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What causes ovaries to produce less testosterone and lh? Could it be from tubal ligation?

What causes ovaries to produce less testosterone and lh? Could it be from tubal ligation?

Ovaries produce: Limited testosterone (less than 25% of the total) and lh comes from the pituitary gland not the ovary. If you are overweight, diet/exercise/weight loss is essential. Treatment with metformin may help if you have pcos. Check your doctor. ...Read more

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Hypothyroidism (Definition)

A condition in which the thyroid gland can't make enough thyroid hormone to keep ...Read more


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Could a high ca125 be due to pelvic adhesions?

Could a high ca125  be due to pelvic adhesions?

No: Adhesions and ca-125 would be unrelated. An isolated elevation of ca-125 with no other clinical information or physical findings is of questionable importance. Would need to see a gynecologist for an evaluation. ...Read more

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Could my pregnancy have lead to gallbladder problems?

Could my pregnancy have lead to gallbladder problems?

Yes: During pregnancy there may be significant alteration of function in your digestive tract. For those who have a familial tendency for gallbladder disease or development of stones, decreased mobility/increased stasis or slowing of your gallbladder function will often cause symptoms to appear for the first time. However, pregnancy itself does not alone cause gallbladder disease. ...Read more

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Could hypothyroidism cause you to become permanently infertile?

Could hypothyroidism cause you to become permanently infertile?

Hypothyroidism: Hypothyroidism cannot cause complete infertility but may contribute to the underlying condition. It may cause you to miscarry a normal pregnancy as well. It is easily diagnosed and corrected so you can contact your physician to get this taken care of quickly. ...Read more

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Besides impeding ovulation, what other fertility issues can hypo and/or hyperthyroidism cause, if any?

Besides impeding ovulation, what other fertility issues can hypo and/or hyperthyroidism cause, if any?

Hypo/hyper: They can effect motility of the cilia for tubal transport of the egg and effect the endometrial stripe. Which may interfere with implantation and the luteal phase of a cycle therefore lower progesterone levels ...Read more

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Could elevated troponin levels be related to thyroid or infertility problems?

Could elevated troponin levels be related to thyroid or infertility problems?

Very rarely, : Patients diagnosed with amyloidosis could have elevated troponin and thyroid dysfunction simultaneously... But this is rare...http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/pmc1860726/. ...Read more

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Can chlamydia cause infertility without having tubal blockage?

Can chlamydia cause infertility without having tubal blockage?

Yes: Chlamydia seem to target the sensitive membranes of the Fallopian tubes and infestation can bring scarring. That scarring can impair the normal movement of eggs to the uterus and make chances of a life threatening tubal pregnancy possible. ...Read more

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Could having a tubal cause you to enter into early menopause?

Could having a tubal cause you to enter into early menopause?

Hormone changes: No,tubal ligation does not change or affect hormones,hence no change in menstruation cycles or menopause. ...Read more

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Can a partial hysterectomy lead to ovarian failure?

Can a partial hysterectomy lead to ovarian failure?

Not likely: If you mean removing the uterus no probleably not. It is possible for some of the blood supply to the ovary to be interrupted but it is not very likely as the ovary has major blood vessels coming from two places. ...Read more

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Could be coronary slow flow due to microvascular dysfunction?

Could be coronary slow flow due to microvascular dysfunction?

Microvascular Dysfun: Yes. It is one of the cause. There are other causes too. ...Read more

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Could you possibly reverse a tubal ligation?

Could you possibly reverse a tubal ligation?

Usually yes: A majority of tubal ligations can be reversed. If the tube is completely remove this obviously cannot be reversed. Occasionally parts of the fallopian tube will be buried within the back of the uterus and this cannot be repaired. Also if the tube is burnt in three separate places this doesn't allow enough to be repaired. Always seek reversal by experienced micro surgeons such as reproductive endocrinologist. ...Read more

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Help! could soy lead to bowel obstruction?

Help! could soy lead to bowel obstruction?

No medical evidence: To suggest that soy intake will lead to bowel obstruction (that I am aware of), which is usually caused by adhesions from previous surgery or infection, tumors, or inflammatory bowel disease. It is conceivable that, if you have a partial or intermittent obstruction, high fiber food will aggravate this condition. ...Read more

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How successful is fallopian tube repair? I have two blocked tubes due to previous infection

Not very: While fallopian tube repair after sterilization can have a high success rate in some cases, success rates are much lower if the tubes are blocked as a result of infection - so much so that most if not all infertility physicians would reccomend ivf rather than trying to repair them. ...Read more

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Can constipation lead to appendicitis or clogged arteries?

Can constipation lead to appendicitis or clogged arteries?

Possible: Constipation may lead to hard stool which may enter the lumen of appendix ( facecloth ) leads to appendicitis Clogged arteries lead to mesenteric thrombosis and cause the lethal gangrene of bowel , fortunately it is rare . ...Read more

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What would cause your fallopian tube to collapse?

What would cause your fallopian tube to collapse?

Scarring...: Scarring of the fallopian tubes can occur from multiple causes, but one of most common is from a sexually transmitted disease infection. You should see your family practice physician or ob/gyn. ...Read more

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Can hashimoto disease cause my periods to be irregular?

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Can hashimoto disease cause my periods to be irregular?

Possible: Thyroid dysfunction can cause menstrual irregularities, but other causes should be ruled out too if periods don't be come regular after correction of thyroid function c ...Read more