A new study has confirmed that Pfizer’s COVID-19 reduces sperm count in men, causing a severe fertility drop.
The group of researchers in Israel examined 220 sperm samples from 37 donors and found that Pfizer’s mRNA Covid vaccine, BNT162b2, causes a fertility drop of over 20 percent in men.
The results from the latest study were published over the weekend.
The participants were studied for five months after receiving the vaccine according to CDC recommendations.
Each participant provided multiple samples, spread out throughout the study’s duration.
The results showed a staggering drop in male fertility, with the average decrease being 22.1% across the study group.
NEW – Pfizer's primary mRNA injections "temporarily" impair semen concentration and total motile count among donors.
The scope of the study did not include the effects of additional "booster" injections.https://t.co/wRtL6bCxdx
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For over two years, experts have tried to deny that the FDA-approved Pfizer vaccine might impact fertility in both men and women.
In a report by NPR in 2021, experts referred to the claims as a “scare tactic” aimed at discouraging individuals from getting vaccinated.
The article states that such “false” claims “specifically seek to undermine trust in Pfizer… despite the decades of research.”
However, this statement by the mainstream media outlet is a false claim as there have not been “decades of research” related to mRNA COVID vaccines.
Since then, multiple studies and reports have shown that the COVID vaccines have a direct adverse impact on women’s menstrual cycles worldwide.
According to a report by USA Today in 2021, a study supported by the CDC and published in the Journal of the American Medical Association, the vaccine showed no direct impact on fertility.
The study, however, only looked a the individuals for 70 days, almost immediately after receiving the vaccine, leading to inconclusive data related to the long-term impacts of the vaccine.
The most recent study was enacted due to concerns about the vaccines’ “possible detrimental impact on male fertility.”
“Systemic immune response after BNT162b2 vaccine is a reasonable cause for transient semen concentration and TMC decline,” the study concludes.
In short, the Pfizer Covid vaccine does in fact reduce male fertility.