Young women are experiencing changes in their periods, including heavier bleeding, after receiving both first and second anti-coronavirus shots, a study by the Norwegian Institute of Public Health (NIPH) suggests.
RT.COM - 23 Dec, 2021 13:05
Women aged between 18 and 30 who took part in a large population study conducted by NIPH this year reported an increase in the incidence of menstrual changes. “Many women reported heavier periods than normal after the first and second vaccine dose,” said the study released this week.
While some 7.6% of participants experienced heavier bleeding before vaccination, the number of women reporting heavier periods after the first dose increased to 13.6%. After the second dose, it further grew to 15.3%.
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Changes after the first dose are “transient,” according to the study, which claims bleeding returned to normal levels around two to three months after the jab. However, among those women who experienced changes after the first shot, almost two out of three reported it again after the second dose.
The NIPH project leader, Lill Trogstad, noted that menstrual changes are “very common” in general, but the percentages were increasing following vaccination. Trogstad said the initial findings required further analysis to clarify whether periods are indeed affected by the vaccines. The results are not yet peer-reviewed.
Questions about changes in periods have been added by the NIPH to several ongoing national studies after initial reports of such possible side effects were received earlier this year. More than 60,000 women aged between 12 and 80 have so far participated in research into the possible association between various menstrual changes and Covid vaccination.
Based on the findings in young women, a recommendation was given to “delay vaccination until the cause is investigated or the symptoms have passed.” However, the potential side effect “should not prevent women [from] saying yes to a coronavirus vaccine,” Trogstad said, pointing out that the changes are temporary “for the majority.”
Menstrual disorders potentially caused by vaccines require further studies before a conclusive link is established, the EU drug regulator said after the release of the NIPH study, Reuters reports. The head of pharmacovigilance at the European Medicines Agency, Georgy Genov, said other tests are needed “to fully determine that.”
While changes in periods following vaccination have been previously reported, various researchers suggested they might have been coincidental or attributed to stress during the pandemic.
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