COVID-19 vaccines and female fertility
COVID-19 Pregnancy Vaccines

COVID-19 vaccines and female fertility

Santhni Subramaniam
Santhni Subramaniam

In 10 seconds? A new study shows COVID-19 vaccines cause no harm to fertility in women and do not reduce the chances of conception.

What’s in the study? Scientists analyzed data obtained from over 2000 female participants in a US study to understand the impact of COVID-19 infection and vaccination on their chances of conception based on their menstrual cycle. The COVID-19 vaccines regardless of their type were found not to impact fertility. Women who had been previously infected with COVID-19 also had no reduction in fertility, contrary to men who showed a decline after infection.

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