Do vaccines against Covid-19 affect menstrual cycle? This says science


Many women have highlighted that their cycle was altered after receiving the biological but this is the reality of things

Mayte baena·

Menstruation is not affected or vaccine against Covid-19 Photo: Internet

Studies around vaccine against him COVID-19 continue to reveal information about the side effects that they have caused to the people who have already received them and, therefore, to those who are going to receive it.

However, in the case of women, there have been some who highlighted that their menstrual cycle was affected after being immunized, so the doubt arises whether this biological is responsible or not for this fact.

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The European Medicines Agency (EMA), reported that it has carried out the task of investigating the reported cases where they were presented menstrual disorders, so it has been spread that there is no cause between vaccines and this affectation.

That is why it was highlighted that the possible reasons for these disorders are due to stress, exhaustion or some medical condition like fibrosis OR endometriosis, but not linked to the vaccine directly.

Although there have been women who highlighted that there have been stronger colic, intensity in menstrual flow or even alterations after receiving the vaccine, these are not related to the biological against SARS-CoV-2.

With information from: EMA, Milenio

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