New NIH Study Finds Link Between Covid-19 Vaccinations And Increased Menstrual Cycle Length In Women
A recent study found that there is a temporary increase in menstrual cycle length for women who have received the COVID-19 vaccine.
“A large international study has confirmed the findings of a previous U.S. study that linked COVID-19 vaccination with an average increase in menstrual cycle length of less than one day.
On average, vaccinated people experienced an increase of less than one day in each cycle in which they were vaccinated: a .71 day increase after the first dose and a .56 day increase after the second dose. Participants who received both doses in a single cycle had a 3.91 day increase in cycle length.”
Earlier reports of menstrual cycle changes from women were dismissed as misinformation, as those reports grew, more outlets and health agencies decided to take another look at the issue. As the studies continue, we could expect more new information coming from the NIH and more peer studies.