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Smoking Infertility

Despite all the known health threats related to smoking, infertility is one of the main conditions it causes and treatments like the leep procedure is not helpful, vaginosis is another condition linked to a smoking impaired immune system. The reproductive ability of both the male and the female are strongly dependent on the habits and ways of life. Sometimes, these factors are related to barreness. Thus, people who smoke or take drugs are more likely to impair their reproductive health than those who do not smoke. Despite all the known health threats related to smoking, infertility is one of the main conditions it causes and treatments like the leep procedure is not helpful, vaginosis is another condition linked to a smoking impaired immune system.

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Smoking Infertility

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LEEP Procedure, Vaginosis

It is reported that smokers run the risk of having a low sperm count, which is reported to be 13-17% lower than in non-smokers. Smokers may also have more abnormal sperm, which definitely contributes to the problem of barreness. Those who smoke are advised to quit, as this may impair the reproductive ability. Despite all the known health threats related to smoking, infertility is one of the main conditions it causes and treatments like the leep procedure is not helpful, vaginosis is another condition linked to a smoking impaired immune system.

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

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