Study suggests link between tear gas exposures and adverse reproductive health outcomes
- 83% of respondents reported at least one adverse reproductive health outcome, including uterine cramping, early menstrual bleeding, breast tenderness and delayed menstrual bleeding.
- Greater exposure to chemical agents was significantly associated with higher odds of an adverse reproductive health outcomes. Those with five days or more of exposure experienced 2.6 times more negative reproductive outcomes.
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