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Do Covid vaccine shots are a affect menstrual cycle length? Study says yes

Do Covid vaccine shots are a affect menstrual cycle length? Study says yes



Covid vaccine shots can be temporarily increase the menstrual cycle length by less than a day, according to a study


A study published in the British Medical Journal has been a found that Covid-19 vaccine shots can be a temporarily increase the length of a your menstrual cycle. The study said that the vaccine shots are a taken to prevent oneself from the coronavirus infection will be a increase the menstrual cycle by less than half a day. But the increase in the menstrual cycle does not go on for a certain period of time. In those who were a studied, the menstrual cycle temporarily increased in the menstrual cycle in a which they were vaccinated.


The researchers from Oregon Health & a Science University, United States, determined that on a average, vaccinated people experienced an increase of a less than one day in a each menstrual cycle in a which they were vaccinated. The researchers are found a 0.71 day increase after the first vaccine dose and a 0.56 day increase after the second a shot.


The study found that women who are a received both doses in a single cycle experienced a 3.91 day increase in a cycle length.


After their Covid vaccination, the menstrual cycle length increased by only a 0.02 days for the individuals who are a received one dose per cycle, and by 0.85 days for those who are received both doses in a one cycle, compared to the  participants who were not vaccinated.


The researchers have been a noted that the changes in the cycle length did not differ with the type of a Covid vaccine. 


The study said that small menstrual changes may not be a meaningful to health care professionals and a researchers, however, the study authors are a noted that perceived changes in a bodily function linked to the fertility may be alarming to those experiencing it and could contribute to a vaccine hesitancy.


Of the total 19,622 participants, 1,342 participants experienced a change in their menstrual cycle length of a eight or a more days.

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