POPSUGAR Moms Fertility Household Toxins That Affect Fertility Household Items Can Affect Men and Women's Fertility; Test Your Knowledge! by Heather Maddan 1/20/11 9 Shares Like us on Facebook Sign up for our daily newsletter > Follow us on Pinterest Are items in your home keeping you and your partner from filling it with children? You will be surprised to find out which standard products might affect your fertility. In a soon-to-be released book, titled The Healthy Home: Simple Truths to Protect Your Family from Hidden Household Dangers, Dr. Myron Wentz and his son Dave Wentz talk about common household items that may pose problems. Test your knowledge! Household Items Can Affect Men and Women's Fertility; Test Your Knowledge! True or False: Chemicals found in nail polish remover can hamper semen quality? True False True or False: The flame retardants used in making sofas can damage sperm? True False True or False: Using antibacterial products that contain triclosan may increase a woman's chance of getting pregnant? True False True or False: Bisphenol A found in plastic shampoo bottles has been linked to poor semen quality? True False True or False: Cooking with a nonstick frying pans that contains perfluorinated compounds may affect a woman's fertility? True False Progress More From POPSUGAR Moms Read More The Healthy HomeToxinsFamily PlanningFertilityInfertilityBooksHealth Books Fall Reading List: 50 Books Being Adapted Into Movies Stephenie Meyer Has Written a Whole New Twilight — With a Big Twist! 12 Books That Will Have You Weeping Celebrate the Best Month of the Year With These 13 Book Releases Fertility Baby Successfully Born Via Womb Transplant. Will More Follow? Could Your Road to Pregnancy Begin With . . . Your Spit? Is Egg Freezing the Answer to Having It All? I Went to Freeze My Eggs and They Told Me I Don't Have Any Left POPSUGAR, the #1 independent media and technology company for women. Where more than 75 million women go for original, inspirational content that feeds their passions and interests. Stay Sane and SavvyWith Our Moms Newsletter Personalize Sign up with facebook or By signing up, I agree to the Terms and to receive emails from POPSUGAR.