Fertility Decisions

It’s important to understand the health choices that affect fertility, as well as when to seek medical help. Fertility and Reproductive Clinics offer a range of services that are designed to preserve and enhance fertility.

Patients should be advised about the options to preserve fertility. Fertility preservation may be appropriate for some patients who are undergoing treatments that threaten future fertility.

Options include but are not limited to egg freezing and sperm banking. When patients wish to have children later in life, there is a chance that they will need to undergo assisted reproductive technologies.

People make decisions about their fertility in a number of different ways, even though there are few studies on how people make these decisions. Some people have a preference for children and may want to have biological children no matter what. Others may be fine with waiting until they are in the right place (e.g. financially, professionally) before having children.

The decision about fertility is not one that should be taken lightly. When informed and educated, the process of making decisions about fertility can be less challenging. It’s our responsibility to help people make informed decisions about their reproductive choices so they can live the best lives possible.

If you decide to have children in the future, exploring your options for achieving pregnancy may be a good idea.

The best way to make a decision is to explore all of your options so that you can find the one you feel most comfortable with. Seek out as much information about your options as possible. You’ll be able to make the best decision for yourself.