Does smoking weed cause infertility?

Published Feb 24, 2019 11:15 a.m. ET

How does marijuana affect fertility? This is a much-debated question. Some negative effects of marijuana use can be tied to both male and female reproductive systems. Though the question is, how much of any effect is truly present. It’s worth keeping in mind that any negative influences on fertility will vary between individuals as well.

For females: the use of marijuana decreases libido, this increases the chances of not having intercourse due to the difficulty of getting in the sexual mood. The accumulative effects of marijuana use on the late 20 age chronic marijuana user are more likely to experience a delay in the ability to become pregnant. Marijuana use in women can produce abnormal ovulation, this then leads to an increase in the inability to conceive a child. This result can also be achieved by the occasional smoker. This is true for women who smoke marijuana within a year of attempting to become pregnant. Miscarriage can be a concern with the mother who smokes marijuana during the pregnancy.

For males: The use of marijuana for the male may produce relaxed, euphoric feelings, but marijuana can have negative effects on the male sexual response. There is also an increased chance of impotence. The need to have sexual encounters to achieve pregnancy can become frustrating for the male. This can lead to frustration issues among the couple, which ultimately leads to not being able to have sex. The volume of seminal fluid and the number of the sperm are decreased with the use of marijuana Ability to ejaculate could be an issue with the chronic men smokers.

How does marijuana affect fertility? This is a much-debated question. Some negative effects of marijuana use can be tied to both male and female reproductive systems. Though the question is, how much of any effect is truly present. It’s worth keeping in mind that any negative influences on fertility will vary between individuals as well.

For females: the use of marijuana decreases libido, this increases the chances of not having intercourse due to the difficulty of getting in the sexual mood. The accumulative effects of marijuana use on the late 20 age chronic marijuana user are more likely to experience a delay in the ability to become pregnant. Marijuana use in women can produce abnormal ovulation, this then leads to an increase in the inability to conceive a child. This result can also be achieved by the occasional smoker. This is true for women who smoke marijuana within a year of attempting to become pregnant. Miscarriage can be a concern with the mother who smokes marijuana during the pregnancy.

For males: The use of marijuana for the male may produce relaxed, euphoric feelings, but marijuana can have negative effects on the male sexual response. There is also an increased chance of impotence. The need to have sexual encounters to achieve pregnancy can become frustrating for the male. This can lead to frustration issues among the couple, which ultimately leads to not being able to have sex. The volume of seminal fluid and the number of the sperm are decreased with the use of marijuana Ability to ejaculate could be an issue with the chronic men smokers.

Well, it’s time to look at some strains that will enhance the libido for women:

Purple Power: relaxing, sedative and will stick around for a couple of hours

Chocolate Chunk: this strain will entice you to the bedroom. It is a body-focused high. Not the best for long post intercourse cerebral chatting.

Green Crack: increase in energy with great creative sparks will be a welcomed addition to the bedroom. This strain will make everything interesting again.

Green Love Potion: the female libido will enjoy this creeper. The waiting time can be productive in the lead up to the final act. It is lower on the THC scale

Whatever strain you choose, make it work for you, enjoy!

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