Smoking Burns you & your dreams of having a baby
Quit smoking and tobacco consumption for a healthy conception!
Does smoking affect one’s ability to have a child? Does it affect one’s eggs or sperms?
Yes, smoking has been identified as one of the causes for infertility in both men and women. All of us are aware that smoking also causes cancer.
The rate of loss of eggs is hastened with harmful chemicals such as nicotine, cyanide, and carbon monoxide, which is found in cigarette smoke. Regeneration or replacement of the lost eggs, is unfortunately, impossible. It means that menopause occurs many years earlier in women who smoke (compared with non-smokers).
Male smokers can suffer due to decreased sperm quality, significantly lower sperm counts, low sperm motility and increased numbers of abnormally shaped sperms. Smoking also declines the sperm’s ability to fertilize eggs.
Smoking damages the genetic material in eggs and sperms and is known to cause miscarriages. It is also an established fact that birth-defect rates are higher among patients who smoke. Erectile dysfunction and pregnancy complication rates also increase with smoking.
The gist – Smoking is injurious to your health and also to the health of your eggs and sperms. Quit smoking today. If you are planning to have a child, drop that habit now.
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