Effect of electromagnetic field on abortion A systematic review and meta-analysis

" Our results demonstrated that the risk of abortion was increased by 1.27× for pregnant women exposed to ELF and intermediate frequency EMFs in the first trimester of pregnancy. This may be due to living in urban areas, such as living on the outskirts of a city and living near electricity or cell towers, and the long-term use of mobile phones and VDTs." {Credits 1}

" Exposure to EMFs is associated with 1.27× increased risk of abortion. The maximum ELF-MF exposure greater than 50 Hz or 16 mG or even 2–2.5 mG is associated with an increased risk of abortion. Considering the limited evidence base, it may be prudent to advise women against this potentially important environmental hazard." {Credits 1}

{Credits 1} 🎪 Ghazanfarpour, M., Kashani, Z., Pakzad, R., Abdi, F., Rahnemaei, F., Akbari, P. & Roozbeh, N. (2021). Effect of electromagnetic field on abortion: A systematic review and meta-analysis. Open Medicine, 16(1), 1628-1641. © 2021 Masumeh Ghazanfarpour et al. This article is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.

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