COVID vaccine and women's fertility

Posted at 12:06 AM, Jul 31, 2021

Doctors are urging expectant mothers to get the vaccination.

One doctor, at Ochsner, says she received the vaccine while pregnant, and just two weeks later, she gave birth to a healthy baby girl.

"We have great data that shows that COVID vaccine does not increase women's risk of infertility, it does not increase women's risk of miscarriage or birth defects or any bad pregancy outcomes, said Dr. Jane Martin.

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