Unfortunately, due to the lack of funding, as of May 2015, no new information will be posted to this site. The first question to ask is whether or not another IVF cycle for you has a reasonable chance of success.
Ovarian cancer is much less common than breast cancer, and occurs in about 1 in 75 women in the general population. In summary, there is no clear data linking one or more IVF cycles to a higher risk of breast cancer or ovarian cancer. The International Transport Workers Federation (ITF) has adopted a motion that calls for “a high level strategic planning task force to begin as a matter of urgency the necessary planning to implement the call to refuse to sail in the area”.
The motion, adopted at a meeting of the ITF seafarers’ section in Buenos Aires, notes the situation in the Indian Ocean, Arabian Sea and Gulf of Aden (jointly referred to as “the area”) was now so serious the ITF’s seafaring affiliates could no longer tolerate it. With thousands of seafarers subjected to “gunfire, beatings, confinement and, in some cases torture and murder”, the tipping point is close, when the unions will no longer accept the increased risk and unsafe situation for their members to sail in the area. There have been threats before when the unions have said their members would refuse to sail in high-risk areas, but so far that hasn’t happened. We promise to never spam you, and just use your email address to identify you as a valid customer.
Click the button below to add the Danger Signs - High Voltage (& Symbol) to your wish list. My fertility specialist is recommending a third cycle, but I’m concerned about the long-term risks from the drugs.
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I am assuming because your fertility specialist has suggested it, you must have had good IVF cycles – in terms of the response you had to stimulation and the embryo development. The short-term risks of IVF are likely well known to you and include risks of ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome, deep vein thrombosis, arterial thrombosis and the potential surgical complications from the egg retrieval.
Breast cancer is unfortunately very common in the population at large, with an overall incidence of 1 in 8.
There is older research data linking the fertility drug clomiphene to an increased risk of ovarian cancer. At the present time studies suggest that there MAY be a link between IVF and a type of ovarian tumour called a borderline tumour (not a true cancer) – but there is no link to ovarian cancer per se. Based on the current available research, it is unlikely that doing a third cycle of IVF will make any difference to your long-term risks. However as the violence increases and with no real answers in sight it could be that  the option is the only one on the table. What are the risks associated with IVF and do these risks get greater with each additional cycle? A number of factors have been identified as potentially increasing a woman’s risk for breast cancer, including a genetic predisposition (a family history of breast cancer or carrying the BRCA 1 or 2 gene), prolonged use of the birth control pill, alcohol consumption, infertility, smoking, obesity, diets high in saturated fats, use of hormone therapies after menopause, number of pregnancies, breast feeding, and socioeconomic status. These studies suggested that more than 12 cycles of clomiphene may increase ovarian cancer risk. At this time there simply is not enough data to say with certainty that fertility drugs and IVF increase a woman’s risk of getting cancer.
Another point to remember is that pregnancy is protective against both breast and ovarian cancer.

Especially as the ITF motion, insists that shipowners must, when highlighting the plight of seafarers, include recognition of their “right to refuse to sail into the area” and to ensure seafarers and their families “receive contractual entitlements when held captive”. The most concerning long-term risk that may be associated with ovulation induction and IVF is the potential increase in the incidence of cancer, particularly breast and ovarian cancer. The current research for many of these factors is correlational, and consequently some of these factors may appear to be related to breast cancer when in fact they are not. However, over the course of the past few years the theory of how ovarian cancer develops has changed. As far as IVF and ovulation induction is concerned – the truth is we don’t know if these fertility treatments increase breast cancer risk.
The new theory is that ovarian cancer starts in the fallopian tubes and spreads to the ovary.
There have been conflicting studies – most showing that IVF does not appear to influence the risk of breast cancer.
However there was a recent Australian study suggesting that women who do IVF before the age of 24 years may be at increased risk of breast cancer.
If this theory is correct, there would seem no way to link ovarian cancer to fertility drugs.

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