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COVID-19 vaccine's impact on menstrual cycles needs to be investigated after 30,000 women report changes


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by Patrick   $0.61 total tips   💰tip   follow   2021 Sep 19, 2:22pm  

https://www.yahoo.com/news/covid-19-vaccines-impact-menstrual-102418304.html


30,000 women have reported their periods being altered after getting the COVID-19 vaccine.

Research is needed to understand why this is happening, according to a paper in the British Medical Journal.

Periods can be heavier or delayed because of an immune response and poses no danger to one's body, say experts.

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Since the rollout of COVID-19 vaccines, thousands of women in the UK have been saying that their periods have been disrupted, say experts.

More than 30,000 women said their menstrual cycle being somewhat altered after getting the COVID-19 vaccine, reported Sky News.

The UK's Yellow Card scheme, where people can voluntarily report their side effects to any medication - including vaccinations - has shown that many women have seen a disruption in their periods.

Dr. Victoria Male, a reproductive immunologist from Imperial College London, wrote in the British Medical Journal that while these changes are safe and short-lived, has stated that an investigation as to why this happens is crucial.

In the US, the National Institute of Health is investing $1.67 million into understanding how the COVID-19 vaccines impact periods.

Dr. Male states that periods can be heavier or delayed because of an immune response, and poses no danger to one's body.

"Robust research into this possible adverse reaction remains critical to the overall success of the vaccination program. One important lesson is that the effects of medical interventions on menstruation should not be an afterthought in future research," wrote Dr. Male.

Writing in The Telegraph, Caroline Criado-Perez, author of Invisible Women, said: "As with most clinical studies, the Covid-19 vaccine trials did not investigate menstrual cycle effects - in fact, in many trials women are wholesale excluded because of potential menstrual cycle effects."




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1   Patrick   2021 Sep 19, 2:29pm  


Robert W Malone, MD
@RWMaloneMD
Sep 18
‘no biologically plausible mechanism by which current vaccines would cause any impact on women’s fertility’


I strongly disagree. This is not science, this is the new faith - denial sciencism. And you know who the high priest is.

1) novel synthetic lipid accumulation in ovarian tissue
2) coagulopathy driven by spike affecting highly vascular tissue
3) platelet irregularities including anti-platelet antibodies

I can go on and on listing hypotheses that are biologically plausible. As can many others.


https://nitter.pussthecat.org/RWMaloneMD/status/1439205119388790798#m
2   Patrick   2021 Sep 19, 2:32pm  

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/women/life/didnt-doctors-listen-women-link-covid-vaccines-periods/


Why didn’t doctors listen to women about the link between Covid vaccines and periods?
A new study reveals that thousands of women experienced irregularities after their jab – yet the medical establishment seems disinterested
3   Patrick   2021 Oct 9, 7:31pm  

https://www.nichd.nih.gov/newsroom/news/083021-COVID-19-vaccination-menstruation


The National Institutes of Health has awarded one-year supplemental grants totaling $1.67 million to five institutions to explore potential links between COVID-19 vaccination and menstrual changes. Some women have reported experiencing irregular or missing menstrual periods, bleeding that is heavier than usual, and other menstrual changes after receiving COVID-19 vaccines. The new awards support research to determine whether such changes may be linked to COVID-19 vaccination itself and how long the changes last. Researchers also will seek to clarify the mechanisms underlying potential vaccine-related menstrual changes.
4   HeadSet   2021 Oct 9, 7:51pm  

Patrick says
wrote in the British Medical Journal that while these changes are safe and short-lived, has stated that an investigation as to why this happens is crucial.

Where is everyone's common sense? If you do not know what causes the change you cannot determine the changes are safe and short-lived (non-recurring).
5   Patrick   2021 Oct 9, 10:36pm  

Exactly.

It's like the people making up the lies in the media think everyone is an idiot.
6   Blue   2021 Oct 10, 2:12am  

If I remember, osha do not take any vaccine related complaints until may 2022. Its government deliberate attempt to ignore and mislead public about vaccines. The corruption is spreading to all levels.
7   Patrick   2022 Jan 9, 7:54pm  

https://jessicar.substack.com/p/the-female-reproductive-issues-in?source=patrick.net


I still cannot believe that this is what I am doing with my time - trying to convince humans why it’s a good idea to consider what is contained in a syringe that has been connected to an unprecedented number of adverse events in every adverse event collection system in the world.

There are currently 43,350 women who have filed reports to VAERS for female reproductive issues in the context of the COVID-19 injectable products.
8   Patrick   2022 Jan 25, 5:48pm  

https://childrenshealthdefense.org/defender/nih-study-confirms-covid-vaccines-affect-menstrual-cycle/?source=patrick.net


NIH Study Confirms COVID Vaccines Affect Menstrual Cycle
A study funded by the National Institutes of Health and published in Obstetrics & Gynecology found women who received COVID-19 shots had longer menstrual cycles, typically by less than one day, and some women experienced even greater menstrual changes, particularly those who received two shots in the same menstrual cycle.
9   Bd6r   2022 Jan 26, 9:20am  

A friend of mine who is going through menopause and had all but lost her periods had them return for 3 months after getting jabbed.
10   Shaman   2022 Jan 26, 9:56am  

Bd6r says
A friend of mine who is going through menopause and had all but lost her periods had them return for 3 months after getting jabbed.


All that destroyed ovarian tissue has to be discharged.
And the ovaries are where a woman keeps all the eggs she will ever have. Bets on how much fertility is destroyed by one jab? Two? Three? Will reproduction be entirely compromised by boosters? Or does that happen after only two jabs?
11   Patrick   2022 Aug 4, 11:00am  

https://nitter.pussthecat.org/Leftylockdowns1/status/1554796178772004864#m


Jenin Younes
@Leftylockdowns1
Aug 3
A tweet of Naomi Wolf’s saying that women are experiencing bleeding and clotting after the vaccine, warranting investigation was cited by CDC in correspondence to social medial companies as an example of “misinformation.” A month later, Twitter permanently suspended her 1/
Here is the pertinent part of the CDC email:





Here is Anthony Fauci, a year later, acknowledging menstrual changes as a result of the covid vaccine (of course dismissing them as “transient”), and conceding it warrants investigation.
Breaking911
@Breaking911
Jul 26
WATCH — Dr. Fauci asked about study linking irregular menstrual cycles to COVID-19 vaccine:
"The menstrual thing is something that seems to be quite transient and temporary."

.@AlexBerenson, too, was singled out for condemnation by Fauci and then suspended on Twitter just days later. There is, of course, a mountain of evidence establishing that US agencies and government officials coerced big tech into censoring those who openly repudiated gov’t

Approved covid propaganda. This is one of the greatest civil liberties violations of my lifetime, and unquestionably a First Amendment abrogation unprecedented in nature and degree.

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