Reproductive cells and tissues

Recommended methods of retaining the reproductive function (fertility)

Delayed pregnancy

1What is a woman’s biological clock and ovarian reserve+
It is known that a girl is born with a number of already-formed immature follicles. There are about 2 million. Prior to the onset of puberty, despite the fact that there is no ovulation yet, the girl loses about 11,000 follicles per month. By the end of puberty and the appearance of a regular menstrual cycle in the ovaries about 300,000 - 400,000 follicles are present - this is the original ovarian reserve. From that time until the age of menopause ovaries lose about 1,000 follicles each month. In health ovarian reserve is fully depleted up to 45-50 years of age and menopause occurs (climax). The body carefully selects an egg for ovulation. Monthly about 1,000 follicles are subjected to regression (atresia), ie about 30 per day. From such a huge amount the body chooses 1-2 most "quality" dominant follicles to ovulate and create offspring. Figuratively, the process of atresia of follicles in the ovaries can be called the speed of the biological clock of a women, and in medical language this is the age-depletion of ovarian reserve. Without special examination a woman can not know or feel when her biological clock stopped, which is especially important for those women who have decided to postpone the birth of a child at the age of 25-30 years for the indefinite period. It is impossible to stop the biological clock, as the phenomenon of age-related decline of ovarian reserve does not depend on any hormones production, either by the consumption of the birth control pills, number of pregnancies or lifestyle or diet.
 
2Infertility and ovarian reserve+
Some of the girls and women develop premature depletion of ovarian reserve . Some of them, being able to conceive at 18-25, are not capable of doing so in 35 or even 30 years due to rapid reduction of ovarian follicles. By 35 infertile women make 30% of those who at the age of 18-25 were able to conceive a child. The acute decrease of the number of follicles in the ovaries occurs for various reasons, which are related to the genetic characteristics of an organism, the harmful effects of environmental factors, various diseases of the ovaries (eg, polycystosis), smoking, alcohol, drugs, exposure to toxic substances and pharmaceutical preparations (chemotherapy) or radiation (radiation therapy). It is important to understand that a girl or a woman does not know and can not know the initial state of their ovarian reserve. Some women become infertile after 25 years, and the majority of women give birth to healthy children even after 40. However, those who have lost their fertility up to 30 years of age, at first, do not guess about this. It does not manifest itself, and it turns out only after the woman decided to have a baby, but for a long time the desired pregnancy does not occur. The most important issue for women is "When will she become infertile?” And the determination of the number of follicles in the ovaries, capable to ovulation, and the speed of the decrease of their number with time can help in answering this question.
 
3How to determine ovarian reserve?+
To help in this matter the number of antral follicles in the ovaries can be counted and the levels of anti-muller hormone and estrogen be determined. Counting the number of follicles may be done by means of ultrasonography. Level of anti-muller hormone and estrogen in the blood serum is determined. Based on these data we can judge the state of the ovaries, the level of exhaustion of the ovarian reserve in relation to your age and what your chances and perspectives to get pregnant in the next few years are.
 
4What, if ovarian reserve is being progressively reduced?+
If ovarian reserve is reduced, and you do not plan the birth of a child in the near future, we can effectively retain your ability to birth:
  • To save the ovarian tissue with not yet exhausted reserve of follicles in the cryobank. When you decide to have a child, your ovarian tissue will be removed from Cryobank, defrosted and replanted in your body on the ovary (the function of which by this time may fade away). After it takes hold and begins to ovulate, you can get pregnant, and your natural hormonal background will be restored, the onset of menopause will be delayed.
  • To save the egg or embryo. Later, when you decide to get pregnant, preserved egg is fertilized after defrosting and transplanted in your uterus for pregnancy. Defrosted and viable embryo is transplanted in the prepared uterus at once. If necessary, you can use your saved eggs or embryos in Cryobank for the birth of child by a surrogate mother. Stored in the Cryobank, ovarian tissue can be transplanted only to you and nobody else, otherwise you do not have the identical twin sister.
 
5How to use the methods of fertility preservation?+
To maintain the ability to have children, you need to contact our specialist at (044) 207-9-207 and make an appointment (the first consultation is free). To check the ovarian reserve and to make a collection of the ovarian tissue you can in one of our partner clinics, which experts have extensive experience in the restoration of reproductive health. Also for the evaluation of the ovarian reserve and ovarian tissue collection procedure you can use the services of any other reproductive health clinics. The specialists of our Cryobank will come to it with a special shipping container to deliver the collected ovarian tissue to the laboratory of the Cryobank for the procedure of its cryopreservation and placement in the coldstore in liquid nitrogen at -196 degrees Celsius. The collection of the ovarian tissue is performed laparoscopically. This method has the least number of contraindications and complications. Cryopreservation of the ovarian tissue will not reduce your ability to conceive a child naturally, and will be a reliable policy of "biological insurance" in case when your ovaries with time cease to ovulate normally. In the future, if you will not be able to conceive naturally because of the acute decline or absence of normal ovarian function, your own ovarian tissue, cryopreserved yet when healthy, can help you. Ovarian tissue is extracted from the Cryobank, defrosted and replanted into the body in its natural place of stay (on the ovary or in the place of its anatomical location). Once the tissue begins to take hold and ovulate, you can plan the conception of a child. Conception can occur naturally or through assisted reproductive technologies. The procedure of the reversible transplantation of cryopreserved ovarian tissue should be performed by highly skilled clinicians in the area of reproductive function recovery. These professionals work in our partner hospitals. Also, you can go to any other clinic both in Ukraine and abroad, which owns the experience of the autologous transplantation of ovarian tissue. Cryobank of reproductive cells and tissues of the Institute of Cell Therapy can give you a cryopreserved ovarian tissue in the special shipping vessel with liquid nitrogen, in which you can deliver it to any clinic in Europe, Israel and the United States, where this method has been successfully used for a long time. Institute of Cell Therapy will provide the services of all necessary documents preparation.
 

 
Chemotherapy. MOPP more than 3 cycles (Nitrogen mustard, vincristine, procarbazine, prednisone).There is a very high risk of infertility and long-lasting azoospermia.SelectChemotherapy. MVPP (Nitrogen mustard, vinblastine, prednisone, procarbazine).There is a very high risk of infertility and long-lasting azoospermia.Select
 
Chemotherapy. ChIVPP (chlorambucil, vinblastine, prednisone, procarbazine).There is a very high risk of infertility and long-lasting azoospermia.SelectChemotherapy. ChIVPP / EVA (chlorambucil, vinblastine, prednisone, procarbazine, doxorubicin, vincristine, etoposide).There is a very high risk of infertility and long-lasting azoospermia.Select
 
Chemotherapy. MOPP / ABVD (Nitrogen mustard, vincristine, procarbazine, prednisone, doxorubicin, bleomycin, vinblastine, dacarbazine).There is a very high risk of infertility and long-lasting azoospermia.SelectChemotherapy. COPP / ABVD (cyclophosphamide, vincristine, procarbazine, prednisone, doxorubicin, bleomycin, vinblastine, dacarbazine).High risk of infertility and azoospermia.Select
 
Chemotherapy. Procarbazine in the cumulative dose of higher than or equal to 4 g/m2.There is a very high risk of infertility and long-lasting azoospermia.SelectChemotherapy. Alkylating agent (procarbazine, Nitrogen mustard, cyclophosphamide) plus whole-body, pelvis or testicles irradiation.High risk of infertility and azoospermia.Select
 
Chemotherapy. COPP x 6 cycles (cyclophosphamide, vincristine, procarbazine, prednisone).There is a very high risk of infertility and long-lasting azoospermia.SelectBone marrow transplantation (HSCT).There is a very high risk of infertility and long-lasting azoospermia.Select
 
Chemotherapy. ABVD (doxorubicin, bleomycin, vinblastine, dacarbazine).Low risk of infertility and short-term azoospermia.SelectChemotherapy. OEPA x 2 cycles (vincristine, etoposide, prednisone, doxorubicin).Low risk of infertility and short-term azoospermia.Select
 
Chemotherapy. NOVP (mitoxantrone, vincristine, vinblastine, prednisone).Low risk of infertility and short-term azoospermia.SelectChemotherapy. COP (cyclophosphamide, vincristine, prednisone).Low risk of infertility and short-term azoospermia.Select
 
 
There is a very high risk of infertility and long-lasting azoospermia.

Recommended methods of retaining the reproductive function (fertility)

Preservation of sperm prior to treatment

In order to keep the Cryobank sperm quality, it is necessary to prepare for the procedure. Preparation includes sexual abstinence for 3-7 days (optimally 4 days). Refraining from drinking any beverage containing alcohol, including beer. Not less than 7 days before storing sperm do not have a lot of fried, spicy, salty. 3-5 days before the date does not take sleeping pills, sedatives, and any other hard drugs. If you accept them for health reasons, be sure to tell your doctor.
More details

Saving to Cryobank testicular tissue for (in prepubertal boys aged (12 years)

If you can not get the sperm, for example, boys who have not reached puberty (prepubescent), it is possible to preserve testicular tissue (testis). Testicular tissue cryopreservation in order to get by biopsy (a small incision in the scrotum with a fence while a small portion of testicular tissue) under local or general anesthesia, depending on the age of the patient.
More details

Testicular Sperm Extraction (TECE) (for boys in post-pubertal age (over 12 years)

If a man or boy or impaired ejaculation no sperm in the ejaculate, you can use the method of extraction of sperm from the testicle. The procedure is done under local or general anesthesia. After a small incision in the scrotum is taken a small sample of testicular tissue, which is examined for the presence of sperm, cryopreserve and stored in liquid nitrogen.
More details

Shielding of the testicles from the effect of the radioactive irradiation

Shielding of the testicles from the effect of radioactive irradiation is effective only in the cases of the performance of radiation therapy as the only method of treatment. If chemotherapy drugs, especially those containing alkylating agents, will be administered prior to radiation therapy, simultaneously with it or subsequently, azoospermia (the absence of spermatozoons production by the testicles) may occur.
More details
 
Low risk of infertility and short-term azoospermia.

