Do fertility drugs cause breast cancer?

No. We would love to know what causes any cancer. No! The drugs they give women for infertility can increase their rate of release of eggs from their ovaries. They also play around with the viscosity of the cervical mucus. It is somewhat complicated to explain in 400 characters or less but they DO NOT cause cancer.

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I am a young mum who has just been diagnosed with breast cancer I wanted to know what my treatment options are and possible fertility issues?

Multiple. You have multiple options but you need to be more specific with your information. Need to know type of breast cancer, stage, response to hormones, genotype, etc before your answer can be addressed accurately. Read more...
Chin up, stay strong. Hi beatrice, i am so sorry to hear ab your diagnosis. At stage 2 you have an excellent chance of being cured. Because the lymph nodes are involved you should strongly consider chemo to improve your chances. You need to see a fertility specialist prior to starting to talk about embryo/egg preservation. Chemo may decrease your ability to have another baby. Discuss w oncologist. I am rooting for you! Read more...

What are the real causes of breast cancer? Who should be afraid?

Many factors. Established risk factors include: female gender, age, family history, genetics, personal history of breast cancer, radiation t chest/face prior to age 30, prior history of certain benign breast lesions, white women, overweight, not having a full term pregnancy by age 30, and others. Refer to http://www.breastcancer.org/risk/factors for more detail. This reflects the large amount of research done. Read more...
Not afraid. There are risk factors that increase the risk of breast cancer. Dr. Bauer expertly listed those factors so I won't go over it again. Just wanted to say that fear serves no purpose other than ruining your life. Be aware, be alert, be informed, but do not live in fear. Read more...

Help! Could squeezing the breast really hard cause breast cancer?

NO. Studies shows ( u k ) trauma ( injury ) as a the cause of cancer did not prove , so the answer is no , but causes moderate epithelial growth. Read more...