Doctor insights on:
Fibroadenoma Linked With Pregnancy
When your due date arrives, you will be more than ready to have your baby! Most women deliver the baby somewhere between 37 and 42 weeks. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, only 5% of babies arrive on the exact due date. Approximately 7% of babies are not delivered by 42 weeks, and when that happens, it is referred to ...Read more
I'm having breast MRI with contrast . Family history of brac mutation . I have pcos . Worried about being early in pregnancy not knowing is MRI safe?
Probably safe: There are safety concerns about the effects of both the MRI (heat and noise) and of the contrast on the fetus although probably safe. Also, the test may be useless because even large tumors may be missed on an MRI obtained during pregnancy because of the changes taking place to allow milk production .Better to have a pregnancy test and be sure it is negative before a screening breast mri. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes!: Growth of baby puts pressure on pelvic veins, and together with increased blood volume of pregnancy, internal hemorrhoidal engorgement follows=>noticeable hemorrhoid growth. Increasedclotting factors --needed for delivery--also make external blood clots more likely and may need treatment by physician. ...Read more
It will: The main concern is this connective tissue disease casuses the main blood vessel including the aortal wall to become weak and have propensity for aneurysm and rupture . If some bod who wants to be the has any active vascular problem as result of ehelers-danlos , it is very important to consult cardiologists ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
With a previous diagnosis of atypical lobular hyperplasia, is it wiser to terminate a pregnancy at age 49 to avoid increase breast cancer risk?
No simple answer: This question is too complex to answer in this format--please see a breast surgeon to discuss. Population studies note a higher risk of breast cancer just after pregnancies, likely related to women who have existing (hormone-sensitive) cancers in their breast during pregnancy. Also, first pregnancies late in life are associated w/increase breast ca risk. How this might affect you is hard to know. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No: Breast feeding doesn't suppress ovulation more than a month or two in most women, so it won't suppress cysts (most of which are follicles or eggs) and it certainly won't prevent ovarian tumors entirely. Obviously too if it prevent endometrial thickening most breast feeders who conceived would miscarry as well. Pregnancy does have some positive effect on non genentic ovarian cancer prevention. ...Read more
Bilateral nipple discharge with stimulation, cytology was negative, no lump or mass seen on u/s.Is this accurate test for breast cancer?
Sort of: Cytology is not a great test to rule out cancer in the case of nipple discharge. Ultrasound is a good test but also doesn't rule out cancer. However bilateral discharge, only with stimulation, is extremely unlikely to represent cancer, especially at your age. Unilateral, spontaneous discharge is more concerning, as is bloody nipple discharge. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can ovarian cancer be caused by hormones like some breast cancers? I had a false-positive pregnancy test and have ovarian cancer.
Yes: Fibrocystic breast changes and symptoms can often be felt more on one side than the other or only on one side. The discharge should be clear or yellowish. You should never see blood, as this is definitely abnormal and needs to be checked out. If you feel a lump or think you have a cyst, a sonogram should be performed to confirm that it is a fluid lump and nothing solid. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My ultrasound shows multiple ovoid lesions in both breasts features may present fibrodenomas .Does it increase future risk of breast cancer?
Depends: Simple fibroadenomas do not increase risk of breast cancer. However, some fibroadenomas are complex and do have a small increased lifetime risk for cancer. The practical issue is how many, how large and how many to biopsy/sample and how to follow up if they are not removed. Go see a surgical onoclogist or general surgeon with experience and special interest/expertise on breast disease ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes: All women with marfan syndrome at increased risk for complications during pregnancy. Any woman with marfan syndrome and pregnant should be cared for by an obstetrician with the expertise needed to manage potentially life-threatening cardiovascular complications.Women with an aortic root above 4.0 cm are at greater risk and risk of rupture appears to increase proportionally with aortic root size, . ...Read more
Is there any proved research that taking hormonal-based contraceptive could cause or trigger breast cancer or cervix cancer as well as fallopian cyst?
No: no connectionGet a more detailed answer ›
- Talk to a doctor live online for free
- Fibroadenoma and pregnancy
- Does breast fibroadenoma cause nipple discharge during pregnancy?
- Ask a doctor a question free online
- Fibroadenoma foods
- Surgery for fibroadenoma
- Excision of fibroadenoma
- Treatment for fibroadenoma
- Talk to a gynecologist online for free