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The impact of COVID on reproductive functions assessed by a doctor

The impact of COVID on reproductive functions assessed by a doctor
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Infectious disease doctor, chief physician of the Clinical and Diagnostic Laboratory "Invitro-Siberia", Andrey Pozdnyakov spoke about the effect of coronavirus on the human reproductive system. Research is conducted for both men and women.

According to RIA News, according to Pozdnyakov, the virus binds to the inner walls of blood vessels, which increases the risk of developing blood clots. However, viruses that target the ovaries do not exist. But any severe infection can affect the function of the testicles and ovaries.

Therefore, after a long and difficult coronavirus, libido may decrease. How long this state will be is not yet known. However, fertility will not decrease. It can be negatively influenced by large doses of hormones during treatment, monoclonal antibodies.

There is still no prophylaxis to reduce fertility after coronavirus. Therefore, it is important to get vaccinated, which will make it easier to transfer the disease.

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