No, Covid-19 vaccines don’t affect women’s fertility or pregnancies

No, Covid-19 vaccines don’t affect women’s fertility or pregnancies

28/10/2021 1:00:00 PM

No, Covid-19 vaccines don’t affect women’s fertility or pregnancies

Some women are holding off on being vaccinated against Covid-19 because of concerns the jab could affect their fertility, at times taking to social media to voice their concerns.

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