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With infertility, smoking may be a factor although not as readily diagnosable as a pap smear linking ASCUS conditions. Cases of fertility problems that are caused by disease and heredity can’t always be controlled, but in “borderline” cases there are certain measures that can be tried. Among the most common causes of diminished reproductive capacity are cigarettes, alcohol and social drugs, even caffeine. With infertility, smoking may be a factor although not as readily diagnosable as a pap smear linking ASCUS conditions.

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Infertility Smoking

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Pap Smear, ASCUS

The chemicals in the smoke of cigarettes may kill sperm and affect the ability of a man to conceive. Women that smoke may also have trouble getting pregnant and experience a higher occurrence of miscarriage compared to women who don’t smoke. With infertility, smoking may be a factor although not as readily diagnosable as a pap smear linking ASCUS conditions.

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Dr. Joe Glickman, Jr., M.D.

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