Reproductive Hazards

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Last Updated: 02 May 2022

Reproductive hazards are substances that affect the reproductive health and wellness of men or women. They include substances that affect the capacity of couples to have healthy children. These substances may be chemical, physical, or biological. You might be exposed to reproductive hazards via call with your skin, breathing them in, or ingesting them. The feasible health and wellness impacts of reproductive hazards include the inability to conceive, losing the unborn baby, abnormality, and developing disabilities in children. What type of health and wellness results they cause and just how serious they are depends on many variables, including: What the substance is; How much of it you are revealed to; How it enters your body; How long or just how typically you are revealed; How you respond to the substance. For a man, a reproductive threat can impact the sperm. A danger might cause a problem with the number of sperm, their form, or the manner in which they swim. The sperm might not be able to fertilize an egg.

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