Diethylstilbestrol transsexual changes

DES metabolites especially quinines are reactive [reviewed in IARC ]; they are formed in vivo, bind DNA and have been found in mammary tissue of rat, adult mouse reproductive tract, and mouse fetal tissues. Epigenetics and chemical safety assessment. Intensity of multigenerational carcinogenesis from diethylstilbestrol in mice. Continued follow-up of pregnancy outcomes in diethylstilbestrol-exposed offspring. Adenocarcinoma of th evagina in adolescence. It has been hypothesized that DES changes the hormone profile that the fetus is exposed to, which may enhance receptor activation or increase the total number of ductal stem cells that are at risk for additional carcinogen insult Palmer et al.


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Did DES (Diethylstilbestrol) Cause People To Be Transgender?

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Mouse studies in the third generation DES-exposed male population have found an increased susceptibility for reproductive tumor formation Newbold ; Newbold et al. Reblogged this on The power of plants. Breast cancer in mothers given diethylstilbestrol in pregnancy. Diethylstilboestrol--clinical pharmacology and alternatives in small animal practice. Studies regarding sexual function and fertility in DES sons are inconsistent.


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Antenatal exposure to DES: Although women were prescribed DES to improve the outcomes of their given pregnancy, the results of a double-blind clinical trial of over women at the University of Chicago by Dieckmann and coworkers in demonstrated that DES did not reduce the incidence of spontaneous abortion, prematurity or postmaturity, and the study suggested that DES enhanced premature labor Dieckmann et al. These analyses taken together suggest that one in six women prescribed DES will develop breast cancer, versus one in eight women in the general population not prescribed DES; Titus-Ernstoff et al. Reproductive and gynecologic surgical experience in diethylstilbestrol-exposed daughters. The development of cervical and vaginal adenosis as a result of diethylstilbestrol exposure in utero. The only example of adult exposure related to adverse outcomes was in the DES mothers, who were exposed during a period of rapid breast development pregnancy , which is often regarded as a sensitive life stage IBCERCC It is not completely clear if a dose-response association for DES-exposed individuals and their health outcomes exists for some end points, but there is an association for timing of exposure in utero, suggesting that there is life stage susceptibility for maximal detrimental later-life health effects Harris and Waring


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