This 2009 study found that exposure to radio-frequency electromagnetic radiation can cause increased levels of oxidative stress through uprated formation of reactive oxygen species. This can lead to accelerated neuronal and spermatozoal cell death, promoting the onset of neurodegenerative diseases as well as brain and testicular carcinogenesis. Click here to read the full study.
This 2010 study conducted on rabbits suggests that exposure to mobile phone radiation can have negative effects on Follicle Stimulating Hormone and Testosterone levels. Both of these hormones are involved in the production of spermatozoa cells, and a reduction or disturbance of these could lead to a decrease in quantity and quality of spermatozoa….
This 2011 study conducted on rats shows that long-term exposure to mobile phone radiation (60 minutes per day for 3 months) can cause hypospermatogenesis and maturation arrest. A reduction in spermatozoa production and halted maturation could result in decreased semen volume and quality, and thus reduced fertility. Click here to read the full study.
This 2002 study suggests that electromagnetic radiation is genotoxic, meaning that it can damage DNA. Genotoxic repercussions can comprise of cancer, cardiac, neurological, and reproductive health effects. These can include miscarriage, depression, suicide, sleep disturbance, a multitude of cancer, cardiac and neurological effects and death. Click here to read the full study.
This 2009 study shows that exposure of semen samples to radio-frequency electromagnetic radiation significantly reduces the vitality and motility of spermatozoa. Radiation can also increase levels of oxidative stress, causing DNA damage and subsequent fertility issues. These problems can lead to miscarriage, offspring morbidity and childhood cancer. Click here to read the full study.