April 2015

All the papers from the April 2015 issue of Fertility and Sterility.

Female exposure to phenols and phthalates and time to pregnancy: the Maternal-Infant Research on Environmental

Elevated TCS exposure may be associated with diminished fecundity. BPA and phthalates showed no negative impact; on the contrary, some phthalates might be associated with a shorter time to pregnancy. A major limitation of the study was that only one measurement of exposure was available for each woman after conception. Further research is necessary to test these findings.