Did you receive a dose in the last 2 months while pregnant?
Since COVID-19 mRNA vaccines (Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna) became available, we’ve been enrolling pregnant people who received the vaccine into an observational study. The study has helped provide critical information to future moms-to-be and the medical community about the use of these vaccines during pregnancy. But there’s more to learn!
We’re currently looking for people who received a dose of a COVID-19 mRNA vaccine in the last 2 months while they were pregnant.
This study involves:
- 1-3 phone interviews during your pregnancy and at least 1 interview after you have your baby.
- Providing a blood sample at a lab near you. We will use this to study how your immune system responds to the vaccine.
- Your permission to obtain a copy of your and your baby’s medical records from your healthcare providers.
“By sharing your pregnancy with us, you are helping us answer important questions about COVID-19 mRNA vaccines in pregnancy. The answers to these questions can help future moms-to be.”— Christina Chambers, PhD, MPH,
UC San Diego Center for Better Beginnings,
Lead Investigator, MotherToBaby Pregnancy Studies
Have you received a COVID-19 vaccine in the last 2 months? Were you pregnant at that time, and are you still pregnant now? If you answered “yes” to these questions, then you can help us gather important information about the use of COVID-19 vaccines in pregnancy. Join our study today!