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What is Hereditary Breast Cancer? What are the symptoms and causes of it?

I don't want information on breast cancer. It needs to be HEREDITARY breast cancer.

Approximately 5 to 10 percent of breast cancers are due to heredity. The majority of women with breast cancer have no known significant family history or other known risk factors.

The National Institute of Health's National Human Genome Research Institute has a very thorough website concerning hereditary breast cancer which I've sourced for you below.  (+ info)

Can patience actually be learned or is it hereditary?

I think my impatience is hereditary because my dad is impatient and I am as well. It is the one thing which I wish I never had, but then I wouldn't be me. But can I actually learn to be more patient or am I doomed with this? Thank you!

Of course you can! Don't you know that half of your characteristics are learned from the environment you are raised in? This means you can change anything about yourself! It's not all hereditary. We are not animals, thankfully! (: Now all you have to do is research some methods on practicing patience, and find the best one for you. No one here can do that for you. (:

God Bless

Angel  (+ info)

How do i make hereditary bags under my eyes go away??

I have these bags under my eyes and im only 13! I sleep like 10-11 hours each night, and i know there hereditary because my dad has them. I really hate them because there really noticable in school b/c of the bright light. Is there anyway 2 get rid of them?? thanks so much. any answers at all will do!

Oh I have them too and I hate um! And i'm your age too. And take I wild guess who I got them from... my dad. What I do is leave cucumbers on your eyes for 15, then take them off. You could also try tea bags. Leave them in the frigde or freezer till cold. Put them on for ten minutes, then take them off. Also try some eye cream meant for bags. If nothing helps ask your doctor about how to get rid of them.  (+ info)

Can I still develop hereditary diabetes if I inherited hypoglymia already?

Hi, I have been diagnosed with hereditary hypoglycemia for a while now. I inherited it from my father's side of the family, but I am now curious if I can also develop diabetes from my mother's. My maternal grandpa and uncle from my mother's side of the family have both developed diabetes in their 50's. So, I am wondering if I can also develop diabetes when I am already hypoglycemic?

The most common reason for reactive hypoglycemia is when someone is on the way to becoming diabetic. Their tissues are resistant to insulin, but then sometimes are a little less resistant and wind up pulling too much sugar out of the blood.

Do you have a good diagnosis with a 5-hour glucose tolerance test? Even if you do, I have found it remarkably helpful to have a home glucose monitor. Drug stores sell good ones for under $100. On sale they even get down to $20, since the manufacturer makes their profit on the test strips, not so much the monitor.

I've been surprised how when I've been unusually hungry, even shaky as well, my glucose has been just fine, around 90. I think anyone who thinks they are hypoglycemic would benefit from checking this to see how much of their symptoms really relate to blood sugar.  (+ info)

Does anyone know if mitral aortic regurgitation is hereditary?

I have a sister and niece that both have been diagnosised with mitral aortic regurgitation and I am wondering if anyone knows if it is hereditary??

Valvular heart disease can be hereditary.

BTW, the mitral and aortic valves are two different things.  (+ info)

Should people with hereditary mental problems not have children?

I'm not picking on people with mental problems since I am bi polar as is my 2 of my 3 siblingings, my mother, my grandfather, his father and a number of cousins.

So wouldnt it it make sense for me and my sisters and cousins for instance to not have children so the hereditary mental problems won't continue?

If I had known what I know now. I personally wouldn't have had a child.

There is always the possibility that the medical field will find a way to correct the Bipolar Disorder at the genetic level but I think that is way in the future.

All I know is that it is very difficult for me to even imagine my child and her offspring suffering even a small portion of what I've encountered due to Bipolar. The torment can be intense.  (+ info)

What does it mean that I have modest ethmoid sinus mucosal thickening?

I had a CAT Scan a few days ago and this was my result, what does that mean?

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Do you know if mild anxiety is hereditary?

My mother has shared with me that every once in a blue moon she experiences mild anxiety when something is really bothering her.

I notice I feel the same way sometimes.

Could it be hereditary or just a mere coincidence?

Everyone should experience mild anxiety when something really bothers them. It's the normal reaction to stress. No it is not heredtary, just human.  (+ info)

Is there any cause of Secondary Infertility that is hereditary?

I have one beautiful son, but have been unsuccessful so far in having a second child (We have been using temp charts and OPKs. I am Ovulating and have basically regular cycles.). Neither my mother nor grandmother could have a second child after the first. Is this likely coincidence or could there be some kind of hereditary secondary fertility issue?

You may want to see a fertility specialist. I know that I have had that to do that and I have been amazed at what I have found out about me. With me it isn't a problem with getting pregnant it is staying pregnant. I was able to have 3 children with my first husband but have not been able to sucessfully carry a pregnancy to term with my 2 (miscarried 3 times) they are pretty sure that they have figured out the problem now and the next time I am pregnant I should be able to carry the baby to term. There was a history of miscarriages in my family. My best friend had the same problem as you and she saw the doctor that I am seeing now and after all the testing they figured the problem out and she had a little boy a year and a half ago. Her oldest is turning eight so that should give you an idea how long it took her before she saw the doctor. Talk to your OB/GYN and they should be able to refer you to someone that they are confident can help you. Just to let you know...just because you are ovulating normally every month does not mean you do not have blockage in your tubes that are keeping you from getting pregnant again ( that what was up with my best friend) they can do a test that is very easy and if that is the problem it is relatively easy to fix. I wish you luck and hope this help. Sending you baby wishes  (+ info)

Is it possible to have hereditary allergic reactions?

Is it possible to have hereditary allergic reactions?

Yes, my mom and I are both allergic to chicken.  (+ info)

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