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Sterile Pads Medication
Antipsychotics causes Dopamine blockade increasing levels of Prolactin which causes unovulation and irregular menstrual cycles due to decrease levels of Follicle stimulating hormones and Estrogen. It also causes decrease libido, galactorrhea and osteoporosis.
For man, the there is decrease in testosterone and galactorrhea and decrease libido. ...Read more
Don't count on it: Please continue to use contraception and practice safe sex. If you believe you are having infertility problems, you should seek medical help to evaluate the cause of infertility. Many men who take schizophrenia medication are able to father children. Sterility is not a common side effect of medications. ...Read more
Can you tell me for some women, secretion of gnrh is inadequate, they're consider sterile and are treated drugs that mimic it?
GnRH secretion: Some women (and men) fail to secrete GnRH from the hypothalamus (part of the brain). Therefore, there is no signal to the pituitary to make reproductive hormones (FSH and LH). In Europe, Factrel is available via an automated pump. In the US, we give fertility pts FSH and hCG to cause ovulation. For those women not trying to conceive, estrogen and progesterone hormone replacement is given. ...Read more
Perhaps: Opioid drugs lower testosterone in men and interfere with the menstrual cycle in females; both can contribute to infertility. Thc also reduces testosterone and sperm counts but I am unaware if it will lead to menstrual problems without other co-occurring medical diseases. Use of stimulant drugs and/or alcohol may lead to malnutrition which may reduce fertility as well. ...Read more
Maybe!: People may choose to adopt for many reasons, including inability to have children. Adoptive parents have to be screened though, and it is often expensive to adopt. Check the procedures required to do so in your state. Here's a page about adopting kids in Illinois: http://www. Adoptioncenterofillinois. Org/whats-it-all-about/ ...Read more
Testing by doctors: To see if a person is sterile, tests are done by doctors. For men, semen analysis can tell how many sperm are there, and whether they are normal or abnormal. For women, doctors look at hormone levels, check ovaries for egg follicles, check uteri and fallopian tubes for obstructions, etc... ...Read more
Which pills: Are you referring to? Please clarify and re-ask question. ...Read more
Sterility: There are several of them e.g., hpogonadism, Karatagener's syndrome, prolactinoma etc ...Read more
Male fertility: No. An oral male contraceptive has never been brought to market. Vasectomy remains the most effective male contraceptive but should be considered permanent ...Read more
Female fertility is dependent on a fully functioning 'female' system. Hormone changes may cause lack of periods & no ovulation (e.g. Pcos, early menopause). Also any obstruction of the fallopian tubes may cause sterility (usual cause= untreated std's e.g. Chlamydia). Fibroid tumors may develop and hinder implantation.
A woman may develop sperm anti-bodies (yes, it's possible). Other causes, too. ...Read more
Here are some. ..: Roughly, some 10-15% of couples may not have pregnancy in 1 year under unprotected sexual intercourse. As to white men's infertility I couldn't remember if there has been any specific discussion in professional conference or publication over the past 4-5 decades. So, in reality, do semen analysis to define the quality & quantity of sperms in semen, with an ejaculated semen after 2/3-day abstinence ...Read more
Can riding a bike (mountain)all ur life cause a male to be sterile? Cuz my bro. Has n he can't n hasn't had any kids.
A possibility: Cycling long distances may decrease sperm output or cause damaged/unhealthy sperm. Bouncing around on typical bike saddle can damage scrotum & testes, halting normal sperm production. Tight cycling pants & friction between body & saddle can overheat testes, which need to stay cool to keep producing sperm. Padded cycling pants & breaks 4 cooling down may help but damage may be permanent in some. ...Read more
Which changing wound dressing need sterile condition and which need clear condition? Completely answer help me a lot. With tnx
Basics of Wound Care: For surgeries, burns, and other "acute" wounds that have no contamination or people with compromised immune systems, sterile dressing changes are the way to go. For wounds that have been exposed to outside contaminants, or have not healed in a "normal" time/fashion, ("chronic wounds"), arguably, sterile really does not exist as air, dust, etc are not sterile. ...Read more
Aseptic technique is used in the preparation of sterile dosage forms in the hospital. Like TPN's, IVs made under a laminar flow hood with gown and gloves.
There is really no such thing as a aseptic pharmacist. They and the technicians use sterile procedures to compound safe and pyrogen free injectable meds. ...Read more
Sterility is. ....: Associated with some of the drugs used to treat leukemia. Of course, the probability of this occurring is proportional to exposure to these agents, which in turn is associated with the type of leukemia and the intensity of therapy needed to treat it. Examples are anthracyclines and oxazophosphorines, but there are many others. Can you give us additional information about your treatment? ...Read more
Very unlikely...: While spermatocele contains sperms, the cause for its formation is still unclear; but, one thing for sure is somehow it's connected with convoluted tubules of peididymis so sperms exist there. As to male infertility, its presence should have a little effect on it as long as semen contains enough quality sperms. But, surgery on it may cause tubule or vasal obstruction resulting in poor or no sperms ...Read more
Chemo can definitely reduce fertility. I discuss fertility with all patients of childbearing age, and offer sperm banking to men, and referral to a fertility expert for egg harvest for women.
Menstruation after chemo is generally a marker for fertility.
Chemo can induce damage to the genes in sperm and eggs, and patients shouldn't conceive during chemo due to risk of birth defects. ...Read more
Diphtheria: Not usually. The toxin is cardio toxic and the antitoxin will help with cardiac issues. Ii have not heard of sterility issues with diphtheria. I had the only case in the country 10 yrs ago. It will produce a greenish exudate and the tissue in the pharynx will slough. My patient sloughed all the tissue above her vocal cords. I had to put a breathing tube in her to save her life. ...Read more
Depends....: Certain chemotherapy regimens put patients more at risk at becoming infertile. The age at treatment and the sex of the patient also affect this risk. Much has been learned about how to help childhood cancer survivors retain fertility. There are fertility specialists who have expertise at assessing this type of risk and offering possible solutions. ...Read more