Recommended methods of retaining the reproductive function (fertility)

Preservation of sperm prior to treatment

In order to keep the Cryobank sperm quality, it is necessary to prepare for the procedure. Preparation includes sexual abstinence for 3-7 days (optimally 4 days). Refraining from drinking any beverage containing alcohol, including beer. Not less than 7 days before storing sperm do not have a lot of fried, spicy, salty. 3-5 days before the date does not take sleeping pills, sedatives, and any other hard drugs. If you accept them for health reasons, be sure to tell your doctor.
More details

Saving to Cryobank testicular tissue for (in prepubertal boys aged (12 years)

If you can not get the sperm, for example, boys who have not reached puberty (prepubescent), it is possible to preserve testicular tissue (testis). Testicular tissue cryopreservation in order to get by biopsy (a small incision in the scrotum with a fence while a small portion of testicular tissue) under local or general anesthesia, depending on the age of the patient.
More details

Testicular Sperm Extraction (TECE) (for boys in post-pubertal age (over 12 years)

If a man or boy or impaired ejaculation no sperm in the ejaculate, you can use the method of extraction of sperm from the testicle. The procedure is done under local or general anesthesia. After a small incision in the scrotum is taken a small sample of testicular tissue, which is examined for the presence of sperm, cryopreserve and stored in liquid nitrogen.
More details
 
There is a very high risk of infertility and long-lasting azoospermia.

Recommended methods of retaining the reproductive function (fertility)

Preservation of sperm prior to treatment

In order to keep the Cryobank sperm quality, it is necessary to prepare for the procedure. Preparation includes sexual abstinence for 3-7 days (optimally 4 days). Refraining from drinking any beverage containing alcohol, including beer. Not less than 7 days before storing sperm do not have a lot of fried, spicy, salty. 3-5 days before the date does not take sleeping pills, sedatives, and any other hard drugs. If you accept them for health reasons, be sure to tell your doctor.
More details

Saving to Cryobank testicular tissue for (in prepubertal boys aged (12 years)

If you can not get the sperm, for example, boys who have not reached puberty (prepubescent), it is possible to preserve testicular tissue (testis). Testicular tissue cryopreservation in order to get by biopsy (a small incision in the scrotum with a fence while a small portion of testicular tissue) under local or general anesthesia, depending on the age of the patient.
More details

Testicular Sperm Extraction (TECE) (for boys in post-pubertal age (over 12 years)

If a man or boy or impaired ejaculation no sperm in the ejaculate, you can use the method of extraction of sperm from the testicle. The procedure is done under local or general anesthesia. After a small incision in the scrotum is taken a small sample of testicular tissue, which is examined for the presence of sperm, cryopreserve and stored in liquid nitrogen.
More details

Shielding of the testicles from the effect of the radioactive irradiation

Shielding of the testicles from the effect of radioactive irradiation is effective only in the cases of the performance of radiation therapy as the only method of treatment. If chemotherapy drugs, especially those containing alkylating agents, will be administered prior to radiation therapy, simultaneously with it or subsequently, azoospermia (the absence of spermatozoons production by the testicles) may occur.
More details
 
Low risk of infertility and short-term azoospermia.

Recommended methods of retaining the reproductive function (fertility)

Preservation of sperm prior to treatment

In order to keep the Cryobank sperm quality, it is necessary to prepare for the procedure. Preparation includes sexual abstinence for 3-7 days (optimally 4 days). Refraining from drinking any beverage containing alcohol, including beer. Not less than 7 days before storing sperm do not have a lot of fried, spicy, salty. 3-5 days before the date does not take sleeping pills, sedatives, and any other hard drugs. If you accept them for health reasons, be sure to tell your doctor.
More details

Saving to Cryobank testicular tissue for (in prepubertal boys aged (12 years)

If you can not get the sperm, for example, boys who have not reached puberty (prepubescent), it is possible to preserve testicular tissue (testis). Testicular tissue cryopreservation in order to get by biopsy (a small incision in the scrotum with a fence while a small portion of testicular tissue) under local or general anesthesia, depending on the age of the patient.
More details

Testicular Sperm Extraction (TECE) (for boys in post-pubertal age (over 12 years)

If a man or boy or impaired ejaculation no sperm in the ejaculate, you can use the method of extraction of sperm from the testicle. The procedure is done under local or general anesthesia. After a small incision in the scrotum is taken a small sample of testicular tissue, which is examined for the presence of sperm, cryopreserve and stored in liquid nitrogen.
More details
 
There is a very high risk of infertility and long-lasting azoospermia.

Recommended methods of retaining the reproductive function (fertility)

Preservation of sperm prior to treatment

In order to keep the Cryobank sperm quality, it is necessary to prepare for the procedure. Preparation includes sexual abstinence for 3-7 days (optimally 4 days). Refraining from drinking any beverage containing alcohol, including beer. Not less than 7 days before storing sperm do not have a lot of fried, spicy, salty. 3-5 days before the date does not take sleeping pills, sedatives, and any other hard drugs. If you accept them for health reasons, be sure to tell your doctor.
More details

Saving to Cryobank testicular tissue for (in prepubertal boys aged (12 years)

If you can not get the sperm, for example, boys who have not reached puberty (prepubescent), it is possible to preserve testicular tissue (testis). Testicular tissue cryopreservation in order to get by biopsy (a small incision in the scrotum with a fence while a small portion of testicular tissue) under local or general anesthesia, depending on the age of the patient.
More details

Testicular Sperm Extraction (TECE) (for boys in post-pubertal age (over 12 years)

If a man or boy or impaired ejaculation no sperm in the ejaculate, you can use the method of extraction of sperm from the testicle. The procedure is done under local or general anesthesia. After a small incision in the scrotum is taken a small sample of testicular tissue, which is examined for the presence of sperm, cryopreserve and stored in liquid nitrogen.
More details

Shielding of the testicles from the effect of the radioactive irradiation

Shielding of the testicles from the effect of radioactive irradiation is effective only in the cases of the performance of radiation therapy as the only method of treatment. If chemotherapy drugs, especially those containing alkylating agents, will be administered prior to radiation therapy, simultaneously with it or subsequently, azoospermia (the absence of spermatozoons production by the testicles) may occur.
More details
 
High risk of infertility and azoospermia.

Recommended methods of retaining the reproductive function (fertility)

Preservation of sperm prior to treatment

In order to keep the Cryobank sperm quality, it is necessary to prepare for the procedure. Preparation includes sexual abstinence for 3-7 days (optimally 4 days). Refraining from drinking any beverage containing alcohol, including beer. Not less than 7 days before storing sperm do not have a lot of fried, spicy, salty. 3-5 days before the date does not take sleeping pills, sedatives, and any other hard drugs. If you accept them for health reasons, be sure to tell your doctor.
More details

Saving to Cryobank testicular tissue for (in prepubertal boys aged (12 years)

If you can not get the sperm, for example, boys who have not reached puberty (prepubescent), it is possible to preserve testicular tissue (testis). Testicular tissue cryopreservation in order to get by biopsy (a small incision in the scrotum with a fence while a small portion of testicular tissue) under local or general anesthesia, depending on the age of the patient.
More details

Testicular Sperm Extraction (TECE) (for boys in post-pubertal age (over 12 years)

If a man or boy or impaired ejaculation no sperm in the ejaculate, you can use the method of extraction of sperm from the testicle. The procedure is done under local or general anesthesia. After a small incision in the scrotum is taken a small sample of testicular tissue, which is examined for the presence of sperm, cryopreserve and stored in liquid nitrogen.
More details

Shielding of the testicles from the effect of the radioactive irradiation

Shielding of the testicles from the effect of radioactive irradiation is effective only in the cases of the performance of radiation therapy as the only method of treatment. If chemotherapy drugs, especially those containing alkylating agents, will be administered prior to radiation therapy, simultaneously with it or subsequently, azoospermia (the absence of spermatozoons production by the testicles) may occur.
More details
 
High risk of infertility and azoospermia.

Recommended methods of retaining the reproductive function (fertility)

Preservation of sperm prior to treatment

In order to keep the Cryobank sperm quality, it is necessary to prepare for the procedure. Preparation includes sexual abstinence for 3-7 days (optimally 4 days). Refraining from drinking any beverage containing alcohol, including beer. Not less than 7 days before storing sperm do not have a lot of fried, spicy, salty. 3-5 days before the date does not take sleeping pills, sedatives, and any other hard drugs. If you accept them for health reasons, be sure to tell your doctor.
More details

Saving to Cryobank testicular tissue for (in prepubertal boys aged (12 years)

If you can not get the sperm, for example, boys who have not reached puberty (prepubescent), it is possible to preserve testicular tissue (testis). Testicular tissue cryopreservation in order to get by biopsy (a small incision in the scrotum with a fence while a small portion of testicular tissue) under local or general anesthesia, depending on the age of the patient.
More details

Testicular Sperm Extraction (TECE) (for boys in post-pubertal age (over 12 years)

If a man or boy or impaired ejaculation no sperm in the ejaculate, you can use the method of extraction of sperm from the testicle. The procedure is done under local or general anesthesia. After a small incision in the scrotum is taken a small sample of testicular tissue, which is examined for the presence of sperm, cryopreserve and stored in liquid nitrogen.
More details
 
There is a very high risk of infertility and long-lasting azoospermia.

Recommended methods of retaining the reproductive function (fertility)

Preservation of sperm prior to treatment

In order to keep the Cryobank sperm quality, it is necessary to prepare for the procedure. Preparation includes sexual abstinence for 3-7 days (optimally 4 days). Refraining from drinking any beverage containing alcohol, including beer. Not less than 7 days before storing sperm do not have a lot of fried, spicy, salty. 3-5 days before the date does not take sleeping pills, sedatives, and any other hard drugs. If you accept them for health reasons, be sure to tell your doctor.
More details

Saving to Cryobank testicular tissue for (in prepubertal boys aged (12 years)

If you can not get the sperm, for example, boys who have not reached puberty (prepubescent), it is possible to preserve testicular tissue (testis). Testicular tissue cryopreservation in order to get by biopsy (a small incision in the scrotum with a fence while a small portion of testicular tissue) under local or general anesthesia, depending on the age of the patient.
More details

Testicular Sperm Extraction (TECE) (for boys in post-pubertal age (over 12 years)

If a man or boy or impaired ejaculation no sperm in the ejaculate, you can use the method of extraction of sperm from the testicle. The procedure is done under local or general anesthesia. After a small incision in the scrotum is taken a small sample of testicular tissue, which is examined for the presence of sperm, cryopreserve and stored in liquid nitrogen.
More details
 
Low risk of infertility and short-term azoospermia.

