Experts advise to take this precaution in sex life after taking Corona vaccine - Newztezz Online


Thursday, April 15, 2021

Experts advise to take this precaution in sex life after taking Corona vaccine

There is a lot of talk these days about what to do and what not to do after being vaccinated against the corona virus. 
People are raising various questions about the vaccine on social media. One of these questions is also whether it is safe to have sex after getting the covid vaccine?

Although no guidelines have been issued by the Ministry of Health, medical experts are advising people to take some precautions. Experts suggest that men and women should use contraception after taking a second dose of the vaccine and avoid family planning in the meantime.

Doctors say men and women should use condom-like contraceptives for at least 2 to 3 weeks after taking the second dose of the vaccine. This is because the body fluids come in contact with each other during sex.

Dr. "We don't know how the vaccine will affect people, so using a condom would be the best and most effective prevention," Verma said. He also advised that women should consult a gynecologist before taking the vaccine.

The third phase of clinical trials of covacin is still ongoing and volunteers are being advised to use condoms during sex for three months. Male volunteers have also been advised not to donate semen to men in recruitment criteria for three months.

Although the government has advised only pregnant and lactating women not to be vaccinated, nothing has been said about sex precautions after vaccination. Experts say those who are vaccinated should avoid direct sex with their partner for 3-6 months. .

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