Cigarette smoking has a negative impact on the ability to become pregnant and carry a pregnancy to term.
Demographic and Lifestyle Factors Influence Who Receives a Medical Evaluation for Infertility and Who Does Not
It’s Not Just Income and Geography; Demographic and Lifestyle Factors Influence Who Receives a Medical Evaluation for Infertility and Who Does Not
Racial Disparities in ART Outcomes
Men: Trying to Conceive? Go Ahead and Have a Drink; Watch the Caffeine; But No Smoking, Please
Smoking and Infertility
Fall 2004, Volume 12, Number 2 (PDF, 90K file)
Age and Fertility (booklet)
Smoking and infertility: a committee opinion
Optimizing natural fertility
Consumo de tabaco e infertilidad
Smoking And Infertility
Public Service Announcements
If You Smoke Your Only Use For A Baby's Bottle Might Be As An Ashtray
Your Decisions Now Can Impact Your Ability To Conceive In the Future
Protect Your Fertility Brochure
Sex, Smoking, Body Weight, Getting Older - 4 Reasons to Start Thinking About Your Fertility
Noncontraceptive Benefits of Birth Control Pills
Anticoncepción hormonal (Hormonal contraception)
Optimización de la fertilidad natural
Infertility: an overview-Chinese
Infertility and Smoking Cessation
Optimizing Male Fertility
Optimizing Natural Fertility
Sperm Morphology (Shape): Does It Affect Fertility?
Age and Fertility
It takes longer for a smoker to get pregnant.
Datos Sobre la Infertilidad
SRBT Salary Survey
Treatment of recurrent pregnancy loss
Does My Age Affect My Fertility?
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