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The Jab May Have Some REALLY Concerning Side Effects For Women


Now it’s all coming out….

Aside from a lot of other reported side effects, women may now have to worry about potential side effects from the C-19 vaccine affecting their reproductive health.

According to the newest reports, The N.I.H. will study the effects of the vaccine on the menstrual cycle of women…..

In their own words, they are looking into this issue after “reported changes in menstruation after COVID-19 vaccination”—meaning that there are already ample reports.

Many are already pointing out that The CDC has added to their pile of lies by previously suggesting that C-19 vaccines had no effect on the menstrual cycle:

The New York Post reports:

Shana Clauson, 45, spoke to the Washington Post’s women’s news site at the time, and again this week, about her experience after getting the jab — revealing that her period arrived earlier and heavier than what she considers normal. She was one of many who gathered on social media to share what they were seeing.

“Is this not being discussed, or is it even being looked at or researched because it’s a ‘woman’s issue?’ ” Clauson speculated to the Lily last spring.

It would appear that the NIH heard Clauson and others’ reports, as they announced on Aug. 30 that they intended to embark on just such research — aiming to incorporate up to half a million participants, including teens and transgender and nonbinary people.

If there was ever any doubt as to how unscientific N.I.H. research could get, look no further than the passage above.

The N.I.H. is going to measure the effects of c-19 vaccines on the menstrual cycles of men claiming to be women—men without a uterus……

Let that sink in for a second.

Here is more on the research investigation taken directly from the NIH.Gov website:

But menstrual cycle changes may not be limited to those who get COVID-19. Recently, some people have reported changes in their menstruation after receiving the COVID-19 vaccine, including changes in duration, flow, and accompanying symptoms such as pain.

What will researchers be doing?

To learn whether there is a connection between vaccination and changes in menstruation, the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD) recently released a notice of special interest for researchers to compare the menstruation experiences of vaccinated and unvaccinated people.


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