Recommended methods of retaining the reproductive function (fertility)

Preservation of sperm prior to treatment

In order to keep the Cryobank sperm quality, it is necessary to prepare for the procedure. Preparation includes sexual abstinence for 3-7 days (optimally 4 days). Refraining from drinking any beverage containing alcohol, including beer. Not less than 7 days before storing sperm do not have a lot of fried, spicy, salty. 3-5 days before the date does not take sleeping pills, sedatives, and any other hard drugs. If you accept them for health reasons, be sure to tell your doctor.
More details

Saving to Cryobank testicular tissue for (in prepubertal boys aged (12 years)

If you can not get the sperm, for example, boys who have not reached puberty (prepubescent), it is possible to preserve testicular tissue (testis). Testicular tissue cryopreservation in order to get by biopsy (a small incision in the scrotum with a fence while a small portion of testicular tissue) under local or general anesthesia, depending on the age of the patient.
More details

Testicular Sperm Extraction (TECE) (for boys in post-pubertal age (over 12 years)

If a man or boy or impaired ejaculation no sperm in the ejaculate, you can use the method of extraction of sperm from the testicle. The procedure is done under local or general anesthesia. After a small incision in the scrotum is taken a small sample of testicular tissue, which is examined for the presence of sperm, cryopreserve and stored in liquid nitrogen.
More details
 
There is a very high risk of infertility and long-lasting azoospermia.

Recommended methods of retaining the reproductive function (fertility)

Preservation of sperm prior to treatment

In order to keep the Cryobank sperm quality, it is necessary to prepare for the procedure. Preparation includes sexual abstinence for 3-7 days (optimally 4 days). Refraining from drinking any beverage containing alcohol, including beer. Not less than 7 days before storing sperm do not have a lot of fried, spicy, salty. 3-5 days before the date does not take sleeping pills, sedatives, and any other hard drugs. If you accept them for health reasons, be sure to tell your doctor.
More details

Saving to Cryobank testicular tissue for (in prepubertal boys aged (12 years)

If you can not get the sperm, for example, boys who have not reached puberty (prepubescent), it is possible to preserve testicular tissue (testis). Testicular tissue cryopreservation in order to get by biopsy (a small incision in the scrotum with a fence while a small portion of testicular tissue) under local or general anesthesia, depending on the age of the patient.
More details

Testicular Sperm Extraction (TECE) (for boys in post-pubertal age (over 12 years)

If a man or boy or impaired ejaculation no sperm in the ejaculate, you can use the method of extraction of sperm from the testicle. The procedure is done under local or general anesthesia. After a small incision in the scrotum is taken a small sample of testicular tissue, which is examined for the presence of sperm, cryopreserve and stored in liquid nitrogen.
More details
 
There is a very high risk of infertility and long-lasting azoospermia.

Recommended methods of retaining the reproductive function (fertility)

Preservation of sperm prior to treatment

In order to keep the Cryobank sperm quality, it is necessary to prepare for the procedure. Preparation includes sexual abstinence for 3-7 days (optimally 4 days). Refraining from drinking any beverage containing alcohol, including beer. Not less than 7 days before storing sperm do not have a lot of fried, spicy, salty. 3-5 days before the date does not take sleeping pills, sedatives, and any other hard drugs. If you accept them for health reasons, be sure to tell your doctor.
More details

Saving to Cryobank testicular tissue for (in prepubertal boys aged (12 years)

If you can not get the sperm, for example, boys who have not reached puberty (prepubescent), it is possible to preserve testicular tissue (testis). Testicular tissue cryopreservation in order to get by biopsy (a small incision in the scrotum with a fence while a small portion of testicular tissue) under local or general anesthesia, depending on the age of the patient.
More details

Testicular Sperm Extraction (TECE) (for boys in post-pubertal age (over 12 years)

If a man or boy or impaired ejaculation no sperm in the ejaculate, you can use the method of extraction of sperm from the testicle. The procedure is done under local or general anesthesia. After a small incision in the scrotum is taken a small sample of testicular tissue, which is examined for the presence of sperm, cryopreserve and stored in liquid nitrogen.
More details
 
Low risk of infertility and short-term azoospermia.

Recommended methods of retaining the reproductive function (fertility)

Saving to Cryobank testicular tissue for (in prepubertal boys aged (12 years)

If you can not get the sperm, for example, boys who have not reached puberty (prepubescent), it is possible to preserve testicular tissue (testis). Testicular tissue cryopreservation in order to get by biopsy (a small incision in the scrotum with a fence while a small portion of testicular tissue) under local or general anesthesia, depending on the age of the patient.
More details

Testicular Sperm Extraction (TECE) (for boys in post-pubertal age (over 12 years)

If a man or boy or impaired ejaculation no sperm in the ejaculate, you can use the method of extraction of sperm from the testicle. The procedure is done under local or general anesthesia. After a small incision in the scrotum is taken a small sample of testicular tissue, which is examined for the presence of sperm, cryopreserve and stored in liquid nitrogen.
More details
 
Low risk of infertility and short-term azoospermia.

Recommended methods of retaining the reproductive function (fertility)

Preservation of sperm prior to treatment

In order to keep the Cryobank sperm quality, it is necessary to prepare for the procedure. Preparation includes sexual abstinence for 3-7 days (optimally 4 days). Refraining from drinking any beverage containing alcohol, including beer. Not less than 7 days before storing sperm do not have a lot of fried, spicy, salty. 3-5 days before the date does not take sleeping pills, sedatives, and any other hard drugs. If you accept them for health reasons, be sure to tell your doctor.
More details

Saving to Cryobank testicular tissue for (in prepubertal boys aged (12 years)

If you can not get the sperm, for example, boys who have not reached puberty (prepubescent), it is possible to preserve testicular tissue (testis). Testicular tissue cryopreservation in order to get by biopsy (a small incision in the scrotum with a fence while a small portion of testicular tissue) under local or general anesthesia, depending on the age of the patient.
More details

Testicular Sperm Extraction (TECE) (for boys in post-pubertal age (over 12 years)

If a man or boy or impaired ejaculation no sperm in the ejaculate, you can use the method of extraction of sperm from the testicle. The procedure is done under local or general anesthesia. After a small incision in the scrotum is taken a small sample of testicular tissue, which is examined for the presence of sperm, cryopreserve and stored in liquid nitrogen.
More details
 
There is a very high risk of infertility and long-lasting azoospermia.

Recommended methods of retaining the reproductive function (fertility)

Preservation of sperm prior to treatment

In order to keep the Cryobank sperm quality, it is necessary to prepare for the procedure. Preparation includes sexual abstinence for 3-7 days (optimally 4 days). Refraining from drinking any beverage containing alcohol, including beer. Not less than 7 days before storing sperm do not have a lot of fried, spicy, salty. 3-5 days before the date does not take sleeping pills, sedatives, and any other hard drugs. If you accept them for health reasons, be sure to tell your doctor.
More details

Saving to Cryobank testicular tissue for (in prepubertal boys aged (12 years)

If you can not get the sperm, for example, boys who have not reached puberty (prepubescent), it is possible to preserve testicular tissue (testis). Testicular tissue cryopreservation in order to get by biopsy (a small incision in the scrotum with a fence while a small portion of testicular tissue) under local or general anesthesia, depending on the age of the patient.
More details

Testicular Sperm Extraction (TECE) (for boys in post-pubertal age (over 12 years)

If a man or boy or impaired ejaculation no sperm in the ejaculate, you can use the method of extraction of sperm from the testicle. The procedure is done under local or general anesthesia. After a small incision in the scrotum is taken a small sample of testicular tissue, which is examined for the presence of sperm, cryopreserve and stored in liquid nitrogen.
More details

Shielding of the testicles from the effect of the radioactive irradiation

Shielding of the testicles from the effect of radioactive irradiation is effective only in the cases of the performance of radiation therapy as the only method of treatment. If chemotherapy drugs, especially those containing alkylating agents, will be administered prior to radiation therapy, simultaneously with it or subsequently, azoospermia (the absence of spermatozoons production by the testicles) may occur.
More details
 
The average risk of infertility and long-lasting azoospermia.

Recommended methods of retaining the reproductive function (fertility)

Preservation of sperm prior to treatment

In order to keep the Cryobank sperm quality, it is necessary to prepare for the procedure. Preparation includes sexual abstinence for 3-7 days (optimally 4 days). Refraining from drinking any beverage containing alcohol, including beer. Not less than 7 days before storing sperm do not have a lot of fried, spicy, salty. 3-5 days before the date does not take sleeping pills, sedatives, and any other hard drugs. If you accept them for health reasons, be sure to tell your doctor.
More details

Saving to Cryobank testicular tissue for (in prepubertal boys aged (12 years)

If you can not get the sperm, for example, boys who have not reached puberty (prepubescent), it is possible to preserve testicular tissue (testis). Testicular tissue cryopreservation in order to get by biopsy (a small incision in the scrotum with a fence while a small portion of testicular tissue) under local or general anesthesia, depending on the age of the patient.
More details

Testicular Sperm Extraction (TECE) (for boys in post-pubertal age (over 12 years)

If a man or boy or impaired ejaculation no sperm in the ejaculate, you can use the method of extraction of sperm from the testicle. The procedure is done under local or general anesthesia. After a small incision in the scrotum is taken a small sample of testicular tissue, which is examined for the presence of sperm, cryopreserve and stored in liquid nitrogen.
More details
 
The average risk of infertility and long-lasting azoospermia.

