Toxic metal exposure associated with diminished ovarian reserve

01 Feb 2024

According to research published in The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism, toxic metal exposure may be linked to reproductive aging and diminished ovarian reserve in women. The study analysed metal levels in urine, finding that high levels of toxic metals increased the risk of low Anti-Müllerian hormone and diminished ovarian reserve.

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