Read here the recently published Vaccination
recommendations according to the ESHRE (European
Society for Human Reproduction and Embryology).
“ESHRE considers it appropriate that
men and women attempting to conceive through assisted reproduction receive the
vaccine before starting treatment.”
It is recommended that all doses of vaccination are taken no later than one
menstrual cycle before Treatment.
If the patient does not show any symptoms (fever, muscle pain, etc.), she
can start treatment, and continue until embryo transfer, in the nearest
Vaccination is not recommended during ovarian stimulation, before egg
collection, after embryo transfer, or during preparation for cryo or fresh
Assisted reproduction treatments should not be started in women who have had
any significant side effects from COVID-19 vaccination (such as an allergic
reaction) and until they are considered fit for pregnancy by their
In case the pregnancy test is positive and the pregnancy continues, we
recommend consulting the risks of vaccination directly with the vaccination
center – vaccination is not currently recommended for pregnant women and
As of July 2021, there is no information on the safety of
different vaccine types during assisted reproduction treatment or pregnancy, and
no recommendation can be made on which type of vaccine is the safest for men and
women aiming to attempt pregnancy.
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