Infertility is not a new subject to Indians. There are over 1 million cases per year and it is a common issue. Thankfully, there are several infertility treatments available because of technological advancements. One common solution to infertility would be fertility preservation. Fertility preservation is the practice of egg freezing/sperm freezing or embryo freezing. More and more people are opting for such treatments to have a biological child of their own. Fertility preservation solutions are popular and safe for intended parents. However, since the internet is big and full of information, the information can be passed on wrong, leading to myths and misconceptions. In this blog on fertility preservation published by Dr. Manish Banker and team, let us discuss who can benefit from it, how to avoid such misconceptions and common myths of egg freezing and sperm freezing.
Apart from infertility, there are many reasons why people choose fertility preservation. It is a recommended solution because it provides people with a sense of security regarding their future.
Here are some of the people who can benefit from fertility preservation.
However, it must be noted that these are just a few of the reasons people opt for fertility preservation. A person can experience different reasons apart from the ones mentioned above. As mentioned earlier, it is a popular method however, there are several myths on the topics of egg freezing and sperm freezing. Let’s debunk the most common ones.
Egg or sperm freezing has been a popular solution, especially in the last 10 years or so. To avoid doubts and fears, read up articles written by infertility specialists such as Dr. Banker, Ahmedabad. Sometimes, the information that has been published might not be written by professionals. Whether it is egg freezing or sperm freezing, the most accurate diagnosis and problem solution can only be given by medical health professionals such as a gynecologist or an infertility counselor. One can also make use of parenting magazines, blogs, and forums for emotional support. These days, there are several support groups both online and offline for people to share their experiences. If you are doubtful or concerned then you can ask your questions to such groups and your doctor as well. What is of utmost importance is that you think of fertility preservation in your early years itself. In many cases, people think of fertility preservation only when they near the forties decreasing their chance of preserving healthy eggs or sperms.
So these are some of the common myths when it comes to fertility preservation. As mentioned before, ensure that any information you seek has been well-researched and written by a professional. Women and men in their twenties and early thirties may not want to conceive immediately but still, wish to have a child of their own later in life. For people who want to postpone their plans of having a baby, fertility preservation is a safe solution that helps intended parents feel secure and confident. Egg freezing or sperm freezing is a completely safe practice, so keep a positive mindset and surely you will be able to build a family of your own. If you would like to read more such blogs by Dr Manish Banker, Ahmedabad, you can visit our website.
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