Pfizer Vaccine May Impaired Reproductive Ability If Having Sex Within 28 Days After Second Injection
A previously unannounced side effect of the Pfizer vaccine is that one must abstain from intercourse for a month after the second injection, according to Clinical Protocol.
“Male participants are eligible to participate if they agree to the following requirements during the intervention period and for at least 28 days after the last dose of study intervention, which corresponds to the time needed to eliminate reproductive safety risk of the study intervention(s).”
Moreover, the study says that overall, the vaccine is dangerous for both men and women.
• Refrain from donating sperm.
• Be abstinent from heterosexual intercourse with a female of childbearing potential as their preferred and usual lifestyle (abstinent on a long-term and persistent basis) and agree to remain abstinent.
• Must agree to use a male condom when engaging in any activity that allows for passage of ejaculate to another person.
• In addition to male condom use, a highly effective method of contraception may be considered in WOCBP partners of male participants (refer to the list of highly effective methods below in Section 10.4.4).
For women, the restrictions include “no pregnancy” and “breastfeeding”.
A female participant is eligible to participate if she is not pregnant or breastfeeding, and at least 1 of the following conditions applies:
• Is not a WOCBP (Woman of Childbearing Potential).
• Is a WOCBP and using an acceptable contraceptive method as described below during the intervention period (for a minimum of 28 days after the last dose of study intervention). The investigator should evaluate the effectiveness of the contraceptive method in relationship to the first dose of study intervention.
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