NewsHub 12 January 2021
Family First Comment: Yep – we warned voters about that. Affects reproductive health of both women and men
* erectile dysfunction in men and infertility in women.
* decreased sperm count.
* delayed or no ovulation
* prenatal exposure to marijuana and problems for the child
Read more https://saynopetodope.org.nz/high-mums/
“While existing studies suggest that self-reported cannabis use is not associated with fecundability (the ability to conceive), self-report may not be reliable,” the study, published in the journal Human Reproduction this week, says.
But by the end of the six-month study, 66 percent of those who didn’t use cannabis had conceived, compared to just 42 percent of smokers – even though those who smoked regularly tended to have more sex.
“These findings highlight potential risks on fecundability among women attempting pregnancy with a history of pregnancy loss and the need for expanded evidence regarding the reproductive health effects of cannabis use in the current climate of increasing legalisation,” the researchers said.
READ MORE: https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/world/2021/01/cannabis-might-stop-you-getting-pregnant-study.html