Thanks for the query.
I understand your concern.
Smoking can affect the male fertility and can damage the spermatozoa.
This can lead to decreased fertilizing capacity of spermatozoa, if conception occurs also, possibility of miscarriage will be high and it can affect the weight of the baby also.
So, better to plan pregnancy after your husband quits smoking.
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