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Contracting COVID-19 temporarily reduces male fertility, study says

COVID-19 temporarily reduces male fertility by 18 percent while getting vaccinated against the virus has no negative effect on conception, according to a new study cited Wednesday by Dr. Anthony Fauci.

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“The data are clear: COVID-19 vaccination in male or female partners did not affect the likelihood of conception,” the White House Chief Medical Advisor said at a press conference, citing a study published this week in the American Journal Epidemiology.

Researchers examined 2,126 women in the US and Canada between December 2020 and September 2021 — before and after they got vaccinated — and found the jabs had no impact on babymaking.

But couples were temporarily 18 percent less likely to conceive if the male partner had been infected with [COVID] within 60 days of trying, according to the study.

“COVID-19 disease temporarily reduced male fertility,” Fauci said.

The study found that couples were temporarily 18 percent less likely to conceive if the male partner had been infected with COVID-19 within 60 days of trying.
COVID-19 under a microscope.
Fauci also dispelled rumors that the COVID-19 makes it more difficult for women to conceive.
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A separate study, published last week in the journal Obstetrics & Gynecology, found that COVID-19 vaccination also had no impact on “ovarian stimulation” success in women doing IVF. 

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Fauci said he presented the studies to combat misinformation, largely circulating online, that falsely states the mRNA jabs make it harder to get pregnant.

A study published in June also found that men who received the Pfizer or Moderna COVID-19 vaccine did not see a drop in sperm count or quality.

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