REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH AND THE WORKPLACE
We hope our website was able to answer your reproductive health-related questions. If you have specific questions not addressed on our website, please contact us or talk with your doctor to learn more.
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It will help us answer your question if you can tell us:
- What you do in your job.
- What your department or group makes or does.
- What you’re concerned about in your workplace. Any information on product name, actual chemical name, or work condition would be helpful.
- For chemicals, describe whether they are in the form of dust, vapor, liquid, or gas
- How much time you spend using each thing that you are concerned about in your workplace.
- Whether you use any personal protective equipment or other safety equipment while performing your job
If you believe your job is affecting your health or your family’s health, seek medical attention.
- Talk to your doctor about your job and your health concerns. Your doctor can refer you to a specialist if needed.
- For men, a urologist specializing in male reproduction can talk to you about fertility.
- For women, an obstetrician or gynecologist can talk to you about pregnancy or fertility.
- Page last reviewed: April 20, 2017
- Page last updated: April 20, 2017
- Content source:
- National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health Division of Surveillance, Hazard Evaluations and Field Studies