Ibuprofen May Be Linked to Lowered Fertility Rates

Ibuprofen May Be Linked to Lowered Fertility Rates

\" \" Ibuprofen has become a common household drug, but new studies show it might just be affecting the fertility of unborn children. Five days after withdrawing ibuprofen, these harmful effects of ibuprofen were not fully reversed.\" After just a couple of weeks, the luteinizing hormone levels in the men taking the ibuprofen had risen to the high level of men in their 70s, whose testosterone levels are usually much lower. The rise in luteinizing hormone triggers a slowing in the production of testosterone. So, how you treat that headache, fever or sports injury today might just be affecting the fertility of your unborn children.

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