Workplace BPA Exposure Increases Risk Of Male Sexual Dysfunction

Wednesday, November 11, 2009 - 10:35 in Health & Medicine

High levels of workplace exposure to Bisphenol-A may increase the risk of reduced sexual function in men. This is the first human study to look at the effect of BPA on the male reproductive system. Rodent studies have shown BPA's detrimental effect on male reproductive system. The five-year study of 634 workers in China found workers with BPA exposure had quadruple risk of erectile dysfunction, and seven times more risk of ejaculation difficulty.

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