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  2. Although several fertility societies have announced that COVID-19 mRNA vaccines are unlikely to affect fertility, there is no denying that the current evidence is very limited, which is one of the reasons for vaccine hesitancy in the population, especially in pregnant women.

  3. Feb 26, 2022 · The most common theory as to why COVID-19 vaccination would interfere with fertility is that antibodies to the virus will attack a protein in the placenta. However, researchers from Yale School of Medicine found "zero evidence" to support this theory.

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  4. Apr 29, 2022 · “In a study from the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai that looked at fertility outcomes after COVID-19 vaccination—including egg quality, embryo quality and development, pregnancy rates, and early miscarriage—there was no difference between those who received COVID-19 vaccination and those who did not.” Get a COVID-19 vaccine booster.

  5. May 28, 2021 · There is no evidence that COVID-19 vaccines impair fertility in men or women, impact the menstrual cycle, or cause adverse pregnancy outcomes. Rates of adverse pregnancy outcomes in patients participating in the v-safe vaccine registry are similar to rates of these outcomes before the pandemic.

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