It's Not Because of Stress: 42% of Women With Regular Cycles Are Bleeding More Than Usual

And those who aren't supposed to be bleeding are, oddly, now bleeding.

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Whenever anyone brings up fertility concerns from the jab, they are quickly disposed of and labeled mis or disinformation.

But check out this headline from the NIH:

COVID-19 vaccines linked to small increase in menstrual cycle length

It wasn’t quite a day longer. It was about 0.64 days, but one of the explanations for the finding was that it could be the stress from the pandemic that’s causing all of this. But then they write this:

“Our results cannot be explained by the generalized pandemic stress because our unvaccinated control group saw no changes over a similar time period.”

So it can’t be because of stress. Why are the vaccinated bleeding longer and the unvaccinated not? But, of course, they’ll never try to answer that.

But this is just the setup. Now, here’s the big story.

A doctor outside of the United States government conducted a large survey, and this is what she found per NBC News:

42% of people with regular menstrual cycles said they bled more heavily than usual after their Covid vaccination.

And here is her study:

Investigating trends in those who experience menstrual bleeding changes after SARS-CoV-2 vaccination

I’ve already mentioned that “42% of women with regular menstrual cycles bled more than usual,” but this is what NBC News failed to report on.

“Among (1,815) non-menstruating, premenopausal respondents on hormonal treatments, a majority (65.7%) experienced breakthrough bleeding after a vaccine…”

Alarming. Here’s another super important data point.

Among (238) post-menopausal people who were not on any hormonal treatments, breakthrough bleeding was reported by 66.0% of respondents.

So those who are pre-menopause are bleeding, and those who are post-menopause are bleeding, and 42% of those with regular cycles are bleeding more than usual. 

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What the heck is going on? The Highwire’s Jeffrey Jaxen breaks it down.

“This is a chart of some reproductive issues. We have endometriosis, fibroids, PCOS (Polycystic Ovary Syndrome), and you can see all of these after the vaccination reported heavier bleeding, every single one of these categories. So it appears from this study, this survey, that reproductive issues are exacerbated by the vaccine.”

Bingo. I don’t think there’s any other explanation. Of course, we know that they’ll never self-investigate, but thank goodness for this survey getting all of this out.

People talk, this will validate women’s concerns, and they’ll feel emboldened that they are not alone. And I can only imagine they’ll be angered when they figure out the truth. I don’t know about you, but I’d really hate to be one of those talking heads who spewed “safe and effective” this whole time.

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