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Studies may not be able to find a link between Covid vaccines and periods, scientists say

Added 09-24-21 07:36:02pm EST - “EXCLUSIVE: Dr Victoria Male, from Imperial College London, is monitoring the menstrual cycles of 250 women before and after they get the Covid vaccine. Results are expected this year.” - Dailymail.co.uk

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Posted By TheNewsCommenter: From Dailymail.co.uk: “Studies may not find a link between Covid vaccines and periods”. Below is an excerpt from the article.

A British study assessing whether Covid vaccines can disrupt periods may not find anything because it is too small, scientists say. 

Reproductive experts based at Imperial College London are currently monitoring the menstrual cycles of 250 women before and after inoculation.

But lead researcher Dr Victoria Male said the tiny number of participants means the study won't pick up a potential link unless it is 'really common' — affecting more than one in ten women. 

To prove a link, scientists need to untangle normal period changes from those which may have been sparked by inoculations.

But because period issues, which are often transient, affect approximately one in ten women every year, thorough investigations are needed to spot whether the jab may really be to blame. 

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