We Are Unable to Recommend You Medical Marijuana
It is recommended that medical marijuana NOT BE USED in neither women or men trying to conceive, or in women during pregnancy, nor in women while breastfeeding. You are encouraged to look into studies and sources to make your own informed decisions.
While it is entirely possible for those who smoke marijuana to conceive, studies have shown that cannabis does have a significant effect on fertility. Using marijuana has been found to make sperm less fertile and this effect is true whether or not the user male or female. The presence of marijuana often affects sperm in a negative manner when trying to conceive. In women, the active ingredient of marijuana called THC can be found in her reproductive organs and fluids. When sperm comes in contact with the THC in the female’s body, it has the same effect as when the male is the user: the sperm becomes prematurely inactive.
Due to these findings, it is highly recommended that partners trying to conceive avoid marijuana in both males & females.
Should you get pregnant despite the lower chances of conception, you should immediately stop smoking marijuana, as it’s been found to lead to a higher risk of premature birth and dangerously low birth weights.
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