Does Smoking Weed Affect Sperm? Here’s What a Men’s Infertility Doctor Says

The Cleveland Clinic highlights that infertility affects 186 million people globally, with male factors contributing to half of cases. Statistics from a 2023 Gallup survey suggest that 19% of American men use marijuana, prompting investigations into its impact on fertility. Research has shown a link between marijuana use and decreased sperm count, quality, and function. Further studies aim to understand its long-term effects on fertility. Recovery in male fertility post-marijuana cessation typically takes three to twelve months, with advice on seeking support and improving overall health as ways to enhance fertility.

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