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Protect Your Future Family

A cancer diagnosis can be filled with anxiety and fear. Kindbody is here to guide you through the process of fertility preservation before you begin treatment. Together, we can quickly preserve eggs, sperm, or embryos without compromise to your current health and treatment plan.

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Remember, time is of the essence. If you or a loved one has received a cancer diagnosis, please call us today.

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Cancer & Fertility Preservation

Cancer & Fertility Preservation

How can treatments for medical conditions affect fertility?
For female patients, some chemotherapy medications can age the ovaries, while others can damage the eggs. The high energy rays of radiation can also damage the ovaries or cause scarring that can make it difficult to conceive. Radiation to the brain can also affect the pituitary gland, which controls the release of fertility hormones. Surgical treatment, including hysterectomy (uterus removal) and oophorectomy (ovary removal), impacts a woman's ability to conceive and carry a child. Immune therapies have also been found to negatively impact fertility.

For male patients, surgeries—such as treatments for testicular, prostate, or bladder cancers—as well as radiation treatments and chemotherapies, can impair the ability to produce healthy semen or impact male reproductive function.

Kindbody's quick start fertility preservation
At Kindbody, cancer patients are a top priority and we will ensure patients see a Kindbody fertility specialist within 24-48 hours. If you opt to pursue treatment following the initial consultation, we will expedite your fertility treatment. We understand the importance of moving forward with life saving cancer treatment as quickly as possible, so we do everything in our power to minimize any delays.  

Egg and embryo preservation
Preserving fertility for the future involves retrieving mature eggs from your ovaries, once the eggs are retrieved they can be frozen, which is egg freezing, or the eggs can be fertilized with sperm to create embryos, which is embryo freezing. This treatment process takes about two weeks.

Sperm Banking
We can schedule your appointment to freeze your sperm within 1-2 days of your initial consultation.  

Preserve Your Future

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We will expedite a visit with a board certified fertility specialist.


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Evaluation & Education

During your consultation, your doctor will discuss your cancer diagnosis, fertility status, parenthood goals, and treatment options. Our care navigators will offer financial guidance and resources.


Egg, embryo, or sperm freezing may be recommended. We will coordinate with your oncology team to ensure your fertility preservation does not delay your cancer treatment.

Cancer treatments including surgery, chemotherapy, and radiation can leave a person infertile or make future conception difficult. As survival rates have increased in young people diagnosed with cancer, so has the need for proactive protection. Our goal is to help you preserve the ability to have biological children in the future. 

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