Once a cheater always a cheater, they say, but why even start? Cheating is frowned upon, for obvious reasons, but now, your fertility may even be at risk.
A new study shows that people in long-term, committed relationships are more fertile than those in unstable relationships where both partners cheat. The theory is that our bodies recognize having a steady partner, which reduces the burden of pregnancy and lactation.
Apparently, according to the study, fertility is affected regardless of which partner cheats, which should hinder both partners from even thinking of cheating.
What do you think? Would this prevent you from cheating, or, fuel you to cheat?
Source: Elite Daily
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