Russian vaccines against coronavirus have passed the necessary tests to assess the impact on the ability to have children.
The experts assured that no negative consequences of vaccination were revealed during the tests, and vaccination is not a contraindication for pregnancy.
There is no evidence that the coronavirus vaccine can affect fertility in women or men.
The doctors also noted that all vaccines registered in Russia are effective and safe.
In this case, it’s best to be vaccinated with the drug that is available, and in the case of chronic diseases, it is worth consulting with a doctor on the choice of the drug.
Earlier, the possibility of contracting COVID-19 after being vaccinated against coronavirus was assessed.
“After being vaccinated against coronavirus (not because of it, but with subsequent infection with the virus), you can get sick, such cases have been described,” doctors said.
Even if a person has been vaccinated, if the corresponding symptoms appear, including SARS, it’s necessary to consult a doctor and do a PCR test.
The coronavirus vaccine itself can’t affect the test result. The doctors explained that the testing checks for the presence of active disease, and not a person’s immunity.