Sumary of COVID Shot Earlier in Pregnancy Better for Baby:
- TUESDAY, March 6, 2021 (HealthDay News) — The sooner a pregnant woman gets a COVID-19 vaccine, the more likely she is to transfer protective antibodies to her baby, a new, small study suggests..
- She’s an assistant professor of obstetrics and gynecology and a maternal fetal medicine physician at Northwestern University School of Medicine..
- The researchers analyzed the blood of 27 pregnant women who had received either the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine in their third trimester..
- The women had a strong immune response after vaccination, suggesting that the vaccines protect pregnant women from COVID-19, according to the study..
- The study also found that mothers who received a second dose of the two-dose vaccines before delivery were more likely to transfer COVID-19 antibodies to their baby…