Sperm freezing is a medical procedure that involves preserving and storing sperm samples under cryogenic conditions at extremely low temperatures.

Situations where sperm freezing is recommended

Sperm freezing may be recommended in various situations, including:

Medical Treatments

Men who need to undergo medical treatments such as chemotherapy, radiotherapy, or surgery that could affect their fertility are encouraged to freeze their sperm before the treatment.

Predictable Male Infertility

In some cases, where health issues or family history suggest potential future infertility, sperm freezing can be a proactive option.

Steps of freezing sperm

The freezing of sperm involves several key steps:

Sample Collection

The man provides a sperm sample through masturbation in a specialized collection room.

Sample Preparation

The sample is prepared in the laboratory, where it is cleaned, concentrated, and mixed with a special freezing liquid.

Freezing and Storage

The sample is slowly cooled to cryogenic temperatures and then stored in liquid nitrogen tanks at extremely low temperatures for long-term preservation.

Thawing and Usage

When a man wishes to use his frozen sperm to conceive a child, the sample is thawed in the laboratory and used in an assisted reproductive procedure such as IVF or IUI.


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