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Covid Fertility

Filed under: General — Downunder @ 4:55 pm Thu 30th June 2022

Haven’t done an authenticity test of this myself so there may or may not be something to it.

The World Council for Health is increasingly concerned by the impact of the experimental Covid-19 vaccines on human fertility and once again calls for an immediate halt to the vaccination program.

Pfizer’s novel Covid-19 vaccine leads to lower levels of fertility in men, according to a new peer-reviewed study. The paper, which has been accepted for publication in the journal Andrology evaluated the impact of the experimental Covid-19 injections on sperm motility and concentration and found that, three months after vaccination, semen concentration was reduced by 15.4%.

The researchers found that there was a decrease in sperm concentration between 75 and 120 days post-vaccination.


  1. I have read in other places, claims of infertility.
    But have never seen, actual evidence.
    So a claim of 15% drop in concentration, is concerning.
    I doubt that stops pregnancy, so no end to humans.

    Much harder to measure, is female fertility.
    So is men’s result, better or worse that the female result.

    From looking at things, as a bad result.
    We can try to find, something good from it.
    It confirms that you can, alter male fertility.
    If your aim, is male contraceptive choice.
    A pill that stops fertility, would be a great advance.
    So finding a way of altering fertility, is great news.

    Comment by DJ Ward — Fri 1st July 2022 @ 9:14 pm

  2. Some men have sperm that just aren’t good swimmers.

    They can now defeat nature and reproduce with artificial intervention.

    So, that’s will power as opposed to won’t power.

    Are we confusing reproduction with fertility now?

    Previously the confusion was around reproduction and sex.

    Comment by Evan Myers — Sun 3rd July 2022 @ 11:34 am

  3. You make a good point, fertility and reproduction are different.

    And I guess, the reproduction and sex argument is old.
    As evidence humans first laws, were also about sex.
    Recognising that the wife, had the husbands children.
    With the adulterer, who knows.

    Contraception, separating reproduction from sex.
    And without it, global population would be insane.
    Global famines, would be normal.

    Contraceptives, are a huge advance for women.
    But without doubt, less so for men.
    The original laws, now just treated with contempt.
    They can stealth men, and have other men’s kids.

    For men what is fertility, if not a dangerous thing.
    Hence the rush for vasectomies, and risk of actual infertility.
    Or resigned to third class sex, forced to use condoms because of trust.

    Maybe men can go on strike, resorting to abstinence.

    Comment by DJ Ward — Mon 4th July 2022 @ 5:26 pm

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