Fertility Preservation – A wish coming true for Cancer Patients

Fertility Preservation – A wish coming true for Cancer Patients

  • Oasis Fertility – Offers Parenthood Solutions to hundreds of Cancer patients –

Hyderabad –30th September: Divya (Name Changed) just like any other girl at the age of 28 had dreams of getting married and settle down with her family. Life was picture perfect until her first year of marriage where she was diagnosed with breast cancer, all hell broke loose for her, she was shattered on two counts, one the fear of fighting cancer and two, whether she will be able to bear a child in the state which she was in.

Fertility Preservation

She realized soon that, life is not so unfair – when her oncologist specialist suggested her to meet Dr Durga G Rao – Medical Director and Co- Founder at Oasis Fertility. She was pleasantly surprised to know that, she was not alone in this kind of situation, there are hundreds of patients like her. She got a lot of Solace when she reached Oasis Fertility.

Fertility preservation is the process of saving or protecting eggs, sperm, or reproductive tissue so that a person can use them to have biological children in the future. It is the effort to help cancer patients retain their fertility, or ability to procreate.

How Does Cancer Therapy affect Fertility?

The effect of cancer therapy might be temporary or permanent and the degree of harm it does to your fertility depends on the type and stage of cancer treatment, age and various modes of treatment like:

Chemothery: It is known that there are certain drugs like alkylating agents or cisplatin which affects the fertility of the patients more so in older women.

Radiation:can be more damaging to fertility than chemotherapy, depending on the location and size of the radiation field and the dose given. For example, high doses of radiation can destroy some or all of the eggs in the ovaries.

Surgery:  Fertility can be harmed by the surgical removal of the testicles, uterus or ovaries.

Talking to the media Dr Durga G Rao – Medical Director and Founder of Oasis Fertility stated that över a period of last few years we have seen a lot of patients secondary to cancer diagnosis being referred to us for fertility solutions,  cancer and some autoimmune and idiopathic conditionsare associated with a high risk of the male or female patient losing their fertility. We try and counsel them for fertility preservation and offer them solutions like embryo cryopreservation egg or oocyte cryopreservation or semen freezing, they can come back once they are fit both mentally and physically to start the journey of parenthood”.

Adding to this Dr Krishna Chaitanya – Scientific Head and Clinical Embryologist – Oasis Fertility stated that “We are proud and glad to share that we have treated more than 100 such patients successfully and perhaps we are one of the only fertility care centres where we have been treating cancer patients and focusing on our cryo preservation technologies in highest numbers. We at Oasis have all the required competencies and dedicated teams like embryologist, reproductive technologists, psychologists, cryo preservation trained nurses and dietiatians who deal with the patient in a holistic manner”

About Oasis Centre for Reproductive Medicine

Oasis Centre for Reproductive Medicine, a unit of the Sadguru Healthcare Services Pvt. Ltd., has redefined reproductive care in South India by bringing in internationally recognized best practices and protocols in Fertility treatments. It offers patient-friendly ‘one-stop’ day care clinics, where consultations, investigations and treatment are all conducted under one roof.  Since it’s inception in 2009, Oasis has gained an excellent reputation for its high success rates driven by its high-quality services led by a team of highly experienced infertility specialists with international experience. The chain has expanded to 9 centres across the states of Andhra Pradesh, Telangana and Tamil Nadu.

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