Something Else To Be Concerned About During Menstruation:  Is There A Connection Between COVID-19 Vaccines And Irregular Periods?

Something Else To Be Concerned About During Menstruation: Is There A Connection Between COVID-19 Vaccines And Irregular Periods?

Taking over-the counter medication (i.e., Pamprin, Midol, Aspirin) to reduce cramps and fluid retention. Having at-the-ready feminine hygiene products for home, work, and daily outings. Making sure no DNA gets on clothing articles. Using other products to remain fresh to be near.

These are some of the aspects females deal with on a regular basis during menstruation with healthy periods, not abnormal ones.

Now, there is another concern that may increase anxiety. Craven (2021) talks about whether the COVID vaccines are causing side effects in menstrual cycles. You can read more at, Why We Don’t Know What’s Actually Going on With Periods and COVID Vaccines (msn.com)

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Reference

Craven, J. (2021). Why We Don’t Know What’s Actually Going On With Periods And COVID Vaccines. Retrieved From Why We Don’t Know What’s Actually Going on With Periods and COVID Vaccines (msn.com)

COVID-19, The Brain, Cognitive Impairment

 

Is there a direct link to cognitive issues and COVID-19?  “COVID-19’s Effects On The Brain” (Zimmer, 2021) investigates what numerous patients are dealing with.

 

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Reference

Zimmer, K. (2021).  COVID-19’s Effects On The Brain. Retrieved From

COVID-19’s Effects on the Brain | The Scientist Magazine® (the-scientist.com)

 

Illegal Drug Usage, An Already Compromised Immune System, The Potential For Acquiring COVID-19

Gemme (2020) has a strong argument that individuals who use illegal drugs are one of the populations more susceptible to the Coronavirus in, “Risk For Contracting COVID-19 Likely Increases With Illicit Drug Use.”

 

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Reference

Gemma, M. (2020).  Risk For Contracting COVID-19 Likely Increases With Illicit Drug Use.  Retrieved From https://amp.press-citizen.com/amp/2882743001