Tamir S Aldad, Shiran H Lavian, Nora Rahmani and Hugh S Taylor
Objective: Bisphenol-A (BPA) is a xenoestrogen used in many consumer products. Here we present a case of dysfunctional uterine bleeding after exposure to dental sealant containing BPA.
Design: Case Report
Setting: Academic Medical Center
Intervention: Dysfunctional uterine bleeding was diagnosed, and no therapy was initiated.
Results: The patient continued to experience bleeding following each exposure.
Conclusion: Female patients undergoing dental procedures that use BPA containing compounds may experience dysfunctional bleeding.PDF
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