Have you had your BPA levels checked?
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|Thu, 10-11-2012 - 4:35pm|
A study was just released that found that high BPA levels can reduce your fertility, here is an article with more information on it:
The new study found only an association, not a direct cause-effect link. ...
However, if the results are confirmed by future research, doctors could one day measure BPA levels in women who fail to become pregnant through IVF, or who have low egg yields during the process, Hershlag said. Doctors could look at whether reducing BPA exposure in women with high levels makes a difference, he said.
Is BPA something you are concerned about?