Plastic causing infertility?

Plastics found in teenage bodies could cause infertility and cancer

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Are Everyday Plastics Causing Infertility?

No matter where we look there is a piece of plastic vying for our attention. Maybe it is keeping our food wrapped in the refrigerator, or maybe it contains the water we drink all day long, or maybe, it is the container we reheat out lunch in at work. Wait! Could all that plastic be affecting your fertility? Maybe, warn some fertility researchers.

In a research study conducted by Dr. David Lindsay, of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Monash University, Melbourne Australia, it was reported that nearly 40% of all infertility cases have no apparent cause - or at least one that is currently detectable.

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Most teenagers exposed to chemical allegedly linked to infertility

The Mail Online reports "chemicals linked to breast and prostate cancer" are found in 86% of teenagers' bodies.

The research concerns the chemical bisphenol A (BPA), found in many plastic products.

BPA is detectable in the urine of most people, and several laboratory studies have raised concerns that it may disrupt hormone balance.

Some commentators have claimed that exposure to BPA may be partially responsible for the drop in average sperm counts seen in developed countries over the last 40 years, an issue we looked at in 2017.

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