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妊娠中または授乳中の方 CDC 2022/10/20

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What You Need to Know

COVID-19 vaccination is recommended for all people aged 6 months and older. This includes people who are pregnant, breastfeeding, trying to get pregnant now, or those who might become pregnant in the future. This also includes infants ages 6 months and older born to people who were vaccinated or had a COVID-19 infection before or during pregnancy.

If you are pregnant or were recently pregnant, you are more likely to get very sick from COVID-19 compared to people who are not pregnant. Additionally, if you have COVID-19 during pregnancy, you are at increased risk of complications that can affect your pregnancy and developing baby.

Getting a COVID-19 vaccine can help protect you and your baby from serious health problems from COVID-19.

People who are pregnant should stay up to date with their COVID-19 vaccines, including getting a COVID-19 booster shot when it’s time to get one.

Evidence continues to build showing that:
COVID-19 vaccination during pregnancy is safe and effective.
COVID-19 vaccines are not associated with fertility problems in women or men.

People who are Pregnant

Although the overall risks are low, if you are pregnant or were recently pregnant, you are

More likely to get very sick from COVID-19 compared to people who are not pregnant. People who get very sick from COVID-19 may require hospitalization, admission to an intensive care unit (ICU), or use of a ventilator or special equipment to breathe. Severe COVID-19 illness can also lead to death.

At increased risk of complications that can affect your pregnancy and developing baby. For example, COVID-19 during pregnancy increases the risk of delivering a preterm or stillborn infant.

Getting a COVID-19 vaccine can protect you and others around you from getting very sick from COVID-19, and keeping you as healthy as possible during pregnancy is important for the health of your baby.

CDC recommends COVID-19 vaccines for everyone aged 6 months and older, including people who are pregnant, breastfeeding, trying to get pregnant now, or those who might become pregnant in the future. This recommendation includes getting boosters when it is time to get one.

CDC recommendations align with those from professional medical organizations serving people who are pregnant, including the:

米国産科婦人科学会(American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists)。
American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists,
Society for Maternal Fetal Medicine, and
American Society for Reproductive Medicine.
Safety and Effectiveness of COVID-19 Vaccination during Pregnancy

Evidence continues to build showing that COVID-19 vaccination before and during pregnancy is safe, effective, and beneficial to both the pregnant person and the baby. The benefits of receiving a COVID-19 vaccine outweigh any potential risks of vaccination during pregnancy. Below is a brief summary of the growing evidence:

COVID-19 vaccines do not cause COVID-19, including in people who are pregnant or their babies. None of the COVID-19 vaccines contain live virus. They cannot make anyone sick with COVID-19, including people who are pregnant or their babies.

妊娠前および妊娠中にmRNA COVID-19ワクチン(Moderna、Pfizer-BioNTech)を接種した場合の安全性に関するデータは、安心できるものです。
Learn more about how vaccines work.
Data on the safety of receiving an mRNA COVID-19 vaccine (Moderna or Pfizer-BioNTech), before and during pregnancy are reassuring.

ワクチン安全性監視システムのデータでは、妊娠後期にmRNA COVID-19ワクチンを接種した人およびその赤ちゃんに対する安全性の懸念は見つかっていません。
Data from vaccine safety monitoring systems have not found any safety concerns for people who received an mRNA COVID-19 vaccine late in pregnancy or for their babies.1-6

妊娠直前または妊娠初期(妊娠20週以前)にmRNA COVID-19ワクチンを接種した妊婦の流産リスクの増加は、科学者により発見されていません。
Scientists have not found an increased risk for miscarriage among pregnant people who received an mRNA COVID-19 vaccine just before or during early pregnancy (before 20 weeks of pregnancy).2-4,7

アメリカ、ヨーロッパ、カナダの研究データから、妊娠中のmRNA COVID-19ワクチンの接種は、早産、死産、胎盤の細菌感染、出産後の母体の過剰出血などの妊娠合併症のリスク増加とは関連しないことが示されました。
Data from American, European, and Canadian studies showed that vaccination with an mRNA COVID-19 vaccine during pregnancy was not associated with an increased risk for pregnancy complications, including preterm birth, stillbirth, bacterial infection of the placenta, and excessive maternal blood loss after birth.4,7-9

A Chicago study has shown that vaccination of pregnant people with a COVID-19 vaccine prior to and during the first trimester was not associated with an increased risk of birth defects detectable on prenatal ultrasound.10

The monitoring of the effect of COVID-19 vaccination during pregnancy is ongoing. CDC will continue to follow people vaccinated during all trimesters of pregnancy to better understand any effects of the vaccine on pregnancies and babies.

妊娠中にmRNA COVID-19ワクチンを受けると、妊娠している人のCOVID-19による重症化およびその他の健康影響のリスクが減少するというデータがあります。最近の研究では、妊娠していてmRNA COVID-19ワクチンを受けた人と、そうでない妊娠中の人を比較しました。科学者たちは、COVID-19ワクチン接種がCOVID-19によって重症化するリスクを減らすのに有効であることを発見しました9-15。妊娠中に入院した人を調べたある研究では、ほとんどがワクチン接種を受けていませんでした16。他の研究では、妊娠中の人の重症化のリスクを減らすことによって、COVID-19ワクチン接種は死産の予防にも役立つかもしれないことが示されている。
Data show that receiving an mRNA COVID-19 vaccine during pregnancy reduces the risk of severe illness and other health effects from COVID-19 for people who are pregnant. Recent studies compared people who were pregnant and received an mRNA COVID-19 vaccine with pregnant people who did not. Scientists found that COVID-19 vaccination was effective at reducing the risk of getting very sick from COVID-19.9-15 One study that looked at people who were hospitalized during pregnancy found that most were not vaccinated.16 Other studies have shown that by reducing the risk of severe illness in pregnant people, COVID-19 vaccination might also help prevent stillbirths.17

