Do YOU have high blood pressure? It could be affecting your fertility: Common drugs 'reduce the chances of having a baby by 10%'



Common drugs used to control high blood pressure can reduce male fertility, a study found.
Beta blockers were found to reduce the chance of having a baby by 11 per cent. 
Another common drug - ACE Inhibitors - reduced the chance by 9 per cent.
Further research found beta blockers reduced semen volume, semen concentration and mobility.
The drugs work by decreasing the activity of the heart by blocking the action of hormones like adrenaline.
Around one in three adults – 16 million – have high blood pressure in the UK.
Researchers at Stanford University looked at health data from around... read more

 
19 October 2016 in Health, Views: 43
Source: Daily Mail
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