A team of Chinese researchers examined the fertility a group of married men who were exposed to formaldehyde through their jobs at a wood processing facility.
The results showed that it took the wives of these individuals three times as long to get pregnant, compared to the wives of men who were not exposed to formaldehyde.
Additionally, the results showed that the wives of formaldehyde-exposed workers were significantly more likely to lose the baby after becoming pregnant.
TODAY'S BOOK SUGGESTION:
Surviving In-vitro Fertilization: IVF Stories and Inspiration from the Women who have been there
-- True IVF stories and inspiration from the women who have been there.
In-vitro fertilization is not a journey you need to take alone. The women in this book who share their stories, thoughts, and lessons learned, have been in the IVF trenches - some for long periods of time.
We call them the IVF veterans. They've struggled, cried, laughed, and inspired.
Let their experience guide you through the process and use their knowledge and tips as a beacon of insight for your own journey.
In-vitro fertilization is, on your best days, a journey that empowers you toward your ultimate goal of being a mom.
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