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STUDY CONFIRMS: COVID Jab Affects Menstrual Cycles

According to the CDC’s guidelines pertaining to the COVID jab, it is noted that the shot “is recommended for people who are trying to get pregnant now or might become pregnant in the future” and that there is “no evidence that any vaccines, including COVID-19 vaccines, cause fertility problems.”

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Similarly, a report from John Hopkins Medicine boasted the same sentiments from the CDC, with the report noting “getting the COVID-19 vaccine will not affect your fertility. Women actively trying to conceive may be vaccinated with the current COVID-19 vaccines — there is no reason to delay pregnancy after completing the vaccine series.”

Yet, in a report published on January 5th by the Green Journal, it was revealed that there could be slight changes to women’s menstrual cycles following the jab.

“In adjusted models,” the report said, “the difference in change in cycle length between the vaccinated and unvaccinated cohorts was less than 1 day for both doses (difference in change: first dose 0.64 days, 98.75% CI 0.27–1.01; second dose 0.79 days, 98.75% CI 0.40–1.18).”

with menstrual cycles being affected by the COVID jab, therein lies the possibility of fertility complications, as the NIH says that “Fertility depends on the menstrual (ovarian) cycle, and in each cycle, there is a ‘fertile window’ during which women can conceive.”

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