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Can Sepsis Make Me Infertile
Yes: ....But very unlikely. Tb (tuberculosis) is primarily a respiratory infection, however, extra-pulmonary (outside of the lungs) infections can occur. If such and infection occurred in the reproductive organs, infertility theoretically could happen. Such an infection would be extremely rare. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Tubes may be damaged: Chlamydia infections don't always cause infertility, but can lead to pelvic inflammatory disease which can cause damage to the fallopian tubes and even damage to the ovaries as well. This can increase the chances of difficulty getting pregnant, tubal pregnancy (ectopic pregnancy) or low egg supply (diminished ovarian reserve). Get treated asap and see a fertility md if you are trying to conceive. ...Read more
Yes: Drinking too much alcohol can affect your fertility. Alcoholism can affect the hormone system of your body, as well as affect the nutrition that you get out of food. These effects may resolve after you stop drinking, or they may become permanent. However, you should not count on alcohol making you sterile or impossible to father or conceive a child. Also, you should not drink while pregnant. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Yes: Chemotherapy can be even more damaging when patients are at the later part of their reproductive years. Ask your oncologist for a referral to a fertility specialist who can offer treatments such as egg and/or embryo preservation before you begin chemotherapy. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes. Why do you ask?: It can be destroyed, or nearly so, by acute hepatitis b, yellow fever, Acetaminophen overdose, taking the wrong 'holistic herbal remedy' (you don't know what they really are), or a genetic liver disease such as wilson's or one of the fatty acid metabolism defects. There are forms of childhood cirrhosis. Some teens are already drinking heavily enough to endanger the liver. ...Read more
The main way is that: In some women it can block and ruin your tubes. ...Read more
UR in the majority: 70 - 80% of SS males are circumcised, so you don't have to feel different in health club shower. You experience more friction & possibly less penile sensation during sex, but possibly have longer between penile insertion & climax. It is easier 4U to keep your penis clean & you won't develop phimosis or thr very rare penile cancer. ...Read more
Exercising: There are many young women who are superb athletes but take time off to have a child, then at an appropriate time go back to being superb athletes. Do you already have children? If so how old? Have you seen your obstetrician/gynecologist about your concerns? If not, I would advise you to see one of them ...Read more
Endometriosis: Over time endometrial tissue may grow & spread into the ovaries & may occlude the fallopian tubes. Blood in ovaries may form into cysts. The endometrial tissue responds to hormones that cause normal menstrual bleeding. Repeated inflammation can lead to formation of scar tissues. These changes can lead to fertility problems. ...Read more
PCO: It will definitely not kill you! if you have pcos your irregular cycles will make it harder, though not impossible, to conceive. ...Read more
Spread: Pharyngitis infections are near systems critical to your health such as the larynx and epiglottis. If a pharyngeal infections gets very bad it can form an abscess , occlude you airway even spread to tissues in the larynx. Now you would be getting quite ill before all these horrible events happen. Its important to treat pharyngeal bacterial infections when fever is involved or symptom worsen ...Read more
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