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Experts suggest that infertility problems can also be caused by genotoxicity, which can be linked to the increased risk of breast cancer.
If you are prone to breastfeeding, do not procrastinateResearchers in Austria have found that due to the BRCA 1 gene mutation, which can increase the risk of breast cancer by up to 80 percent, as you age, you produce less a 37-year-old who doesn't have the defect gene. dr. Kelly-Anne Phillips, an oncologist at Peter MacCallum RBC in East Melbourne, advises that women with genital mutations should not procrastinate for too long, do not wait until the end of their 30's, but rather wait until the end of their 20's or their 30's.
Researchers in the Human Reproduction magazine have measured the level of AMH (Anti-Mullerian Hormones) in women over the age of 25 to 45 years, with no previous history of cancer. The AMH level tells you how many eggs are in the ovary. Among subjects, 172 carried the BRCA 1 gene mutation, 216 did not, and the BRCA 2 mutation was detected in 147 subjects.
Those who carry any of the genomic mutations face three things: first, because they have a very high chance of developing a breast, but the risk of ovarian cancer is also significantly increased. Secondly, their biological urge is ticking faster, and thirdly, with a 50 percent chance they will continue to spread this defect to their children.
Stakeholders have the opportunity to use flask treatment to test embryos for the BRCA 1 and 2 gene mutations, thereby helping to ensure that conception is as successful as possible.