Fertility preservation is a method by which a person can choose to not conceive right now but later in the future. There are lots of medical or personal reasons for postponing pregnancy and considering being a mother in the future.
• Fighting with cancer and likely to undergo chemotherapy.
• Hereditary early menopause condition.
• Wilfully postponing pregnancy but eliminating age-related restraint to become pregnant in the future.

Fertility preservation is becoming popular these days because of its reliability. For more information on fertility preservation, contact SCI IVF HOSPITAL having the Best Gynecologist in Delhi NCR. There are the following options for fertility preservation that your gynecologist can suggest.

1. Eggs and Embryo Preservation
The fertility of a woman can be preserved by freezing eggs or embryos (fertilized eggs). This process is safer and has the highest success rate as compared to the rest options.
Targeted For: It is targeted for women who are able to produce healthy eggs (generally till 35 Years) at the time of preservation. It best for women having breast cancer and undergoing radiotherapy. Egg freezing is generally suggested to the woman who is single or unsure about her partner at the time of fertility preservation. While embryo freezing is suggested for those women who are sure about their partner. In this, an egg is retrieved, fertilized with partner’s sperm, and then freeze.

Procedure: First, ovaries are stimulated using various hormones. After two weeks of stimulation, mature eggs are retrieved from the ovaries using the ultrasound needle. Then, eggs or embryos are freeze at the -196ºC temperature either by slow freezing or verification (rapid freezing to avoid crystallization of cell). Finally, it is stored in liquid nitrogen.

Whenever the patient desires to get pregnant these eggs or embryos are thawed and used for conceiving by IVF process. SCI IVF HOSPITAL is the best fertility center in Delhi.
Success Rate: It is 90-95% effective and widely used.

2. Ovarian Transposition
This is a surgery through which the position of the ovaries is slightly changed (dislocated) to escape the side effects of radiation.

Targeted For: Those women who are likely to go under radiation treatment to the pelvis.

Procedure: Through surgery, the placement of ovaries is slightly changed to minimize the radiation side effects. After the treatment, the ovaries are moved back to their original position. In this way, the ovary functions normally throughout the process.

Success Rate: This process is 70-90% effective to preserve fertility.

3. Ovarian Tissue Preservation
Ovarian tissues are preserved by freezing a small part of the ovary before the radiation process.

Targeted For: It is mainly targeted for women likely to go to chemotherapy or radiation process and there is an urgency of treatment that eggs or embryos cannot be freeze.

Procedure: In this process, a fragment of the ovary or entire ovary is removed, the outer wall of the ovary that holds eggs is detached, and freeze. After the chemotherapy, whenever required, it is re-implanted for conceiving.
Success Rate: This process is currently being used only for experimental purposes.

4. Ovarian Suppression
It suppresses the ovaries to perform its main function that is releasing mature eggs.

Targeted For: Women having breast cancer and lymphoma. Also considered a good option in the heredity of pre-menopause.

Procedure: In this process starts almost two weeks before the chemotherapy. In this method, an injection of leuprolide is given every month to prevent hormones to stimulate the ovaries to release mature eggs. This way, mature eggs are protected from radiation.

Success Rate: This process is currently being used only for experimental purposes.

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