Covid Shots Destroyed Fertility of Young Men, Study Finds

A disturbing new study has revealed that Covid mRNA shots have caused widespread harm to fertility rates in young men.

The study, conducted by leading researchers in Denmark, analyzed semen samples from 7,000 men aged 18 to 45 years old.

The researchers note that roughly half of the participants were aged 18 to 24.

During the study, the researchers examined the quality of semen in potential donors in Denmark between 2017 and 2022.

Just over two-thirds of the men in the trial were not accepted as donors; their sperm parameters were measured only once.

1839 men were accepted as donors, and their semen was tested up to eight times throughout the study period.

This enabled the researchers to track individual donors over the years to ensure that trends were not simply the result of outliers but expressed a general decline across the board.

What the study found is that semen volume, sperm concentration, and total sperm count did not change significantly over the years monitored.

However, both motile sperm concentration and total motile sperm count (TMSC) decreased significantly among those accepted and rejected as donors.

The decline in motile sperm (sperm capable of independent movement) greatly concerned the researchers.

In the study’s paper, they stressed that this, “has potential implications for human fertility, because sperm motility is correlated with the probability of conception.”

The study revealed that motile sperm concentration dropped by 16 percent, and TMSC by 22 percent, among the entire donor pool, and by 17 percent and 21 percent among those accepted as donors.

However, the drop was only seen between 2019 and 2022, the final three years of the study.

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Furthermore, the declines were also seen within the categories of sperm (which are graded from A to D with regard to their motility).

The researchers commented that this suggested “a general decline in motility and not simply a decline in the concentration of one type of sperm.”

In fact, the concentration of grade-a sperm declined even more sharply than the average across the study, by 30 percent between 2019 and 2022 in all donor candidates.

Looking at those donors who made at least eight donations between 2019 and 2022, 425 donors saw their parameters improve during those years, whereas 587 saw their parameters worsen.

Throughout the study, the years 2020, 2021, and 2022 are cited as those during which changes for the worse were seen.

However, the years 2017 to 2019 and 2020 to 2022 were grouped together, meaning the spike in the final three years didn’t necessarily begin in 2020.

The researchers sought to examine what happened between 2020 and 2022 that could impact male fertility in such a way.

They note that the Covid pandemic must be considered and suggest:

Such a sharp decline in sperm motility to occur over a relatively short length of time suggests that external factors were likely to have played a role.

In this context, we note that the observed decline in sperm motility roughly corresponds to the onset of the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic.

However, they then note that the COVID-19 virus itself is not a likely culprit.

They note that no samples were taken from men with Covid symptoms or a diagnosis.

So, they tentatively conclude that lifestyle changes brought on by lockdowns could have played a role:

We should be mindful that many other aspects of life also altered around this time.

For example, widespread lockdowns may have led to changes in working patterns, diet, and levels of physical activity.

Several studies have shown that each of these factors can impact sperm motility…

However, men (and women) have been becoming more sedentary, with worsening diets, for many years.

The study’s authors actually stress that:

… despite popular media often reporting that semen quality in humans has declined in recent decades, the question is still very much unresolved.

They cite various studies showing that in general, over the past decades, the situation has not changed significantly, despite concerns about “climate change,” microplastics, and other factors.

However, the researchers are unable to link climate change, lockdowns, COVID-19, or any of the other suggestions to their observations.

While the study lumps 2017-2019 together, and then 2020-2022 together, the data were actually gathered and sorted according to year.

Yet, this only becomes apparent while observing the study’s graphs and tables.

What the study doesn’t mention is that 2019 was something of an anomaly.

Compared with 2018, the figures for 2020 don’t represent a significant drop.

However, from 2021 onward, the motility counts plummet significantly.

In fact, the drop from 2021 to 2022 among accepted donors (that is, the healthier members of the study), is quite dramatic.

The results here are less clear-cut, but it’s noteworthy that there is little sign of any recovery as time passes.

Alarmingly, the data shows that things are getting steadily worse.

In the study’s graphs, Figure 6 tracks individual donors who made eight or more donations throughout the period.

A and B represent one person each:

C and D show each individual donor as a trajectory:

From D it seems quite clear that men were doing worse from 2021 onward.

The authors of this study cite many other interesting studies in this area from past years.

However, one they fail to cite is the Gat study that was published toward the end of 2021.

The Gat study is of particular interest as it also found alarming changes in motility which were closely correlated to the Covid mRNA injections.

Unlike other studies that attempted to debunk a correlation, the Gat study was a (relatively) long-term study.

The researchers followed trial participants for over 150 days, unlike other studies which stopped after just two months or less.

Gat and colleagues concluded, using average figures, that “most” people’s key sperm parameters were more-or-less back to normal by half a year after the shots.

However, their data revealed that a significant subset of men were actually doing very badly even six months after their last dose.

Things were still getting worse when the trial stopped.

Now we have another study out of Denmark showing similar results, as can be seen in images C and D from Figure 6 — some men are doing better, and a few are doing much better.

But many more are doing much worse.

The researchers warn that the fertility of young men is being destroyed as their sperm quality declines dramatically.

Over 80 percent of Danish citizens were injected with the Covid shots.

The nation vaccinated the public with an average of 2.24 doses per person.

The figure means that of those who were injected, a large number also had at least one booster shot.

The authors of this latest study are now calling for a full investigation into the decline in fertility parameters in light of their findings.

READ MORE – Renowned Expert: Covid Shots Are ‘Weapons of Mass Destruction’

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By Frank Bergman

Frank Bergman is a political/economic journalist living on the east coast. Aside from news reporting, Bergman also conducts interviews with researchers and material experts and investigates influential individuals and organizations in the sociopolitical world.

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