Decidual cast shedding – clinically known as membranous dysmenorrhea – is so rare that most people have never heard of it, including most health care workers. It describes a gynaecological event...

by Paul Alexander

...during which the decidua, or the thick mucous membrane that lines the uterus, is shed in full, intact form...40 cases in 100 years, over 7.5 mths 2021, about 300 cases; VACCINE link??? I say yes!

0.4 cases per year, now we have 300 in 7.5 months since vaccine…what say you?


Unprecedented Number of Women Experience Rare Gynaecological Event

“The MyCycleStory survey was distributed via social media from May 16, 2021, to December 31, 2021. Menstrual abnormalities have become commonplace following the rollout of Covid-19 vaccines,[iii] and the 91-question survey targeted women aged 18 and over who were experiencing menstrual anomalies. Of the 6,049 women who responded, 292, or 4.83%, reported experiencing a DCS incident during the 7.5 month data collection period.[iv]

Of this group, 96.2% also said they had experienced health problems or menstrual irregularities since January 2021 — coinciding with Covid-19 vaccines being released in the US. According to the study, which was published in The Gazette of Medical Sciences in April 2022:[v]