April is Testicular Cancer Awareness Month
Each April, public awareness and education is shared during Testicular Cancer Awareness Month. Testicular cancer commonly affects young men between 20 to 40 years old, when they are in their prime age for building careers and families.
Can Cause Inability To Reproduce
Testicular Cancer is curable if diagnosed and treated in early stages. In advanced stages, as with certain types of cancers, treatment may require radiation, chemotherapy or even surgery. In turn, these treatments can affect adversely a man’s ability to produce children.
Freezing Sperm Option
Men faced with testicular cancer have the opportunity to freeze their sperm for long term storage for fertility preservation. Southwest Fertility Center offers sperm freezing for fertility preservation to men faced with testicular cancer.
Sperm cryopreservation is a very established and safe procedure. Millions of children born are born from artificial insemination, or Invitro Fertilization, using frozen thawed sperm for various Fertility challenges.
About Southwest Fertility Center
Infertility treatment specialists at Southwest Fertility Center have been helping patients since 1980. Our team of fertility specialists has established a well-earned reputation for successfully helping couples through fertility issues. When you visit our office, we will take our time to get to know you so that we can provide a set of treatment options that best fit your individual needs. We take great pride in our non-discrimination policies and we accept all patients regardless of their prior medical conditions or sexual orientation. Our staff of medical professionals is dedicated to providing you with the patience and compassion you deserve. For more information regarding our treatment options, financing, or to discuss your individual treatment needs, speak with one of our staff members today. 602-956-7481.