Increasing BPA levels in urine associated with worsening male sexual function, study finds

Thursday, May 27, 2010 - 13:21 in Health & Medicine

A new study finds that increasing bisphenol-A levels in urine are associated with worsening male sexual function, including decreased sexual desire, more difficulty having an erection, lower ejaculation strength and lower level of overall satisfaction with sex life. The five-year study examined 427 workers in factories in China, comparing workers in BPA manufacturing facilities with a control group of workers in factories where no BPA was present.

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