DiethylStilbestrol (DES) given prenatally and related reproductive failure

We should insist upon concrete evidence of benefit before recommending the administration of untried therapeutic regimens if we are to avoid a repetition of the DES disaster

DiethylStilbestrol (DES) given prenatally and related reproductive failureVia SHER FERTILITY CLINICS CENTERS FOR REPRODUCTIVE MEDICINE, by Dr. Geoffrey Sher

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2 thoughts on “DiethylStilbestrol (DES) given prenatally and related reproductive failure”

  1. I have not had chance to read all posts but have failed to see mention of researchers now looking at 2nd and 3rd generation victims of this drug. I had early stage cancer at young age and my preemie child had undecended testicles. We both exhibit ADHD other neurological anomalies. Although no longer in use grandchildren are still being affected with possible miscarriages, increased cancer risk, infertility concerns, etc. It is an ongoing but forgotten health concern.

    1. Hi Lisa

      FYI our WordPress “search box” (top right widget) is quite powerful and we are reaching 944 posts published… For example, would you type the keyword “generation”, you would get these results.

      hope this helps 🙂

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