There is a higher chance of miscarriage, possibly as a result of damaged eggs, harm done to the developing fetal or unfavorable uterine changes, which may make healthy implantation of an embryo less likely to cervical changes, specifically an increased risk of developing cervical cancer.
Pregnancy may be more difficult for smokers than for nonsmokers.
Regular, unprotected intercourse (at least every 2-3 days) can lead to pregnancy in most couples. Smokers, on the other hand, see their chances of becoming pregnant drop by half on a monthly basis. There are numerous health benefits to quitting smoking.