The prepared sperm is placed into a special freezing solution known as cryoprotectant in small vials. The vials go into storage freezers that contain liquid nitrogen. “Sperm has to stay frozen at a constant temperature of minus 196°C.
Common reasons to choose to freeze sperm:
⦁ Advancing age
⦁ Deteriorating sperm quality or low quantity
⦁ Cancer or other medical reasons
⦁ Pre-vasectomy patients
⦁ Career and lifestyle choices, such as those with high-risk occupations
⦁ Before starting Chemotherapy & Radiotherapy for cancer treatment
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