Ovarian tissue freezing
This is a significantly less commonly used method where a portion of the ovary is taken via laparoscopic surgery, then it is divided into small cubes, which are in turn frozen in liquid nitrogen and preserved until you are cured.
The procedure is quick, but the hospital stay will last 2-3 days.
This approach requires a repeat surgery after you have been cured, in order to implant the thawed pieces into the ovary.
The procedure is mainly applicable to girls in their pre-puberty years. Despite the fact that ovarian tissue freezing was considered an experimental method until very recently, hundreds of cases of women giving birth successfully after this procedure have been reported in recent years.