Environmental And Occupational Factors

Prolonged exposure to emotional stress, high temperatures, chemicals, radiation, or electromagnetic or microwave emissions may reduce your fertility. Various occupational hazards also exist within certain work environments. For example, the rubber, leather, and dry-cleaning industries use the solvent benzene, which may adversely affect your fertility. Flight attendants are exposed to radiation and high altitudes, which may reduce fertility. Doctors, nurses, and other hospital employees may be exposed to anesthesia, chemicals, and radiation, all of which can have a harmful effect. Even people who work nights or irregular shifts may be adversely affected in their fertility because of changes in their internal clock and natural biorhythms.

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