Formaldehyde causing low sperm count

Could industrial chemicals in your workplace be affecting the reproductive health of management and staff? Could chemicals in your workplace be implicated in decreased libido, impotence, testicular damage, infertility, menstrual disorders, spontaneous abortions, retardation of children, low birth weight or pregnancy-related maternal death? While menstrual disorders, infertility and miscarriages are common in any group of people, clusters of, say, infertility in the same workplace can suggest the presence of a reproductive hazard. Ms Roisin McEneany, an inspector specialising in hazardous substances and toxicology with the Health and Safety Authority, says that, in the s, dibromochloropropane was linked to infertility when employees happened to discover by talking to one another that several of them were infertile. A workplace chemical might not be implicated as a reproductive hazard unless several workers happen to have the same doctor; as happened when three workers from the same farm who used certain herbicides and pesticides separately reported impotence to an astute local physician.

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Chemicals can affect workers' reproductive health

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Chemicals can affect workers' reproductive health

Background: Evaporation of formaldehyde from embalmed cadavers cause terrific systemic hazards, from which the most frequently reported, is respiratory and testicular symptoms. Day-dependent exposure to formaldehyde can cause contact dermatitis, congenital defects like low birth weight and isolated heart disease, cytotoxicity in the respiratory tract in the form of acute lung injury, nasal obstruction, pulmonary edema, and cancer. The histopathologic and morphometric alterations in testis have a strong link with exposure duration periods and highly linked to decrease the function of both sertoli and leydig cells. Several findings ensured such exposure significantly causes and triggers tremendous health effects, but a conclusive review of findings and recommendations related to its oxidative stress and carcinogenic potential on multiple study subjects on the respiratory system and testis are lacking.
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12.14 Reproductive and Developmental Toxicants

Try out PMC Labs and tell us what you think. Learn More. Formaldehyde, the recently classified carcinogen and ubiquitous environmental contaminant, has long been suspected of causing adverse reproductive and developmental effects, but previous reviews were inconclusive, due in part, to limitations in the design of many of the human population studies. In the current review, we systematically evaluated evidence of an association between formaldehyde exposure and adverse reproductive and developmental effects, in human populations and in vivo animal studies, in the peer-reviewed literature.
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Developmental toxicants interfere with proper growth or health of the child acting at any point from conception to puberty. The greatest susceptibility to reproductive toxicants in women is usually during the first three to twelve weeks of pregnancy. During this period, a woman may not know that she is pregnant.
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