Although a larger study needs to be done, researches believe that there could be a link between high BPA levels and a higher risk of miscarriage:
"It may be that women with higher BPA levels do have other risk factors" for miscarriage that might be amplified by BPA, Lathi said.
The study is not cause for alarm, but "it's far from reassuring that BPA is safe" for such women, she said.
To minimize BPA exposure, avoid cooking or warming food in plastic because heat helps the chemical leak out, she said. Don't leave water bottles in the sun, limit use of canned foods and avoid handling cash register receipts, which often are coated with resins that contain BPA.
Read more: http://www.today.com/moms/study-ties-chemical-possible-miscarriage-risk-8C11388834#study-ties-chemical-possible-miscarriage-risk-8C11388834
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