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FACT CHECK:- Vaccines are unsafe for females on their periods?

It is being claimed with the help of image that Vaccines are unsafe for females on their periods. On May 1st, those above the age of 18 will be eligible to take the vaccine, registration on which begin on April 24th 2021. Already there are new rumors’ suggesting that vaccines are unsafe for females on their periods.

A post has been circulating all across social media like Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, stating that women who menstruating’s or five days before and after the menstrual cycle shouldn’t get the Covid-19 vaccination This information false say doctors. The image was shared on Instagram with a Message.

A Reminder for all Women. Vaccination is starting from May 1et for above 18, For Girls its very important to check periods and take vaccination. Don’t take the vaccine before and after 5 days of your periods because immunity will be very less during periods. Dosage of vaccine First decreases immunity later it builds immunity so there is a high risk of attack for one who vaccinated during periods. Share With Your Sister/Friend/Family/Girlfriend Don’t Feel Shame to share

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On performing a reverse image using Yandex we found an article of “So far there’s no data linking the vaccines to changes in mensuration,” Alice- Lu-Culligan and Dr Randi Hutter Epstein at Yale School of Medicine wrote in the New York Times. ” Even if there is connection, one unusual period is no causefor alarm, reported guardian.

Fertility expert and gynecologist De Yuvraj took to social media to debunk this claim and called it a way to ‘stigmatize periods’. Dr Yuvraj further said that there is “noscience as of now that says that women or girls shouldn’t take the vaccines on these days.”

Dr Kathryn Clancy, an associate professor at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, and Dr Katherine Lee, a post-doctoral scholar in the public health sciences division at the Washington University School of Medicine in St Louis are now all set to run a study to determine it there is any link between abnorma periods and the COVID-19 vaccine after they shared their experiences on Twitter and received responses with similar experiences

A Health article said that, neither the CDC nor the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) lists being on your period as a reason to put off the vaccine.” First there’s no reason not to get vaccinated when you have your period; neither the CDC nor the American Collège of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) lists being on your period as a reason to put off the vaccine

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