Study: Secondhand smoke may cloud chances of getting pregnant

05/26/2005 | MSNBC

Exposure to secondhand smoke can hurt a woman's fertility, especially if she is undergoing treatments to become pregnant, according to a new study. Researchers say they found among 225 women seeking fertility treatment, both smokers and non-smokers who were exposed to smoke at home were less than half as likely to become pregnant as non-smokers who were not exposed to smoke at home.

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