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Horowitz: Mysterious gynecological ailments reported as stillbirths rise in some countries. Coincidence?

Added 05-17-22 09:17:01am EST - “"The effects of the COVID-19 vaccine on sperm, a pregnancy, a fetus, or a nursing child are not known." ~Pfizer's informed consent document There's a reason why we don't offer novel therapeutics, especially those with numerous side…” - Theblaze.com

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Posted By TheNewsCommenter: From Theblaze.com: “Horowitz: Mysterious gynecological ailments reported as stillbirths rise in some countries. Coincidence?”. Below is an excerpt from the article.

"The effects of the COVID-19 vaccine on sperm, a pregnancy, a fetus, or a nursing child are not known." ~Pfizer’s informed consent document

There’s a reason why we don’t offer novel therapeutics, especially those with numerous side effects already confirmed, to pregnant women. To this day, there is no effort on the part of our government to study the consequences of the menstrual irregularities being experienced ubiquitously among women who took the COVID shots. Will the latest study, on a rare condition of uterine lining shedding self-reported by women who took the shot, finally convince the medical establishment to take a step back? Probably not.

Decidual cast shedding (DCS) is a rare gynecological disorder in which a woman secretes her entire uterine lining intact through the vaginal canal as if she were having menstrual bleeding. It is so rare that the authors of this paper could only find 40 documented cases in 109 years. Yet in their survey of 6,049 women from May 16, 2021, through December 31, 2021, right after most young women got the shot, 292, or 4.8%, of the respondents self-reported a case of DCS. The findings were published in the Gazette of Medical Sciences.

Tiffany Parotto, in conjunction with several obstetricians and scientists, conducted the MyCycleStory survey, which contained 91 questions, targeting all women 18 years and older who were experiencing menstrual anomalies. As the data was collected, much to the surprise of the researchers, who were mainly trying to study the scope of menstrual irregularities, “there was an abnormally high number of women who reported that they had experienced ‘Decidual Cast Shedding / release of a layer of uterine lining, a thick sack-like substance’, as presented in the survey.” They note, “Respondents who reported having experienced DCS in the past were excluded from the analysis data set.”

Among the 292 women who reported as having secreted a large, intact piece of tissue all in one piece at some point last year, nearly all of them (96.2%) reported experiencing menstrual irregularities. The median age of those who reported DCS was 35, but 22 of the women were post-menopausal.

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