toxins and fertility

Contamination, environmental toxins and fertility

Scientific evidence from the last 15 years shows that without a doubt, environmental toxins before conception and during pregnancy cause long-lasting effects on reproductive health. An example of this is the exposure to mercury, which causes cognitive impairment in children. Another example is the exposure to agricultural pesticides, which is associated with sperm quality alterations and higher incidence of testicular and prostate cancer for men, and in women it interferes with the development of puberty, ovulation, fertility and menopause. […]

2016-09-22T11:56:55+02:004 de November de 2013|0 Comments

Endometriosis and Fertility

Endometriosis is a benign condition in women involving the appearance and growth of endometrial tissue, typical of the uterus, outside this organ. It most frequently appears in the ovaries and rarely outside the abdomen (in the lungs, etc.).

Every time a woman menstruates, this tissue also bleeds but is not able to leave the body. This is when pain, inflammation and fibrosis appear and in some cases, fertility problems.

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2016-09-22T12:24:28+02:0022 de January de 2013|0 Comments
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