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To whom should i consult for getting pregnant as i have a high antinuclear antibody with cancer cells in my cervix ?

Hi, my name is Amy. i have a very high ana level of 1:2560 and am looking at starting a family soon. i have heard that women with my condition have a higher chance of a miscarriage . I have seen numerous doctors and specialists (rheumatologists) who have said that they cant help me and that i will most likely have lupus down the track, another said that i have mixed connective tissue disease . i have been sick for 6yrs on and off now. my immune problems have made me catch a majority of illnesses from the common cold many times a year, two kidney infections very recently and pre cancer cells in my cervix. I would like to know should i see an immunologist or an obstetrician or both? My doctors have said that they dont really know what to do.
Asked On : Thu, 31 Mar 2011
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Pediatrician 's  Response
Hi Amy
Welcome to HCM
Read your prob, you have been suffering from immunmediated disease eighter it is lupus or other connective tissue disorder. in such type of diease there is high chance of abortion either due to diease or drugs which you taken. but mind it there is only chance not sure, so try to concieve baby as per advise of your doc, when you will concieve rule out all congenital abnormalitis of your baby. along with it you should start Syp Gynatol 10ml three times a day for 5 to 6 month, it is a uterine tonic n helps you in getting pregnant. if you have more confusion ask me on
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Answered: Thu, 14 Jul 2011
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Infertility Specialist Dr. Abhishek S. Parihar's  Response
Hi Amy
Welcome to HealthcareMagic
ANA levels are quite high suggestive of lupus. You have heard right that there is increase risk of miscarriage. Apart from miscarriage I would like to tell you its not that only lupus affects pregnancy adversely, pregnancy also affects lupus adversely. There is flaring up of lupus. In pregnancy kidney disease is more likely to worsen. Also if you are on lupus treatment then there are certain drugs which affects fetus adversely. If you are planning pregnancy then it ll be certainly a high risk pregnancy and require frequent monitoring and may be admission to hospital. Ideally it should be a team of doctors looking after you-Obstetrician,Immunologist,physician,paediatrician. Take care and all the very best.
Answered: Thu, 14 Jul 2011
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