> 30,000 vaginal bleeding & menstrual irregularities have been made in UK since Sept. 2; a very serious issue, post vaccine; heavier-than-usual periods, delayed periods Dr. Victoria Male; patriot
by Paul Alexander
The health of women is not a priority for the CDC or NIH or US govt; not one of the COVID vaccine manufacturers Pfizer etc. list any issues pertinent to menstrual health as a side effect.
I felt this is a critical issue that must be showcased.
Menstrual changes have been reported after both mRNA and adenoviral vaccines. Changes to periods and unexpected vaginal bleeding are not listed, but primary care clinicians and those working in reproductive health are increasingly approached by people who have experienced these events shortly after vaccination.
Yet crickets from the CDC, NIH, Fauci, Walensky, media etc. we have thousands of cases in the US but silence…women’s health has been sidelined.
However, the CDC’s VAERS system reports that between Dec. 14, 2020 and Sept. 10, 2021, there have been 8,793 total reports of menstrual disorders after vaccination with a COVID vaccine. Yet we know VAERS captures only 1% or so of the reporting, so this may be the tip of the iceberg and it may be in the hundreds of thousands of severe effects. This flag system we are grateful for, in spite of it being sub-optimal.
“The control of menstrual bleeding is complex with potential effects from the brain, ovaries and uterus itself. It is plausible that the effects of [SARS-CoV-2] infection or vaccination on the immune system could affect this control pathway, and any research would be greatly valued.”
Dr. Lawrence Palevsky, pediatrician, lecturer and author, said:
“If we were to follow the scientific method, as it was taught in textbooks (knowing full well there is no longer any adherence to the scientific method), we would immediately see this observation of menstrual cycle changes in tens of thousands of women as a signal, for which necessary questions would need to be asked.”
“There is a long list of side effects that the manufacturers of the injection sent to the FDA [U.S. Food and Drug Administration] in the fall of 2020. Many of the injuries people are reporting after receiving these injections, including bleeding, blood clots, autoimmunity, Guillain-Barré syndrome and many others, are well known to the manufacturers and the FDA but, the powers that be continue to ignore the reports of people presenting with these real-time adverse events, as if they have nothing to do with the injections, at all.
“Essentially, they gathered the data in clinical trials but have kept them completely under wraps.”
One important lesson is that the effects of medical interventions on menstruation should not be an afterthought in future research. Clinical trials provide the ideal setting in which to differentiate between menstrual changes caused by interventions from those that occur anyway, but participants are unlikely to report changes to periods unless specifically asked. Information about menstrual cycles and other vaginal bleeding should be actively solicited in future clinical trials, including trials of covid-19 vaccines.