COVID-19 vaccination does not affect fertility or early pregnancy

Credit: CC0 Public Domain. In a new study from Mount Sinai, researchers found that vaccination against COVID-19 did not affect fertility outcomes in patients undergoing in-vitro fertilization (IVF). The findings add to the growing body of evidence that provides assurance that COVID-19 vaccination does not affect fertility. In the study, the team compared rates of … Read more

COVID-19 vaccines don’t cause infertility or harm pregnancy chances, Boston University research shows – BIOENGINEER.ORG

Having a COVID-19 vaccine does not affect a couple’s chances of becoming pregnant – but skipping the shots and landing a coronavirus infection could reduce male fertility. Having a COVID-19 vaccine does not affect a couple’s chances of becoming pregnant – but skipping the shots and landing a coronavirus infection could reduce male fertility. These … Read more

Bharti Singh on becoming ‘India’s first pregnant anchor’: ‘Gone are the days when pregnancy meant a pause from work’

Tha Bharti Singh and Haarsh Limbachiyaa all ready to become parents. While their family members are skeptical that they would return to work, Bharti says she wants to normalize the concept of women continuing to work during pregnancy. In a video shared on Colors TV, Bharti spoke about how her family had been shocked by … Read more

Consuming Artificial Sweeteners During Pregnancy May Affect Baby’s Microbiome and Obesity Risk

A study in rats is the first to discover changes in microbial populations and metabolism in infants when mothers consumed sweeteners during pregnancy. A new study is investigating the link between eating sweeteners during pregnancy and a child’s risk of obesity. Pregnant rats fed with stevia or aspartame gave birth to pups that had a … Read more

COVID-19 vaccination during pregnancy not linked to adverse birth…

.A new, large study finds that there are no links between adverse birth outcomes and COVID-19 vaccination during pregnancy. LAKRUWAN WANNIARACHCHI / AFP via Getty Images COVID-19 during pregnancy is associated with an increased risk of adverse health outcomes, including maternal mortality and premature birth. Yet vaccination rates in pregnant people remain low because of … Read more