Egg Donation, Embryo Freezing, Frozen Eggs, ICSI, Infertility

UK – Shropshire and Mid Wales Fertility Centre moving to new home

Source: Shropshire Star
For more than a quarter of a century, it has been helping thousands of couples realise their dreams of becoming parents.

An embryologist at The Shropshire and Mid Wales Fertility

The Shropshire and Mid Wales Fertility Centre is one of the top IVF clinics in the UK.

But it has outgrown its current home at the Royal Shrewsbury Hospital and is now set to move to a new facility on the outskirts of Shrewsbury.

From this summer, the centre will be operating from Severn Fields Health Village in Sundorne.

The Shrewsbury and Telford Hospital NHS Trust, which runs the facility, says it will mean better facilities for patients and the multi-professional fertility team.
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Cancer, Egg Freezing, Embryo Freezing, Frozen Eggs, India

India – Fertility preservation methods offer hope for cancer patients

Source:  Deccan Chronicle

Fertility preservation methods Fertility preservation methods offer hope for cancer patients. (Photo: Pixabay)

New Delhi: Many cancer treatments affect the ability to become pregnant, temporarily or permanently.

Fertility preservation (FP) is an effort to retain the fertility of cancer patients, thereby improving their quality of life.

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Cancer, Donor Eggs, Donor Embryos, Embryo, Embryo Freezing, India

India – Fertility preservation techniques offer ray of hope to young cancer survivors

Source:  ANI

New Delhi [India], Feb 3 (ANI): About 50% of the cancer patients in India are under the age of 50. Apart from other things, this alarming rate of young cancer victims has also created concerns about preservation of their fertility.

However, experts indicate that the recent technologies and advancements in the IVF sector can help cancer patients to keep the fertility window open for a longer time. Today, cancer victims not only have a better rate of survival but can also think about raising a child and starting a family.

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Cancer, Egg Freezing, Embryo Freezing, Frozen Eggs

What are fertility preservation techniques for cancer patients?

Source: The Daily Beast

cancer fertility

Fertility preservation is becoming increasingly important to improve the quality of life, especially for cancer survivors. This is because the treatment options for cancer namely chemotherapy and radiotherapy have a major impact on reproductive potential. It not only deteriorates the quality of eggs and sperms and affect the reproductive organs but also lead to complications when getting pregnant. This is the reason, why many cancer survivors fail to conceive after undergoing cancer treatment. Due to lack of awareness about the feasibility of fertility preservation technique, most cancer patients are unaware of the option available for them to conceive. Dr Hrishikesh D Pai, Medical Director, Bloom IVF explains more about fertility preservation techniques for cancer patients. Also read about reasons that are coming in the way of your pregnancy.

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Embryo, Embryo Freezing

Woman Has Baby From Embryo Almost As Old As Her

Source: Vital Updates

Tina and Benjamin Gibson, 26 and 33 respectively, weren’t able to have children. That is, until Tina gave birth to their daughter, Emma Wren Gibson, who was frozen as an embryo for 24 years.

Tina said she remembers thinking that she simply wanted a baby. Whether that baby was record-setting or not, wasn’t in Tina’s thoughts.

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