The medical and surgical treatments involved in cancer are processes that can lead to complications when it comes to conceiving a child, which is difficult for families in many ways. In some cases, there are complications such as direct injuries to a reproductive organ (testicle, ovaries, uterus, etc.) or indirect damage through chemotherapy and/or radiotherapy.
Cancer treatments can cause hormonal imbalances or change the menstrual cycle of the patient, to the extent of causing early menopause or triggering emotional or psychological issues such as anxiety, which can cause greater complications in the long term.
The selection of treatment depends on factors such as:
Oncofertility conditions and treatments must be managed by both an oncologist and a fertility specialist. Medicine has increased cancer survival rates as technology evolves, making it possible for these patients to have a baby through a variety of treatments. Contact us today to learn more about the options available!
1.- Schedule your appointment
2.- Talk to our specialist
3.- Prepare your studies
4.- Attend your consultation
5.- Start your treatment plan
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