This is totally normal.
Last April researchers began investigating the link between COVID and menstruation after THOUSANDS of women reported changes to their cycle after getting the coronavirus vaccine.
Women who received the Covid vaccine reported to have spotting in between their cycle, shortened cycles and lengthened cycles.
However, anyone who spoke about a link between Covid vaccines and menstrual problems/fertility issues was labeled a “conspiracy theorist.”
According to a new study published in the journal Obstetrics & Gynecology, many women vaccinated against Covid saw a change in their menstrual cycle.
“Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) vaccination is associated with a small change in cycle length but not menses length.”
The New York Post reported:
Following reports from scores of women online who said that the COVID vaccine had altered their menstrual cycles, a government-funded study has ultimately confirmed their claims.
Now, a new study published Thursday in the journal Obstetrics & Gynecology has revealed that many of those vaccinated against COVID-19 saw a slight delay — by less than one day, on average — in the onset of their menstrual periods, compared to unvaccinated women.
However, it did not substantially affect the number of bleeding days, according to findings from more than 4,000 participants.
About 2,400 participants were vaccinated with either the Pfizer (55%), Moderna (35%) or Johnson & Johnson (7%) vaccines. The remaining 1,500 women were unvaccinated and included in the study as a control group.
The average increase in women’s cycles after the first vaccine dose was 0.64-day (about 15.36 hours), and 0.79-day (about 18.96 hours) following the second dose.