Couples preparing for IVF may need to store semen specimens in advance of the procedure. Others may want to freeze semen due to upcoming cancer therapy, military service, occupational risks, or for other personal reasons.
No long term effects have been identified in babies born from frozen sperm, nor do they have a higher rate of birth defects.
It's simple – The fertility doctors at SCRC are among the best in their field, and and our assisted reproductive technology lab is state-of-the-art. Couples who have had difficulty getting pregnant have had success conceiving with eggs or sperm that have been frozen using our lab and cryopreservation techniques.