(PresidentialWire.com)- According to a recent study examining the effects of Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccination, males who received the shot had a sustained decline in sperm count. The announcement follows years of ridicule by corporate media and “fact checks” by publications with close ties to vaccine producers.
A 2022 Israeli study titled To Investigate the Effect of COVID-19 BNT162b2 (Pfizer) Vaccine on Semen Parameters Among Semen Donors was released on June 17th with alarming results.
Researchers came to the following conclusions after looking into concerns regarding the “potential adverse influence on male fertility” as a result of the COVID-19 vaccine:
Even though researchers labeled the effects as “temporary,” the study’s cross-tabs reveal that after 150 days, men’s baseline sperm concentration and total motile count (TMC) were close to 20% lower.
The table below shows that these two variables were those where the impacts were most pronounced. Four data points were utilized in the study to make comparisons: T0 was the initial count; T1 was the time after the vaccination; T2 was the time after the vaccination, and T3 was the time after the vaccination of 150 days or more.
Repeated assessments showed a -15.4 percent drop in sperm concentration on T2, which resulted in a 22.1 percent drop in total motile count compared to T0, the study states.
Similar reductions in concentration and TMC were seen on T2 compared to TO after analysis of the first semen sample alone and samples’ mean per donor, with median declines of 12 million/m1 and 31 million motile spermatozoa, respectively (p=0.02 and 0.002, respectively), on first sample evaluation, and median declines of 9.5X106 and 27.3 million motile spermatozoa, respectively (p=0.004 and 0.003, respectively), on samples’ mean examination, the report said
Even six months after receiving the COVID-19 vaccine, study participants’ sperm concentrations were, on average, 15.9 percent lower than their initial baseline. Despite increasing by about three percentage points from the previous period, TMC’s count was still 19.4 percent below the baseline.
The study concluded that semen volume and sperm motility parameters were not similarly compromised and that “systemic immune response after BNT162b2 immunization is a reasonable cause for temporary semen concentration and TMC reduction.”
The discovery comes amid worries that the COVID-19 vaccine also negatively affects female reproductive systems. Despite major media sources and fact-checkers dismissing the theory as a conspiracy theory, a recent National Institutes of Health study confirmed the occurrence.