From February 7th, you will need our travel document and a PCR or antigen test that is not older than 24 hours prior to departure. In addition, another quick test is carried out at the airport after landing. The transport of treatment to and from the clinic is exempt from quarantine.
Please also check for yourself which corona-related conditions apply to you when you cross the border or land in Copenhagen or return.
Here you can see the current rules: Re-open EU (europa.eu)
Covid 19, vaccination, fertility
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Many women have gotten pregnant since the pandemic began, and Covid 19 does not appear to affect the pregnancy or the fetus itself (1).
However, a woman who became infected late in pregnancy is at risk of having the disease for a longer time than a woman who is not pregnant.
Does the Covid-19 vaccination increase the risk of infertility, miscarriages, stillbirths or congenital deformities?
The approved COVID-19 vaccines do not contain live viruses. It is very unlikely that the vaccine could cause infertility, miscarriages in the first or second trimester, stillbirths, or congenital birth defects. However, there are currently no clinical studies with enough data to shed light on this (2).
Should I be vaccinated even though I am on fertility treatment?
You can be vaccinated during fertility treatment, but remember: There should be 21 to 28 days between the first and second vaccination. If you get pregnant before the second vaccine is given, you should not get the second vaccination until after you are born (3). There should be a few days between vaccination and fertility treatment (4).
Can I be vaccinated if I am pregnant?
Pregnant women should not be vaccinated according to the SSI (Statens Serum Institut) as the vaccine has not been tested on pregnant women (1). In the United States, the American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM) recommends that everyone be vaccinated, including women planning to conceive and women newly pregnant (5). The European Fertility Association ESHRE has not yet commented on vaccinations and fertility treatments.
Why pregnant women cannot and should not be vaccinated has a very simple explanation:
For ethical reasons, the vaccine cannot be tested on pregnant women – pregnancy is generally an exclusion criterion in vaccination and drug studies.
Because the vaccine has not been tested on pregnant women, the potential effects on babies and pregnancy have not yet been adequately researched.
In principle, pregnant women do not have an increased risk of Covid infection due to their pregnancy.
1 – https://academic.oup.com/humrep/advance-article/doi/10.1093/humrep/deaa284/5913391
2 – https://www.sst.dk/da/corona/Vaccination%20mod%20COVID-19/Om%20COVID-19%20vaccination
3 – https://covid19.ssi.dk/vaccination/sporgsmaal-og-svar
4 – COVID 19 vaccination and assisted reproduction_12012021.pdf
5 – https://www.asrm.org/globalassets/asrm/asrm-content/news-and-publications/covid-19/covidtaskforceupdate11.pdf
Let’s take care of each other.
Please contact us in order to make an appointment before coming to the clinic, as we are not present on a daily basis from 9 am to 4 pm due to the pandemic.
There are disinfectants in the waiting room, and we would like to ask everyone to wash their hands thoroughly or clean them with disinfectant.
Please do not bring any relatives who are not specifically necessary for the treatment.
We do not shake hands or hug each other in fhe Sellmer Clinic right now.
We would like to draw your attention to the fact that, unfortunately, we cannet treat you if you experience COVID-19 symtoms or have been to the risk of infection.