Freezing your Sperm
Freezing sperm is a simple and safe way of combating common issues like testicular cancer.
It may be that it’s unsuitable time for you to become a parent but you want to preserve and improve your chances of fertility in the near future.
Sperm freezing can also be useful if the male partner has difficulty producing a sample before fertilisation at one of our clinics.
Sperm Freezing Process
Sperm freezing is a relatively simple process. You will need to have some screening blood tests performed before coming in to the clinic, in accordance with British law.
These can be done by your GP. You will then need to abstain for 2-5 days before coming into the clinic to produce a sample. The sample will be frozen in our vitrification process, an advanced fast-freezing which allows for almost indefinite storage.
Once frozen, the sperm can be thawed at your disposal, with very high survival rates from thawing.