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Could a guy that once had leukemia treatmenthave children?
5 doctors weighed in

Dr. Stanley Weiss
Internal Medicine - Oncology
3 doctors agree
In brief: Yes
It depends upon the type of therapy a person received.
For men who have completed thereapy, analysis of semen by a urologist interested in reproductive issues may help with guidance. Some men who have already reached puberty before therapy may choose to bank their sperm to give an added chance at fathering children.

In brief: Yes
It depends upon the type of therapy a person received.
For men who have completed thereapy, analysis of semen by a urologist interested in reproductive issues may help with guidance. Some men who have already reached puberty before therapy may choose to bank their sperm to give an added chance at fathering children.
Dr. Stanley Weiss
Dr. Stanley Weiss
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Dr. Anthony Back
Internal Medicine - Oncology
2 doctors agree
In brief: Possibly
Many men who have had treatment for leukemia are infertile afterwards but not everyone.
So i'd recommend a sperm evaluation.

In brief: Possibly
Many men who have had treatment for leukemia are infertile afterwards but not everyone.
So i'd recommend a sperm evaluation.
Dr. Anthony Back
Dr. Anthony Back
Thank
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