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BRCA mutations treatments

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Assisted reproduction therapy does not exist.

How can BRCA mutations affect fertility

The dilemma of whether or not to have children is a significant source of stress for women who learn of their BRCA mutations during their childbearing years. 

There is little effect of a BRCA gene mutation on overall fertility, although women with a BRCA mutation may be more likely to have primary ovarian insufficiency ( the loss of function of the ovaries before age 40). Furthermore, women with an inherited BRCA1 mutation undergo menopause prematurely. Since BRCA1 is a key DNA repair protein, these findings suggest that naturally occurring DNA damages in oocytes are repaired less efficiently in women with a BRCA1 defect, and that this repair inefficiency leads to early reproductive failure.

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