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Fertility After Cryosurgery When A Child
Does having cryotherapy due to adnormal pap affect fertility and chance of getting pregnant and carrying baby to term?
It does not: It saves many livesGet a more detailed answer ›
Does receieving cryotherapy or LEEP due to hpv/ abnormal pap affect fertility and chances of having kids?
Pregnant 3x one child, 1 abortion & 1 miscarriage. I had cryotherapy due to abnormal cells. I haven't been pregnant in 14yrs am I infertile ?
My aunt on my father's side was not able to have children. I am ready to have a child now and would like to know some ways I could increase fertility.
Fertility : In seeking fertility and pregnancy readiness, I recommend healthy diet, regular exercise, and daily prenatal vitamins. Emotional readiness is also important in pregnancy and when this topic comes up with my teen patients as yourself, I suggest waiting since pregnancy can be more physically, mentally, and emotionally tougher on teens. I'd like to consult more: healthtap.com/vanessanealmd PNYTKV. ...Read more
Yes: Good healthy swimmers at 20 doesn't mean 2 decades of life in between didn't bring along a new variables that might impair fertility. Toxic exposures, infection, etc can drop fertility. The female involved may also contribute to success of failure of any parenting attempt for a variety of reasons. Assessment of the couple by a fertility team could give you some specific answers. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Could the use of fertility drugs for several years possibly be the reason my child has situs inversus totalis ? Also did invitro's with a serrogate
Can I call fertility clinic to get update on health history of donor and her family now that child is 12?
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