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What are some serious vaginal diseases that DES daughters can get and what are the symtoms?
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Dr. Casey Younkin
Obstetrics & Gynecology
In brief: Infert. and cancer
Des (diethyl-stilbestrol) was an estrogen-like drug given to pregnant women to prevent miscarriage.
It causes female offspring to have uterine malformations, vaginal adenosis that can be disabling, and a rare kind of cancer, clear cell cancer of the cervix. There may not be any symptoms. Des has not been used since the 60"s.

In brief: Infert. and cancer
Des (diethyl-stilbestrol) was an estrogen-like drug given to pregnant women to prevent miscarriage.
It causes female offspring to have uterine malformations, vaginal adenosis that can be disabling, and a rare kind of cancer, clear cell cancer of the cervix. There may not be any symptoms. Des has not been used since the 60"s.
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