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EFFECTS OF SMOKING ON FALLOPIAN TUBES

EFFECTS OF SMOKING ON FALLOPIAN TUBES

It’s no secret that smoking is detrimental to your health, so it should be no surprise that smoking can affect your fertility. However, for many women, it apparently is surprising.

less than one in four knew that smoking could hurt their fertility or increase their risk of miscarriage.

Smoking has been linked to an increased risk for many cancers, heart disease, emphysema, and a number of other health problems. The toxins contained in cigarettes take their toll not only on your lungs but on your entire body’s health, including your reproductive system.

Smoking habits may be responsible for fertility struggles in as many as 13 percent of couples.

HOW MUCH SMOKING IS A PROBLEM?

Because smoking can harm a child prenatally, it’s a good idea to quit smoking before you even consider pregnancy.

That being said, if you decide not to quit smoking before you start trying to conceive, you may have trouble getting and staying pregnant in the first place.

HOW SMOKING HURTS YOUR FERTILITY

Smoking is associated with the following fertility problems:

  • Problems with the fallopian tubes, including blockages (preventing egg and sperm from meeting) and an increased risk of ectopic pregnancy
  • Cervical changes, specifically an increased risk of developing cervical cancer
  • Damage to the eggs as they develop in the ovaries
  • Increased risk of miscarriage, possibly due to damaged eggs, damage to the developing fetus, or unfavorable changes in the uterine lining, which may make healthy implantation of an embryo less likely

Women who smoke are more likely to engage in other unhealthy practices, including unsafe sex. Risky sexual behavior can increase the risk of pelvic infection and blocked fallopian tubes.

However, in the case of damage to the eggs in the ovaries, this is likely a direct cause of smoking.

SMOKING MAY SHORTEN YOUR BIOLOGICAL CLOCK

Some studies have shown that smoking can cause not only problems with fertility while you’re smoking, but lead to lowered fertility in the future.

Men produce new sperm throughout their lives, but women are born with all the eggs they will ever have. Once those eggs are damaged, there’s no going back. Smoking may decrease the total number of eggs a woman has in her ovaries and cause the ovaries to age prematurely.

Toxins in cigarettes may also lead to DNA damage to the ovarian follicles, where the eggs normally develop to maturity.

This premature aging of the ovaries and decrease in eggs may lead to earlier menopause, as much as four years earlier than normal.

QUITTING SMOKING BEFORE YOU EVEN START TRYING TO GET PREGNANT MAY:

  • improve your chances of conceiving
  • be easier on your body
  • healthier for your baby
  • lower the risk of miscarrying the pregnancy
  • lower the risk of birth defects for your baby

 

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