Impact of Cancer Treatment on Reproductive Health and Fertility

Cancer surgery can show some impact in the process of fertility by removing reproductive organs. Chemotherapy and radiotherapy have toxic effects on the gonads in many cases it might show some effects on reproductive health, impairment of hormone production and drawback in and sexual function in adults.

There are some of the Treatments involved for the Removal of the Reproductive Organs in your body at the time of cancer treatment that infected on the part. Hysterectomy is surgery to remove the uterus, if there is an unborn in the uterus, by the removal of uterus the woman cannot get pregnant. Oophorectomy is a surgery used to remove the ovaries. Once the ovaries are removed it cannot produce the eggs. A woman can’t get pregnant without them.

Factors that have impact on Fertility at Women Cancer Treatment

  • The patient’s age and stage of development
  • The type and extent of surgery
  • The type of treatment given (radiation therapy, chemotherapy, hormone therapy, targeted therapy, immunotherapy, stem cell transplant)
  • The dose of treatment

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