‘We know that menstruation is controlled by ovaries, so that suggests there’s something going on there that really deserves a deep, deep dive… ‘
(Molly Bruns, Headline USA) A study has been published with findings that the COVID vaccine does indeed affect women’s menstrual cycle, Forbes reported.
The study, which was published in the medical journal Obstetrics & Gynecology, followed nearly 4,000 participants for six consecutive cycles through an app called “Natural Cycles.”
Vaccinated participants received their jab after three consecutive cycles, and their three following cycles were post-vaccine.
The study found that those who got their first vaccine had a delayed cycle, meaning the time between their periods was longer. Those who got their second dose also had a greater delay.
The doctors concluded that “COVID-19 vaccination is associated with a small change in cycle length,” and had no other effects.
Though the facilitators of the study have stated that women shouldn’t be concerned about the vaccine affecting their menstrual cycles, there have been widely reported incidents from women suggesting their cycles were irregular post-vaccination.
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There have also been other studies that contradict the findings of those in Obstetrics & Gynecology.
Here is a list of 7 studies that show ample evidence of the mRNA and DNA COVID-19 “vaccines” negatively affecting women’s menstrual cycles:https://t.co/qCmpss7SOM pic.twitter.com/nyVGqwwHre
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Dr. Robert Malone, a biochemist who has worked with mRNA technology, voiced concern surrounding these side effects on “The Candace Owens Show,” where he recommended extensive research be done:
Dr Malone Voices His Concerns With Women’s Menstrual Irregularities
“We know the [mRNA vaccine] lipids are going [to the ovaries]…We know that menstruation is controlled by ovaries, so that suggests that there’s something going on there that really deserves a deep, deep dive.” pic.twitter.com/40hAtvPcnV
— The Vigilant Fox 🦊 (@VigilantFox) February 2, 2022
“We know the [mRNA vaccine] lipids are going [to the ovaries…],” Malone explained. “We know that menstruation is controlled by ovaries, so that suggests there’s something going on there that really deserves a deep, deep dive.”