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Contraceptive pills may lead to deformities in babies

Chemicals found in oral contraceptives may lead to babies born with deformed prostate glands.//

Researchers of University of Missouri, US, have found out that prostate deformities can happen if the pregnant mothers continue taking the contacepive pills even after conceiving. The pills contain ostrogen like chemiclasthat are alos present in the plastic packagings. Deformities of the prostate gland can cause prostate cancer or bladder diseases later in life.

The results of the research are important as a substantial amount of women take oral contraceptive pills, and always have a chance of having a conception from missing out on a day’s pill. In those cases, women may continue taking the pills till they realise they are pregnant.

Mice which were exposed to contraceptive ethinylestradiol, and similar oestrogenic chemical, bisphenol A, had the similar results with prostate gland deformities in the babies.

Bisphenol-A (BPA) is a chemical founding the clear plastics that are used as food grade materials for making air tight containers, drinking water bottles, even feeding bottles for infants.

Research findings may be taken as analogical to humans and the result may be of grave concern, says the researchers of the study.

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