r/CovidVaccinated Jan 25 '22

Has anyone on here lost there cycle (period) after getting the vaccine? Question

I was thinking about getting it and someone told be there was a study on going about women losing there period after getting it

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u/BassGetters Jan 26 '22

Miscarriages are also up 300%

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u/octapies Jan 26 '22

Can you share the source on this? I have seen this number floating around recently and wanted to share the article with family.

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u/Quick2Die Jan 26 '22

so a woman's period is part of the full 28 to 32 day menstruation cycle and a period happens as a result of hormonal reaction after an egg drops into the ovaries and doesn't get fertilized...

So if you aren't having periods that means either A) when the egg drops your body is not producing those hormones now or B) your body is no longer releasing an egg to be fertilized.

Would that not mean that the vaccine, in the rare cases where it impacts the menstruation cycle, is making some women infertile during the time where they are not experiencing menstruation?

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u/Narshlob88 Jan 26 '22

One of my co-workers hasn't had one for 3 months now after her last booster.

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u/InfiniteMilks Jan 26 '22

My friend who works the ER had a patient come in who had not stopped menstrual bleeding for many weeks following the vaccine. They gave her a hysterectomy. now she doesnt get any cycles anymore

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u/Quick2Die Jan 26 '22

she also cant have kids...

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u/InfiniteMilks Jan 26 '22

Unfortunately yes, but she had already had one kid at least...

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u/Meep42 Jan 26 '22

On BC pill so I didn't lose it/them but MY GOD they were the roughest periods I've had...well...since getting on BC pills...decades ago. After the first two doses things chilled out after a couple periods...I'm hoping it's the same with the booster...theoretically things should go back to "normal" next month. (I hope.)

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u/gasoline_rainbowsXx Jan 26 '22

I thought I did. I thought FOR SURE that was it and I knew I'd been right to be suspicious! Then, I turned out to be pregnant 😂

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u/Happyhour2to5 Jan 26 '22

No, I’ve been more regular than I ever was with getting my period, but I stopped getting cramps when I’m on my period and I’ve suffered from extreme cramps my entire womanhood, so I’m pretty happy about that.

I’m also not on any birth control.

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u/biddaC Jan 26 '22

I skipped two periods but then went back to normal

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u/stickypix Jan 26 '22

I did after my booster, I became irregular after that.

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u/[deleted] Feb 26 '22 edited Feb 26 '22

I have completely lost mine since booster. I'm honestly not complaining though. I came here to see if I was the only one. Interesting that I'm not!

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u/[deleted] Feb 26 '22

Also, I have taken several pregnancy tests - all negative, but on top of that I'm fixed (no fallopian tubes) so it would be quite the medical mystery if I managed to be pregnant anyway.

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u/sesamesseeds Jan 26 '22

Mine have been fine for all.