Fertility Preservation Methods for Women & Men

Fertility preservation involves the cryopreservation of sperm or eggs for future use. Fertility preservation is typically done in cases when natural fertility is threatened, such as with ovarian or testicular cancer, or due to aging. Preserved sperm or eggs can be used later in life to achieve pregnancy with the help of in vitro fertilization (IVF) and intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI).

Egg, Sperm & Embryo Bank

At Atlantic Reproductive Center, we provide highly personalized reproductive services, including fertility preservation, to patients in the NC Triangle and beyond. Visit our Raleigh, NC fertility clinic and establish a relationship with one of our experienced, compassionate physicians to learn more.


If you are facing a disease that could impact your fertility, such as testicular cancer effects or breast cancer, or are considering some kind of treatment that will threaten future fertility in the near future, you have options.


The cryogenic freezing of a woman’s eggs for use in the future.


The cryogenic freezing of fertilized female eggs.


The cryopreservation of a man’s sperm for future use to achieve pregnancy through IVF or ICSI.


During vitrification, eggs are cooled rapidly — preventing the formation of ice crystals and ultimately delivering higher success rates for our patients.

Age and chemotherapy treatments can dramatically impact one’s reproductive health — but, fortunately, these once previously impossible roadblocks can be overcome or circumvented through the fertility preservation services we offer at Atlantic Reproductive Center.

Call our fertility clinic toll-free at (855) 248-8777 and make an appointment to meet with our board-certified doctors, who serve patients from Raleigh, Cary, Chapel Hill, Durham, Fayetteville and beyond. We also offer satellite monitoring in Wilmington and Morehead City.