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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?
12w pregnant had a mild abnormal pap smear can this harm the baby? Can I wait after birth to have cryosurgery?
Abnormal Paps: will not harm your baby, but it may complicate the delivery process or timing of it if you have advanced abnormal pathology, i.e. if the dysplasia is higher stage and involves more cervix. Please consult with your OBGYN provider about this issue at the next prenatal visit. Thanks for trusting in HealthTap. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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 ?
Absolutely: Cryotherapy, a procedure i assume was used with you to destroy abnormal cells on your cervix, simply and literally causes frostbite on the cells affected. No chemicals or radiation that could have deleterious effects on your baby are used. The only problem is it could (but apparently didn't) trigger contractions, but is much more likely to occur if the procedure takes place later in pregnancy. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Hpv treatment hello I have been told by my doctor that I am HPV positive and have CIN 2 and need treatment. He said either cone biopsy using the leep method or cryotherapy. I am really scared bc I am 32 years old and never had a baby. I am a student that
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
Yes, it depends on: the cause of the Addisons and whether it has been properly treated. Addison's can be caused by either primary adrenal failure or secondary failure due to pituitary reasons and there can be coexisting other hormonal dysfunction. There is a report of a male with infertility, whose sperm count improved significantly after appropriate treatment. See:https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/16580396 ...Read more
Can I call fertility clinic to get update on health history of donor and her family now that child is 12?
I conceived my first child on a fertility drug is it possible for me to get pregnant without any help now?
How soon after cervical cautery can my husband and I TTC? It's to treat an erosion. And will the procedure affect my fertility? Already have 1 child
Will a second laparoscopy to remove min/mild endometriosis restore my fertility again? I had one to conceive my 2nd child in 2012 naturally.
26 y.o. 5th mo TTC 2nd child. Recently diagnosed with a "large Nabthian cyst" on my cervix measuring 2.5cm. Can this be affecting my fertility?
Nabathian Cyst: Large nabothian cysts may block cervical orifice which may block the upward movement of sperms. Smaller nabothian cysts that are away from cervical orifice have no effect on fertility. Cyst removal may be indicated in some case where there is a pain due to cyst or infertility. Cyst could be removed by cauterizing or freezing methods. ...Read more
Can extensive fasting have adverse effect on fertility and sperm count? What can be the causes and effects of regular ejaculation in child bearing?
No for short term...: From what i know, fasting would not impact fertility and sperm count until the extreme end-stage of malnutrition and dying. Ejaculation to shoot the sperm-containing semen into birth canal is the natural must to make women pregnant. But remember viable sperms move and travel to where is suitable for their survival to fertilize the egg. Of course, the women receiving semen get to be functional... ...Read more
Is it common to have difficulty conceiving again after having your first child? I got pregnant with my first child very quickly, but am having trouble getting pregnant again. Is this common? What are my fertility options?
If : If you got pregnant easily the first time but are having trouble the second time around, you may be experiencing what we call â€œsecondary infertility.â€ this situation is common since many women allow years to pass between pregnancies. The older a woman becomes, the more common infertility becomes. If you were 25 when you had your first child and now youâ€™re 40, itâ€™s not surprising youâ€™re finding it difficult. If youâ€™re younger than 35 and over a year has elapsed since you started trying to get pregnant the second time around, or if youâ€™re 35 or older and more than six months have passed, you might consider scheduling a consultation with your doctor and your partner to discuss options for fertility testing and treatment. Your fertility options depend on the cause of your secondary infertility diagnosis, but they may include fertility-enhancing drugs such as Clomiphene citrate or fertility interventions such as artificial insemination or in vitro fertilization. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Over 7yrs of trying to conceive with my second child and still no luck and I can't afford fertility treatment so what can I do?
Try the internet: and google "free fertility services" or "free ivf". There are many charitable foundations that pay - not all of - but towards the costs of artificial reproductive techniques. You may find one in your area. Also, many fertility doctors/clinics offer payment plans. Ask several clinics what their "baby-take-home" rate is. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can nerve supply to cremasteric muscle be damaged in a surgery on testis of a child ? What happens if this occur ? Will it affect his fertility ?
I had my tubes tied 11 years ago. My new husband want a child together. Insurance will not cover fertility treatments.how can we have a child together?
Consider your facts: You might be able to have your eggs harvested at a fertility center, fertilized with hubbies sperm and have an embryo inserted in your womb, bypassing the tubes. There is no guarantee it would work and would be expensive. If you are set on the idea you need to come up with a way to pay for it along with money to feed, clothe and educate another kid to adulthood. Sounds like a problem. ...Read more
Can fertility be restored if it was lost due to an std? I am a 20 year old female who has a child, but has been unable to have another. I've had an STD before and i believe that it is the reason why.
It depends....: What STD? Explan why you "believe" the STD is the cause of your infertility. Has infertility been professionally evaluated? Has your doctor said the cause? If you had pelvic inflammatory disease (PID) that blocked your tubes, it will be difficult to conceive, but treatment may still be possible, e.g. special surgery or in vitro fertilization. Ask your doctor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
None: To my knowledge there is no link. Hereditary male infertility is mostly related to the y-chromosome. Bi-polar disorder is a multifactorial disorder with a genetic component. However there is a link with age of father and bipolar disorder. Children of fathers > 50 years of age are at higher risk of getting bipolar disorder. ...Read more
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