Does Covid-19 vaccination causes infertility in Males and Women? Here's What Experts Say

There is no scientific evidence that the corona vaccine causes infertility, according to the Ministry of Health. As a result, pay no attention to such matters.

Corona's fight is still going on. Meanwhile, as of June 21, the government has increased the rate of vaccination against the disease. Dr. Harsh Vardhan, the Health Minister, stated that the effect was obvious on the first day and that the country had set a record for vaccinations. More than 8 million doses of the corona vaccine were given out on Monday, demonstrating that the government's immunization policy is on the correct track. However, many people are still apprehensive of getting the vaccine for one reason or another.


Several rumours about the corona vaccine have spread across the country. One of them is that the vaccine can make both men and women infertile. The Health Ministry has released a press release in response to this, stating that there is no scientific evidence that the corona vaccine causes infertility. As a result, pay no attention to such matters.

The National Expert Group on Vaccination recently stated that the corona vaccine is important for lactating women as well as for the safety of children, even though the country now has a vaccine for teenagers. Trials are now being conducted on them.

Dr. V.K. Paul, a member of the NITI Aayog, and AIIMS Director Dr. Randeep Guleria, recently appointed by the Press Information Bureau (PIB), have provided answers to several crucial questions about the corona vaccine. Dr. V.K. Paul said that the vaccine is completely safe for breastfeeding women throughout this study. There's no need to be concerned, and there's no reason to stop breastfeeding before or after vaccination.

Would be the COVID-19 vaccine safe for pregnant women? Dr. Randeep Guleria replied by saying that numerous countries have begun immunizing pregnant women. The US Food and Drug Administration has approved vaccinations from Pfizer and Moderna. The data for Covaxin and Covishield will be available soon. Some of the information is now available, and the rest will be in a few days, allowing us to approve the vaccination for pregnant women in India.


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