16.Sep .2021 15:30

There Is No Evidence That Vaccination Affects Fertility – NCDC

There Is No Evidence That Vaccination Affects Fertility – NCDC
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According to Lela Shengelia, Doctor of Medicine, Head of the Department of Mothers, Children and Reproductive Health of the National Center for Disease Control, there is no evidence that coronavirus vaccination will affect fertility in either a woman or a man.

"There is no biologically reliable mechanism to suggest that vaccination affects a woman's fertility. There is no similar evidence, not even in the case of men. On the contrary, it is desirable and better for both men and women to be vaccinated to protect themselves from the complications associated with the infection, and it is especially important for a woman to be vaccinated before the third trimester of pregnancy to protect herself," Lela Shengelia said.