So even though marijuana probably makes it harder to ejaculate and makes it harder for sperm to reach the egg, those birthrate-lowering effects are negated by fewer people using protection while they’re high. (Other studies have found the same link between consuming marijuana and not using contraception.) It’s important to do this research so we know the potential unintended consequences as marijuana legalization spreads, Baggio says.
We need more research on the product claims of marijuana. But, even more importantly, we need studies like the ones that focus on birthrates or the one from last year that suggests that marijuana might lead to more aggression with romantic partners, at least in young couples. While scientists already have a head start at tracking down the side effects of marijuana products in people, side effects in populations remain more of a mystery.
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