Study suggests menstrual cycles were slightly longer after vaccination, but experts say it’s not harmful

A study published Thursday found that women’s menstrual cycles did indeed change after vaccination against the coronavirus. The authors reported that women who were inoculated had slightly longer menstrual cycles after receiving the vaccine than those who were not vaccinated.

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