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Miscarriage Leads To Fertility Problem
R irregular periods an issue of concern fr future pregnancy n related problems?Will consumption of contraceptive pill lead to future infertility ?
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Yes: do not get pregnant for 6 months. Talk to your prescribing dermatologist if you take it orally. ...Read more
I have an intramural uterine fibroid (1.7x1.4cm). I'm trying to conceive my 2nd child. Will this fibroid cause fertility problems?
Fibroids: Fibroids can effect your ability to conceive but you GYN?OB should be able to tell that via ultrasound and manual exam. and be able to recommend whether you will need a procedure that " cleans" out your uterus called a D and C ...Read more
It depends: Fibroids sometimes affect fertility. It really depends on how big they are, how many there are, and whether they are distorting or encroaching upon the uterine cavity. Tests such as saline infusion sonograms, hsgs, and rarely mris can help determine if they're a problem or not. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
No: Hormonal contraception itself will not lead to infertility. You resume menses cycles within 4 to 8 weeks after discontinuing. However, hormonal contracpetion does not prevent sexually transmitted ddiseases, and unless you are careful using condoms with at risk partners, risk of pelvic infections is not eliminated and one should take careful precautions so tubal disease does not become a factor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes indirectly: Pernicious anemia is a deficiency of vitamin B12 and or folate (folic acid) (another b vitamin) that can lead to significant medical problems many of which affect the nervous system. Folate (folic acid) is so critical to fetal neural development that the fda recommends that all women trying to conceive or pregnant take a Folic Acid supplement of 0.4 milligrams or 400 micrograms a day. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Cervical mucus: When patients have traumatic procedures done on the cervix, such as a leep procedure for abnormal pap smears, it can damage the mucus glands. Cervical mucus is essential as a "conduit" for sperm to travel from the vagina to the uterus, and to "cleanse" sperm of extraneous elements like bacteria and white blood cells. Also, the mucus helps the sperm to be able to fertilize sperm. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Here are some ...: Detralex contains hesperidin & diosmin used as supplement to strengthen venous wall tonicity in alternative medicine, which could not be found in mainstream pharmacy; so I assumed it may help improve varicocele which has been suspected to affect sperm quality leading to impair male fertility. However, specific study for Detralex is scanty to zero. I deeply doubt if it may help varicocele at all. ...Read more
Here are some ...: Hydrocele alone (idiopathic) should not cause or be related with infertility for most men. But its related events such as rare occasions with infection, inflammation, tumors, injury/ surgery, etc. So, seek professional evaluation and counseling for individual situations before jumping into the trap of unnecessary worry. Best wish ... ...Read more
Could a TSH level of 5.6 be enough to cause fertility issues? Would fixing it boost my fertility ?
If hemotomochrosis is effecting a mans fertility when iron levels go down will this change the fertility issue?
Not necessarily: There is an excellent web site for patient information available through the mayo clinic . Once iron is deposited in tissues it is pretty much going to stay there, it can be chelated (removed chemically) from the blood stream. There may be other options for fertility however and you should seek advice from an rei along with your partner. ...Read more
Yes: Many patients have that complaint in pregnancy, and there are a number of cause. Disruption of sleep is probably the primary reason but many physiological changes in the body compete for blood and oxygen which can affect how sharp one feels. It does get better, though your teen may not agree. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No: Unless you have a complication you should be fine. ...Read more
Doctor, do vaginal infection causes pain during intercourse? It lead to miscarriage? Any problem for next pregnancy?
Yes, no: Yes, vaginal infections can lead to pain with sex. Miscarriages are usually due to unknown factors. Average vaginal infections are unlikely to cause a miscarriage. Next pregnancy will depend on the type of infection. If it is gonorrhea or chlamydia, you could have an increased risk of ectopic pregnancy next time. You should see a doctor and have a pelvic exam. ...Read more
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