BPA exposure has been linked with decreased sperm counts in men, decreased sex drive, and an overall reduction of satisfaction from sex in men. There have been studies done on mice to determine reproductive problems in live births and decreased survival rate of babies, less healthy babies and post birth problems were all reported.
Many studies have recently been conducted on the reproductive reprecussions of long term exposure to BPA. Because BPA is weakly estrogenic in nature, it can cause reproductive irregularities. Various studies conducted in 2009 concluded that exposure to BPA in the neonatal period can stunt ovary growth and development and alter hypothalmic mechanisms that govern adult sexual behavior.
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