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Covid vaccine causes fertility & menstruation concerns for a quarter of women

Research by Yoppie, the pioneers of personalised period care, has found that a quarter of women are concerned about the impact of the COVID-19 vaccine on their menstrual cycle, as well as their fertility.

The research found that 11% of women said they have seen a change to their menstrual cycle since having the COVID-19 vaccine, with changes including, but not limited to, a heavier flow or a change in the frequency of their period.

The research also found that 26% of women were worried about how the COVID-19 vaccine might potentially impact their menstrual cycle.

These irregularities caused by the COVID-19 vaccine have also prompted concerns that it may also impact fertility, with Yoppie’s research again finding that this is a concern for 26% of women.

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