Glyphosate and glyphosate-based-herbicides are linked to damage in the reproductive system and endocrine disruption. The following studies provide scientific evidence of the potential harm.
Glyphosate and the key characteristics of an endocrine disruptor: A review
Glyphosate-based herbicide formulations and reproductive toxicity in animals
Glyphosate impairs male offspring reproductive development by disrupting gonadotropin expression
Glyphosate-induced gut microbiota dysbiosis facilitates male reproductive toxicity in rats
Are glyphosate and glyphosate-based herbicides endocrine disruptors that alter female fertility?
Maternal urinary levels of glyphosate during pregnancy and anogenital distance in newborns in a US multicenter pregnancy cohort
Urinary glyphosate concentration in pregnant women in relation to length of gestation
Ovarian mitochondrial and oxidative stress proteins are altered by glyphosate exposure in mice
Effects of glyphosate on the ovarian function of pregnant mice, the secretion of hormones and the sex ratio of their fetuses
Perinatal exposure to glyphosate or a glyphosate-based formulation disrupts hormonal and uterine milieu during the receptive state in rats
Perinatal exposure to a glyphosate-based herbicide impairs female reproductive outcomes and induces second-generation adverse effects in Wistar rats
Glyphosate exposure in pregnancy and shortened gestational length: a prospective Indiana birth cohort study
A systematic review and meta-analysis of the impacts of glyphosate on the reproductive hormones
Postnatal exposure to a glyphosate-based herbicide modifies mammary gland growth and development in Wistar male rats