Together with colleagues at the NIPH, the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences in the USA and the University of Ottowa in Canada, she analysed Norwegian registry data. Included in the study are 4,521 women who had a miscarriage, and 13,956 pregnant women who did not experience a miscarriage in the first trimester. There was no difference in the rate of vaccination during pregnancy between those who did and did not experience miscarriage. Among the group of women who experienced a miscarriage during the first trimester, 5.5 per cent had been vaccinated, while 5.1 per cent among those who were still pregnant after the first trimester were vaccinated.
Read full NIPH article here.
The New England Journal of Medicine publication here.
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