I’ve blogged about BPA exposure before: http://draimee.org/the-bpa-study-released-today-what-you-should-know/
A new study shows that women with the highest BPA levels during their IVF cycle had the fewest number of eggs retrieved and the lowest fertilization rates (percentage of eggs that became embryos). The researchers didn’t have access to pregnancy data so they couldn’t comment about any possible relationship to pregnancy rates. While the study design can’t show a cause and effect relationship it certainly hints that higher BPA levels can lower fertility rates.
Read more about the study here: http://www.foxnews.com/health/2012/10/10/bpa-may-worsen-women-fertility-problems/