Pfizer’s Covid jab affects concentration and mobility of sperm
The total number of motile sperm is reduced by more than 20 percent three months after the injection, a new study from Israel has found.
Because of concerns about the possible harmful effects of the Covid “vaccines” on male fertility, Israeli researchers have examined the Pfizer preparation on the sperm parameters of sperm donors. Their study has now been published in the journal Andrology.
The authors found an average 15,4 percent decrease in sperm concentration for 75 to 120 days after the injection, meaning that motile sperm decreased by 22,1 percent. A general recovery had taken place 5 months after the injection; sperm volume and mobility were then no longer affected.
According to the researchers, the systemic immune response after the “vaccination” is a plausible cause for the temporary decrease in sperm concentration and mobility. The long-term prognosis remains good, they said.
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