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smoking and cocaine use preventing me to get pregnant?

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Hello my name is eugenia, i am 38 years old i remarried on last march with a nice guys i love him with all my heart he doesnt have any kids yet and we are trying to consive a baby.. I got pregnant by him when we just met but i was a bligthen ovum and had a miscarrage since then i havent get pregnant again my question is that if because of him smoking not every day and not a heavy smoker only one a day and sometimes he uses cocaine on saturdays when he goes out with his friends but not every weekend can the smoking and cocaine use be preventing me to get pregnant and could they have been the cause of the blighten ovum on my last pregnacy?? Can u please help me thank you
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replied July 23rd, 2014
Thank you for asking.
Smoking and cocaine compromises the sperm health and that compromised sperm is one big cause of blighted ovum.alsonage of 38 is also not good with eggs health so could be a reason too. Wait for 3 cycle months till next trial and then seek a fertility consultant and let them help you in this regard.
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