All patients, whose disease or its treatment may impair fertility or cause early menopause, are at risk for loss of fertility. Fertility preservation options should be addressed by health care providers as part of standard care for patients who are in their reproductive years. The non-malignant diseases (or its treatment) which may impair fertility or cause early menopause are listed below.
In addition to providing fertility preservation information for health care providers, the Oncofertility Consortium has also created fertility preservation patient facts sheets for the non-malignant conditions listed below.
For a complete list of non-oncologic conditions that may threaten fertility, view chapters in the sixth book in the oncofertility series here.
|Search Conditions Alphabetically|
|A-C | D-F | G-I | J-L | M-O | P-R | S-U | V-Z
|DiGeorge syndrome (22q deletion syndrome)|
|Fragile X-associated Primary Ovarian Insufficiency (FXPOI)|
|Hurler syndrome (MPS I)|
|Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD)|
|Sickle Cell Anemia|
|Systemic Lupus Erythematosus (SLE)|