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Could lifestyle factors (smoking, alcohol, or stress) be affecting my fertility?

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Yes. Many research data shows that frequent smoking, alcohol or stress will affect the egg and sperm quality, which may result in the poor outcome. We recommended before starting IVF treatment, you and partner should quit smoking, limit alcohol, keep healthy diet and mild exercise, and reduce stress to optimize the IVF outcome.

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