COVID-19 Vaccines Linked to Change in Menstrual Cycles: Study

Via Geller Report

COVID-19 Vaccines Linked to Change in Menstrual Cycles: Study

COVID-19 Vaccines Linked to Change in Menstrual Cycles: Study

Getting a COVID-19 vaccine has been linked to a change in the menstrual cycle among women, per a new study.

By Zachary Stieber, The Epoch Times, January 7, 2022:

Dr. Alison Edelman of the Oregon Health & Science University and other researchers studied cycles among 2,403 vaccinated and 1,556 unvaccinated women and concluded vaccination was associated with a change in cycle length.

The change was pegged at under one day; no change in menses length was detected.

Researchers said that vaccines that use messenger RNA technology—both Pfizer’s and Moderna’s do—trigger an immune response, which could temporarily affect the hypothalamic-pituitary-ovarian axis function, and the study results support the hypothesis.

“Our findings are reassuring; we find no population-level clinically meaningful change in menstrual cycle length associated with COVID19 vaccination. Our findings support and help explain the self-reports of changes in cycle length. Individuals receiving two COVID-19 vaccine doses in a single cycle do appear to experience a longer but temporary cycle length change,” the researchers wrote.

While the study did not find vaccination associated with changes in menses length, “questions remain about other possible changes in menstrual cycles, such as menstrual symptoms, unscheduled bleeding, and changes in the quality and quantity of menstrual bleeding,” they added. Geller Report read more

 

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