Pregnancy After Chemotherapy and Pelvic Radiotherapy View Full Text


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DATE

2020-07-01

AUTHORS

Michael von Wolff

ABSTRACT

The effect of chemotherapy on a later pregnancy seems to be rather small. However, alkylating agents in childhood might have a negative effect on uterine function. The effect of radiotherapy depends strongly on the radiation intensity and the age at radiation exposure. Radiation during childhood seems to have a greater negative effect on the uterus than in adulthood. Radiotherapy to the adult uterus with whole-body radiation (12 Gy) is associated with an increased risk of abortion, premature birth and a low birth weight. If the uterus is irradiated with >25 Gy in childhood, pregnancy should not be recommended. If the uterus is irradiated with >45 Gy in adults, pregnancy should not be advised. More... »

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269-271

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-47568-0_30

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