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Are you hesitating to receive the 3rd dose because of the possible risks of disrupting the menstrual cycle?

Are you hesitating to receive the 3rd dose because of the possible risks of disrupting the menstrual cycle?

Are you hesitating to receive the 3rd dose because of the possible risks of disrupting the menstrual cycle?

Rules that come much earlier than expected. Or much later. Or that are more painful or profuse than usual. Since the opening of the anti-Covid vaccination to the general public a few months ago, the testimonies of women who declared menstrual cycle disorders after receiving the vaccine have multiplied. This summer, the National Medicines Safety Agency (ANSM) considered these cases to be “potential signals” linked to anti-Covid vaccines. While it subsequently indicated that it was continuing its evaluation work, it nevertheless underlined the difficulty of establishing a causal link.

The first feedback from the scientific community is reassuring, however, and indicates a return to normal after three or four cycles on average. But for many women who have experienced these disorders or feared to be confronted with them, or who have a pregnancy plan, the campaign for the booster dose – without which the health pass will no longer be valid after January 15 – can be a source of questions and anxiety, although to date no harmful effects on fertility have been reported.

Is this your case? Did you get vaccinated as soon as you had the chance but you are wondering about this third dose? Have you observed any disturbances in your menstrual cycle after receiving the vaccine (if so, what type of disturbance)? After receiving your first two doses, are you now hesitant to receive the third? Or do the data available to date reassure you? Tell us.

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