妊娠中のワクチン接種で抗体ができ、赤ちゃんを守ることができるようになります。妊娠していない人と同様に、妊娠している人がmRNA COVID-19ワクチンを接種すると、体内にCOVID-19に対する抗体が作られます。妊娠中の人がmRNAコビド19ワクチンを接種した後に作られた抗体は、赤ちゃんの臍帯血に含まれていることが確認されています。つまり、妊娠中にCOVID-19ワクチンを接種すると、母親から赤ちゃんに抗体が受け継がれ、COVID-19から赤ちゃんを守ることができるのです。これらの抗体がどのように赤ちゃんを保護するのかについては、さらなるデータが必要です。
Vaccination during pregnancy builds antibodies that can help protect the baby. Much like people who are not pregnant, when people who are pregnant receive an mRNA COVID-19 vaccine, their bodies build antibodies against COVID-19. Antibodies made after pregnant people received an mRNA COVID-19 vaccine have been found in their baby’s umbilical cord blood. This means COVID-19 vaccination during pregnancy can help protect babies against COVID-19 by passing antibodies from the mother to her baby. More data are needed to determine how these antibodies may provide protection to the baby.17-19

A recent small study found that at 6 months old, the majority (57%) of infants born to pregnant people who were vaccinated during pregnancy had detectable antibodies against COVID-19, compared with 8% of infants born to pregnant people who had COVID-19 illness during pregnancy.20

最近のデータでは、妊娠中に一次mRNA COVID-19ワクチンの2回接種を完了することで、生後6カ月未満の赤ちゃんをCOVID-19による入院から守ることができます。これらの報告では、COVID-19で入院した赤ちゃんの大半は、妊娠中にワクチンを接種していない妊婦から生まれています。
Recent data show that completing a two-dose primary mRNA COVID-19 vaccine series during pregnancy can help protect babies younger than age 6 months from hospitalization due to COVID-19. In these reports, the majority of babies hospitalized with COVID-19 were born to pregnant people who were not vaccinated during pregnancy.21, 22

Another study found that receiving a booster dose with an mRNA COVID-19 vaccine during pregnancy significantly increased the levels of antibodies found in umbilical cord blood. This means that getting a COVID-19 booster during pregnancy can help further protect babies against COVID-19.24

No safety concerns were found in animal studies. Studies in animals receiving a COVID-19 vaccine before or during pregnancy found no safety concerns in pregnant animals or their babies.

More clinical trials on the safety of COVID-19 vaccines and how well they work in people who are pregnant are underway or planned. Vaccine manufacturers are also collecting and reviewing data from people in the completed clinical trials who received a vaccine and became pregnant during the trial.

CDCのv-safe After Vaccination Health Checkerは、スマートフォンを使った任意のツールで、テキストメッセージやウェブアンケートを通じて迅速かつ機密性の高い健康チェックを提供するため、COVID-19ワクチン接種後のあなたやあなたの被扶養者の気持ちをCDCと迅速かつ容易に共有することができます。
CDC’s v-safe After Vaccination Health Checker is a voluntary smartphone-based tool that provides quick and confidential health check-ins via text messages and web surveys so you can quickly and easily share with CDC how you or your dependent feel after getting a COVID-19 vaccine.

v-safeに登録し、接種時または接種後に妊娠していることを報告した場合、CDCのv-safe COVID-19 Vaccine Pregnancy Registryスタッフ*から連絡がある場合があります。COVID-19ワクチン接種後、いつでも気になる症状や健康上の問題がある場合は、医療機関にご連絡ください。
If you enroll in v-safe and report that you are pregnant at the time of vaccination or after vaccination, CDC’s v-safe COVID-19 Vaccine Pregnancy Registry staff* may contact you. If you have symptoms or health problems that concern you at any time following COVID-19 vaccination, please contact your healthcare provider.

People Who Would Like to Have a Baby
CDC recommends that people who are trying to get pregnant now or might become pregnant in the future, as well as their partners, get vaccinated and stay up to date with their COVID-19 vaccines, including getting a COVID-19 booster shot when it’s time to get one. COVID-19 vaccines are not associated with fertility problems in women or men.

Vaccine Side Effects
Side effects can occur after receiving any of the available COVID-19 vaccines, especially after the second dose for vaccines that require two doses, or after a booster.

妊娠中の方がmRNA COVID-19ワクチン(Modernaワクチン、Pfizer-BioNTechワクチン)の接種後に、妊娠していない方と異なる副作用が報告されていません。
People who are pregnant have not reported different side effects from people who are not pregnant after vaccination with mRNA COVID-19 vaccines (Moderna and Pfizer-BioNTech vaccines).

Fever during pregnancy, for any reason, has been associated with adverse pregnancy outcomes.
Fever in pregnancy may be treated with acetaminophen as needed, in moderation, and in consultation with a healthcare provider.

Learn more at Possible Side Effects After Getting a COVID-19 Vaccine.
Although rare, some people have had severe allergic reactions after receiving a COVID-19 vaccine. Talk with your healthcare provider if you have a history of allergic reaction to any other vaccine or injectable therapy (intramuscular, intravenous, or subcutaneous).

Key considerations you can discuss with your healthcare provider include:
The benefits of vaccination
The unknown risks of developing a severe allergic reaction
If you have an allergic reaction after receiving a COVID-19 vaccine during pregnancy, you can receive treatment for it.










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