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A 45-year-old female asked about a 17-year-old female:

My 17yo daughter was diagnosed with endometriosis and adenomyosis. her doctor recommended a birth control pills. isnt this risky for her since she has an aunt who died in breast cancer? for my daughters case, if not pills, what could be options?

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Dr. Harold Fields
Family Medicine 63 years experience
The birth control in low dosage is the recommended treatment for her condition. The fact that her aunt had Breast Ca is not a reason to give her treatment. Good Luck
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