Fertility preservation

Plan ahead by preserving your fertility with CARE. 

More and more people are preserving their fertility by freezing their eggs, sperm, or embryos, whether due to a medical condition, an illness, or any other reason. If you know you might want to start or grow your family in the future, fertility preservation could be for you. 

How can CARE help?

There are a number of ways you can preserve your fertility with CARE:

Sperm freezing

Many men choose to freeze sperm before IVF or ICSI to ensure they have a good sample for treatment, or if they’re working abroad. 

Egg freezing

Whether you’re suffering from an illness or disorder that affects your ovaries, or you’re simply not yet ready to start or grow your family, freezing your eggs can offer you some peace of mind.  

Embryo freezing

If you’re having IVF treatment with CARE and we find that you have several embryos suitable for transfer, we’ll offer to freeze them for you to use in the future. You can also freeze your embryos if you aren’t ready to start a family and want to keep your options open, or if you or your partner are undergoing medical treatment that might affect your fertility. 

After having my eggs frozen, I have that plan B.

CARE patient

What should I do next?

At CARE, we’ll do everything we can to support you before, during and after preserving your fertility – whoever you are, and wherever you are on your fertility treatment journey. To learn a bit more about what sets CARE apart, explore our website or read about what we stand for.

Talk to CARE

If you think you might be interested in one of our treatments, or if you’d like to talk to someone at CARE about your options, there are lots of ways to get started:

  • Book in for a free 1-2-1
  • Book a consultation
  • Come to one of our clinic information events
  • Speak to your local clinic to find out more.

You can do all of the above through our contact form or by calling your local clinic.

Join our forum

Introduce yourself on our bulletin board and chat to some of our other patients. It can be really comforting to talk to others going through a similar experience, and they might have useful advice for those new to treatment.