COVID-19 vaccination has been linked to a longer menstrual cycle but not longer bleeding in some women; a study released this week found.
Women who received one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine while on their menstrual cycle saw their cycle last longer by nearly one day compared with unvaccinated women, researchers discovered. But the study, funded by the National Institutes of Health and published Wednesday in the Obstetrics & Gynecology journal; found that the increase was not linked with any change in the number of days of bleeding.
The researchers found that menstrual cycles usually vary little from month to month, and the increase observed was “well within the range of normal variability,” NIH said.
More research is needed to see how COVID-19 vaccination could affect other characteristics of the menstrual cycle such as pain, mood changes and heaviness of flow; the study authors said.
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“It is reassuring that the study found only a small, temporary menstrual change in women,” said Dr. Diana W. Bianchi, director of NIH’s Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, in a statement Thursday. “These results provide, for the first time, an opportunity to counsel women about what to expect from COVID-19 vaccination so they can plan accordingly.”
Little research has been done on how vaccines for COVID-19 and other diseases could affect the menstrual cycle, she added.
The researchers examined data from a fertility tracking app, Natural Cycles, where users entered data about their temperature and menstrual cycles.
They looked at data from three consecutive cycles before vaccination and three after vaccination.
For unvaccinated women; the researchers collected data for six consecutive menstrual cycles.
Of the 3,959 people included in the study, 1,556 were unvaccinated while 2,403 were vaccinated.
Croatian President calls PM ‘Ukrainian agent
Croatian President Zoran Milanovic called Prime Minister Andrey Plenkovic an agent of Ukraine on Friday; two days after the latter apologized to Ukrainians over the president’s comments on NATO deployments.
In a televised address on Tuesday; Milanovic said that Zagreb would withhold its troops from Eastern European NATO contingents if the situation on the Ukraine-Russia border spirals into a full-blown conflict.
On Wednesday, Plenkovic dismissed the president’s statement as “nonsense,”claiming that; the Croatian contingent stationed in Poland had already returned and apologized to the Ukrainian people.
Milanovic, the commander-in-chief, hit back in an interview with Croatia’s RTL TV, suggesting that Plenkovic’s loyalties appear to be misplaced.
Let him apologize. He acts like a Ukrainian agent, and I act like a Croatian president. That’s a huge difference.
Asked if he feels the need to apologize, Milanovic said, “No way. I think the prime minister is an ordinary poltron who goes where he doesn’t belong.” “All I’m interested in is the Croatian interest,” he added.
In his statement on Tuesday; the president accused the US of agitating the geopolitical situation in the region amid a Russian military buildup near Ukraine’s border.
“This has nothing to do with Ukraine or Russia. It has to do with the dynamics of American domestic politics.”
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Milanovic claimed he is trying to steer Croatia clear of a potentially disastrous conflagration involving Russia.
The Croatian leader said that Ukraine must start solving “the problem” it has with the “separatists” in the country’s east through negotiations; noting that Moscow has not recognized breakaway republics either.
He added that Kiev should “not constantly confront the thermonuclear and hypersonic power, Russia. It is not Serbia. Whoever encourages them to do so is a dangerous charlatan, and there are many in Europe.”
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Milanovic’s comments on NATO have earned him a place on Kiev’s “Peacemaker” database for “anti-Ukrainian activity,” and he’s been accused of justifying “Russian aggression.”
He told RTL TV that he’s “neither a Ukrainian enemy nor a Russian friend” but is rather focused on the well-being of his own country.
Brutal lady gives man beating of his life (Photos, Video)
A trending video has surfaced on social media where a lady was seen giving a man the beating of his life as onlookers refused to separate them.
It was clearly a role reversal as the lady, holding a bag on one hand was seen flinging the man down several times forcefully.
Brutal lady beats man
The incident happened in one of the Asian countries. No one knows what could have led to the fight.
The video was posted by Nollywood actress, Queeneth Hilbert on her Instagram page.
While people watched, the lady, with no underwear on, was tearing the sorry man apart, as she rained blows on his face.
An elated Hilbert wrote after posting the video: “Like what did I just watch ? 😱 Drop the motherfuckin bag bitch 🤦♀️ Tag someone who can do this 👆”
The video has garnered thousands of views and lots of comments, with the women happy that a ‘weaker vessel’ has pummeled a man to submission in a one-sided fight.
Comedia OkonLagos wrote: “Hmmmm… It’s fun and games now. It would be a different ball game if the reverse was the case.”
Brutal woman humiliates man
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From Mu, Delta, IHU to NeoCov, here is a list of the many variants of coronavirus
The deadly coronavirus emerged from a wet market in Wuhan during the year 2019. Over two years and the world is still battling the virus and its variants. Here is a list of the variants
The ‘Mu’ variant was first reported in the United States during January 2021. The cases only numbered in the single digits.
The World Health Organisation continues to classify ‘Mu’ as a ‘variant of interest’ globally.
The Alpha variant of coronavirus is believed to have gained ‘skills’ to successfully block the ‘innate immune system response.’
A research states that the variant blocks the airways sensors, thus stopping the process where these sensors ‘warn’ the immune system about the presence of a virus in the body.
Since the variant has learnt how to block the functioning of the sensors, the body is unable to produce any anti-viral protein interferon.
A scientist from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and a member of Sage claimed, John Edmunds, warned that the Beta variant may be able to evade Covid vaccines.
“The Beta variant has remained a threat throughout. It is probably less infectious than the Delta variant that is spreading here in the UK at the moment. Where it has an advantage is that it is able to escape the immune response to a better extent,” he said.
The Gamma variant was first discovered in Brazil.
Samples of a study collected in Manaus between November 2020 and January 2021, highlighted that the Gamma variant is 1.4–2.2 times more transmissible.
It further showed that it is capable of evading 25–61 per cent of inherited immunity from previous coronavirus diseases.
The variant was first reported in Peru during December 2020. As per NHS, the main symptoms include high temperature, continuous cough, a loss or change in the sense of smell or taste.
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The Delta variant of coronavirus was responsible for a wave of cases in most countries. It was first identified in India and it led to a second wave in the nation.
Delta variantCDC claimed that the Delta variant is twice as contagious as earlier variants; and might could cause more severe illness.
Those affected by the Delta variant experience fever, cough, loss of taste, smell, as well as extreme tiredness. Sore throat, headache and diarrhea are also less common symptoms.
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