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The government’s first study on coronavirus vaccines and periods found ‘no meaningful change’ in menstrual cycle length
In August, the NIH put more than $1.6 million into research on the topic
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People said the covid vaccine affected their periods. Now more than $1.6 million will go into researching it.
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