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Content Tagged: male fertility

Smoking cigarettes or marijuana can affect a man’s fertility.

A number of studies have documented the negative impact of nicotine and marijuana on sperm count and production. For example, male smokers’ sperm density (the concentration of spermatozoa in the semen) and motility (ability to move towards the egg) is considerably lower than that of nonsmokers’. There is also increased occurrence of abnormal sperm. All […]

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A male’s age is an important factor in a woman becoming pregnant.

Although women often assume there must be something wrong with them if they can’t get pregnant, just as many fertility problems are caused by problems with the man’s fertility. The stats break down this way: 30% of fertility problems are caused by problems with the woman’s fertility, 30% are caused by male factor problems, 30% […]

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