Hey op, the current guidance is that if you are cev or at a high risk of exposure and pregnant, you should have the vaccine. My midwife is putting pressure on me to have the vaccine as i live on the isle of wight and it's now getting really bad here regarding covid.
It was absolutely fine, and i’m pleased that i’m now fully vaccinated.
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29 recommending that they get the shots. I had both my vaccines while pregnant. With just 31% of pregnant women nationwide vaccinated, the cdc issued an urgent advisory on sept.
I'm 19 weeks pregnant and tested positive for covid at the weekend. I've had both my vaccines and i'm so pleased i have as i've felt so poorly i'd dread to think how i'd feel if i hadn't had them. I am 35 weeks pregnant and i'm debating having vaccine or waiting until after baby.
The vaccine protects you as you’re far less likely to fall seriously ill. After 33 weeks there’s a small chance it can cause preterm birth. The current advise is for pregnant women not to get the vaccine.
Midwife and gp were both very clear that getting covid whilst pregnant can be dangerous whereas vaccination is not. I have spent most of the last 5 days in bed thankfully my hubby has been great looking after me & the kids. This is not because it can cause issues, but there is no data on the effectiveness and potential side effects as pregnant ladies are not included in studies due to ethical reasons.
I’m very pro vaccine in pregnancy but if i was in your specific circumstance i would wait Pregnant women are being turned away from covid vaccine clinics despite clinical advice, experts have warned as. If you look online at reputable sites you'll see there's a lot of research showing pfizer and moderna are fine whilst pregnant.
Three people in my pregnancy group have had covid, one had to deliver her baby at 29 weeks, one is now having a baby that’s measuring a lot smaller than it was and is having weekly monitoring, one had a horrid time of it and had to take her sats a lot and was really ill, but baby seems. This is because the benefits outweigh the fact that it hasn't been licensed (yet) for use in pregnancy. I'd love some advice regarding the covid 19 vaccine.
It also protects your pēpi as there is evidence that babies can get antibodies through. Vaccination of pregnant people builds antibodies that might protect their baby. Another reason covid is more dangerous while pregnant is that, as the baby gets bigger, a woman’s lungs are squashed by the womb so they cannot breathe as deeply, making it harder to clear.