"In total, 17 560 (87%) vaccinated pregnant women had ≥28 days’ follow-up data after their vaccination record. Five had a recorded stillbirth within two weeks of vaccination. From the ONS data on the rate of live births and stillbirths by gestational age, and using the distribution of gestational age at vaccination estimated from the CPRD, we would expect 7.2 stillbirths in this time frame."
5 stillbirth out of an expected 7. It could very well be coincidence. Those numbers are small.
I would also be curious to know if the vaccinated women women were more likely to have regular maternity care. Regular maternity care recue stillbirth (say if IUGR was noted). That is just speculation though.
There is a battle of two wolves inside us. One is good and the other is evil. The wolf that wins is the one you feed.
Book and herb loving mama to 2 teens and one young adult.