COVID vaccine and pregnancy fears debunked by mult

2022-04-05
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Pregnant women who have a COVID-19 vaccine are no more likely to miscarry than unvaccinated pregnant women:1619173444685,, according to multiple studiesThe latest in your inbox.

A new analysis of vaccination in early pregnancy – from the United States’ Centres for Disease Control (CDC) – found there was no increased risk of miscarriage among nearly 2500 pregnant women who received an mRNA COVID-19 vaccine (Pfizer or Moderna) before 20 weeks of pregnancyThe European Medicine Agency.

According to the CDCThe phase of COVID-19 history that we, miscarriage typically occurs in about 11 to 16 per cent of pregnancies.

The study found miscarriage rates after receiving a COVID-19 vaccine were about 13 per cent, which was essentially on par with the expected rate of miscarriage in the general population.

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