COVID-19 vaccination ‘di nakababaog – study

COVID-19 vaccination ‘di nakababaog – study

January 21, 2022 @ 2:09 PM 4 months ago


Manila, Philippines – Nagkaroon na ng bagong ebidensya na walang koneksyon ang COVID vaccination sa pagpapaliit ng tsansa na magkaanak.

“These findings indicate that male SARS-CoV-2 infection may be associated with a short-term decline in fertility and that COVID-19 vaccination does not impair fertility in either partner,” lahad ng mga mananaliksik galing Boston University School ng Public Health at iba pang institusyon sa US.

“This adds to the evidence from animal studies, studies of humans undergoing fertility treatment, and the COVID-19 vaccine trials, none of which found an association between COVID-19 vaccination and lower fertility.”

 “Similarly, several studies have documented no appreciable association between COVID-19 vaccination and miscarriage risk,” dagdag pa  rito.

Kasama sa datos ang 2,126 babae na nasa edad 21 hanggang 45 sa United States at Canada na lumahok sa pag-aaral noong Disyembre 2020 hanggang Setyembre 2021.

Nagkaroon naman ng follow up bandang Nobyembre 2021.

“The findings provide reassurance that vaccination for couples seeking pregnancy does not appear to impair fertility,” ani Dr. Diana Bianchi, director ng NIH’s Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development.

“They also provide information for physicians who counsel patients hoping to conceive.” RNT/FGDC