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A SHORT COMMUNICATION ON IMPACT OF METALS ON WOMEN’S HEALTH

Ekta Khare* and Priya Mishra

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Heavy metals describe as any metallic chemical element that has a high density and is poisonous at lower concentration. Heavy metals include arsenic, lead, copper and mercury which mainly effects reproductive system and especially poisonous to growing fetus.[1] These heavy metals are not filtered by placenta from mother to child and are straight deposit in growing fetal tissue. Women under the influence of toxic metals may be infertile, wildly irregular hormone level. Their unborn children receive heavy metals from their pregnant mother. This review paper provides an overview of the current knowledge of toxic effect of metal during pregnancy and to newly born baby. The main objective is to encourage detoxifying mother before conception.

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