Recommended methods of retaining the reproductive function (fertility)

Preservation of sperm prior to treatment

In order to keep the Cryobank sperm quality, it is necessary to prepare for the procedure. Preparation includes sexual abstinence for 3-7 days (optimally 4 days). Refraining from drinking any beverage containing alcohol, including beer. Not less than 7 days before storing sperm do not have a lot of fried, spicy, salty. 3-5 days before the date does not take sleeping pills, sedatives, and any other hard drugs. If you accept them for health reasons, be sure to tell your doctor.
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Saving to Cryobank testicular tissue for (in prepubertal boys aged (12 years)

If you can not get the sperm, for example, boys who have not reached puberty (prepubescent), it is possible to preserve testicular tissue (testis). Testicular tissue cryopreservation in order to get by biopsy (a small incision in the scrotum with a fence while a small portion of testicular tissue) under local or general anesthesia, depending on the age of the patient.
More details

Testicular Sperm Extraction (TECE) (for boys in post-pubertal age (over 12 years)

If a man or boy or impaired ejaculation no sperm in the ejaculate, you can use the method of extraction of sperm from the testicle. The procedure is done under local or general anesthesia. After a small incision in the scrotum is taken a small sample of testicular tissue, which is examined for the presence of sperm, cryopreserve and stored in liquid nitrogen.
More details
 
High risk of infertility and azoospermia.

Recommended methods of retaining the reproductive function (fertility)

Preservation of sperm prior to treatment

In order to keep the Cryobank sperm quality, it is necessary to prepare for the procedure. Preparation includes sexual abstinence for 3-7 days (optimally 4 days). Refraining from drinking any beverage containing alcohol, including beer. Not less than 7 days before storing sperm do not have a lot of fried, spicy, salty. 3-5 days before the date does not take sleeping pills, sedatives, and any other hard drugs. If you accept them for health reasons, be sure to tell your doctor.
More details

Saving to Cryobank testicular tissue for (in prepubertal boys aged (12 years)

If you can not get the sperm, for example, boys who have not reached puberty (prepubescent), it is possible to preserve testicular tissue (testis). Testicular tissue cryopreservation in order to get by biopsy (a small incision in the scrotum with a fence while a small portion of testicular tissue) under local or general anesthesia, depending on the age of the patient.
More details

Testicular Sperm Extraction (TECE) (for boys in post-pubertal age (over 12 years)

If a man or boy or impaired ejaculation no sperm in the ejaculate, you can use the method of extraction of sperm from the testicle. The procedure is done under local or general anesthesia. After a small incision in the scrotum is taken a small sample of testicular tissue, which is examined for the presence of sperm, cryopreserve and stored in liquid nitrogen.
More details
 
High risk of infertility and azoospermia.

Recommended methods of retaining the reproductive function (fertility)

Preservation of sperm prior to treatment

In order to keep the Cryobank sperm quality, it is necessary to prepare for the procedure. Preparation includes sexual abstinence for 3-7 days (optimally 4 days). Refraining from drinking any beverage containing alcohol, including beer. Not less than 7 days before storing sperm do not have a lot of fried, spicy, salty. 3-5 days before the date does not take sleeping pills, sedatives, and any other hard drugs. If you accept them for health reasons, be sure to tell your doctor.
More details

Saving to Cryobank testicular tissue for (in prepubertal boys aged (12 years)

If you can not get the sperm, for example, boys who have not reached puberty (prepubescent), it is possible to preserve testicular tissue (testis). Testicular tissue cryopreservation in order to get by biopsy (a small incision in the scrotum with a fence while a small portion of testicular tissue) under local or general anesthesia, depending on the age of the patient.
More details

Testicular Sperm Extraction (TECE) (for boys in post-pubertal age (over 12 years)

If a man or boy or impaired ejaculation no sperm in the ejaculate, you can use the method of extraction of sperm from the testicle. The procedure is done under local or general anesthesia. After a small incision in the scrotum is taken a small sample of testicular tissue, which is examined for the presence of sperm, cryopreserve and stored in liquid nitrogen.
More details
 

Recommended methods of retaining the reproductive function (fertility)

Preservation of sperm prior to treatment

In order to keep the Cryobank sperm quality, it is necessary to prepare for the procedure. Preparation includes sexual abstinence for 3-7 days (optimally 4 days). Refraining from drinking any beverage containing alcohol, including beer. Not less than 7 days before storing sperm do not have a lot of fried, spicy, salty. 3-5 days before the date does not take sleeping pills, sedatives, and any other hard drugs. If you accept them for health reasons, be sure to tell your doctor.
More details

Saving to Cryobank testicular tissue for (in prepubertal boys aged (12 years)

If you can not get the sperm, for example, boys who have not reached puberty (prepubescent), it is possible to preserve testicular tissue (testis). Testicular tissue cryopreservation in order to get by biopsy (a small incision in the scrotum with a fence while a small portion of testicular tissue) under local or general anesthesia, depending on the age of the patient.
More details

Testicular Sperm Extraction (TECE) (for boys in post-pubertal age (over 12 years)

If a man or boy or impaired ejaculation no sperm in the ejaculate, you can use the method of extraction of sperm from the testicle. The procedure is done under local or general anesthesia. After a small incision in the scrotum is taken a small sample of testicular tissue, which is examined for the presence of sperm, cryopreserve and stored in liquid nitrogen.
More details
 
High risk of infertility and azoospermia.

Recommended methods of retaining the reproductive function (fertility)

Preservation of sperm prior to treatment

In order to keep the Cryobank sperm quality, it is necessary to prepare for the procedure. Preparation includes sexual abstinence for 3-7 days (optimally 4 days). Refraining from drinking any beverage containing alcohol, including beer. Not less than 7 days before storing sperm do not have a lot of fried, spicy, salty. 3-5 days before the date does not take sleeping pills, sedatives, and any other hard drugs. If you accept them for health reasons, be sure to tell your doctor.
More details

Saving to Cryobank testicular tissue for (in prepubertal boys aged (12 years)

If you can not get the sperm, for example, boys who have not reached puberty (prepubescent), it is possible to preserve testicular tissue (testis). Testicular tissue cryopreservation in order to get by biopsy (a small incision in the scrotum with a fence while a small portion of testicular tissue) under local or general anesthesia, depending on the age of the patient.
More details

Testicular Sperm Extraction (TECE) (for boys in post-pubertal age (over 12 years)

If a man or boy or impaired ejaculation no sperm in the ejaculate, you can use the method of extraction of sperm from the testicle. The procedure is done under local or general anesthesia. After a small incision in the scrotum is taken a small sample of testicular tissue, which is examined for the presence of sperm, cryopreserve and stored in liquid nitrogen.
More details

Shielding of the testicles from the effect of the radioactive irradiation

Shielding of the testicles from the effect of radioactive irradiation is effective only in the cases of the performance of radiation therapy as the only method of treatment. If chemotherapy drugs, especially those containing alkylating agents, will be administered prior to radiation therapy, simultaneously with it or subsequently, azoospermia (the absence of spermatozoons production by the testicles) may occur.
More details
 
The average risk of infertility and long-lasting azoospermia.

Recommended methods of retaining the reproductive function (fertility)

Preservation of sperm prior to treatment

In order to keep the Cryobank sperm quality, it is necessary to prepare for the procedure. Preparation includes sexual abstinence for 3-7 days (optimally 4 days). Refraining from drinking any beverage containing alcohol, including beer. Not less than 7 days before storing sperm do not have a lot of fried, spicy, salty. 3-5 days before the date does not take sleeping pills, sedatives, and any other hard drugs. If you accept them for health reasons, be sure to tell your doctor.
More details

Saving to Cryobank testicular tissue for (in prepubertal boys aged (12 years)

If you can not get the sperm, for example, boys who have not reached puberty (prepubescent), it is possible to preserve testicular tissue (testis). Testicular tissue cryopreservation in order to get by biopsy (a small incision in the scrotum with a fence while a small portion of testicular tissue) under local or general anesthesia, depending on the age of the patient.
More details

Testicular Sperm Extraction (TECE) (for boys in post-pubertal age (over 12 years)

If a man or boy or impaired ejaculation no sperm in the ejaculate, you can use the method of extraction of sperm from the testicle. The procedure is done under local or general anesthesia. After a small incision in the scrotum is taken a small sample of testicular tissue, which is examined for the presence of sperm, cryopreserve and stored in liquid nitrogen.
More details

Shielding of the testicles from the effect of the radioactive irradiation

Shielding of the testicles from the effect of radioactive irradiation is effective only in the cases of the performance of radiation therapy as the only method of treatment. If chemotherapy drugs, especially those containing alkylating agents, will be administered prior to radiation therapy, simultaneously with it or subsequently, azoospermia (the absence of spermatozoons production by the testicles) may occur.
More details
 
Low risk of infertility and short-term azoospermia.

Recommended methods of retaining the reproductive function (fertility)

Preservation of sperm prior to treatment

In order to keep the Cryobank sperm quality, it is necessary to prepare for the procedure. Preparation includes sexual abstinence for 3-7 days (optimally 4 days). Refraining from drinking any beverage containing alcohol, including beer. Not less than 7 days before storing sperm do not have a lot of fried, spicy, salty. 3-5 days before the date does not take sleeping pills, sedatives, and any other hard drugs. If you accept them for health reasons, be sure to tell your doctor.
More details

Saving to Cryobank testicular tissue for (in prepubertal boys aged (12 years)

If you can not get the sperm, for example, boys who have not reached puberty (prepubescent), it is possible to preserve testicular tissue (testis). Testicular tissue cryopreservation in order to get by biopsy (a small incision in the scrotum with a fence while a small portion of testicular tissue) under local or general anesthesia, depending on the age of the patient.
More details

Testicular Sperm Extraction (TECE) (for boys in post-pubertal age (over 12 years)

If a man or boy or impaired ejaculation no sperm in the ejaculate, you can use the method of extraction of sperm from the testicle. The procedure is done under local or general anesthesia. After a small incision in the scrotum is taken a small sample of testicular tissue, which is examined for the presence of sperm, cryopreserve and stored in liquid nitrogen.
More details

Shielding of the testicles from the effect of the radioactive irradiation

Shielding of the testicles from the effect of radioactive irradiation is effective only in the cases of the performance of radiation therapy as the only method of treatment. If chemotherapy drugs, especially those containing alkylating agents, will be administered prior to radiation therapy, simultaneously with it or subsequently, azoospermia (the absence of spermatozoons production by the testicles) may occur.
More details
 
There is a very high risk of infertility and long-lasting azoospermia.

