Recent research suggests the COVID virus is having a detrimental impact on sperm production and sperm quality.
Reliable research from large cohort studies have found there is no increased risk of side effects among pregnant women who have received their covid-19 vaccine.
Further research from the University of Georgia has revealed that in severe cases of men infected with COVID-19, testicular function may be impaired, therefore resulting in a reduction of male fertility.
There has been a lot of misinformation circulating online during the pandemic, some of which is extremely dangerous for women who are pregnant or planning to become pregnant.
Reliable research from large cohort studies has found there is no increased risk of side effects among pregnant women.
Vaccine hesitancy is a concerning growing trend, and one based on zero scientific evidence. Yet many are still reluctant to get vaccinated.
Misinformation on social media has left women anxious and doubtful about COVID vaccines. However these vaccines won’t cause infertility.