Hundreds of Scandinavian women report menstrual disorders after vaccination
According to researcher Ali Harandi of the University of Gothenburg, vaccines affect periods. Hundreds of Scandinavian women have reported menstrual disorders after being vaccinated against Covid-19.
Published: August 3, 2021, 3:13 pm
In Sweden, there have been as many as 400 cases, according to the Medical Products Agency, while Denmark has reported over 1000 cases of menstrual abnormalities related to the vaccination, reported national Swedish broadcaster SVT.
“These are menstrual abnormalities in connection with vaccination against Covid-19. It can be irregular menstruation, but it can also be about bleeding after menopause,” said Ebba Hallberg, senior official at the Swedish Medical Products Agency.
Both her agency and the European Medicines Agency (EMA) are aware of this problem, but at present they maintain that there is not an established link yet.
“This is something we keep an eye on, but at present we can not comment on whether there is any connection with the vaccines or not. This is also followed at the EU level, but no support for a connection has been found there either,” said Hallberg.
The Swedish official refused to blame the vaccine directly, stating that the current menstrual disorders could occur for a variety of reasons. “That is what makes it so difficult to know, whether it is normal or not.”
Such reports have meanwhile been assessed as “non-serious suspected adverse reactions”. Hallberg added: “It has not led to any hospital stay or been life-threatening. In Sweden, most of the reports come from private individuals.” But future infertility may not be “life-threatening” as such now, but it certainly is in the long term.
Global reports of disruptions in the menstrual cycle following vaccination are increasing, and was highlighted in a study by the University of Illinois. Data collected from the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) further shows that upwards of 80 percent of all reactions to the jab were reported by women.
“Inflammatory reaction has been noticed with the Covid vaccine. We know that because many, including myself after the second vaccine, developed some mild flu-like symptoms,” Dr. Akshat Jain, a hematologist at Loma Linda University School of Medicine in Southern California, told ABC7 News.
Jain specializes in bleeding disorders in adolescent women. She explained that inflammatory cells triggered by the vaccine could affect female hormones since the jab modulates an estrogen response. Jain recommended that women experiencing heavy bleeding see a physician for a complete blood count and estrogen test.
In April this year, in a public comment to the CDC, molecular biologist and toxicologist Dr. Janci Chunn Lindsay urged the US government to immediately halt Covid-19 vaccines. Citing fertility, blood-clotting concerns (coagulopathy), and immune escape, Lindsay said these products were not safe.
Lindsay aided in the development of a temporary human contraceptive vaccine which ended up causing unintended autoimmune ovarian destruction and sterility in animal test models. “I strongly feel that all the gene therapy vaccines must be halted immediately due to safety concerns on several fronts.”
She explained that there was a credible reason to believe that these products would cross-react with syncytin and reproductive proteins in sperm, ova, and placenta, leading to impaired fertility and impaired reproductive and gestational outcomes.
“Respected virologist Dr. Bill Gallaher, Ph.D, made excellent arguments as to why you would expect cross reaction. Due to beta sheet conformation similarities between spike proteins and syncytin-1 and syncytin-2.
“I have yet to see a single immunological study which disproves this. Despite the fact that it would literally take the manufacturers a single day to do these syncytin studies to ascertain this [once they had serum from vaccinated individuals]. It’s been over a year since the assertions were first made that this [the body attacking its own syncytin proteins due to similarity in spike protein structure] could occur.”
Beyond the reported pregnancy losses reported in VAERS, there have also been reports of impaired spermatogenesis and placental findings from both the natural infection, vaccinated, and syncytin knockout animal models that have similar placental pathology, implicating a syncytin-mediated role in these outcomes, she explained.
“Additionally, we have heard of multiple reports of menstrual irregularities in those vaccinated. These must be investigated.” Lindsay added: “We could potentially sterilize an entire generation. Speculation that this will not occur and a few anecdotal reports of pregnancies within the trial are not sufficient proof that this is not impacting on a population-wide scale.”
Lindsay’s testimony was interrupted midway, and she was simply cut off. In her subsequent warnings, submitted as written testimony, she also warned that Antibody-dependent Enhancement (ADE) could be expected. Multiple studies, especially data from Israel and the Seychelles have since confirmed this. There is now hard evidence that the vaccines are making the pandemic worse, as she underscored.
After vaccinating their adult population Covid cases in Seychelles rose to the highest levels in the world. At the time, many stated that cases were rising but the vaccines were preventing serious illness and death.
Sadly, Seychelles now has the 4th highest death rate in Africa. pic.twitter.com/TZtKZWiUTi
— PLC (@Humble_Analysis) August 3, 2021
“Third, there is strong evidence for immune escape, and that inoculation under pandemic pressure with these leaky vaccines is driving the creation of more lethal mutants that are both newly infecting a younger age demographic, and causing more Covid-related deaths across the population than would have occurred without intervention.”
According to Lindsay, we already had enough evidence in April to see a clear correlation with increased Covid deaths and the vaccine campaigns. “This is not a coincidence. It is an unfortunate unintended effect of the vaccines.”
She added: “We simply must not turn a blind eye and pretend this is not occurring. We must halt all Covid vaccine administration immediately, before we create a true pandemic that we cannot reign in.”
MIT Scientist Stephanie Seneff, an expert in protein synthesis, fully agreed with Lindsay’s hypothesis. “This massive clinical trial on the general population could have devastating and irreversible effects on a huge number of people,” Seneff said.
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