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Expert Tips for Family Planning and Fertility Preservation

Often quoted, the saying, "change is the only constant" has been proven to be great words of wisdom. Taking a moment to reflect, observing current family planning concepts it becomes quite evident how change significantly effects our views on sexuality, reproduction, and gender roles. Today, family planning has evolved to include a broader range of reproductive health services, including increased fertility treatments with a shift away from traditional gender roles and the recognition of equal responsibility in family planning decisions. With updated education and resources, both parents are empowered to make informed decisions about their reproductive health and the possibilities for having biological children later in life. Consider these expert tips for family planning and fertility preservation from CooperSurgical, dedicated to promoting maternal and child health, gender equality, and overall well-being.

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Expert Tips for Family Planning and Fertility Preservation

Why Family Planning?

Life can be complicated and for a variety of reason including medical treatments, genetic conditions, or lifestyle factors the option of having biological children later in life has it's advantages. Discussing your family planning options with a medical professional to determine the most appropriate approach based on individual circumstances and goals is an important factor to consider.

Evolving from limited options to a more comprehensive approach, CooperSurgical recognizes the diversity of reproductive health, combined with social and economic issues. Having conversations with trusted healthcare providers to questions, gain a general understand of how our bodies function, as well as learn about available family planning options. These discussions serve as opportunities to empower you as a patient by dispel myths to reduce fears.

Family Planning and Fertility Preservation

Fertility Preservation is the process of preserving eggs, sperm, or reproductive tissue by individuals who may face fertility problems or may choose to prepare for pregnancy in the future. Options for fertility preservation for women include-

Egg Freezing- Retrieving eggs from ovaries, freezing, and storing them until needed.

Embryo Freezing- Retrieving eggs from ovaries, fertilizing them with sperm, and freezing resulting embryos for later use.

Ovarian Tissue Freezing- Removing a portion of the ovary and freezing it for use in the future.

Options for fertility preservation for men include-

Sperm Freezing- Collecting sperm and freezing for future use.

CooperSurgical continually strives toward developing  innovative technologies in family planning and fertility preservation by advancing medical research. Providing education and training for healthcare professionals and patients, the endgoal is utilizing  tech and innovation to help connect patients with the highly qualified medical professionals, while supporting and advocating for reproductive health issues.

About Paragard

ParaGard is an Intrauterine Device (IUD) used for long-term birth control without the use of hormones. Inserted into the uterus by a healthcare provide, work to provides a low chance of pregnancy for up to 10 years. ParaGard is considered a highly effective form of birth control, with a failure rate of less than 1% or less than 1 in 100 instances. It is reversible and does not contain hormones, also making it a good option for women who prefer not to take birth control daily.

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