Exposure To Spike Protein Makes Women ‘Infertile’, Scientists Warn




A disturbing new study has revealed that exposure to the spike protein from COVID-19 vaccines can have devastating effects on women’s reproductive and maternal health.

The study, which was conducted by a team of leading medical experts, found that women who have received the experimental mRNA vaccine are at an increased risk of experiencing severe fertility abnormalities, miscarriages, and other serious health complications.

Theepochtimes.com reports: In late January, 2021, just a month after the Pfizer and Moderna COVID-19 vaccines were granted Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in December 2020, a dramatic change in Google trend searches for “decidual cast” was evident.

Another surge in interest occurred in mid-June 2021, a month after the Pfizer vaccine was granted an expanded EUA for adolescents ages 12–15 years.

decidual cast is defined as: “a large, intact piece of tissue that is passed through the vagina in one solid piece. It happens when the thick mucus lining of the uterus, called the decidua, sheds in the near exact shape of a uterine cavity, creating a triangular cast.”

Women began reporting unusual menstrual conditions on social media, including decidual cast shedding (DCS). This prompted several internet-based surveys, one of which was conducted by MyCycleStory.com.

While the literature contains only case reports of DCS, making the true prevalence difficult to measure, the condition is thought to be quite rare. Fewer than 40 cases have been published over the course of 100 years, usually related to ectopic pregnancy, miscarriage, or prolonged progesterone use.

However, 292 women reported experiencing DCS during a 7.5 month MyCycleStory study period in 2021.

Even though the absolute number of cases is not that high, this unusually increased incidence over the background rate requires further study to ascertain the cause, and any other potential contributors related to the pandemic.

In the United States Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS), over 11,000 people self-reported a menstrual-related issue to the system following COVID-19 vaccination by April 2022. Events included heavy bleeding, irregular or delayed menstruation, oligomenorrhea, and amenorrhea.

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