Cancer treatment can have an effect on your fertility. While the effects can vary depending on your cancer diagnosis and treatment, there are some practical information and resources that can help you

The effect cancer treatment can have on your fertility varies widely depending on your age, the type, stage and site of your cancer and the decisions you make during treatment.

It is often difficult to know how your fertility has been affected immediately after treatment. Research is constantly occurring in this field, and new techniques being developed.

"I would have loved more advice on fertility and options surrounding that. I felt really rushed into making a fairly uneducated decision." Young Adult from Trekstock Community 

Check out our fertility topics for more information:

Fertility in women

Fertility in men

IVF treatment

Trekstock Talk's on Fertility

Blog on adopting after cancer

Fertility facts

Check out our charity friends who can provide you with even more practical tools, strategies and resources:

Young Lives vs Cancer

When cancer strikes Young Lives vs Cancer helps is here to help. YoungLives vs Cancer is the UK’s leading charity for young cancer patients and their families. It provides specialist support to help and guide each young cancer patient and their family.

Fertility network

Fertility Network UK provides free and impartial support, advice, information and understanding for anyone affected by fertility issues. They're the nation’s leading patient-focused fertility charity and offer support on a practical and emotional level whatever your experience of fertility issues. Support line 0121 323  5025 is run by a former fertility nurse who offers a unique support service on Monday, Wednesday and Friday's from 10am - 4pm or email [email protected]