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One of the more common questions we’re getting since the release of the COVID-19 vaccine is: Should pregnant women be vaccinated? The short answer is that it’s complicated.

The CDC, the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, and the Society for Maternal Fetal Medicine all recommend that pregnant women have access to the vaccine and make an informed decision about whether or not to receive it in partnership with their obstetrician. These recommendations put a lot of the responsibility on pregnant women to understand scientific data about COVID-19 infection in pregnancy and the safety of the COVID-19 vaccine.

There are several important things to consider in making your decision, such as if your job or where you live puts you at high risk of exposure to COVID-19, or if you have preexisting conditions that increase your risk of severe illness.

That said, we know that the decision to be vaccinated is personal and complicated. We are counseling women to consider the issues outlined below and talk to your healthcare provider. Our best advice is to carefully weigh all the risks and benefits.

Here are some of the key factors to consider as you are making this decision.

Vaccine Benefits

• Reduced risk of COVID-19, which is more dangerous for pregnant women. The vaccine prevents 95 percent of cases. If you can’t stay home and avoid contact with people, or if you are a first responder, the vaccine might help you.
• The vaccine builds antibodies to COVID-19 in the mother, which cross the placenta and—in theory—may protect the baby after birth, much like the flu shot.

Vaccine Risks

• There are no clinical trials evaluating safety and effectiveness in pregnant women. We don’t know if it’s as effective in expectant mothers.
• Side effects may be expected, including a sore injection site, fatigue, and fever. Fever can be a risk especially in early pregnancy, and would need to be closely monitored and potentially treated with acetaminophen.
Ja sam juce dobila mail od svoje ordinacije u Njujorku da nije dovoljno ispitan uticaj vakcine protiv kovida na trudnocu i da je na nama da odlucimo da li da se vakcinisemo, mada bih ja rekla da preporucuju da se suzdrzimo od vakcinacije.
U Njemackoj je zvanicno da se ne vakcinisu trudnice i dojilje, evo i tekst https://www.mdr.de/brisant/ratgeber/corona-impfung-wer-sollte-sich-nicht-impfen-lassen-100.html
Sta za falilo im zamorcica, pa sad možemo i mi trudnice. Neka hvala nismo zainteresovane. A znam i nekolucinu ljudi koji su primili jednu ili dve doze pa prelezali koronu i to sa teškim bolovima i temperaturom. Samo me zanima kako ako su efikasne
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