No, COVID vaccines don’t cause infertility. Debunking 5 myths about women’s health – GLOBAL

November 1, 2022

For the past two-and-a-half years, healthcare workers have had their hands full battling COVID-19 as well as the spread of conspiracy theories and misinformation around the pandemic.

From fake news stories around rising stillbirths caused by the COVID-19 vaccine to baseless reports linking the shots to infertility in women, the so-called “infodemic” has threatened the fight against the virus, experts say.

Women’s health-care providers in Canada are growing concerned about the mistrust this has created in accessing care and the divisions among families.

“It’s difficult for women to know whom to trust because they keep hearing things over and over again, but they’re not necessarily from reliable sources and that’s really where we run into problems,” said Dr. Constance Nasello, a generalist obstetrician and gynecologist in Chatham, Ont.

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