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European Medicines Agency: Yeah, We’re Finally Admitting COVID Shots Can Have Adverse Effect On Female Fertility

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Published on: November 4, 2022

It’s interesting to see the reactions to Emily Oster’s ridiculous pitch to try and save her  own behind, as well as all the doctors, nurses, employers, cops, government bureaucrats and representatives who engaged in lawlessness tyranny against the People over the CONvids, which they never proved to even exist, all to get people injected with their experimental shots.  Most people said they will not forget what was done to them and neither should we.  Ironically, though we have warned about these shots from before they were released that they would effect female fertility for sure, more than likely male fertility, many didn’t listen and the bought-and-paid for, self-appointed fact checkers attacked us for doing it while the Mockingbird and social media, one in the same, censored our warnings.  Now, the European Medicines Agency (EMA) has finally admitted that Covid-19 vaccination can have an adverse effect on female fertility.

The Expose reports:

On the 28th October 2022, the EMA published new guidance that states “heavy menstrual bleeding should be added to the product information as a side effect of unknown frequency of the mRNA COVID-19 vaccines Comirnaty (Pfizer) and Spikevax (Moderna)”.

The EMA says that heavy menstrual bleeding can be defined as “bleeding characterised by an increased volume and/or duration which interferes with the person’s physical, social, emotional and material quality of life.”

The new guidance comes after they belatedly reviewed the available data, including cases reported during clinical trials, cases spontaneously reported in Eudravigilance and findings from the medical literature. The EMA confirmed, “cases of heavy menstrual bleeding have been reported after the first, second and booster doses of Comirnaty and Spikevax”.

This is an admission that Covid-19 vaccination can have an adverse effect on fertility in women.

A study published in 2016 found that alterations to a woman’s regular menstrual cycle are associated with reduced fertility, and have a negative effect on the chances of getting pregnant.

Confirmation that Covid-19 vaccination has an adverse effect on fertility was not however needed from the EMA, as the evidence to support this has been available for over a year.

Hundreds if not thousands of women have reported that they have suffered irregular bleeding/clotting after receiving one of the mRNA Covid vaccines. Sadly thousands of others have also now reported the loss of their unborn/newborn child.

There also now exist hundreds of testimonies made by women who are claiming that they have lost their baby or suffered irregular bleeding/clotting after being in the company of others who have received one of the mRNA Covid vaccines.

Whilst this may sound unbelievable, it has been confirmed by Pfizer in their confidential documents.

Everyone who has been effected not only by the shots but by the censorship of the truth about those shots should never forget who all worked to promote it and to propagate it and seek to bring them to justice.

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