Thousands of women around the world are reporting disrupted menstrual cycles after receiving injections of COVID-19 experimental gene therapy (oft called “vaccines”). (source)
As of April, the U.K.’s government Yellow Card vaccine adverse event system had collected more 2,200 reports of reproductive disorders after coronavirus injections, including excessive or absent menstrual bleeding, delayed menstruation, vaginal hemorrhaging, miscarriages, and stillbirths.
According to Health, experts aren’t sure why some women might see changes to their periods, and so far there is not enough data to know.
Dr. Kate Clancy, a professor at the University of Illinois, tweeted in February that she’d been hearing about people who had experienced changes in their menstruation since getting one or two vaccine shots.
The U.S. Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) documents similar reproductive complications:
Disconcerting reporting of Bleeding, Miscarriage:
In one VAERS report, a 38-year-old woman (924247) in California was over five weeks pregnant when she received the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine. She miscarried.
A 40-year-old pregnant physician from California described a patient’s first dose of Pfizer’s vaccine as a “lethal event for the fetus” that led to her delivering the baby stillborn six days later. [VAERS ID 958755]
In Nebraska, a 32-year-old woman (1045927) had a positive at-home pregnancy test on Feb. 4, the same day that she received the Moderna vaccine. Lab tests on Feb. 8, 10, and 18 showed declining blood human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG) levels, indicating that a miscarriage had occurred.
“Something insulted this placenta to lead to fetal demise,” read another VAERS report on a 24-year-old woman who began bleeding two weeks after receiving a first dose of Pfizer’s COVID vaccine in February. [VAERS ID 1074788 ]
Another 32-year-old woman (958501), in Virginia, consulted with two obstetrician-gynecologist (OB-GYN) physicians as to whether she should receive the COVID-19 vaccine at eight weeks into her pregnancy. Both advised her to do so. She miscarried her baby.
A 48-year-old woman from Texas received a first dose of Moderna’s COVID-19 vaccine in January and 13 days later was hospitalized with heavy vaginal bleeding and life-threatening thrombocytopenia (a critically low platelet count). [0958885-1]
This woman had a miscarriage of her baby after she was vaccinated with a first dose of Moderna’s COVID vaccine on the same day that an ultrasound and genetic screening showed the 20-week-old baby to be in good health. [VAERS ID 1033412]
There are many more documented at OpenVAERS.com.
A well-documented 3 min. video. [Stop at 3:25 as the rest is an ad.]
The Warnings Were There:
In December, 2020, former Vice President and Chief Scientist for Allergy & Respiratory Dr. Michael Yeadon and Dr. Wolfgang Wodarg, a German physician and epidemiologist, wrote a petition to the European Medicines Agency (EMA) in an attempt to stop human trials of all Covid-19 vaccines, especially the Pfizer/BioNtech COVID-19 mRNA experimental shot.
Since pregnant and breastfeeding women were excluded from vaccine trials, Dr. Yeadon added: “it could take a relatively long time before a noticeable number of cases of postvaccination infertility could be observed.”
Syncytin-1 and Pregnancy
Syncytin-1 is a protein essential to both placental development and function. One of the main doctors’ concerns about the experimental shots is there is plausible evidence to suggest that the spike proteins in the mRNA vaccines SHED or transmit and thus trigger an immune reaction against syncytin-1, “an essential prerequisite for a successful pregnancy.”
If that were the case, then this would prevent the formation of a placenta which would result in vaccinated women essentially becoming infertile or sterile.
Dr. Yeadon and Dr. Wodarg were apparently on to something.
Are the “Vaccines” Self-Spreading or Shedding?
Self-spreading vaccines are not a myth. Page number 45 from this PDF produced by Johns Hopkins University demonstrates that self-spreading vaccines do already exist.
Self-disseminating vaccines for emerging infectious diseases has existed since 2016, according to this PubMed study.
A year ago, women who were pregnant or planned on conceiving were hesitant to eat tuna because of its mercury content or to take a Tylenol. Now they are being badgered into taking experimental injections.
To Avoid Miscarriage, Pregnant Women Should Not Take These Shots
Dr. Simone Gold of America’s Frontline Doctors has stressed the experimental nature of the vaccines, which have been granted Emergency Use Authorization only by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, and are still undergoing phase III clinical trials.
“We know that the survivability rate [from COVID-19] for women of child-bearing age, as well as children, is exceedingly high at over 99.98% per the CDC even without treatment. Using simple logic for a risk assessment would make the decision to give any of the COVID experimental vaccines to a pregnant woman extraordinarily reckless.” ~Dr. Simone Gold of America’s Frontline Doctors
“The desire to get pregnant is overwhelming. It’s not something that can be replaced by something else. It’s not something you can mess around with,” Gold told Michelle Malkin in an interview in February. “The cascade of events that has to go on in the human body to get pregnant and to maintain a pregnancy throughout is incredibly complicated and that’s why historically scientists have always excluded pregnant women from clinical trials. It’s lunacy to get this experimental vaccine if you’re a young female”.
A Video That Goes Much Deeper Into the Criminality of This Vaccine
By Dr. Mike Yeadon. As mentioned above, he is the former Vice President of Pfizer.
If you can’t watch it all cut to a very poignant statement at around 36:25.
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