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My question is, to anyone who might know anyting about this. is: Seeing that it's beign... would I still have a chance of getting pregnant and having a successful pregnancy? AND - Is there a diet or supliment I can take to shrink the remaining cysts?
Originally posted by Tripple_Helix
reply to post by Destinyone
We definitely will need to get a second opinion. My doctor is quite young, 36. So will need to find someone that has a little more experience. The problem is finding a doctor that has eperience with this specific problem, because is so rare, I think that might be difficult. Still worth a shot.
Low vitamin D levels are associated with some cancers.
Medical experts around the world are talking about a new epidemic, a health concern that may be dramatically increasing our risk of cancer, hypertension and even diabetes – it’s a lack of Vitamin D.
A systematic review of unblinded clinical trials involving a total of 643 cancer patients using melatonin found a reduced incidence of death.
Another clinical trial is due to be completed in 2012.
Melatonin levels at night are reduced to 50% by exposure to a low-level incandescent bulb for only 39 minutes, and it has been suspected that women with the brightest bedrooms have an increased risk for breast cancer.
Reduced melatonin production has been proposed as a likely factor in the significantly higher cancer rates in night workers.
It is estimated that nearly 70% of biological damage caused by ionizing radiation is attributable to the free radical, especially the hydroxyl radical that attacks DNA, proteins, and cellular membranes. Melatonin has been suggested as a radioprotective agent, with the proposed advantages of being broadly protective, readily available, orally self-administered, and without major known side effects.