Study links Covid-19 vaccination to small, temporary change in menstrual cycle

A nurse draws vaccine doses from a vial in Bowie, Maryland, in March 2021. According to a new study published on September 27, people who got the C...

September 28, 2022
10:54 AM

A nurse draws vaccine doses from a vial in Bowie, Maryland, in March 2021. According to a new study published on September 27, people who got the Covid-19 vaccine reported slightly longer menstrual cycles, but the change was temporary. Win McNamee/Getty Images

Naomi Thomas