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Explain the risks for me of my mother taking a medication called des?
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Dr. Casey Younkin
Obstetrics & Gynecology
In brief: Uterus and vagina.
Female infants of mothers who got des in pregnancy were possiibly affected.
They could have uterine malformations making it hard to carry a baby to term. Vaginal or cervical adenosis is glandular tissue. Rarely, clear cell cancer of the cervix could occur.

In brief: Uterus and vagina.
Female infants of mothers who got des in pregnancy were possiibly affected.
They could have uterine malformations making it hard to carry a baby to term. Vaginal or cervical adenosis is glandular tissue. Rarely, clear cell cancer of the cervix could occur.
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