If you are pregnant, are you getting the COVID vaccine?

Plenty of pregnant nurses have and they are fine…it helps the baby build up antibodies which is why air would want it

Im not pregnant but if I was it would be a huge No

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I was told by one of my midwives that its up to me. But there are to studiea to show if it benefits or hurts the baby. Born or not. They are also starting a study on vaccinating pregnant women.

I got both vaccines and I’m 17 weeks, I still feel my little bean move. My doctor recommended that I get it, I got the moderna vaccine through my work.

I’m 34 weeks now and had covid back in December. My obgyn told me if I have the chance I should get it but I declined and will continue to do so. I just don’t feel comfortable taking it with so little research done on it for those who are expecting.

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I wouldn’t because couple women did miscarry who got the vaccine. It’s not studied on pregnant women to know how it really affects them.

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I turned it while I was pregnant for the simple fact that when I have done my research there were more miscarriages than normal healthy births happening with the vaccine, on top of that I was high risk so I didn’t want to chance it. But honestly it’s up to you since everybody is different and everybody will have different side effects. Just follow your instincts and don’t let anyone peer pressure you into doing it. Best of luck

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Hell no!!! It’s not even FDA approved and so many people have died within a few weeks of people getting it.

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I wouldn’t get it at all,pregnant or not

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I got my first vaccine at 33 weeks and will get my second vaccine on 3/3… my son is doing great and I am doing great. My obgyn recommends getting it and that many associations regarding pregnancy health along with CDC… they say the risks of the vaccine outweighs the risks of Covid.

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Where i live they dont let pregnant folks get it. Gotta wait till baby if born

Absolutely not. It has not been tested in pregnant or breastfeeding women. There are no studies to show any possible outcomes. It is purely experimental at this point. Personally I would not risk my unborn child.

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I read that they are just beginning to do testing on pregnant women.

They aren’t even fda approved, don’t do it

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Watched a news special the other day and the Dr. on their stated their not even sure immunity reached past 3 months. I think it’s like playing Russian Roulette especially if you dont know you have underline health conditions.

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No ain’t getting it currently 28 weeks

28 weeks pregnant and the answer is no way!

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Got told im not allowed it by a midwife

I’m 27 weeks pregnant and absolutely not! The benefits don’t outweigh the risk since the recovery from Covid is so high, I’ll just simply stick to the rules and social distance etc like I have been doing. We’re already isolated from everybody as it is.

I’m pregnant and no way would I let my un born baby be test subject