This site has continuously published blogs featuring women complaining of menstruation problems after being administered the Covid-19 jab. Some complaints even pertained to teenagers.

Back in February Reuters reported that “The European Medicines Agency’s safety committee said on Friday it was reviewing reports of heavy menstrual bleeding and absence of menstruation from women who had received COVID vaccines from  Pfizer (PFE.N)/BioNTech (22UAy.DE)and Moderna (MRNA.O).”[1]

The evaluation was made considering reports of menstruation abnormalities following administration of either of the two vaccines both of which use messenger RNA technology. However EMA stated that it was not yet known whether a causative relationship existed because according to the same agency “menstrual disorders can occur due to a range of underlying medical conditions as from stress and tiredness”. Of course the vaccine is never to blame and there are always underlying causes according to these agencies. Who is not stressed and tired? But if women albeit being stressed and tired still saw normal monthly bleeding and then this suddenly changed and aggravated after taking the Covid-19 vaccine then the same vaccine must be the culprit.

According to a new study supported by the National Institutes of Health and data gathered from nearly 4 000 users of a smartphone app that analyzes menstrual cycles vaccination against COVID-19 was associated with a small transient shift in the length of the menstrual cycle.

It has become very typical of the scripts that the mainstream media are allowed to publish to tell you the least of the grievous side effects and that these cases are “rare” or “small” or “few”. They also add that a link with the Covid-19 vaccine has not been found yet. They give you a little truth but still keep you hanging on.

But after research in Norway revealed some women had heavier periods after receiving the COVID-19 vaccine the EMA stated in December that it had not established a relationship between changes in menstrual cycles and the vaccine.[2]Again….

The EMA’s Pharmacovigilance Risk Assessment Committee (PRAC) announced that after examining the evidence it made the decision to request an analysis of all available data including reports from patients and healthcare providers clinical trials and published literature [literature which is cherry-picked and manipulated.]

To add insult to injury the agency added “that there was also no evidence to suggest that COVID-19 vaccines affected fertility.”

It is such a disgrace that we have come to an age where real-world experiences from the vaccinated are seen as false information and not credible while corporate-sponsored news is taken as gospel.


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