Recommended methods of retaining the reproductive function (fertility)

Preservation of sperm prior to treatment

In order to keep the Cryobank sperm quality, it is necessary to prepare for the procedure. Preparation includes sexual abstinence for 3-7 days (optimally 4 days). Refraining from drinking any beverage containing alcohol, including beer. Not less than 7 days before storing sperm do not have a lot of fried, spicy, salty. 3-5 days before the date does not take sleeping pills, sedatives, and any other hard drugs. If you accept them for health reasons, be sure to tell your doctor.
More details

Saving to Cryobank testicular tissue for (in prepubertal boys aged (12 years)

If you can not get the sperm, for example, boys who have not reached puberty (prepubescent), it is possible to preserve testicular tissue (testis). Testicular tissue cryopreservation in order to get by biopsy (a small incision in the scrotum with a fence while a small portion of testicular tissue) under local or general anesthesia, depending on the age of the patient.
More details

Testicular Sperm Extraction (TECE) (for boys in post-pubertal age (over 12 years)

If a man or boy or impaired ejaculation no sperm in the ejaculate, you can use the method of extraction of sperm from the testicle. The procedure is done under local or general anesthesia. After a small incision in the scrotum is taken a small sample of testicular tissue, which is examined for the presence of sperm, cryopreserve and stored in liquid nitrogen.
More details

Shielding of the testicles from the effect of the radioactive irradiation

Shielding of the testicles from the effect of radioactive irradiation is effective only in the cases of the performance of radiation therapy as the only method of treatment. If chemotherapy drugs, especially those containing alkylating agents, will be administered prior to radiation therapy, simultaneously with it or subsequently, azoospermia (the absence of spermatozoons production by the testicles) may occur.
More details
 
There is a very high risk of infertility and long-lasting azoospermia.

Recommended methods of retaining the reproductive function (fertility)

Preservation of sperm prior to treatment

In order to keep the Cryobank sperm quality, it is necessary to prepare for the procedure. Preparation includes sexual abstinence for 3-7 days (optimally 4 days). Refraining from drinking any beverage containing alcohol, including beer. Not less than 7 days before storing sperm do not have a lot of fried, spicy, salty. 3-5 days before the date does not take sleeping pills, sedatives, and any other hard drugs. If you accept them for health reasons, be sure to tell your doctor.
More details

Saving to Cryobank testicular tissue for (in prepubertal boys aged (12 years)

If you can not get the sperm, for example, boys who have not reached puberty (prepubescent), it is possible to preserve testicular tissue (testis). Testicular tissue cryopreservation in order to get by biopsy (a small incision in the scrotum with a fence while a small portion of testicular tissue) under local or general anesthesia, depending on the age of the patient.
More details

Testicular Sperm Extraction (TECE) (for boys in post-pubertal age (over 12 years)

If a man or boy or impaired ejaculation no sperm in the ejaculate, you can use the method of extraction of sperm from the testicle. The procedure is done under local or general anesthesia. After a small incision in the scrotum is taken a small sample of testicular tissue, which is examined for the presence of sperm, cryopreserve and stored in liquid nitrogen.
More details

Shielding of the testicles from the effect of the radioactive irradiation

Shielding of the testicles from the effect of radioactive irradiation is effective only in the cases of the performance of radiation therapy as the only method of treatment. If chemotherapy drugs, especially those containing alkylating agents, will be administered prior to radiation therapy, simultaneously with it or subsequently, azoospermia (the absence of spermatozoons production by the testicles) may occur.
More details
 
High risk of infertility and azoospermia.

Recommended methods of retaining the reproductive function (fertility)

Preservation of sperm prior to treatment

In order to keep the Cryobank sperm quality, it is necessary to prepare for the procedure. Preparation includes sexual abstinence for 3-7 days (optimally 4 days). Refraining from drinking any beverage containing alcohol, including beer. Not less than 7 days before storing sperm do not have a lot of fried, spicy, salty. 3-5 days before the date does not take sleeping pills, sedatives, and any other hard drugs. If you accept them for health reasons, be sure to tell your doctor.
More details

Saving to Cryobank testicular tissue for (in prepubertal boys aged (12 years)

If you can not get the sperm, for example, boys who have not reached puberty (prepubescent), it is possible to preserve testicular tissue (testis). Testicular tissue cryopreservation in order to get by biopsy (a small incision in the scrotum with a fence while a small portion of testicular tissue) under local or general anesthesia, depending on the age of the patient.
More details

Testicular Sperm Extraction (TECE) (for boys in post-pubertal age (over 12 years)

If a man or boy or impaired ejaculation no sperm in the ejaculate, you can use the method of extraction of sperm from the testicle. The procedure is done under local or general anesthesia. After a small incision in the scrotum is taken a small sample of testicular tissue, which is examined for the presence of sperm, cryopreserve and stored in liquid nitrogen.
More details

Shielding of the testicles from the effect of the radioactive irradiation

Shielding of the testicles from the effect of radioactive irradiation is effective only in the cases of the performance of radiation therapy as the only method of treatment. If chemotherapy drugs, especially those containing alkylating agents, will be administered prior to radiation therapy, simultaneously with it or subsequently, azoospermia (the absence of spermatozoons production by the testicles) may occur.
More details
 
There is a very high risk of infertility and long-lasting azoospermia.

Recommended methods of retaining the reproductive function (fertility)

Preservation of sperm prior to treatment

In order to keep the Cryobank sperm quality, it is necessary to prepare for the procedure. Preparation includes sexual abstinence for 3-7 days (optimally 4 days). Refraining from drinking any beverage containing alcohol, including beer. Not less than 7 days before storing sperm do not have a lot of fried, spicy, salty. 3-5 days before the date does not take sleeping pills, sedatives, and any other hard drugs. If you accept them for health reasons, be sure to tell your doctor.
More details

Saving to Cryobank testicular tissue for (in prepubertal boys aged (12 years)

If you can not get the sperm, for example, boys who have not reached puberty (prepubescent), it is possible to preserve testicular tissue (testis). Testicular tissue cryopreservation in order to get by biopsy (a small incision in the scrotum with a fence while a small portion of testicular tissue) under local or general anesthesia, depending on the age of the patient.
More details

Testicular Sperm Extraction (TECE) (for boys in post-pubertal age (over 12 years)

If a man or boy or impaired ejaculation no sperm in the ejaculate, you can use the method of extraction of sperm from the testicle. The procedure is done under local or general anesthesia. After a small incision in the scrotum is taken a small sample of testicular tissue, which is examined for the presence of sperm, cryopreserve and stored in liquid nitrogen.
More details
 
There is a very high risk of infertility and long-lasting azoospermia.

Recommended methods of retaining the reproductive function (fertility)

Preservation of sperm prior to treatment

In order to keep the Cryobank sperm quality, it is necessary to prepare for the procedure. Preparation includes sexual abstinence for 3-7 days (optimally 4 days). Refraining from drinking any beverage containing alcohol, including beer. Not less than 7 days before storing sperm do not have a lot of fried, spicy, salty. 3-5 days before the date does not take sleeping pills, sedatives, and any other hard drugs. If you accept them for health reasons, be sure to tell your doctor.
More details

Saving to Cryobank testicular tissue for (in prepubertal boys aged (12 years)

If you can not get the sperm, for example, boys who have not reached puberty (prepubescent), it is possible to preserve testicular tissue (testis). Testicular tissue cryopreservation in order to get by biopsy (a small incision in the scrotum with a fence while a small portion of testicular tissue) under local or general anesthesia, depending on the age of the patient.
More details

Testicular Sperm Extraction (TECE) (for boys in post-pubertal age (over 12 years)

If a man or boy or impaired ejaculation no sperm in the ejaculate, you can use the method of extraction of sperm from the testicle. The procedure is done under local or general anesthesia. After a small incision in the scrotum is taken a small sample of testicular tissue, which is examined for the presence of sperm, cryopreserve and stored in liquid nitrogen.
More details

Shielding of the testicles from the effect of the radioactive irradiation

Shielding of the testicles from the effect of radioactive irradiation is effective only in the cases of the performance of radiation therapy as the only method of treatment. If chemotherapy drugs, especially those containing alkylating agents, will be administered prior to radiation therapy, simultaneously with it or subsequently, azoospermia (the absence of spermatozoons production by the testicles) may occur.
More details
 
Low risk of infertility and short-term azoospermia.

Recommended methods of retaining the reproductive function (fertility)

Preservation of sperm prior to treatment

In order to keep the Cryobank sperm quality, it is necessary to prepare for the procedure. Preparation includes sexual abstinence for 3-7 days (optimally 4 days). Refraining from drinking any beverage containing alcohol, including beer. Not less than 7 days before storing sperm do not have a lot of fried, spicy, salty. 3-5 days before the date does not take sleeping pills, sedatives, and any other hard drugs. If you accept them for health reasons, be sure to tell your doctor.
More details

Saving to Cryobank testicular tissue for (in prepubertal boys aged (12 years)

If you can not get the sperm, for example, boys who have not reached puberty (prepubescent), it is possible to preserve testicular tissue (testis). Testicular tissue cryopreservation in order to get by biopsy (a small incision in the scrotum with a fence while a small portion of testicular tissue) under local or general anesthesia, depending on the age of the patient.
More details

Testicular Sperm Extraction (TECE) (for boys in post-pubertal age (over 12 years)

If a man or boy or impaired ejaculation no sperm in the ejaculate, you can use the method of extraction of sperm from the testicle. The procedure is done under local or general anesthesia. After a small incision in the scrotum is taken a small sample of testicular tissue, which is examined for the presence of sperm, cryopreserve and stored in liquid nitrogen.
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If the disease is detected at later stages, in addition to surgical removal of the uterus the appointment of radiation therapy or chemotherapy may be required, which can seriously alter ovarian function.

