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Abiplatin
...  effect on infants. This is why it is advised that the patient not get pregnant or father a child throughout the duration of the treatment. Protection and effective birth control may be used to avoid conception, but these options are also best discussed with a doctor. It is important that the patient’s response to the medication be recorded and assessed properly. Because of this, the  ...

Attention Deficit Disorder
...  to, they burst out nasty and inappropriate comments to the people around them. What happens is that these strangers that are not aware with that particular person’s ADHD problem develop a misconception and will try to avoid that person as much as possible. ADHD also conducts problems, especially in the way people deal with their families and other authorities. People who are suffering  ...

Insulin Resistance
...  liver gets worse and lead to cirrhosis of the liver, and eventually, liver cancer. Reproductive abnormalities Women who are experiencing insulin resistance will have a difficulty in ovulation and conception. They are also prone to having irregular menses, or cessation of menses. On the other hand, men who have insulin resistance do not seem to have a problem with their reproductive abilities.  ...

Aplastic Anemia
...  attention. Furthermore, there are two types of aplastic anemia: acquired aplastic anemia, which is developed during the lifetime, and hereditary aplastic anemia which is developed since birth or conception. Acquired aplastic anemia is the more common type, and the treatable one. This type could be acquired from being exposed to chemicals and other toxic materials or radiation. Other causes  ...

Dysmenorrhea
...  cause of primary dysmenorrhea is attributed to excessive levels of prostaglandins. At the beginning of the menstrual cycle, the endometrium thickens to prepare for pregnancy. When there is no conception, the built-up uterine tissue is shed through menstruation, and prostaglandins are released due to the destruction of the endometrial cells. These hormones, responsible for pains response,  ...

Vagina
...  Fallopian tubes The fallopian tubes are two tubes that are attached to the uterus and are the tunnels through which the egg cells travel through from the ovaries to the uterus. This is where conception of a baby usually occurs. The vagina is a beautiful and essential part of the human race. If the vagina did not exist, there would be no human race, because there is no way to conceive a  ...


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