A preliminary analysis of the data shows that there is no evidence that Pfizer and Moderna vaccines pose a serious risk.
new York- In the first analysis of coronavirus vaccine safety information, researchers from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention found that there was no evidence that Pfizer’s BioNTech vaccine or Moderna vaccine poses a serious risk during pregnancy.
The results of the study are preliminary and only cover the first 11 weeks of the US vaccination schedule. However, this study includes information reported by the same company about more than 35,000 people who were vaccinated during or shortly before pregnancy. This is the largest study on the safety of coronavirus vaccines for pregnant women.
During clinical trials of the vaccine, pregnant women were excluded. This makes patients, doctors and experts unsure whether it is safe to vaccinate during pregnancy.
Dr. Stephanie Gaw, an expert in maternal and child medicine at the University of California, San Diego, said: “People are very anxious about whether they are safe and whether they work and what side effects are expected. Francisco.
Dr. Gawn said that the new information shows that: “Many pregnant women are being vaccinated, and the adverse effects on pregnancy have not increased significantly, and the side effects are very similar to those of non-pregnant people.” He added.