Chen, female, 30 years old, has no history of smoking and drinking, has been infertile, early miscarriage, and the miscarriage has been tested by the hospital before, and there is no abnormality. Then the doctor told her that if she was pregnant normally, she should pay attention to her lifestyle and avoid exposure to toxic and harmful substances. However, the woman still had recurrent abortion. After our screening of environmental factors, it was found that the heavy metal exceeded the standard. It turned out that the long-term use of whitening products and cosmetics in daily life led to the excessive heavy metal mercury. After stopping using whitening products and cosmetics, strengthen physical exercise to improve metabolism, prepare for pregnancy for half a year, and finally get pregnant smoothly.
Environmental metabolite detection products
In modern society, low fertility, fertility difficulties and fertility disorders are closely related to genes, environment and the interaction between them. At present, a large number of clinical studies have confirmed that micronutrient imbalance, exposure to toxic elements and tobacco metabolites, and accumulation of environmental hormones can cause serious reproductive health problems for men and women, including destroying male spermatogenesis, reducing sperm quality, causing fetal chromosomal abnormalities, female infertility, abortion, polycystic ovary syndrome, ovulation disorders, abnormal sex hormone levels, etc. For women with infertility and men with infertility, environmental metabolite testing can be considered when the cause is still unknown after the existing clinical testing. The detection of environmental metabolites is carried out by mass spectrometer with high sensitivity and strong identification ability, which can accurately and comprehensively understand the cause of infertility caused by environmental toxins.
Who benefits form it?
Oligospermia, asthenospermia and high sperm deformity rate
Sperm DFI was higher than that of normal
Those with abnormal sex hormones
Testicular dysplasia, sexual dysfunction, erectile dysfunction
People with a history of high-risk environmental exposure
Those with a history of abortion, especially those with chromosomal abnormalities after abortion analysis
Infertility with abnormal sexual development, including: ovulation disorders, follicular dysplasia; Endocrine system disorders, reproductive hormone disorders; Patients with polycystic ovary syndrome; Reproductive tract malformations, etc.
Idiopathic / unexplained infertility
full coverage of common environmental poisons: 19 nutrient and toxic elements, 2 tobacco metabolites, 15 environmental hormones.
The transformation of achievements
lasted for 7 years, included a cohort study of nearly 30000 samples, published many research results, and won the second prize of the national science and technology progress award.
The results are accurate
based on the "gold standard" mass spectrometry, it has ultra-high sensitivity and specificity to help doctors make accurate judgments.
Convenient and efficient
it can detect a variety of substances at the same time, with high throughput, time saving and short reporting cycle.