Yes, babies are most vulnerable to BPA, but adults are impacted as well. The article noted below is really enlightening.
This following is an excerpt from “The Medical News Today” website, found at http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/79439.php
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) Panel Releases Conclusions About Compound BPA’s Effect On Reproductive Disorders
The journal Reproductive Toxicology last week published on its Web site a statement warning that BPA likely is causing various human reproductive disorders. The statement was accompanied by a new study from NIH that found uterine damage in animals exposed to BPA. The damage is a potential predictor of reproductive diseases among women, including fibroids, endometriosis, cystic ovaries and cancers. Several dozen scientists reviewed about 700 earlier studies and for the first time linked BPA to female reproductive disorders. They also concluded that people are exposed to higher BPA levels than those found to harm laboratory animals. Infants and fetuses are most likely to experience harm from BPA.