Reproductive Questions and Answers for Cancer Survivors
- The type and amount of chemotherapy affects how well your ovaries will work.
- The treatment for Premature Ovarian Insufficiency is hormone therapy.
- Talk to your gynecologist about ways to keep your ovaries safe from chemotherapy and/or radiation.
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Today, more and more girls are living healthy lives after having cancer. As a cancer survivor, you may have some special concerns about your menstrual periods, fertility, and sexual relationships. This guide was created to help answer your questions about: hormones and ovaries, premature ovarian insufficiency (POI, formerly called premature ovarian failure, or POF), fertility and pregnancy, fertility treatments, other fertility issues, and sexual relationships after cancer.
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