17 Sep New Study: Covid-19 Does Not Cause Sterility
We are excited to see this new study just published in Fertility and Sterility that there is no proof in the rumor that having Covid-19 immunization or a prior infection causes fertility problems.
This study is critical because vaccine hesitancy in reproductive-aged women is concerning and has resulted from the spread of misinformation on social media stating that COVID-19 vaccines will cause sterility in women.
“We hope that all reproductive-aged women will be more confident getting the COVID-19 vaccine, given Dr. Morris’s findings that the vaccine does not cause female sterility,” said Hugh Taylor, M.D., president of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM). “This, and other studies of this nature, further reinforce the ASRM COVID Task Force guidance that, no matter where you are in the family-building process, the COVID-19 vaccine is safe and saves lives.”
You can read the entire study here:
SARS-CoV-2 spike protein seropositivity from vaccination or infection does not cause sterility
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