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New advice on covid vaccination in pregnancy

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  • Opublikowany 29 sie 2022
  • JCVI issues new advice on COVID-19 vaccination for pregnant women
    Pregnant women now a priority group for COVID-19 vaccination
    Pregnant women are to be considered a 'vulnerable' group, emphasising the urgency of them receiving COVID-19 vaccination and booster doses
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    Pregnancy, breastfeeding, fertility and coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccination
    There's no evidence COVID-19 vaccination increases the risk of having a miscarriage, pre-term birth or other complications in your pregnancy.
    The COVID-19 vaccines do not contain any live viruses and cannot give you or your baby COVID-19.
    COVID-19 vaccination in pregnancy
    Research published on 25 July by UKOSS (UK Obstetric Surveillance System national cohort),
    suggests that the Delta variant is associated with an increased risk of severe illness among hospitalised pregnant women,
    compared with the Alpha and ‘wildtype’ variants of previous waves.
    Current delta prevalence
    3.4% BA.2
    17.2% BA.4
    78.7% BA.5
    0.7% classified as other
    US, CDC, Nowcast
    JCVI issues new advice on COVID-19 vaccination for pregnant women
    The JCVI has advised that pregnant women should be offered the COVID-19 vaccine at the same time as the rest of the population, based on their age and clinical risk group.
    Based on this (US) data
    Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI)
    Advises that it’s preferable for pregnant women in the UK to be offered the Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna vaccines where available.
    There is no evidence to suggest that other vaccines are unsafe for pregnant women, but more research is needed.
    Public Health England’s Green Book
    The Green Book
    advises that pregnant women should discuss the risks and benefits of vaccination with their clinician,
    including the latest evidence on safety and which vaccines they should receive.
    Professor Wei Shen Lim, COVID-19 Chair for JCVI
    We encourage pregnant women to discuss the risks and benefits with their clinician
    There is more real-world safety data from the US in relation to the Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna vaccines in women who are pregnant -
    therefore, we advise a preference for these to be offered to pregnant women.
    Dr Edward Morris, President, Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists
    Reporting of side effects
    If you get any side effects, talk to your doctor, pharmacist or nurse.
    This includes any possible side effects not listed in this leaflet.
    If you are concerned about a side-effect it can be reported directly via the Coronavirus Yellow Card reporting site

Komentarze • 0

  • P.E T.
    P.E T. 21 dzień temu +1

    I was terminated from a remote position with a huge health care system last October at approximately 5 months pregnant for declining this thing. I had my baby boy early February healthy and happy. I do not regret my decision for declining.

  • Amber Kraft
    Amber Kraft 21 dzień temu +203

    I was pregnant through the vaccine mandates in NZ. I was bullied at the hospital for not being vaccinated pregnant when I was there for a fall not covid. I was left out of my daughters school events, specialist Dr appointments and swimming lessons. I was not allowed into public facilities or cafes ect... I was treated so incredibly poorly however I now have an incredibly healthy thriving 4 month old baby so it was all worth it. Our baby attended more protests in utero than I can count, I walked miles heavily pregnant in support of free choice... she will be a fighter ❤️

  • Nic Vic
    Nic Vic 21 dzień temu +161

    Thank you for calling us “pregnant women”, not “pregnant people”. I appreciate that.

  • Beth Kramer
    Beth Kramer 21 dzień temu +122

    My daughter who received two vaccines while pregnant had her baby August 5th. The baby Henry had a massive stroke before coming home from the hospital that went unnoticed. My daughter had a sock monitor on him that she bought second hand on eBay because the government banned what they considered a medical device. The monitor picked up that he was having a seizure caused by the stroke. After being rushed to the hospital a CT scan revealed the stroke. They could not find any genetic reason why Henry had this and just said it happens to 1 in 4,000 births. There were two other babies at the same time in the ICU who also had strokes in this small town tiny hospital!

  • Sion Jones
    Sion Jones 21 dzień temu +70

    Our son was born in March. Second week home we all caught covid, couple of tough days but we got through it. Living in France was difficult when everyone around us was caving in to take the jab, just so they can have a beer in the pub, then trying to get us to follow, common sense said otherwise. Having Covid was our vaccination. Take care of your body and your body will take care of you.

  • ebon Doucette
    ebon Doucette 21 dzień temu +52

    Regardless of this harming or not harming a person or child. NOBODY should be coerced into taking something this controversial this late in the game.

