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New studies say cell phone radiation causes male infertility, kills sperm and even causes erectile dysfunction (ED).

In the latest Environmental Health Trust newsletter, cell phone radiation has now been linked to erectile dysfunction (ED), low sperm count and male infertility.

The Environmental Health Trust’s latest newsletter of March 28, 2014, links cell phone radiation to male reproductive problems. The report reviews the scientific literature to date and shows that ten studies have found significant changes in sperm exposed to radiation from cell phones.

These studies show that men who carried their phones in a pocket or on a belt were more likely to have lower sperm counts and/or more inactive or less mobile sperm.

One study was conducted at the Medical University of Graz, Austria, and the other at Queens University, Canada. Men in the studies who reported using a cell phone had lower levels of luteinizing hormone (LH), an important reproductive hormone secreted by the pituitary gland in the brain, and higher levels of circulating testosterone.

Preliminary research results were published in the U.S. National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health, April 26, 2013. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3921848/

Men who talk on the phone for more than an hour a day have 17% less highly mobile semen than men who talk for less than 15 minutes a day.

Men who carried a phone in a hip pocket or on their belt had 11% less mobile semen than men who kept their phones elsewhere on their bodies.

Men wearing a cell phone on their belt and using it intensively for a 5-day trial period had a 19% decrease in highly mobile sperm from previous levels.

In the most striking results, studies show that health effects occur at exposure levels well below the current SAR safety guidelines imposed by the FCC.

Dr. Conrado Avendano, who leads a team of researchers in Argentina, said they studied sperm samples from 29 healthy, fertile men and measured sperm motility after a 4-hour period of exposure to WiFi radiation.

Sperm in the control group were kept at the same temperature for the same period of time, without exposure to WiFi.

WiFi group: 25% of sperm stopped swimming.

Control group: only 14% of the sperm stopped swimming.

WiFi group: 9% of sperm showed DNA fragmentation or irreversible damage in the genetic code.

Control group: only 3% showed these signs.

“There are precautions to be taken. The most important thing could be to use the speakerphone option on the cell phone and send text messages more often. Also avoid carrying a phone against your body at all times without microwave shielding between the phone and users. These precautions can help,” says Coates.

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Changing cell phone habits: It is common for men to talk on a cell phone using a Bluetooth device or other headset, whether the phone is kept in a pants pocket or attached to a holster. This exposes the reproductive organs to radiation from the cell phone, which reduces the number and/or quality of sperm in men who use their phones in this way as well as in those who do not.

RF (radio frequency) radiation passes through most non-conductive materials unhindered until it is reflected or its electromagnetic energy is absorbed. An undergarment made of aluminium wire will therefore not protect you under any circumstances.

As for erectile dysfunction, read the following carefully if you want to avoid the problem or solve it:

Men who use their mobile phones for more than four hours a day are at higher risk of impotence than those who use them for less than two hours, according to alarming research.

Two new studies from Austria and Egypt have linked daily cell phone use to erectile dysfunction (ED).

Researchers believe the damage could be caused by electromagnetic radiation emitted by the handsets or by the heat they generate.

For the study, the researchers recruited 20 men with erectile dysfunction and another group of 10 healthy men who did not complain of ED.

There were no differences between the two groups with respect to age, weight, height, smoking, total testosterone or exposure to other known radiation sources.

Scientists found that men with erectile dysfunction wore cell phones on for an average of 4.4 hours per day, while men without erectile dysfunction wore them for an average of 1.8 hours.

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