smoking and drinking reduces the chance of pregnancy yeah? well if you have sex and he cums in you, and u smoke after you have sex but not before, are the chances still reduced? or does smoking after having sex not reduce chances of pregnancy.
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Smoking and drinking do more than that: they also can create health problems for a baby (not just you) should you become pregnant.
If you are trying to become pregnant, it is strongly advised you and your partner ditch smoking and drinking.
However, smoking and drinking will not usually impact if a woman can become pregnant, and the idea that one smoke before or after sex would have any impact on fertility is false.
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