Can the environment affect our fertility rate?



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    Most definitely, especially if the environment you live in is one that is intoxicated.  By this I mean, toxins within the water, molds within the home, etc.  It has been proven that toxic agents and circumstances as previously described can lead to infertility issues as well as sterilization in the most extreme of circumstances.  You always want to make sure that the environment you surround yourself with is one of health and safety that way if you do conceive your child will also be exposed to the same.

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