Fertility Cares Blog

Tag: smoking

Women Who Smoke Take Longer to Conceive
Women Who Smoke
Women who smoke experience a one year’s delay to conception.  This delay can be greater with more cigarettes smoked daily and for a longer duration of time.  Women who smoke…
Lifestyle Effects on Fertility
Your Lifestyle Affects Your Fertility
A recent paper in the January issue of Fertility and Sterility continues to point to the negative effects of smoking, weight extremes, alcohol use, and stress on pregnancy rates in…
Women Who Smoke Take Longer to Conceive
Women Who Smoke Take Longer to Conceive
Smoking, especially nicotine, affects fertility in both women and men. The degree to which nicotine affects fertility is so pronounced that third party payers that offer fertility coverage, such as,…