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TORCH infection and cabergoline - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Doctor :   hi
Doctor :   how can i help u
Doctor :   please proceed with your query
User :   Doctor, Before 4-5 years I was diagnosed with TORCH infection - Past and was under medication (cabergoline).
Doctor :   ok
User :   I am married for 12 years and have no issues. Trying for a child.
User :   I had two miscarriages (both 45 days).
Doctor :   cabergoline is to reduce the milk production
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   or supress the milk productions
User :   I have undergone all treatments, CT scan (pituitar gland), blood test, follicular studies, etc. Now it has been discovered that I am having multiple fibroids in my uterus, PCOD, Myoma
Doctor :   ok
User :   I am having watery secretion in my breast (only when pressed).
Doctor :   ok
User :   I want to know if this secreation is because of TORCH infection and if this secreation or TORCH infection has anything to do with conception.
Doctor :   i will help u in this
Doctor :   the secretions are not due to torch infections
Doctor :   its due to PCOD

Doctor :   is some varieties of PCOD use get milky secretions on pressing the breast
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