Effect of smoking on Fertility ... 4

Effect of smoking on fertility ...   4




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Effect of smoking on fertility ...  4
Posted in 2014

 Smoking Is a Problem


Because smoking can harm a child prenatally, it's a good idea to quit smoking before you even consider pregnancy.
That being said, if you decide not to quit smoking before you start trying to conceive, you may have trouble getting and staying pregnant in the first place.
How much do you need to smoke to have a measurable impact on your fertility?
According to many studies on the subject, 10 or more cigarettes per day will significantly harm your ability to conceive. This doesn't mean smoking fewer cigarettes per day would not lead to lowered fertility. But it is clear that smoking 10 or more a day increases your risk of developing problems.
Other studies have shown that for each cigarette smoked per day, the longer it will take for the couple to get pregnant.


For example, a woman who smokes four cigarettes per day will on average take more time to get pregnant than a woman who smokes just two per day.


My advise
1...  Every one knows that the smoking may cause health problem ...lungs, heart..........
2.... Cigarette smoke is Toxic Mix of more than 7000 out of it 250 are poisonous and 70 cause Cancer
3...  Smoking of a woman during pregnancy  has the chances of miscarriage, still birth, ectopic pregnancy .............. If the woman is not smoking and her husband is smoking still she has the risks as above as she is second hand smoker'
4...  Smoking can cause Placenta previa risk i.e closing of uterine cervix which causes cesarean section.
5.... Smoking can cause premature rupture of Amniotic Membranes
6.... Her child will not receive Oxygen as needed due to it the child may be defective.

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