THIS IS SHOWN BY SEVERAL STUDIES – AND NUMEROUS PANDEMIC BABIES
For some time, misinformation has been circulating on the Internet, saying that vaccination against Covid-19 with mRNA or vector vaccines makes or can make sterile. The leading biomedical research facility of the German federal government, the Robert Koch Institute (RKI) gave a bold clarification: “This statement is wrong.”
There is now some very convincing evidence from real life about how unnecessary this fear is: babies of vaccinated mothers. The oldest date from the time of the first clinical studies on the Covid-19 vaccines. All participants in the comprehensive study, which Biontech and Pfizer carried out with 38,000 subjects before their vaccine was approved, took a pregnancy test before the start. Only those who were not pregnant were allowed to participate. In addition, the test subjects were expressly asked to use contraception throughout the study, as they had little experience with the vaccine during pregnancy at that time. Only in a later study was the vaccine tested on pregnant women.
ALL CHILDREN OF THE VACCINATED WOMEN WERE BORN HEALTHY
However, despite the request for contraception, 23 women became pregnant during the study and the two-month follow-up period. There were eleven in the group who had only received injections with no active substance and twelve in the group of the same size who had received the Biontech vaccine. All children of the vaccinated women were born healthy.
MISINFORMATION ABOUT REDUCED FERTILITY FOR MEN
A study by the University of Miami in June 2021 confirmed that men do not have to worry about their fertility: Before and after vaccination with two doses of an mRNA vaccine, the sperm of the 45 men examined between 18 and 50 years of age were equally fit.
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