  • Helen Walker
    Helen Walker 21 dzień temu +1

    My daughter came back from her antenatal appointments during her recent pregnancy crying and upset nearly every time. Her expensive obstetric group tried to coerce her into getting jabbed at every appointment. She was told she was putting her baby at risk and that she could deliver an underweight or premature baby.

  • Catherine Schafer
    Catherine Schafer 21 dzień temu +128

    Thankfully we can ‘read into’ what John is saying, without him saying it. He has restrictions on him; the longer we listen to him, we more we can hear the health and wellness warnings from him. Thank you John, PhD…we get it. We will keep listening.

  • Mrs. Robinson
    Mrs. Robinson 21 dzień temu +114

    Dr. Campbell- I have followed you since the beginning of the madness. Your skill in telling us all we need to know without using 'wrong speak' is truly masterful. And very much appreciated.

  • James
    James 21 dzień temu +66

    I have to say Dr Campbell, and I really mean this as a sincere compliment and not a back handed one. I'm very proud you for how far you've come since you started covering this matter, and how much clearer you awareness comes off. I hope the larger health community can bring themselves to recognise why they should be ever more skeptical of the systems in place to control their thinking and outcomes of pandemics and the like.

  • Emily
    Emily 21 dzień temu +66

    I appreciate that my midwife hasn't pushed this once. I'm 24 weeks currently. Had covid once in January and once in July. Definitely worse in July but manageable with vitamins, fluids and rest. Urgent Care doctor and Midwife both agreed with my decision to decline the experimental treatments for active case of covid while pregnant.

  • Alyssa Hubbell
    Alyssa Hubbell 21 dzień temu +6

    You're amazing. I cannot believe an expert such as yourself has been flagged. You literally review exact text from experts and government pages. I trust the information you provide more than any other government "expert" or fact checking org.

  • Lane G
    Lane G 21 dzień temu +1

    When YT starts going after people like Dr. Campbell, you can no longer ignore that something has gone very, very wrong with our world...

  • R S
    R S 21 dzień temu +44

    I was pregnant from April 2020 to Jan 2021. I was asked if I wanted the vaccine when it first rolled out and I refused. My doctor seemed like it was something she had to ask but I could tell she was in agreement with me when I said NO to the vaccine. I thank her for not pressuring me. I'm still breastfeeding at 20 months now and I still haven't had the vaccine. We did end up getting covid earlier this year when my son was a little over a year old. He breezed through it. He just had his checkup last week and I was a little shocked they asked if I wanted him to get the covid vaccine. He's already had it (I suspect twice) so I refused his vaccine as well.

  • Dee C
    Dee C 21 dzień temu +46

    Glad to see how “transparent” we can be in such a critical time. So ridiculous.

  • Tahlia Homes
    Tahlia Homes 21 dzień temu +27

    I live in Victoria, Australia and in October 2021 whilst in the early stages of pregnancy I faced the awful choice of get vaccinated or lose my job. The Victorian Government implemented legislation that I never thought I would see in my lifetime.

  • Sheila Lowe
    Sheila Lowe 21 dzień temu +60

    The drug thalidomide was never approved in the 1960s for use in pregnancy within USA due to the resolute standards and scientific rigour of Frances Kelsey MD. who worked for the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). She was given a presidential honour for protecting USA from the scourge of thalidomide on pregnant women and their babies, which was suffered by thousands of people in Europe and Canada. Even back then she had to stand up to several waves of intimidation in the process of rejecting thalidomide as unsafe for use in pregnancy. The approval and use of three unsafe medicines in pregnancy was investigated in the "First do no harm" white paper by Baroness Cumberlege in 2020, unfortunately it was 50 years after the approval for use had been given, worth remembering this right now.

  • The Wandering Weave
    The Wandering Weave 21 dzień temu +27

    I had gone through the change a few years ago but started bleeding again after the moderna jab. The doctor said she had seen many cases like mine. I'm not anti vax but a vaccine has never given me side effects like this one. No more covid jabs for me.

  • Earl Greystoke
    Earl Greystoke 28 dni temu +1

    "We encourage pregnant women to discuss the risks and benefits with their clinician" Public health officials are experts at avoiding responsibility for anything.

  • Nomya fifty one fifty
    Nomya fifty one fifty 21 dzień temu +59

    My wife is a birth doula of nearly twelve years and since approx October last year she has seen an increase in misaligned babies, delayed on set of labour, grainy placentas and placentas falling apart.