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bad for your health. This is especially
true for women who are trying to conceive.
But have you ever considered that you could have genes that are most
probably damaged, and you are more susceptible to cancer and other genetic diseases
just because your dad smoked? A research I saw online conducted by researchers
of the University of Bradford in England disclosed that if your dad smoked like
crazy even way before you were conceived, he would have probably warped up your
genetic information. These changes in
the DNA could most probably make the child in the womb most likely to catch diseases
in later life such as cancer and other genetic diseases. (uh-oh. My
dad smoked and only stopped when he retired!)
to convince their partners to stop smoking. A fertile sperm cell could take
about three months to fully develop. To avoid
a genetic mishap, quitting should start way before trying to conceive.
culture where smoking is considered “macho”.
I mean, when my son was born, my older relatives urged hubby to smoke a
cigar. Just on that moment when our baby boy was born anyway. It is a tradition, I think, that
whenever a male is born, the father should smoke a cigar. Cigar essentially became a symbol of the
will make you stop smoking, it has no tar, smelly odor and ash. This may help
you in your way to completely stop smoking.