Fertility and Covid vaccines: are they so bad for women wishing to become pregnant?

It seems that many women at the moment have decided not to undergo Covid vaccines for some fake news related to fertility.

With Covid 19, fake news, unfortunately, are on the agenda. There are many men and women who have declared that they do not want to undergo the coronavirus vaccine for fear of what might be inside.

Many believe that the trial was too fast and that it usually takes several years to arrive at such a vaccine.

Some have even fallen into the trap of believing that the new mRNA (messenger RNA) vaccines from Pifze-BioNTech and Moderna NIAID have the ability to modify our DNA .

A power that obviously with great force has been denied by all scientists. Another theory that unfortunately pertains to vaccines is that they could somehow affect women’s fertility . Which was highly denied even in this case.

So many scientists have decided to respond to all those fake news that run on the net to prevent more people from falling for it again.

Professor Lucy Chappel , researcher at the National Institute for Health Research and professor of obstetrics at King’s College in London, answered the false news about fertility .

But what did the teacher say?

Fertility and Covid vaccines: what kind of correlation is there?

Emphasizing that women need in no way worry about their fertility in case they get the vaccine. The doctor’s statements have the flavor of a real appeal, as according to a Find Out Now survey that involved more than 55,000 people, it emerged that over 25% of women interviewed between 18 and 34 years old will not undergo to the vaccine for fear of compromising their fertility .

A truly worrying fact and which is causing scientists to take shelter. The concerns of the British have been fueled for two reasons: the first is that pregnant women are not included in the vaccination plan and the second derives from fake news .

The latter circulated the news that the vaccine could hinder the formation of the placenta because it determines an immune response against an amino acid sequence that is present both in the Spike protein of the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus and in a protein used in placental development, called syncithin-1 ″. This is what one reads in one of the conspiracy messages.

The British body The Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunization (JCVI) leaked the news of not vaccinating pregnant women , which caused even more panic.

However, the body stated this, also based on the words of Professor Chappel, because the intent is to protect pregnant women since there is still no reliable data on the efficacy and safety of the vaccine on expectant mothers , since no studies have occurred.

However, this does not mean that the vaccine can harm mothers or the developing fetus. Studies done on animals have shown the opposite and that is that there is no type of impact on gestation.

As for the possible similarity between syncithin-1 amino acids of the Spike protein , the doctor confirmed that there is no correlation.

In fact, syncytin-1 is a protein that has nothing to do with the protein S of the virus.

In addition, the theories of the professor are also supported by the fact that all over the world, vaccinated people are milians. This showed that there are no fertility issues .

If any woman still has doubts about it, the teacher advised to discuss with expert obstetricians precisely to dispel any uncertainty.

What interests Professor Chappell is that the trial of the vaccine against Covid 19 continues in such a way as to also involve pregnant women and have all the necessary information about it.

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