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No: This drug is not used in the treatment of pcos. ...Read more
Danazol allergy: Danazol is a hormone that is used to treat conditions such as endometriosis & fibrocystic breast disease. An allergy occurs when your body’s immune system creates antibodies to a foreign substance causing a reaction that can be mild to severe. For potential adverse effects see: http://www.rxlist.com/danazol-drug.htm ...Read more
Danazol: 1st, why r u on this? Do u have hereditary angioedema? If so, you need to sit down with ur allergist to inform them of pregnancy desire and consider alternative therapy. You also need to discuss this at length with your ob/gyn specialist before proceeding further. This is not a medication to play around with while getting pregnant. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have noticed some deepening and changing of my voice while I was taking danocrine (danazol). Is this a common side effect?
Yes.: Voice deepening is one of the known side effects of danocrine (danazol). If this side effect is severe or persistent, talk to your doctor. Tell your doctor immediately if: you have yellowing of the white part of your eyes, sever head aches, vomiting, vision problems, upset stomach that won't go away, or other signs that are upsetting and abnormal. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Dr. Diagnosed endometriosis.Is this decrease chances of conceive taking danazol i want to get pregnanat as soon as possible what should me n my husba?
Patience: I can totally understand your situation. You would like to conceive as early as possible. But you have started on Danazol and let it treat the endometriosis first. Now is not the right time. I hope you will be a mom soon. Just wait for few more months until your doctor thinks so. Good wishes ! ...Read more
Likeliness depends: on things like how close to ovulation the sexual intercourse was . Pregnancy is definitely possible with this scenario. If you don't wish to become pregnant - would consistently use protection. If you are trying to get pregnant - that would be very unwise if taking Danazol. Danazol can cause harm to a fetus. Don't have unprotected sex on Danazol. If may impact effectiveness of oral contraceptives. ...Read more
I have been taking danazol for 3 months to treat endometriosis. I want to conceive. After stopping danazol, how long do I have to wait to get pregnant?
Non medical : Danazol can be used for fibrocystic changes (fcc) but is not used too often. Most of us recommend simple interventions like decreasing caffeine intake and reducing stress. Over the counter meds like vitamin E or evening primrose can be used as well. You may want to seek out a breast specialist for evaluation and review of non medical options. ...Read more
What to do if I have fibrocystic breast condition and have been prescribed danazol. is that the only cure?
Questionable: Fibrocystic disease represents the change in effect of estrogen on the breast from the young patient where fibroadenomas develop to the duct system which causes intermittent blockage from lining overgrowth which produces fibrocystic disease in the older patient. Danazol is a drug that lowers estrogen levels and increases androgen levels. This puts the body in a state that is like menopause ...Read more
Does ladogal (danazol) helps on producing platelets in blood? I have acute myelogenous leaukemia and i've been prescribed with this medicine.
My trans vaginal scan shows endometriosis for that doctor advise me danazol 200mg tds.For 3 to 6 months as I have no baby for 3yearz marriage time?
Worrisome: A 27 year old female comments that her doctor used transvaginal ultrasound to "show endometriosis". I am not aware that ultrasound can be used to make this diagnosis. Perhaps a gynecologist can confirm or refute this diagnostic phenomenon. In my opinion, the diagnosis of endometriosis should only be made if tissue pathology confirms. ...Read more
Im married fr 2 years but no issue yet . After 3 months of danazol therapy, how soon can I get pregnant ? As i want to concieve as soon as possible
Problem?: It depends on what you are being treated for. ...Read more