COVID-19 vaccines affected 42 per cent of women’s menstrual cycles, study shows – gee who would have guessed


 vaccines were found to affect about 42 per cent of women’s menstrual cycles in a new study run by 



The study, which sought to shed light on reports of unusual menstrual bleeding after receiving SARS-CoV-2 vaccination, surveyed more than 39,129 adults online after they were double-vaccinated against the virus.
It found that 42 per cent of people with regular menstrual cycles bled more heavily during their period after having the vaccinations than they had previously.

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