Stop Smoking

The best available scientific data indicate that cigarette smoking strongly contributes to infertility. Smoking should be discouraged for both male and female partners in couples with a history of infertility or recurrent miscarriage. Smoking cessation may improve natural fertility and success rates with infertility treatment.

For more information regarding smoking and infertility, visit the links below.

Smoking and Infertility

How to stop

Stay Healthy

Weight management, exercise, medications, and the workplace are major factors in the reproductive health of a patient. Studies show that fertility rates are decreased in women and men when they are either very thin or obese, don't exercise properly, are not aware of harmful medications, and are exposed to workplace hazards.

For more information regarding these topics and their effects on fertility, visit the links below.

Weight Loss

Exercise

Workplace

Get Informed

The American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM) provides excellent booklets regarding infertility. Patient associations and specialists around the United States are also available to help you and answer any remaining questions.

If you have any other questions regarding infertility, please visit the dietary supplement and healthy eating pages or visit the links below.

Patient Associations

ASRM Booklets