Formalin and low sperm count

Formaldehyde FA , one of the simplest organic molecules, is a flammable, pungent, irritating and colorless gas. This study aimed to investigate the effects of various concentrations of FA vapor on sperm parameters and testicular tissue. The control group C did not receive FA. Group F1 low concentration was exposed to 10 ppm FA vapor and the F2 high concentration group was exposed to 20 ppm FA vapor.

Formaldehyde exposure may affect fertility in men

Effect of Formaldehyde Injection in Mice on Testis Function - SciAlert Responsive Version

Abstract The medical use of formaldehyde has focused especially on laboratory use. Harmful effects of formaldehyde injection, such as testicular tissue, are quite well documented. However, detailed studies of the effects of formaldehyde on testis functions are quite limited. For this study a total number of mice 60 male and 90 female were used.

Chemicals can affect workers' reproductive health

Tutor A. Spermatozoa were first described by Leeuwenhoek in the 17th century but it was not until that the sperm count was found to be associated with fertility potential Since that time a variety of sperm tests and semen parameters have been developed with the hope of clarifying whether or not a man could impregnate his partner.
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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