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Not able to conceive. Diagnosed with bilateral fibroadenosis. Chances of pregnancy?

hi,my husband and i trying to get pregnant for 8 month ,am trying to do everything right .but i have been diagnosed with bilateral Fibroadenosis does that affect my chances to conceive in any way plus am trying to put on weight as am 160 cm and 45 kg ,could being underweight affects my eggs health, and could using hair removal cream for public area is harmful for me ,thanks in advance :)
Asked On : Sat, 1 Dec 2012
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Thanks for your query
Yes , low body weight has been associated with harmonal problems,which may affect fertility, so put on some weight. Bilateral fibroadenosis does not affects your fertility. Hair removing cream has nothing to do with fertility.You can try for pregnancy for 4 months more. If even in 1 year ,you cant conceive then you will have to do many investigations to see that every thing is OK including ovulation confirmation, tubal patency confirmation, husband's semen analysis etc.
Best of luck and take care...
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Answered: Wed, 5 Dec 2012
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