Smoking & Male Fertility - Smoking & Infertility!
Men who smoke cigarettes have been shown to have abnormalities in sperm production.
Scientists at the University of Buffalo compared sperm from non smoking sperm donors to sperm from 18 male smokers.
Testing concluded that the smokers sperm was less likely to bind tightly to the female egg, a step necessary for fertilization.
Like other cells in the body, human sperm carry a receptor for nicotine, which means they recognize and respond to nicotine when it enters the bloodstream.
In lab tests, sperm exposed to nicotine becomes significantly altered in several critical functions necessary for fertilization.
The Bottom Line!
If you're a smoker, and are trying to conceive, the first thing you need to do is quit.
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