What Problems May Women Face After Getting The COVID-19 Vaccine?

Dr. Kate Clancy is an associate professor at the University of Illinois. In February, she shared that many women faced various menstrual cycle changes once they got the vaccine shots.

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She shared her experience via tweets, and she was fascinated by the changes.

“I’m a week and a half out from dose 1 of Moderna, got my period maybe a day or so early, and am gushing like I’m in my 20s again”, Clancy wrote.

In her following tweets, Kate Clancy shared her fascination, and she was “inflammation + tissue remodeling = extra bleedypants!”

I am fascinated that you enjoy this.

A couple of other women also shared their experiences. Some of them have heavier bleeding too and more painful periods due to getting the jab.

Clancy’s tweet motivated other women to share their experiences. The vaccines’ effects may appear as heavier flows, worsened cramps, and irregular timing.

Moreover, one woman shared that she faced two weeks of bleeding due to the Johnson and Johnson vaccine.

“I got J&J on March 15, then started my period about two days later — over a week early. It was heavier than normal “, was one of the comments of the tweet.

“Two weeks exactly after shot number 2, my cycle started 12 days earlier and heavier than it’s been for the last three years “, wrote another.

“I am 3 weeks out from my first Moderna shot and started my period in the middle of a BC pack. That’s never happened to me in 12 years of taking the pill. I never even spot between periods “, wrote third.

Some other comments:

“My period following 1st Moderna dose came a week early and was the most painful I’ve ever had “,

“After second dose, it came almost two weeks late, and my cycle has been regular for years, so I knew it was the vaccine but felt scared to say so. ”

“I thought I was going CRAZY, “another answered. “I got the J&J shot three days before my period started, and it’s now been…. 16 days of bleeding (normal period for 5 days then light but consistent bleeding for the rest)”.

Monica Grohne, the founder of Marea Wellness, stated that thousands of women reported vaccine’s side effects.

Expert Dr. Amesh A. Adalja suggested that it results from regular vaccine pain. But, others said that the stress caused these pains.

Health Magazine experts explained that they don’t know why so many women struggle with these changes. But, they also don’t have enough data to research it.

In one research that included 100 members, 80% of them who received the vaccine struggled with menstrual cycle changes.

The authorities in February received 7,000 side effects of the vaccine given by the VAERA Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System. 80% of the reactions were by women. Side effects reported by women are four times more common than by men.

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