Reproductive health refers to the problem of male and female reproductive systems throughout all life phases. Ovaries in ladies and testicles in males are reproductive organs, or gonads, that keep health of their respective systems. Reproductive disorders influence millions of Americans annually. Female disorders include: Early or delayed the age of puberty. Polycystic ovary disorder, ovaries generate more male hormonal agents than normal. Uterine fibroids, noncancerous growths in a woman's womb or womb. Low sperm matter. Researchers believe ecological elements likely contribute in some reproductive disorders. Research reveals exposure to environmental factors could affect reproductive health in the following methods: Exposure to lead is connected to reduced fertility in both women and men. Mercury exposure has been linked to problems of the nervous system like memory, attention, and fine motor skills. Exposure to diethylstilbestrol, a medicine once prescribed to women throughout pregnancy, can lead to increased dangers in their children of pregnancy, the inability to conceive, and cancer problems.
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