Cigarette smoking has a negative impact on the ability to become pregnant and carry a pregnancy to term.
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Smoking and Infertility
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Age and Fertility (booklet)
Smoking and infertility: a committee opinion
Optimizing natural fertility
Consumo de tabaco e infertilidad
Smoking And Infertility
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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 and Smoking Cessation
Optimizing Male Fertility
Optimizing Natural Fertility
Recurrent Pregnancy Loss
Sperm Shape (Morphology): Does It Affect Fertility?
Age and Fertility
It takes longer for a smoker to get pregnant.
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