The vaccines are the Pfizer and Moderna shots, and the agency refuses to accept that there is a causal connection between the vaccines and the menstrual issued endured by these women who bought into the Big Pharma fear propaganda.
It is not certain whether the EMA can be trusted to have the research in a non-biased way. Their Pharmacovigilance Risk Committee has already lowered worries after a new study from Norway revealed females had heavier periods after taking the jab.
We have reported on the many side effects that could happen to women’s bodies because of the vaccines:
“A new study has found that “the claims made” by the health establishment about “the safety of exposure in early pregnancy to mRNA vaccines to stop COVID-19 are inaccurate.”
“The researchers are recommending “those policy decisions be changed” by leaders based on the evidence they found revealing the mRNA vaccines could cause miscarriages.”
“They discovered that the Big Pharma-supported studies were misrepresented to force the vaccines to more people.”
“The Pfizer-BioNTech research of rats was reported to show no problems with fertility of the exposed animals or offspring. However, more close scrutiny shows an increase (around 2 times) of pre-implantation loss (9.77% versus 4.09% in the control group),” the study says.”
“Considering this evidence, we suggest the quick withdrawal of mRNA vaccines for pregnancy and people breastfeeding, alongside the removal of these vaccines to children or people of child-bearing age in the overall population, until better data about long-term impacts on pregnancy and fertility are created in these groups,” they said.
This comes at a time when more and more Americans are realizing that taking the jab was not only unneeded but also could have been dangerous for a variety of reasons. Meanwhile, Democrats have not yet stopped their push to get the whole population vaccinated.
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