Recommended methods of retaining the reproductive function (fertility)

Ovarial tissue crypreservation

Cryopreservation of ovarian tissue is an effective method of preserving the ability to have own children and to restore the hormonal function of ovaries after recovery.
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The risk of amenorrhoea is 33%.

Recommended methods of retaining the reproductive function (fertility)

Ovarial tissue crypreservation

Cryopreservation of ovarian tissue is an effective method of preserving the ability to have own children and to restore the hormonal function of ovaries after recovery.
More details

The preservation of the fertilized oocytes (embryos)

This is the most effective way to preserve the ability to give birth to the own child, also by the surrogate mather (if pregnancy is contraindicated for you due to the condition of health). The procedure is performed, when the preservation of the ovarial tissue is contraindicated because of the affection by tumour, metastasis or due to the high risk of metastisis into the ovaries.
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The preservation of the mature oocytes

The procedure is performed, when the preservation of th ovarian tissue is contraindicated due to the affection by the tumor, metastasis or the high risk of metastasis into the ovaries. The criterias of the conduction of this procedure:
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The use of gonadotropin-realising hormone (GnRHa) agonists

The protective effect of GnRHa is very controversial and doubtful. However, the treatment with GnRHa can be used as the accompanying one for the women (with the exception of hematopoietic stem cell transplantation), if other options are unavailable. The girls of prepubertal age: cryoconservation of ovarian tissue is the only available method in the case of a high risk of the loss of fertility.
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Do not damage fertility, but there are no comprehensive data on the effects of these drugs on the reproductive potential. Risk of loss of fertility is low.

Recommended methods of retaining the reproductive function (fertility)

Ovarial tissue crypreservation

Cryopreservation of ovarian tissue is an effective method of preserving the ability to have own children and to restore the hormonal function of ovaries after recovery.
More details

The preservation of the fertilized oocytes (embryos)

This is the most effective way to preserve the ability to give birth to the own child, also by the surrogate mather (if pregnancy is contraindicated for you due to the condition of health). The procedure is performed, when the preservation of the ovarial tissue is contraindicated because of the affection by tumour, metastasis or due to the high risk of metastisis into the ovaries.
More details

The preservation of the mature oocytes

The procedure is performed, when the preservation of th ovarian tissue is contraindicated due to the affection by the tumor, metastasis or the high risk of metastasis into the ovaries. The criterias of the conduction of this procedure:
More details

The use of gonadotropin-realising hormone (GnRHa) agonists

The protective effect of GnRHa is very controversial and doubtful. However, the treatment with GnRHa can be used as the accompanying one for the women (with the exception of hematopoietic stem cell transplantation), if other options are unavailable. The girls of prepubertal age: cryoconservation of ovarian tissue is the only available method in the case of a high risk of the loss of fertility.
More details
 
The risk of amenorrhoea is 33%.

Recommended methods of retaining the reproductive function (fertility)

Ovarial tissue crypreservation

Cryopreservation of ovarian tissue is an effective method of preserving the ability to have own children and to restore the hormonal function of ovaries after recovery.
More details

The preservation of the fertilized oocytes (embryos)

This is the most effective way to preserve the ability to give birth to the own child, also by the surrogate mather (if pregnancy is contraindicated for you due to the condition of health). The procedure is performed, when the preservation of the ovarial tissue is contraindicated because of the affection by tumour, metastasis or due to the high risk of metastisis into the ovaries.
More details

The preservation of the mature oocytes

The procedure is performed, when the preservation of th ovarian tissue is contraindicated due to the affection by the tumor, metastasis or the high risk of metastasis into the ovaries. The criterias of the conduction of this procedure:
More details

The use of gonadotropin-realising hormone (GnRHa) agonists

The protective effect of GnRHa is very controversial and doubtful. However, the treatment with GnRHa can be used as the accompanying one for the women (with the exception of hematopoietic stem cell transplantation), if other options are unavailable. The girls of prepubertal age: cryoconservation of ovarian tissue is the only available method in the case of a high risk of the loss of fertility.
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Amenorrhea occurs in 50-65% of women.

Recommended methods of retaining the reproductive function (fertility)

Ovarial tissue crypreservation

Cryopreservation of ovarian tissue is an effective method of preserving the ability to have own children and to restore the hormonal function of ovaries after recovery.
More details

The preservation of the fertilized oocytes (embryos)

This is the most effective way to preserve the ability to give birth to the own child, also by the surrogate mather (if pregnancy is contraindicated for you due to the condition of health). The procedure is performed, when the preservation of the ovarial tissue is contraindicated because of the affection by tumour, metastasis or due to the high risk of metastisis into the ovaries.
More details

The preservation of the mature oocytes

The procedure is performed, when the preservation of th ovarian tissue is contraindicated due to the affection by the tumor, metastasis or the high risk of metastasis into the ovaries. The criterias of the conduction of this procedure:
More details

The use of gonadotropin-realising hormone (GnRHa) agonists

The protective effect of GnRHa is very controversial and doubtful. However, the treatment with GnRHa can be used as the accompanying one for the women (with the exception of hematopoietic stem cell transplantation), if other options are unavailable. The girls of prepubertal age: cryoconservation of ovarian tissue is the only available method in the case of a high risk of the loss of fertility.
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Can damage the reproductive function and cause infertility.

Recommended methods of retaining the reproductive function (fertility)

Ovarial tissue crypreservation

Cryopreservation of ovarian tissue is an effective method of preserving the ability to have own children and to restore the hormonal function of ovaries after recovery.
More details
 
Amenorrhea occurs in 50-65% of women.

Recommended methods of retaining the reproductive function (fertility)

Ovarial tissue crypreservation

Cryopreservation of ovarian tissue is an effective method of preserving the ability to have own children and to restore the hormonal function of ovaries after recovery.
More details

The preservation of the fertilized oocytes (embryos)

This is the most effective way to preserve the ability to give birth to the own child, also by the surrogate mather (if pregnancy is contraindicated for you due to the condition of health). The procedure is performed, when the preservation of the ovarial tissue is contraindicated because of the affection by tumour, metastasis or due to the high risk of metastisis into the ovaries.
More details

The preservation of the mature oocytes

The procedure is performed, when the preservation of th ovarian tissue is contraindicated due to the affection by the tumor, metastasis or the high risk of metastasis into the ovaries. The criterias of the conduction of this procedure:
More details

The use of gonadotropin-realising hormone (GnRHa) agonists

The protective effect of GnRHa is very controversial and doubtful. However, the treatment with GnRHa can be used as the accompanying one for the women (with the exception of hematopoietic stem cell transplantation), if other options are unavailable. The girls of prepubertal age: cryoconservation of ovarian tissue is the only available method in the case of a high risk of the loss of fertility.
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POF in 70-100%.

Recommended methods of retaining the reproductive function (fertility)

Ovarial tissue crypreservation

Cryopreservation of ovarian tissue is an effective method of preserving the ability to have own children and to restore the hormonal function of ovaries after recovery.
More details

The preservation of the fertilized oocytes (embryos)

This is the most effective way to preserve the ability to give birth to the own child, also by the surrogate mather (if pregnancy is contraindicated for you due to the condition of health). The procedure is performed, when the preservation of the ovarial tissue is contraindicated because of the affection by tumour, metastasis or due to the high risk of metastisis into the ovaries.
More details

The preservation of the mature oocytes

The procedure is performed, when the preservation of th ovarian tissue is contraindicated due to the affection by the tumor, metastasis or the high risk of metastasis into the ovaries. The criterias of the conduction of this procedure:
More details

The use of gonadotropin-realising hormone (GnRHa) agonists

The protective effect of GnRHa is very controversial and doubtful. However, the treatment with GnRHa can be used as the accompanying one for the women (with the exception of hematopoietic stem cell transplantation), if other options are unavailable. The girls of prepubertal age: cryoconservation of ovarian tissue is the only available method in the case of a high risk of the loss of fertility.
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POF in 14%, the percentage of pregnancies after treatment is 43%.

Recommended methods of retaining the reproductive function (fertility)

Ovarial tissue crypreservation

Cryopreservation of ovarian tissue is an effective method of preserving the ability to have own children and to restore the hormonal function of ovaries after recovery.
More details

The preservation of the fertilized oocytes (embryos)

This is the most effective way to preserve the ability to give birth to the own child, also by the surrogate mather (if pregnancy is contraindicated for you due to the condition of health). The procedure is performed, when the preservation of the ovarial tissue is contraindicated because of the affection by tumour, metastasis or due to the high risk of metastisis into the ovaries.
More details

The preservation of the mature oocytes

The procedure is performed, when the preservation of th ovarian tissue is contraindicated due to the affection by the tumor, metastasis or the high risk of metastasis into the ovaries. The criterias of the conduction of this procedure:
More details

The use of gonadotropin-realising hormone (GnRHa) agonists

The protective effect of GnRHa is very controversial and doubtful. However, the treatment with GnRHa can be used as the accompanying one for the women (with the exception of hematopoietic stem cell transplantation), if other options are unavailable. The girls of prepubertal age: cryoconservation of ovarian tissue is the only available method in the case of a high risk of the loss of fertility.
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POF is 50% for women under 30;

Recommended methods of retaining the reproductive function (fertility)

Ovarial tissue crypreservation

Cryopreservation of ovarian tissue is an effective method of preserving the ability to have own children and to restore the hormonal function of ovaries after recovery.
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The preservation of the fertilized oocytes (embryos)

This is the most effective way to preserve the ability to give birth to the own child, also by the surrogate mather (if pregnancy is contraindicated for you due to the condition of health). The procedure is performed, when the preservation of the ovarial tissue is contraindicated because of the affection by tumour, metastasis or due to the high risk of metastisis into the ovaries.
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The preservation of the mature oocytes

The procedure is performed, when the preservation of th ovarian tissue is contraindicated due to the affection by the tumor, metastasis or the high risk of metastasis into the ovaries. The criterias of the conduction of this procedure:
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The use of gonadotropin-realising hormone (GnRHa) agonists

The protective effect of GnRHa is very controversial and doubtful. However, the treatment with GnRHa can be used as the accompanying one for the women (with the exception of hematopoietic stem cell transplantation), if other options are unavailable. The girls of prepubertal age: cryoconservation of ovarian tissue is the only available method in the case of a high risk of the loss of fertility.
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Likelihood of premature ovarian failure (POF) at least 10% in reproductive age.

