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i have a pancreas divisum and i am sexually active in my relationship. Will i be able to carry a healthyful baby with this condition
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Hi there,
Pancreatic divisum is a common congenital anomaly of the pancreatic ducts. Pancreas divisum without symptoms usually needs no treatment. Clinically significant pancreatic divisum should be intervened by surgical sphincteroplasty or endoscopic methods like sphincterotomy, dilatation, and stenting.This condition should not affect your fertility nor create difficulty in delivery. In case of any doubts it is best to discuss it with your gynecologist and treating physician before planning pregnancy. Do keep us posted.
Take care and kind regards!
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