COVID-19 Q&A: Addressing concerns about fertility and the vaccine – WVTM13

COVID-19 Q&A: Addressing concerns about fertility and the vaccine

Updated: 10:51 PM CST Nov 10, 2021

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ANSWERING THOSE QUESTIS ONFOR YO IAN: WE ARE WORKING TO ANSWER QUESTIONS ABOUT THE COVID VACCINE. I RECENTLY ASKED DOCTOR KAREN LANDERS TO ADDRESS QUESTIONS VACCINE. HERE IS WHAT YOU TOLD ME. >> THERE IS NO SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE, ZERO INDICATION THAT THIS VACCINE INTERFERES WITH FERTILITY. IN FACT, DURING THE CLINICAL STUDIES, THERE WE WOMEN WHO BECAME PREGNANT ANDAD H SUCCESSFUL PREGNANCIES AND DELIVERED HEALTHY INFANT S.THOSE WERE WOMEN PARTICIPATING IN THE TRIALS. IAN: SINCE THAT TIME, THEDC C HAS CONTINUED A PREGNANCY REGISTRY, CONDUCTING DATA ON VACCINATED WOMEN WHO ARE PREGNANT. THERERE A NO ADVERSE OUTCOM.ES ANOTHER THING SHE POINTED OUT, ISTH IS AN IMPORTANT HEALTH MEASURE, NOTING COVID CAN INCREASE PREMATURE DELIVERY, AND ALSO BE VERYRO PBLEMATIC DURING A PREGNANCY. >> WE HAVE HAD PREGNANT WOMEN IN THE ICU IN ALABAMA. WE HAVE HAD PREGNANT WOMEN DIE OF COVID IN ALABAMA. WE HAVE HAD WOMEN LOSE INFANTS AS WELL. I THINK IT IS EXTREMYEL IMPORTANTHA T THAT UNFORTUNATE RUMOR ABOUT INFERTILITYND COVID-19 VACCINES B COMPLETELY LAID TO REST. IAN: IF THERE IS SOMETHING ELSE YOU WANT TO KNOW ABOUT, PLEASE EMAIL ME QUESTIO

COVID-19 Q&A: Addressing concerns about fertility and the vaccine

Updated: 10:51 PM CST Nov 10, 2021

WVTM 13 is working with health experts to get you the facts on any questions you may have related to the COVID-19 vaccines.In this segment, WVTM 13's Ian Reitz asks Dr. Karen Landers at the Alabama Department of Public Health about concerns surrounding the COVID-19 vaccines and fertility in women. Hear her answer in the video above.Do you have a COVID-19 vaccine question you would like answered? Email us at wvtm13@wvtm.com and we'll contact the experts and return to you as quickly as possible!MORE FACTS ON THE VAXCan pregnant women get vaccinated? Should pregnant women get vaccinated?Are breakthrough cases more common farther away from vaccination?

WVTM 13 is working with health experts to get you the facts on any questions you may have related to the COVID-19 vaccines.

In this segment, WVTM 13's Ian Reitz asks Dr. Karen Landers at the Alabama Department of Public Health about concerns surrounding the COVID-19 vaccines and fertility in women. Hear her answer in the video above.

Do you have a COVID-19 vaccine question you would like answered? Email us at wvtm13@wvtm.com and we'll contact the experts and return to you as quickly as possible!

Can pregnant women get vaccinated?

Should pregnant women get vaccinated?

Are breakthrough cases more common farther away from vaccination?

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COVID-19 Q&A: Addressing concerns about fertility and the vaccine - WVTM13

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