Recommended methods of retaining the reproductive function (fertility)

Ovarial tissue crypreservation

Cryopreservation of ovarian tissue is an effective method of preserving the ability to have own children and to restore the hormonal function of ovaries after recovery.
More details

The preservation of the fertilized oocytes (embryos)

This is the most effective way to preserve the ability to give birth to the own child, also by the surrogate mather (if pregnancy is contraindicated for you due to the condition of health). The procedure is performed, when the preservation of the ovarial tissue is contraindicated because of the affection by tumour, metastasis or due to the high risk of metastisis into the ovaries.
More details

The preservation of the mature oocytes

The procedure is performed, when the preservation of th ovarian tissue is contraindicated due to the affection by the tumor, metastasis or the high risk of metastasis into the ovaries. The criterias of the conduction of this procedure:
More details

The use of gonadotropin-realising hormone (GnRHa) agonists

The protective effect of GnRHa is very controversial and doubtful. However, the treatment with GnRHa can be used as the accompanying one for the women (with the exception of hematopoietic stem cell transplantation), if other options are unavailable. The girls of prepubertal age: cryoconservation of ovarian tissue is the only available method in the case of a high risk of the loss of fertility.
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POI is a 20 - 50% for women in reproductive age;

Recommended methods of retaining the reproductive function (fertility)

Ovarial tissue crypreservation

Cryopreservation of ovarian tissue is an effective method of preserving the ability to have own children and to restore the hormonal function of ovaries after recovery.
More details

The preservation of the fertilized oocytes (embryos)

This is the most effective way to preserve the ability to give birth to the own child, also by the surrogate mather (if pregnancy is contraindicated for you due to the condition of health). The procedure is performed, when the preservation of the ovarial tissue is contraindicated because of the affection by tumour, metastasis or due to the high risk of metastisis into the ovaries.
More details

The preservation of the mature oocytes

The procedure is performed, when the preservation of th ovarian tissue is contraindicated due to the affection by the tumor, metastasis or the high risk of metastasis into the ovaries. The criterias of the conduction of this procedure:
More details

The use of gonadotropin-realising hormone (GnRHa) agonists

The protective effect of GnRHa is very controversial and doubtful. However, the treatment with GnRHa can be used as the accompanying one for the women (with the exception of hematopoietic stem cell transplantation), if other options are unavailable. The girls of prepubertal age: cryoconservation of ovarian tissue is the only available method in the case of a high risk of the loss of fertility.
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POF in 70-100%, the fertility after treatment in less than 3-8% of patients treated.

Recommended methods of retaining the reproductive function (fertility)

Ovarial tissue crypreservation

Cryopreservation of ovarian tissue is an effective method of preserving the ability to have own children and to restore the hormonal function of ovaries after recovery.
More details

The preservation of the fertilized oocytes (embryos)

This is the most effective way to preserve the ability to give birth to the own child, also by the surrogate mather (if pregnancy is contraindicated for you due to the condition of health). The procedure is performed, when the preservation of the ovarial tissue is contraindicated because of the affection by tumour, metastasis or due to the high risk of metastisis into the ovaries.
More details

The preservation of the mature oocytes

The procedure is performed, when the preservation of th ovarian tissue is contraindicated due to the affection by the tumor, metastasis or the high risk of metastasis into the ovaries. The criterias of the conduction of this procedure:
More details

The use of gonadotropin-realising hormone (GnRHa) agonists

The protective effect of GnRHa is very controversial and doubtful. However, the treatment with GnRHa can be used as the accompanying one for the women (with the exception of hematopoietic stem cell transplantation), if other options are unavailable. The girls of prepubertal age: cryoconservation of ovarian tissue is the only available method in the case of a high risk of the loss of fertility.
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POF in 5%, but the percentage of pregnancies after treatment is only 50%.

Recommended methods of retaining the reproductive function (fertility)

Ovarial tissue crypreservation

Cryopreservation of ovarian tissue is an effective method of preserving the ability to have own children and to restore the hormonal function of ovaries after recovery.
More details

The preservation of the fertilized oocytes (embryos)

This is the most effective way to preserve the ability to give birth to the own child, also by the surrogate mather (if pregnancy is contraindicated for you due to the condition of health). The procedure is performed, when the preservation of the ovarial tissue is contraindicated because of the affection by tumour, metastasis or due to the high risk of metastisis into the ovaries.
More details

The preservation of the mature oocytes

The procedure is performed, when the preservation of th ovarian tissue is contraindicated due to the affection by the tumor, metastasis or the high risk of metastasis into the ovaries. The criterias of the conduction of this procedure:
More details

The use of gonadotropin-realising hormone (GnRHa) agonists

The protective effect of GnRHa is very controversial and doubtful. However, the treatment with GnRHa can be used as the accompanying one for the women (with the exception of hematopoietic stem cell transplantation), if other options are unavailable. The girls of prepubertal age: cryoconservation of ovarian tissue is the only available method in the case of a high risk of the loss of fertility.
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Can damage the reproductive function and cause infertility.

Recommended methods of retaining the reproductive function (fertility)

Ovarial tissue crypreservation

Cryopreservation of ovarian tissue is an effective method of preserving the ability to have own children and to restore the hormonal function of ovaries after recovery.
More details
 

Recommended methods of retaining the reproductive function (fertility)

Ovarial tissue crypreservation

Cryopreservation of ovarian tissue is an effective method of preserving the ability to have own children and to restore the hormonal function of ovaries after recovery.
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After such surgery infertility may develop.

Recommended methods of retaining the reproductive function (fertility)

Ovarial tissue crypreservation

Cryopreservation of ovarian tissue is an effective method of preserving the ability to have own children and to restore the hormonal function of ovaries after recovery.
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Associated with the exposure to high doses of radiation and the use of highly toxic chemotherapy, which causes premature ovarian failure.

Recommended methods of retaining the reproductive function (fertility)

Ovarial tissue crypreservation

Cryopreservation of ovarian tissue is an effective method of preserving the ability to have own children and to restore the hormonal function of ovaries after recovery.
More details

The preservation of the fertilized oocytes (embryos)

This is the most effective way to preserve the ability to give birth to the own child, also by the surrogate mather (if pregnancy is contraindicated for you due to the condition of health). The procedure is performed, when the preservation of the ovarial tissue is contraindicated because of the affection by tumour, metastasis or due to the high risk of metastisis into the ovaries.
More details

The preservation of the mature oocytes

The procedure is performed, when the preservation of th ovarian tissue is contraindicated due to the affection by the tumor, metastasis or the high risk of metastasis into the ovaries. The criterias of the conduction of this procedure:
More details

The use of gonadotropin-realising hormone (GnRHa) agonists

The protective effect of GnRHa is very controversial and doubtful. However, the treatment with GnRHa can be used as the accompanying one for the women (with the exception of hematopoietic stem cell transplantation), if other options are unavailable. The girls of prepubertal age: cryoconservation of ovarian tissue is the only available method in the case of a high risk of the loss of fertility.
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There is a very high risk of infertility and long-lasting azoospermia.

Recommended methods of retaining the reproductive function (fertility)

Preservation of sperm prior to treatment

In order to keep the Cryobank sperm quality, it is necessary to prepare for the procedure. Preparation includes sexual abstinence for 3-7 days (optimally 4 days). Refraining from drinking any beverage containing alcohol, including beer. Not less than 7 days before storing sperm do not have a lot of fried, spicy, salty. 3-5 days before the date does not take sleeping pills, sedatives, and any other hard drugs. If you accept them for health reasons, be sure to tell your doctor.
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Saving to Cryobank testicular tissue for (in prepubertal boys aged (12 years)

If you can not get the sperm, for example, boys who have not reached puberty (prepubescent), it is possible to preserve testicular tissue (testis). Testicular tissue cryopreservation in order to get by biopsy (a small incision in the scrotum with a fence while a small portion of testicular tissue) under local or general anesthesia, depending on the age of the patient.
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Testicular Sperm Extraction (TECE) (for boys in post-pubertal age (over 12 years)

If a man or boy or impaired ejaculation no sperm in the ejaculate, you can use the method of extraction of sperm from the testicle. The procedure is done under local or general anesthesia. After a small incision in the scrotum is taken a small sample of testicular tissue, which is examined for the presence of sperm, cryopreserve and stored in liquid nitrogen.
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There is a very high risk of infertility and long-lasting azoospermia.

Recommended methods of retaining the reproductive function (fertility)

Preservation of sperm prior to treatment

In order to keep the Cryobank sperm quality, it is necessary to prepare for the procedure. Preparation includes sexual abstinence for 3-7 days (optimally 4 days). Refraining from drinking any beverage containing alcohol, including beer. Not less than 7 days before storing sperm do not have a lot of fried, spicy, salty. 3-5 days before the date does not take sleeping pills, sedatives, and any other hard drugs. If you accept them for health reasons, be sure to tell your doctor.
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Saving to Cryobank testicular tissue for (in prepubertal boys aged (12 years)

If you can not get the sperm, for example, boys who have not reached puberty (prepubescent), it is possible to preserve testicular tissue (testis). Testicular tissue cryopreservation in order to get by biopsy (a small incision in the scrotum with a fence while a small portion of testicular tissue) under local or general anesthesia, depending on the age of the patient.
More details

Testicular Sperm Extraction (TECE) (for boys in post-pubertal age (over 12 years)

If a man or boy or impaired ejaculation no sperm in the ejaculate, you can use the method of extraction of sperm from the testicle. The procedure is done under local or general anesthesia. After a small incision in the scrotum is taken a small sample of testicular tissue, which is examined for the presence of sperm, cryopreserve and stored in liquid nitrogen.
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There is a very high risk of infertility and long-lasting azoospermia.

