Image default

AstraZeneva vaccine: Should you have jab if you’re pregnant? Latest MHRA advice

Is the vaccine safe for pregnant women?

The latest information from the MHRA states pregnant women should speak to their GP or healthcare professional before having the AstraZeneca vaccine.

The advice reads: “Pregnancy predisposes to thrombosis, therefore women should discuss with their healthcare professional whether the benefits of having the vaccine outweigh the risks for them.”

Speaking at a press conference on Wednesday, Professor Sir Munir Pirmohamed, chairman of the Commission on Human Medicines, reiterated the MHRA’s advice.

He said the current data suggests expectant mums should carry on consulting healthcare professionals before booing a vaccine appointment.

Source: Daily Express

Related posts

The best-selling probiotic supplements for gut health


Covid: How do you order a lateral flow test to your home? Risks and benefits explained


How to live longer: The three best ingredients for boosting longevity, backed by evidence


Why you get stitches during exercise 


SEBASTIAN SHAKESPEARE: Grief-stricken Rev Richard Coles picks his ideal woman for a happy retirement


Man, 21, left fighting for life after energy drink habit left him suffering heart failure


Duke researchers are working on developing flu shot using new coronavirus technology


New Hampshire man accidentally given cocktail of Pfizer and Moderna vaccines


Catching Covid is EIGHT times more likely to trigger rare blood clot than having Oxford/AstraZeneca jab


Leave a Comment

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Safe Home DIY