Environmental Factors and Fertility: How Chemicals and Toxins Affect Fertility

1. Hormonal disruptions: 

Toxins and chemicals can disrupt ovulation and sperm production by disrupting the body's hormonal balance.

2. DNA damage:

Various chemicals and toxins can damage DNA, affecting fertility in both men and women.

3. Reduced sperm quality and quantity:

When men are exposed to toxins, their fertility is reduced in terms of sperm count, motility, and morphology.

4. Increased risk of miscarriage:

There is an increased risk of miscarriage when certain toxins are exposed during pregnancy.

5. Birth defects:

The developing fetus can be adversely affected by some chemicals and toxins during pregnancy.

6. Delayed puberty:

It is possible for certain chemicals to delay puberty, which can negatively impact fertility later in life.

7. Reduced egg quality:

When chemicals and toxins enter the body, they can affect the quality of eggs, resulting in lower fertility rates.

8. Endocrine disruption:

The body's hormone production and regulation can be affected by endocrine disruptors.

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