The study published in the Journal of Human Reproduction measured the levels of perflourinated chemicals in the blood of 1240 women. Here's what they found:
You need to throw away the plastic, stick to leather and never clean the carpet if your trying to conceive, because women with higher levels were more likely to take longer to become pregnant.
Tony Rutherford, chairman of the British Fertility Society, told the BBC the findings were "interesting."
"This research shows a tenuous link in the delay to conception in women with the highest levels of two commonly-used perfluorinated chemicals. It is an important finding and certainly warrants further detailed research, particularly in those trying for a family. The study emphasises the importance of remaining vigilant to potential environmental factors that may impact on fertility."
If you are trying to get pregnant you may want to stick stay away from all of those everyday items contains chemicals.