News about the coronavirus vaccines keeps pouring in like there’s no tomorrow.
Not too long ago, we were revealing that Pfizer’s experimental oral drug that treats Covid-19 at the very first sign will be available by the end of this year, the company’s CEO said.
On the other hand, Pfizer has been making headlines lately due to some issues that have been popping up around their vaccine.
Also, we’ve been addressing the covid vaccine efficiency – CNBC reveals the best possible news about the vaccines produced by Moderna and Pfizer.
Also, we addressed some side effects following the vaccines – it’s important to note that some reactions are actually good news, but with so many issues being reported by the media, people don’t know what to believe anymore.
LA Times addresses periods and covid links
Now, LA Times just dropped an interesting article about covid and menstruation potential links. Experts are not sure whether these are related somehow, but they have reportedly started to analyze the issue.
LA Times notes that vaccines are designed to activate your immune system, and some experts have wondered if that could temporarily disrupt menstrual cycles.
“So far, reports of irregular bleeding after getting a COVID-19 vaccine have been anecdotal. And it’s hard to draw any direct links to the vaccines since changes could be the result of other factors including stress, diet and exercise habits,” the same online publication notes.
Unfortunately, there’s a lack of data that should be tracking changes that take place in menstrual cycles following vaccines in general as well.
“The benefits of taking the vaccine certainly way outweigh putting up with one heavy period, if indeed they’re related,” said Dr. Mary Jane Minkin, a gynaecologist and a professor at the Yale University School of Medicine.
We suggest that you check out the complete notes in order to learn more available details about the issue.