Are Doctors Encouraging Vaccine Injections In Penis?!

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Are doctors really encouraging male patients to get the COVID-19 vaccine through penis injections?!

Take a look at the viral claims, and find out what the facts really are!

 

Claim : Doctors Encourage COVID-19 Vaccine Injections In Penis!

People are sharing a screenshot of a CNN article that apparently shows that doctors are encouraging male patients to get the COVID-19 vaccine through penis injections!

Doctors are discovering that, for male patients, the penis offers the fastest release of the vaccine throughout the body. Based on findings from a University of California study involving 1,500 men who received the vaccine.

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Are Doctors Encouraging Vaccine Injections In Penis?!

 

Truth : Doctors Are Not Encouraging COVID-19 Vaccine Injections In Penis!

This is just another example of FAKE NEWS circulating on social media platforms, and here are the reasons why…

Fact #1 : This Is Old Fake News

First, let me just point out that this is actually OLD fake news, which has been circulating since January 2021 – soon after the COVID-19 vaccines were first approved, and started being given worldwide.

Fact #2 : There Is No Such CNN Article

Just in case this is not obvious – there is no such CNN article. You can look it up on the CNN website for yourself, and there are many obvious clues in the viral screenshot:

  • It is not a video, so why is there a CNN Live TV chyron?
  • CNN uses a sans serif (without serifs) font based on the Helvetica font, called CNN Sans. The fake CNN screenshot used a serif font.
  • There are style errors – covid-19 (instead of Covid-19), and the use of full stops in the title
  • It lacks the any byline, dateline or placeline, which appear in all CNN articles

Fact #3 : There Is No Such University of California Study

Just to be clear – there is no such study by the University of California.

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Are Doctors Encouraging Vaccine Injections In Penis?!

Fact #4 : Doctor In Photo Called It Fake News

The doctor in the viral CNN screenshot is New York-based Dr. Mohitkumar Ardeshana, who called the viral screenshot “fake” in January 2021:

The article is completely fake. I have not said anything about such a study. It is a work of mischief by someone.

Fact #5 : Penis Injection Was For Erectile Dysfunction Treatment

I traced the image of a penis injection, and found that it was likely taken from a Spectrum Health Lakeland article on erectile dysfunction treatments.

Medication injected into the side of the penis causes an erection.

The drawing was attributed to Mary Ann Zapalac, with the copyright belonging to The StayWell Company.

Fact #6 : COVID-19 Vaccine Injections Are Intramuscular

So far, all of the approved COVID-19 vaccines are meant to be injected intramuscularly – deep into the deltoid muscle.

The penis is a vascular organ, but only for the purpose of developing an erection. Even so, it is designed to trap blood flow during an erection. Hence, it is not a good site to inject a vaccine.

The intramuscular injection site is the most common method of administering vaccines, as muscles have good vascularity. This allows the injected drug / vaccine to reach systemic circulation quickly, bypassing the first-pass metabolism.

The intramuscular injection for COVID-19 vaccines should be given within the safe white triangle area of the upper arm, into the deltoid muscle.

Intramuscular injection site triangle

Fact #7 : Wrongly Injecting Vaccine Can Cause Problems

Vaccine manufacturers advise healthcare professionals to avoid injecting the COVID-19 vaccines intravascularly (into the vein), subcutaneously (under the skin layer), or intradermally (into the skin), as that can cause problems.

Subcutaneous fat, for example, have poor vascularity, so injecting a vaccine there will result in slow mobilisation and processing of the antigens, leading to vaccine failure.

The vaccine antigens may also be denatured (destroyed) by enzymes if they remain subcutaneously or intradermally for a prolonged period. Subcutaneous and intradermal injections can also lead to localised cellulitis, granuloma formation, and abscess.

In short – injecting the COVID-19 vaccine into the penis and anything but the deltoid muscle, is not encouraged at all!

Fact #8 : This Is Just COVID-19 Vaccine Fake News

This is just another example of fake news created about the COVID-19 vaccines. Here are just some of the most recent examples that I looked into:

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