Study ties irregular work schedules to fertility issues, miscarriage

07/9/2013 | Bloomberg

Data on 119,345 women showed those who had irregular work schedules were 33% more likely to deal with menstrual disruption and 80% more likely to face subfertility than those with regular working hours. The analysis also linked shifting and nighttime work schedules with higher risk of miscarriage. The results were presented at the European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology meeting.

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