Fertility preservation is the process whereby eggs that could be fertilised in the future are frozen.
The freezing process is known as egg vitrification.
There are two types of fertility preservation: preservation for medical reasons, done in cases when a tumour is diagnosed, in which the patient will follow treatment that could be toxic to the ovary, such as radiotherapy and chemotherapy or following diseases that could alter the ovarian reserve, and preservation for non-medical or social reasons, which is used to delay the age of maternity.
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