Medscape: E-cigarettes tied to lower sperm counts
UC fertility experts warns E-cigarettes aren’t contraception
A study out of Denmark finds that use of e-cigarettes, like regular cigarette smoking, is associated with lower sperm counts among young men. Michael Thomas, MD, professor and chair of the UC Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology and UC Health physician, offered a response to the findings to Medscape. “Lower counts in the normal range will still allow pregnancy, and therefore, cigarettes and e-cigarettes are not a form of contraception.”
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