According to this page https://www.livestrong.com/article/550938-health-risks-of-eating-sardines/
In the 'Concern About Sardines' Mercury Content' section
The FDA recommends a weekly intake of two to three servings of sardines, or 8 to 12 ounces for adults
12 ounces is ~340g
In the 'Canned Sardines' Health Risks' section mentions this:
The only potential health risk of eating sardines may not come from the fish itself, but the can it's in. Cans can contain a toxic chemical, bisphenol A, known as BPA.
Despite concerns about its link to obesity, diabetes, heart disease and cancer, BPA is still used in food cans in America. According to the Center for Environmental Health (CEH), USDA warns that toxins in can linings can migrate to the food inside.
In the CEH study in 2017, 38 percent of cans tested used BPA, and another 19 percent contained toxic PVC in the linings. Lab studies found BPA exposure may cause reproductive disorders, genetic damage and possibly increase the risk of breast cancer.
Which I don't know if this can be counterproductive, regarding to mercury or BPA, for an adult if eating at most 12 ounces of canned sardines weekly for 2 months?