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latest research US National Institutes of Health COVID vaccination and the chance of pregnancy

The study pooled data from 2,126 women living in the US and Canada between December 2020 and September 2021 and followed participants until November 2021. Participants completed a questionnaire every eight weeks to provide social information. Population, life style, medical factors and information about spouses

The researchers found no significant differences inpregnancy rateper menstrual cycle between couples who were not vaccinated against COVID-19 and couples vaccinated with at least one dose of vaccine on one side.

latest research  US National Institutes of Health  COVID vaccination and the chance of pregnancy

Diana Bianchi, director of the Unis Kennedy Shiver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD), the US National Institutes of Health. pointed out that the findings help ensure that vaccination against COVID-19 In men and women who wish to have children, fertility is not impaired. It is also information for doctors who advise patients who want to become pregnant as well.

The results of the study were published in the American Journal of Epidemiology (AJE) on Thursday (Jan 20).

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