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Contrary to myths circulating on social media and to rapper Nicki Minaj's tweets during the Met Gala, medical experts and public health organizations say there is no evidence that COVID-19 vaccines affect male fertility. According to the CDC, professional societies for male reproduction recommend men who want to have babies in the future get a COVID-19 vaccine as "there is no evidence that vaccines, including COVID-19 vaccines, cause male fertility problems
The specifics of the claim aren’t clear. A representative for Minaj did not return requests for more information. But experts say there is no data to support the idea that the vaccines cause erectile dysfunction or swollen testicles.
originally posted by: ATruGod
originally posted by: myselfaswell
a reply to: HawkEyi
What they mean is ...... Yet. After all it's probably a bit early to say, seeing as that part of the experiment must have only just started, cause they certainly did # all before it went public.
Where is Your "pic" from? Link?