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    The most rigorous study was conducted at the University of Copenhagen in Those are significant differences. But the researchers pointed out that the marijuana users also reported increased use of alcohol, tobacco, and caffeine, along with more stress, risk of STDs, and other factors that have been tied to infertility. While their models account for these differences, there may be other factors influencing the sperm count difference than just marijuana use. In other words, it could be the unhealthy lifestyle of a marijuana user — including the Doritos and brownies — and not just the drug itself.
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    3 Surprising Facts About How Smoking Weed Impacts Your Sperm

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    How does smoking marijuana affect sperm?

    Men who smoke marijuana may have higher sperm counts than those who have never used the drug, a surprising new study suggests. The findings are "not consistent" with previous research, which has suggested that marijuana has a harmful effect on men's testicular function, the researchers said. However, the study, published in the Feb. The findings are far from conclusive, and more research is needed to understand whether smoking marijuana could indeed, at certain levels, have a positive effect on sperm production. But the study does highlight how little researchers know about the effects of marijuana on reproductive health, study senior author Dr. Jorge Chavarro, an associate professor of nutrition and epidemiology at the Harvard T.
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    How does smoking marijuana affect sperm?

    Here we review the literature regarding cannabis' effects on male fertility. Relevant studies were identified and reviewed. Research supports a role for cannabis in reducing sperm count and concentration, inducing abnormalities in sperm morphology, reducing sperm motility and viability, and inhibiting capacitation and fertilizing capacity. Animal models demonstrate a role for cannabis in testicular atrophy and reduced libido and sexual function, but these results have not yet been replicated in human studies. Studies examining hormonal changes suggest inconclusive effects on testosterone levels, lowered luteinizing hormone LH levels, and unchanged follicle stimulating hormone FSH levels.
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    For ages, the conventional wisdom about marijuana and male reproductive health was that one did not benefit the other. Weed was kryptonite for healthy sperm; don't partake in one if you want the other. Scientific studies backed that up. But all it takes is one new study to blow up what we thought we knew, and that study was published this month.
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