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Can myomaa makes a woman difficult to get pregnant?

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Dr. Creighton Wright
surgery 58 years experience
Leiomyomatosis: A small single is a nuisance, but can be tolerated. Multiple and large can be a problem. See your ob.
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Is it true that having a cat makes a woman unable to get pregnant ?

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Dr. Robert Kwok
Pediatrics 35 years experience
Not true: Trading in the cat for a husband will greatly increase a woman's chances of pregnancy. But, if she already has both a man and a cat, having the cat provides no contraception. In the U.S., cat worries are regarding Toxoplasma (a tiny parasite that cats can have). If a woman gets pregnant first, and then catches Toxoplasma, her baby fetus can be damaged. That's our usual concern about cats.
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