British expert speaks about the myth that the vaccine against the Coronavirus Covid-19 can affect fertility or pregnant women.
As we have already seen, there are many doubts and uncertainties about the effects of Coronavirus Covid-19 During pregnancy.
It has been recently verified that the presence of SARS-CoV-2 in pregnant women it can put their health at risk and expose them to premature delivery.
But now the fear, the myths and the questions have spread to the effect that the new vaccines may have on women who are expecting a baby.
An expert speaks
He UK, Between the conflicts of its care protocols and the detection of a new variant of the Coronavirus, it has been one of the places where the version has circulated the most that the vaccine could be dangerous for pregnant women.
In fact, a recent survey of 55,642 British found that more than a quarter of women ages 18 to 34 said they would refuse the vaccine. All due to concerns about the effect of the vaccine on her fertility and future pregnancies.
However, and fortunately, the teacher Lucy chappell, NIHR Research Professor in Obstetrics at King’s College London, in an interview for the Daily Mail has come to clarify the whole matter.
Speaking specifically of the supposed scientific information that supports the risk theory about getting the vaccine in women of reproductive age:
I have investigated all sources and see no basis for concerns about any of the Covid-19 vaccines that are licensed in the UK in relation to fertility.
The purported sources are highly speculative and not fully supported by any of the data.
There is no concern from a biological point of view and no evidence has been presented that women who have been vaccinated have gone on to have fertility problems.
However, the teacher stressed that this of vaccines and pregnancy is a new territory for the history of humanity that is in constant evolution.
So it is necessary to remain vigilant, especially when conducting trials with pregnant women. To know precisely the evolution of your cases.