Ok, I don't really want to be too critical of these ads because the heart is definitely in the right place, though I am infuriated at the idea that we need to have calm, quiet conversations to assure people that taking a vaccine that has saved millions of lives from a disease which has killed millions more is, in fact, the "right decision for me."
Here we've got a woman who is concerned about her ability to have a baby in the future. Could the vaccine possibly effect that? She's "heard things" that have left her confused and worried about this issue. Not from doctors, you can be sure- but still, she's "heard things." And here's an actual doctor to assure her that the fears she's picked up from her tag team of medical experts, Dr. Google, Dr. Tiktok and Dr. Facebook, are misplaced and that the vaccine is, in fact, safe.
Since this "concerned" woman is pretty fixated on the reproduction issue, the nice doctor might remind her that while the vaccine will not threaten her ability to safely give birth to a healthy child, there are two other factors that may very well do so. One is getting COVID. The second is being morbidly obese. (I'm sorry, but this young woman must have a BMI of at least forty. She clearly wants to have kids. She clearly wants to have a safe, healthy pregnancy and- I presume- to be active in the lives of her offspring. Yes, get the vaccine. But also, get moving and eating properly, for chrissakes. Seriously.)
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