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Smoking And Infertility

Smoking and infertility are directly linked, along with other contributing factors such as infections causing vaginal discharge and viruses diagnosed with the pap smear. Habits and ways of life influence the reproductive ability of both the male and the female and may sometimes be related to barren. Thus, people who smoke or take drugs are likely to impair their reproductive health and are advised to quit this habit. Smoking and infertility are directly linked, along with other contributing factors such as infections causing vaginal discharge and viruses diagnosed with the pap smear.

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Smoking And Infertility

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Vaginal Discharge, Pap Smear

According to some data, smokers run the risk of having a low sperm count, which is reported to be 13-17% lower than in non-smokers. Smokers are also believed to have more abnormal sperm, which also contributes to the problem of barren. Smoking and infertility are directly linked, along with other contributing factors such as infections causing vaginal discharge and viruses diagnosed with the pap smear.

Other Topics: HPV Treatment, HPV Man, HPV Vaccine, HPV Statistics, HPV Prevention, Cervical Cancer Human Papilloma Virus, Human Papilloma Virus Cure, Cervical Dysplasia, Abnormal Pap Smear, Genital Warts

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

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