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Quit Smoking

Quit SmokingQuit Smoking today! You already know that smoking is bad for your health. It destroys the lungs, increases your risk of cancer, and generally shortens your life span. How does it affect your fertility?

Consider these studies…

  • Women who smoke are half as likely to conceive. (Journal of Biosocial Science)
  • Couples who  smoke  during  IVF  cut  the  number  of  eggs attained by 40% …and 46% if ONLY the man smokes. (Human Reproduction)
  • Women who smoke have an increased risk of miscarriage. (American Journal of Epidemiology)
  • Passive or  secondary  smoke  can  also  increase  the  risk  of miscarriage. (Human Reproduction)

But it doesn’t end there…

  • Male  smokers   risk   fathering   babies   predisposed   to developing leukaemia and brain tumours – even if their partner doesn’t smoke. (British Journal of Cancer)
  • At least 45 other studies have linked smoking to low birth weight as well as increased risk of prematurity and congenital abnormalities. (Nutrition and Health)

Because cigarette smoking, even passive smoking is so harmful to children now is a great time to kick this habit. For some couples continuing to smoke means choosing not to have a family. The good news is that you can make a choice. If you’re ready to make a change here’s seven way to help quit smoking

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