A new study recently discovered the consequences of Bisphenol-A (BPA) on human eggs, and it may show why some couples are unable to conceive.
Online PR News – 02-August-2013 – California – USA (http://www.realpharmacyrx.co/): A new study recently discovered the consequences of Bisphenol-A (BPA) on human eggs, and it may show why some couples are unable to conceive. The study, published recently is the first of its kind to show the direct results of BPA on egg maturation in humans.
BPA is a chemical that is used to make definite plastics and resins, and it can be found in some food cans, water bottles, water supply lines or bottle tops. The study conducted a randomized trial using 352 discarded eggs from 121 patients, who were experiencing in vitro fertilization (IVF) at the hospital from 2011 to 2012. Subjects' eggs were exposed to varying levels of BPA in the laboratory, but an egg from each patient was held aloof and not exposed to BPA to serve as the control.
After being exposed to BPA, researchers examined the eggs and found the following outcomes:
• Percentage of eggs that matured reduced
• Proportion that deteriorated fell
• Percentage of eggs that underwent voluntary activation increased
Researchers also noticed with eggs that did mature, they inclined not to have bipolar spindles and aligned chromosomes, as unaffected eggs do. The researchers note that the prevalence of BPA in our society is such that the general population is exposed to it on a regular basis. They also say that BPA has been discovered in human follicular fluid.
The researcher makes a few recommendations for those consumers, who are worried about BPA:
• Use BPA-free products
• Cut back on cans
• Evade microwaving or dishwashing plastics.
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