Environment and women's reproductive health.

  title={Environment and women's reproductive health.},
  author={Donatella Caserta and Alberto Mantovani and Roberto Marci and Andrea Fazi and Francesca Ciardo and Cinzia La Rocca and Francesca Maranghi and Massimo Moscarini},
  journal={Human reproduction update},
  volume={17 3},
BACKGROUND There is significant evidence that continuous and prolonged exposure to several endocrine disrupting chemicals (EDC) is a risk factor for reduced fertility and fecundity in women. There is also evidence that ED exposure has trans-generational effects. In this systematic review, we evaluate the evidence for an association between EDC exposure and women's reproductive health. METHODS Studies were found by searching the PubMed database for articles published up to 2010. Associations… CONTINUE READING