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Can Someone Who Has Removed Fibroids Have A Child
Can a person who had a hysterectomy and who has her ovaries but has lupus harvest her eggs to do invitro with a suraget?
Uterine fibroids are the most common pelvic tumor in women. 1 of every 3 women of child-bearing age have these tumors and up to 80% of african-american women have fibroids. They are often asymptomatic but they can also cause significant symptoms. It is the most common cause of heavy menstrual bleeding. Pelvic pain and increased urinary frequency ...Read more
Sure: Yes . If the person with the crohn's was female, it is generally harder to get pregnant and more difficult for the woman. ...Read more
Have a cousin who is a alcoholic && just been diagnosed with liver failure. Will not tell the docs that she has a problem. Can she get a trans plant?
Yes: Encourage your cousin to discuss her alcohol intake with the doctor. Doc probably knows already. Depending on other factors heavy drinking may not prevent transplant, but alcoholism needs a daily program of recovery, otherwise your cousin is at risk for death due to other causes besides her liver failure, namely fatal trauma, suicide & imprisonment, common in alcoholism regardless of economics. ...Read more
Help them grieve: As with any loss you need to provide comfort and support. They will need time to grieve. Don't try to minimize or trivialize it. ...Read more
Hard to say: If you get past the social/behavioral issues of addiction, there is hope. There is no guarantee that any man can father kids, but the effect of prior drug use has less effect on men than women. Sperm are continuously generated from stem cells where past drug use has little effect.Healthier sperm swim better and are more available for conception.So there is not as much wory about birth defects. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
If a guy who is not a hemophilia patient, but has an uncle (mother's brother) who has the disease, can he carry the gene?
No: No, he cannot. The gene for hemophilia is on the x chromosome. Since a man has only one x chromosome, if he had the gene, it would express itself. That means he would show sings of hemophilia. There are only female carriers of the gene. Males will either have the disease or won't have it. ...Read more
Many do: The first step is to treat the std. Many of these can cause miscarriage or fetal damage. Once treated (if treatable), pregnancy can have a normal outcome.For some std's with chronic recurrent features, pregnancy can be established during a period of good control or remission & progress normally if certain precautions are taken. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes: While the vaccine was under development, random blood studies showed the majority of women had evidence of prior HPV by their mid 20's.Most went on to have healthy kids.It is only after the tie in with cervical cancer that more testing was done, and the vaccine developed.Genital warts can pass if mother is shedding virus during vaginal delivery, erupting up to 2 years later in the baby. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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Yes she can: The egss(donor) from the sister can be used for the other sister's pregnancy. The "mother" would be the designated sister who received the fertilized egg, unless she is a surrogate mother.Always consult with an attorney to make sure that "parental rights" are made clear from the outset with a legally binding agreement. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have an au pair who will be returning from visiting 2 family members in Jamaica who have Chikungunya. Should she be quarantined and for how long?
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