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Yes and No: Smoking tobacco is the intentional inhaling of smoke from burning organic material plus whatever chemicals have been added, and is thus toxic to life. A couple who smokes has decreased fertility than if they did not smoke, and therefor will have a higher likelihood of negative pregnancy tests compared to if they did not smoke. The actual test, however, is just as accurate regardless of smoking. ...Read more
No relationship: I don't know of any relationship between cannabis intoxication and exacerbation of a hypercoagulable state (blood clots). The only risk of cardiovascular events of chronic use of cannabis may be in older people with coronary vascular or cerebrovascular disease, in which plaque rupture and superimposed clot formation may result from an increase in circulating cathecholamines when smoking marijuana. ...Read more
No: Your consent is required to test for either of these. ...Read more
Alcohol and Blood: This is an excellent question. There are two answers that may sound like they contradict each other. Alcohol thins the blood. This means that it does not clot so easily and too much alcohol, affecting the liver, can lead to easily bruising and such. But, drinking alcohol is also dehydrating. You pee off more fluid than you consume...Which can make the blood thicker and thus lead to slowing.. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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