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Safer options: Since Takayasu arteritis causes inflammation, thickening, narrowing, and scarring of blood vessels and can decrease blood flow to major organs, estrogen's increase in clotting factors and blood clots make it inadvisible. There are progestin only pills and other methods of contraception that are safer. your options with your doctor. Best wishes.Hope this helps. ...Read more
Yes: Bcp use is not associated with any significant incidence of breast cancer regardless of risk factors, however, certain breast cancers can grow in response to estrogen use. It is advised to begin cancer screening 10 years before your mother was first diagnosed with breast cancer. This should include yearly physician exam and mammography, ultrasound, and/or mri, depending on age and risk factors. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes: Most of herpes viral infection in newborns happens when their mothers had a primary herpes infection during the pregnancy. Women who have had same infection prior to current pregnancy are much less likely to transmit the infection to their newborns, even if they experience flare-up of infection during the pregnancy. ...Read more
Some do, some don't: Most commonly, yes, after pregnancy women's breasts go back to their original size both with and without breastfeeding. Having said that, some women experience that their breasts are smaller after pregnancy, and some women experience breasts that stay larger. Age, weight gain and pre-pregnancy weight can affect this as well. ...Read more
Yes: Not all breast cancers are hereditary or with receptors to hormones. Because you are younger, the risk is smaller. But keep in mind, your risk for breast ca is higher than the population. My suggestion is cont with the pill but do monthly self breast checks and do your mammogram every 2 yrs if the history is birads 1 or 2. ...Read more
If a female has pcos and her period becomes regular without the use of birth control pills, will she be able to become pregnant naturally?
A pcos woman after giving birth what are the factors that affect breast feeding?when should she start ocp and spironolactone again?
No special effect: PCOS patients should be able to breastfeed as well as anyone. There are no specific requirements or needs. Any non hormonal birth control or more specifically non Estrogen containing birth control method is appropriate to use to prevent pregnancy while breastfeeding. There is no urgent need to restart Spironolactone. ...Read more
If a baby suckles a woman who has never been pregnant, will woman eventually start to produce breast milk?
Possibly: In the old days "wet nurses" would breast feed another woman's baby for a prolonged period, but most of these wet nurses originally started lactating from their own pregnancies. ...Read more
Most likely, yes: There are different types / severities of thalassemia, so the risk of pregnancy and giving birth varies depending on the exact diagnosis. Alpha thal trait / silent carrier and beta-thal minor should have no problems. Hemoglobin h disease and beta-thal major will require special attention. The baby will also have a risk for developing thalassemia and genetic counseling is recommended if possible. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes: Cesarian section does not prevent vertical transmission of hepatitis b. All the infants born to hepatitis b positive mothers receive Hepatitis B Immune Globulin in addition to Hepatitis B Vaccine within 12 hours from birth. Two subsequent doses of hep-b vaccine are given to them at 2 and 6 months of age just as to other infants. ...Read more
See below: Hydronephrosis may have left you with a reduced kidney function, which may affect your pregnancy. The doctor can help you understand the risks of taking contraceptive pills vs the hazards if any of a pregnancy with reduced kidney function. It all depends on the extent of loss of kidney function. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
What happen if a girl takes contraceptive pills before menarche? Will it hinder her future cycles?
Yes: Starting birth control pills prior to menarche may inhibit the completion of puberty. Menstrual periods on bcp are drug induced & not "natural". The hormones in bcp will inhibit the function & feedback between the hypothalamus, pituitary gland and ovaries. This is not a good idea. Young women need to complete puberty prior to starting bcp. ...Read more
It is possible: Yes, this can occur but is not a consistent finding. ...Read more
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