Recommended methods of retaining the reproductive function (fertility)

Preservation of sperm prior to treatment

In order to keep the Cryobank sperm quality, it is necessary to prepare for the procedure. Preparation includes sexual abstinence for 3-7 days (optimally 4 days). Refraining from drinking any beverage containing alcohol, including beer. Not less than 7 days before storing sperm do not have a lot of fried, spicy, salty. 3-5 days before the date does not take sleeping pills, sedatives, and any other hard drugs. If you accept them for health reasons, be sure to tell your doctor.
More details

Saving to Cryobank testicular tissue for (in prepubertal boys aged (12 years)

If you can not get the sperm, for example, boys who have not reached puberty (prepubescent), it is possible to preserve testicular tissue (testis). Testicular tissue cryopreservation in order to get by biopsy (a small incision in the scrotum with a fence while a small portion of testicular tissue) under local or general anesthesia, depending on the age of the patient.
More details

Testicular Sperm Extraction (TECE) (for boys in post-pubertal age (over 12 years)

If a man or boy or impaired ejaculation no sperm in the ejaculate, you can use the method of extraction of sperm from the testicle. The procedure is done under local or general anesthesia. After a small incision in the scrotum is taken a small sample of testicular tissue, which is examined for the presence of sperm, cryopreserve and stored in liquid nitrogen.
More details
 
There is a very high risk of infertility and long-lasting azoospermia.

Recommended methods of retaining the reproductive function (fertility)

Preservation of sperm prior to treatment

In order to keep the Cryobank sperm quality, it is necessary to prepare for the procedure. Preparation includes sexual abstinence for 3-7 days (optimally 4 days). Refraining from drinking any beverage containing alcohol, including beer. Not less than 7 days before storing sperm do not have a lot of fried, spicy, salty. 3-5 days before the date does not take sleeping pills, sedatives, and any other hard drugs. If you accept them for health reasons, be sure to tell your doctor.
More details

Saving to Cryobank testicular tissue for (in prepubertal boys aged (12 years)

If you can not get the sperm, for example, boys who have not reached puberty (prepubescent), it is possible to preserve testicular tissue (testis). Testicular tissue cryopreservation in order to get by biopsy (a small incision in the scrotum with a fence while a small portion of testicular tissue) under local or general anesthesia, depending on the age of the patient.
More details

Testicular Sperm Extraction (TECE) (for boys in post-pubertal age (over 12 years)

If a man or boy or impaired ejaculation no sperm in the ejaculate, you can use the method of extraction of sperm from the testicle. The procedure is done under local or general anesthesia. After a small incision in the scrotum is taken a small sample of testicular tissue, which is examined for the presence of sperm, cryopreserve and stored in liquid nitrogen.
More details
 
Can damage the reproductive function of demand and cause infertility.

Recommended methods of retaining the reproductive function (fertility)

Ovarial tissue crypreservation

Cryopreservation of ovarian tissue is an effective method of preserving the ability to have own children and to restore the hormonal function of ovaries after recovery.
More details

The preservation of the fertilized oocytes (embryos)

This is the most effective way to preserve the ability to give birth to the own child, also by the surrogate mather (if pregnancy is contraindicated for you due to the condition of health). The procedure is performed, when the preservation of the ovarial tissue is contraindicated because of the affection by tumour, metastasis or due to the high risk of metastisis into the ovaries.
More details

The preservation of the mature oocytes

The procedure is performed, when the preservation of th ovarian tissue is contraindicated due to the affection by the tumor, metastasis or the high risk of metastasis into the ovaries. The criterias of the conduction of this procedure:
More details

The use of gonadotropin-realising hormone (GnRHa) agonists

The protective effect of GnRHa is very controversial and doubtful. However, the treatment with GnRHa can be used as the accompanying one for the women (with the exception of hematopoietic stem cell transplantation), if other options are unavailable. The girls of prepubertal age: cryoconservation of ovarian tissue is the only available method in the case of a high risk of the loss of fertility.
More details
 
Can damage the reproductive function of demand and cause infertility.

Recommended methods of retaining the reproductive function (fertility)

Ovarial tissue crypreservation

Cryopreservation of ovarian tissue is an effective method of preserving the ability to have own children and to restore the hormonal function of ovaries after recovery.
More details

The preservation of the fertilized oocytes (embryos)

This is the most effective way to preserve the ability to give birth to the own child, also by the surrogate mather (if pregnancy is contraindicated for you due to the condition of health). The procedure is performed, when the preservation of the ovarial tissue is contraindicated because of the affection by tumour, metastasis or due to the high risk of metastisis into the ovaries.
More details

The preservation of the mature oocytes

The procedure is performed, when the preservation of th ovarian tissue is contraindicated due to the affection by the tumor, metastasis or the high risk of metastasis into the ovaries. The criterias of the conduction of this procedure:
More details

The use of gonadotropin-realising hormone (GnRHa) agonists

The protective effect of GnRHa is very controversial and doubtful. However, the treatment with GnRHa can be used as the accompanying one for the women (with the exception of hematopoietic stem cell transplantation), if other options are unavailable. The girls of prepubertal age: cryoconservation of ovarian tissue is the only available method in the case of a high risk of the loss of fertility.
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If the disease is detected at a later stage, the removal of the uterus with the ovaries will be required and the cryopreservation of ovarian tissue will be the only way of fertility preservation.

Recommended methods of retaining the reproductive function (fertility)

Ovarial tissue crypreservation

Cryopreservation of ovarian tissue is an effective method of preserving the ability to have own children and to restore the hormonal function of ovaries after recovery.
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On the first stage of the disease the organpreserving treatment can be considered with the use of the hormonal drugs, taking into account all possible risks of relapse.

Recommended methods of retaining the reproductive function (fertility)

Ovarial tissue crypreservation

Cryopreservation of ovarian tissue is an effective method of preserving the ability to have own children and to restore the hormonal function of ovaries after recovery.
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In the first stage of the disease, depending on the type of tumor, sometimes it is possible not to remove the uterus completely. It is possible to conduct the cervical conization, cone excision of the cervix. In this case there will be the possibility to carry and deliver a baby.

Recommended methods of retaining the reproductive function (fertility)

Ovarial tissue crypreservation

Cryopreservation of ovarian tissue is an effective method of preserving the ability to have own children and to restore the hormonal function of ovaries after recovery.
More details
 
Can damage the reproductive function of demand and cause infertility.

Recommended methods of retaining the reproductive function (fertility)

Ovarial tissue crypreservation

Cryopreservation of ovarian tissue is an effective method of preserving the ability to have own children and to restore the hormonal function of ovaries after recovery.
More details

The preservation of the fertilized oocytes (embryos)

This is the most effective way to preserve the ability to give birth to the own child, also by the surrogate mather (if pregnancy is contraindicated for you due to the condition of health). The procedure is performed, when the preservation of the ovarial tissue is contraindicated because of the affection by tumour, metastasis or due to the high risk of metastisis into the ovaries.
More details

The preservation of the mature oocytes

The procedure is performed, when the preservation of th ovarian tissue is contraindicated due to the affection by the tumor, metastasis or the high risk of metastasis into the ovaries. The criterias of the conduction of this procedure:
More details

The use of gonadotropin-realising hormone (GnRHa) agonists

The protective effect of GnRHa is very controversial and doubtful. However, the treatment with GnRHa can be used as the accompanying one for the women (with the exception of hematopoietic stem cell transplantation), if other options are unavailable. The girls of prepubertal age: cryoconservation of ovarian tissue is the only available method in the case of a high risk of the loss of fertility.
More details
 
Can damage the reproductive function of demand and cause infertility.

Recommended methods of retaining the reproductive function (fertility)

Ovarial tissue crypreservation

Cryopreservation of ovarian tissue is an effective method of preserving the ability to have own children and to restore the hormonal function of ovaries after recovery.
More details

The preservation of the fertilized oocytes (embryos)

This is the most effective way to preserve the ability to give birth to the own child, also by the surrogate mather (if pregnancy is contraindicated for you due to the condition of health). The procedure is performed, when the preservation of the ovarial tissue is contraindicated because of the affection by tumour, metastasis or due to the high risk of metastisis into the ovaries.
More details

The preservation of the mature oocytes

The procedure is performed, when the preservation of th ovarian tissue is contraindicated due to the affection by the tumor, metastasis or the high risk of metastasis into the ovaries. The criterias of the conduction of this procedure:
More details

The use of gonadotropin-realising hormone (GnRHa) agonists

The protective effect of GnRHa is very controversial and doubtful. However, the treatment with GnRHa can be used as the accompanying one for the women (with the exception of hematopoietic stem cell transplantation), if other options are unavailable. The girls of prepubertal age: cryoconservation of ovarian tissue is the only available method in the case of a high risk of the loss of fertility.
More details
 
There is a very high risk of infertility and long-lasting azoospermia.

Recommended methods of retaining the reproductive function (fertility)

Preservation of sperm prior to treatment

In order to keep the Cryobank sperm quality, it is necessary to prepare for the procedure. Preparation includes sexual abstinence for 3-7 days (optimally 4 days). Refraining from drinking any beverage containing alcohol, including beer. Not less than 7 days before storing sperm do not have a lot of fried, spicy, salty. 3-5 days before the date does not take sleeping pills, sedatives, and any other hard drugs. If you accept them for health reasons, be sure to tell your doctor.
More details

Saving to Cryobank testicular tissue for (in prepubertal boys aged (12 years)

If you can not get the sperm, for example, boys who have not reached puberty (prepubescent), it is possible to preserve testicular tissue (testis). Testicular tissue cryopreservation in order to get by biopsy (a small incision in the scrotum with a fence while a small portion of testicular tissue) under local or general anesthesia, depending on the age of the patient.
More details

Testicular Sperm Extraction (TECE) (for boys in post-pubertal age (over 12 years)

If a man or boy or impaired ejaculation no sperm in the ejaculate, you can use the method of extraction of sperm from the testicle. The procedure is done under local or general anesthesia. After a small incision in the scrotum is taken a small sample of testicular tissue, which is examined for the presence of sperm, cryopreserve and stored in liquid nitrogen.
More details