‘Is it Anti-Vax to be Concerned?’: Changes to Period After Covid jab, the Latest in over 30,000 UK Women | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED X-Frame-Options: DENY X-Frame-Options: SAMEORIGIN

‘Is it Anti-Vax to be Concerned?’: Changes to Period After Covid jab, the Latest in over 30,000 UK Women

At least 30,304 British women have disclosed changes to their menstrual cycle after getting vaccinated against Covid-19. An editor for The Spectator is one of the most recently affected, and says many more are afraid to come out.

Lara Prendergast, an executive editor at London’s Spectator magazine, raised some concerning questions in a column on Thursday after reporting that she had been affected since receiving her first Pfizer dose in May.

Noting that it is an “uncomfortable” and sensitive topic to discuss – indicating that the true number of women with period-related vaccine side effects could be far greater than the 30,304 documented – Prendergast revealed that her cycle has not been right since she was vaccinated months ago.

“Millions of British women have been jabbed, so 30,304 reports will be a tiny proportion: a negligible number, you might say. But it doesn’t seem negligible if you’re one of those women” she wrote, adding that friends have told her “they’ve also been affected” but “didn’t report it either” due to the topic being both awkward and sensitive, and because of fears of being branded an ‘anti-vaxxer’.

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