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COVID Vaccine May Affect Mammagrams

Doctors say women who get the Covid-19 vaccine should wait before getting a mammogram.  Research shows that lymph node swelling can be a side effect of the vaccine. That can lead to false positives in a mammogram, because the swollen nodes can be difficult to distinguish from cancer. Experts suggest waiting 4 to 6 weeks after your final vaccine dose for a mammogram – although you should talk with your doctor before canceling any appointments.