Smoking menopause forward 4 years and decreases fertility

Women who smoke may suffer complications thousands of health and beauty, but beyond that reproductive capacity is also affected. According to studies conducted by the Assisted Reproduction Clinic Ginefiv of Madrid, Spain, the smoke may reach menopause forward 4 years, decreasing the quality of eggs and increase the chances of having an abortion.

The women smokers who are of childbearing age in general have poorer quality eggs than non-smokers, more likely to have children with chromosomal abnormalities, and to suffer premature menopause.

The effect of the snuff on women of reproductive age, is comparable to having 10 years of age and that when parenting is crucial. On the other hand, there is an increased risk of having abortions, ectopic pregnancies, placenta previa, premature babies, sudden infant death, including complications.

In the case of female smokers who turn to treatment of fertility, may face greater difficulties than those who do not have the habit of snuff; have more canceled cycles, the chances of implantation are smaller and require more drugs with gonadotropins to stimulate ovulation.

The effect of the snuff on women of reproductive age, is comparable to having 10 years of age and that when parenting is crucial. On the other hand, there is an increased risk of having abortions, ectopic pregnancies, placenta previa, premature babies, sudden infant death, including complications.

Unfortunately this is not all, besides snuff threaten the health of women and complicate the possibility of being a mother, the children of women smokers tend to suffer complications in their own fertility. Males may have a lower sperm concentration and poor mobility of the same, while women are likely to have early menopause.

The good thing is that all is not lost, the loss of fertility and changes associated with smoking can be reversed in a year if you stop smoking, which is why quitting is essential when a woman undergoes a treatment fertility.