The Use Of Drugs And Their Relation To Women’s Fertility?
Hello, I want to ask whether lung spots and other doctor’s medicines will affect the disruption of women’s fertility? Before getting married I was often sick and was late for my first menstrual period … thank you
Thank you for the question.
A woman's fertility can be influenced by a variety of factors, including genetics, age, lifestyle, activities undertaken, diet, hormonal conditions, illnesses (such as diabetes, endometriosis, pelvic inflammation, thyroid gland disorders), as well as the treatment. There are several types of drugs (not all) that are known to affect fertility. The several types of drugs in question are:
Anti-cancer drugs and chemotherapy Steroid drugs, such as hormonal birth control, muscle-enhancing drugs Antibiotic drugs, such as sulfasalazine and cotrimoxazole Others, for example spironolactone, cimetidine, colchicine, opiates, neuroleptic agents, etc. But often, the effects of these drugs are only temporary , and can be restored by itself after the drug is no longer consumed. So, if you have stopped undergoing oozing, but you still have difficulty getting pregnant, then there may be other factors that underlie it, as mentioned above.
Better, you consult yourself directly to the doctor or obstetrician to be clarified, whether there are serious conditions that interfere with your fertility. Your doctor can recommend that you undergo further tests, such as blood tests, ultrasound, hormone tests, and some of them. If necessary, your husband will also be tested for fertility by sperm analysis, blood tests, and so on. Thus, you and your partner can be directed as to what the right pregnancy program if indeed you both plan to have a baby.
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