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Fertility Preservation

Aster CMI Hospital's Fertility and In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) department is renowned for its comprehensive range of reproductive healthcare services, including the critical service of fertility preservation. Fertility preservation involves the process of safeguarding reproductive potential for individuals who may face future infertility due to medical treatments, age, or other factors. Below, we provide a detailed overview of how Aster CMI Hospital's Fertility and IVF department expertly handles fertility preservation as one of their core services.

Fertility Preservation Services:

  1. Consultation and Assessment: 
    The journey begins with a consultation with a reproductive specialist to evaluate individual circumstances and discuss the preservation options available.

  2. Education and Counseling:

    • Patients receive thorough information about fertility preservation methods, their benefits, and the best time to pursue them.

    • Emotional and psychological support is provided, recognizing the emotional aspects of fertility preservation.
  3. Oocyte (Egg) Freezing: 
    For women, oocyte cryopreservation (egg freezing) is offered. This process involves stimulating the ovaries to produce multiple eggs, which are then harvested, frozen, and stored for future use.

  4. Sperm Freezing: 
    Men can opt for sperm cryopreservation, where sperm samples are collected, processed, and stored for future use, preserving their fertility potential.

  5. Embryo Freezing:
    For couples, embryos created through IVF can be frozen and stored for later use. This option is often preferred when both partners are involved.

  6. Ovarian Tissue Freezing: 
    In cases of cancer treatment, ovarian tissue freezing may be an option for women. A small piece of ovarian tissue is removed and frozen for future transplantation.

  7. Hormone Preservation: 
    In certain medical conditions, hormonal therapies and other interventions can be employed to preserve fertility before undergoing treatments that might damage reproductive organs.

  8. Secure Storage: 
    The preserved reproductive material is securely stored in state-of-the-art cryopreservation facilities, ensuring long-term viability.

  9. Thawing and Utilization: 
    When individuals are ready to start a family, the preserved material can be thawed and used for assisted reproductive techniques, such as IVF.

  10. Ongoing Support: 
    The Fertility and IVF department at Aster CMI Hospital provides continuous support, monitoring, and guidance throughout the fertility preservation process.


Aster CMI Hospital's Fertility and IVF department is dedicated to helping individuals and couples preserve their fertility and plan for a family in the future. Their expert team and cutting-edge technology ensure the highest level of care in this vital aspect of reproductive healthcare.

Our Doctors

We have some of the best specialists from around the world, they bring years of experience and offer evidence-based treatment to ensure the best care for you.

Our Doctors

We have some of the best specialists from around the world, they bring years of experience and offer evidence-based treatment to ensure the best care for you.

FAQ's

At Aster Hospitals we provide the highest quality of care and a transformative experience for all your healthcare needs. With our network of multi-speciality hospitals, specialised doctors, and world-class technology, we bring global standards of medical care to our patients.

Who can benefit from fertility preservation services at Aster CMI Hospital?

Individuals facing infertility risks due to medical treatments (chemotherapy, radiation), age-related fertility decline, or other factors can benefit.
 

Are there any age restrictions for fertility preservation?

While it's best to pursue preservation at a younger age, it's not limited by age, and options are available for women of different reproductive stages.

Are there any risks or side effects associated with fertility preservation procedures?

Fertility preservation methods are generally safe, but like any medical procedure, there may be some minimal risks, which will be discussed during the consultation.
 

Is fertility preservation covered by insurance?

Coverage varies by insurance providers and policies. It's recommended to check with your insurance company for details.
 

What is the success rate of using preserved eggs, sperm, or embryos for pregnancy in the future?

Success rates vary, but fertility preservation has a high success rate when materials are stored and managed properly.
 

What are the advantages of egg, sperm, or embryo freezing?

These methods allow you to preserve your fertility potential and increase the chances of having a biological child in the future.
 

How long can sperm, eggs, or embryos be stored?

Cryopreserved materials can be stored for an extended period, often for many years, without a significant decline in quality.
 

Can I pursue fertility preservation if I have a medical condition like cancer?

Yes, cancer patients can benefit from fertility preservation before undergoing treatments that may affect their fertility.
 

Can I still have a baby naturally after fertility preservation?

Fertility preservation does not prevent natural conception, and you can try to conceive naturally if you choose.

What happens if I decide not to use my preserved reproductive material?

You can choose to keep your material in storage or explore other options, such as donation or disposal, according to your preferences.
 

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