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Covid-19 vaccine and its effect on testicular function ...

Covid-19 vaccines have nothing to do with erectile dysfunction (ED). However, some studies show that covid disease can cause erectile dysfunction in some cases. A study in Italy reported that erectile dysfunction can be a short-term or long-term
complication of Covid-19 disease.

 


Does the Covid-19 vaccine affect testicular function?

In the last two or three years, despite Corona, different and special reasons have been heard from people for not attending social events!

But the reason why the American rapper did not attend the Met Gala ceremony left cyberspace!

He decided to avoid attending the great event due to the law requiring participants to be vaccinated. He caught the attention of social media users by sharing a story about a friend who had an "interesting" vaccination experience. According to him: the corona vaccine caused the swelling of this man's testicles and his impotence!

 

The story received a lot of feedback on social media and attracted the attention of many users. To this end, it has become imperative for health care organizations such as the CDC to resolve ambiguities.

 

Can the Covid-19 vaccine cause swelling or shrinkage of the testicles, impotence or male infertility, and erectile dysfunction (ED)?

 

 

Research shows that getting Covid-19 is more harmful than the risks associated with vaccination.

 

To date, no studies have reported the adverse effects of corona vaccines on the male reproductive system, including any physical symptoms such as testicular enlargement or shrinkage.

 

A recent study from a US medical school found that Covid-19 vaccines did not interfere with sperm production. In this study, researchers examined semen parameters before and after vaccination and found no adverse effects on sperm parameters and function. On the other hand, even sperm parameters improved slightly.

These results do not mean that Covid-19 vaccines increase your fertility, but they do mean that these vaccines do not harm your fertility.

 

 

Covid-19 vaccines have nothing to do with erectile dysfunction (ED). However, some studies show that Corona infection can cause erectile dysfunction in some cases. A study in Italy reported that erectile dysfunction can be a short-term or long-term complication of Covid-19.

 

"Global Covid-19 vaccination and personal care can help prevent sexual dysfunction," the researchers said. According to urologists, the corona virus can cause fertility problems and reduce sperm production. Studies on the bodies of people who have died from Covid-19 have shown the presence of the virus in the penis, along with evidence of ED. However, more studies are needed to find out if the corona virus is transmitted through sexual intercourse.

 

There are no reports of pain or irritation or swelling of the testicles after vaccination regarding the effect of Covid-19 vaccine on the testes.

But a joint statement from the Society of Male Reproduction and Urology (SMRU) and the Society for the Study of Male Reproduction (SSMR) states that about 16 percent of men who participated in the clinical trial of the Covid-19 Pfizer vaccine received a second dose of it, experienced fever. 
According to these organizations, fever can lead to a temporary reduction in sperm production. However, the temporary reduction in sperm production after a fever is less than a person infected with Covid-19.

Further research is needed to evaluate the long-term effects of vaccines and Covid-19. Based on the studies and articles currently available, there is no evidence that Covid-19 vaccines affect sexual function or fertility. However, we have many studies on the effects of Covid-19 disease on erection and sexual health.

 

 

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Instead of worrying about the negative effects of the vaccine, think about the severe negative effects of Covid-19 on your health!

Date Release : 2021/10/28
کد : 20016
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