Soraya Arnelas is 26 weeks pregnant with a girl named Olivia
The singer confessed that she would not be vaccinated against the coronavirus while she was in state, “even if they tell me it is safe”
Now, after going to a routine appointment with his gynecologist, he has explained the reasons why he has changed his decision
A few weeks ago, Soraya Arnelas She acknowledged having doubts about the benefits of getting the coronavirus vaccine while pregnant. The artist, who is expecting her second daughter with Miguel Ángel Herrera, explained that she did not want to “put her baby’s health at risk.” “At the moment, if they give me a choice, I prefer not to get vaccinated,” he exposed his fears in public. Days after this public confession, the singer was summoned to the first dose and, after much reflection, made a decision that seemed irrevocable. “I have decided not to get her pregnant”, she responded to those followers who were in the same situation as her and wanted to know which option she had finally chosen.
The former contestant of Operación Triunfo clarified that she had been informed and did not mind waiting until November, when the girl arrives in the world, to be vaccinated against the pandemic: “I have three and a half months left to have her, I don’t want to put the pregnancy at risk, even if they tell me it’s safe ”. A position that seemed immovable until this very Wednesday, when he went to a routine appointment with his doctor. The interpreter of ‘My world without you’ recorded herself in the car after leaving the medical center and explained the main reason why now, a month after refusing, she is willing to take both doses before giving birth.
“Tell you that, in this last appointment, my gynecologist recommends that I get vaccinated against the coronavirus, that more and more studies and more evidence that the vaccine is necessary. And, obviously, to avoid going through mishaps and scares in case of catching the coronavirus, because I already told you that I already had it, he has recommended that I put it on. So on medical recommendation I’m going to do it ”, justified his change of opinion. “I told you that I was not a denier, that if I had to do it, I was going to do it, as long as my doctor recommended it to me, not the people on social networks … because so many things are told and said …”, he rectified his position after talking to professionals.
“The only thing, it is true, that since I am 26 weeks old, they tell me try to separate it with the whooping cough vaccine, so nothing, it’s time to look at calendars and that’s it. If we have to put it on, we do not put it quietly, far beyond the thoughts that one may have in the head “, he encouraged his followers to consult their doctors and ignore the theories that they can read on the internet or on the networks social. “The important thing is to trust the one who takes you, and if mine says so, then you have to do it. And I don’t want to talk about the vaccine anymore, by God, I’m very tired ”, fed up with this matter, she tried to settle it once and for all.
Pregnant women become a priority in vaccination against coronavirus
As the months of living with the virus progress, the evidence and studies of how it affects pregnant women have led to putting this group first in vaccination. Regardless of the age of the woman or the weeks of gestation, “The vaccination of pregnant women should be prioritized due to their increased risk against COVID-19, promoting specific recruitment strategies for pregnant women ”. This has been determined by the Public Health Commission of the Ministry of Health, in collaboration with the FACME.
In this way, Public Health emphasizes that There is no contraindication and remember that the vaccine prevents complications during pregnancy in any case, but even more so if “there are higher risk factors such as obsedity, age over 35 years, high blood pressure, diabetes or pre-eclampsia.” In addition, they warn that this group should be facilitated to arrive with the complete guideline “to the period of maximum risk of complications in case of coronavirus infection”, that is, at the end of the second trimester and third trimester.