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COVID-19 vaccination associated with a small, temporary increase in menstrual cycle length, suggests NIH-funded study," NICHD News Release, Thursday, January 6, 2022
NOTE FROM DR. TINGEN: As a summary, we are finding that vaccination is associated with a slightly longer cycle (1-4 days longer), and potentially heavier bleeding and an increase in pain for certain subsets of women, but these changes are short term in the cycles immediately following vaccination.
Dr. Candace Tingen
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