Since it’s rollout this year, nothing has been more divisive than the COVID-19 “vaccines.”
From the very first patient named William Shakespeare, an elderly man from the United Kingdom, who died not long after receiving the first shot of the experimental gene therapy — there has been a massive amount of injuries and deaths reported to government agencies worldwide.
Now in Norway, 1,264 women who have received one of the three “vaccines” used by the Scandinavian country as part of their vaccine schedule have experienced significant changes in their menstrual cycles.
The AstraZeneca, Pfizer and Moderna injections are all available in Norway, and health officials are saying that they are actually unable to tell which injection is causing the cycle changes.
Some women have experienced a complete stop in their menstrual cycles, while others are bleeding for weeks on end, sometimes heavier than usual. Postmenopausal women are also part of those affected, some reporting heavy bleeding years after not having a cycle.
The AstraZeneca “vaccine” was banned earlier this year in several European countries after patients suddenly developed deadly blood clots, resulting in heart attacks and strokes.
The Norwegian Institute of Public Health’s Dr. Lill Trogstad said they were unable to rule out the connection between the changed menstrual cycles and the injections.
“The women who reported these are not the ones who bled one extra day. Some had to receive treatment to stop the bleeding, and others have been bleeding for weeks.” Trogstad said. “We take these reports seriously and go to great lengths to study any connections.”
During an interview with newspaper Nettavisen, chief physician Sigurd Hortemo from the Norwegian Medicines Agency stated:
“We must not downplay this. There are significant ailments, but menstrual disorders are a common phenomenon. Therefore, it is difficult to come to a definite conclusion. We don’t rule out that there may be a connection between the vaccines and menstrual disorders.”
The real number of women affected, however, could be much higher.
A survey of 200 women showed that only 35% of those that had experienced a disturbance in their menstrual cycle had chosen to report it.
The total number of side effects reported to the Norwegian Medicines Agency is 37,859.
17,000 reports are still waiting to be processed as the system now has a huge backlog, hinting that these “rare” side effects could be far more commonplace than previously thought.
A peer-reviewed study, published in the Science, Public Health Policy and Law Journal, found that the CDC’s recommendation and assurance that the mRNA vaccine is safe was untrue.
Researchers concluded that women, particularly pregnant women, were at a far greater risk of stillbirth or miscarriage, especially if they receive an injection before 20 weeks gestation.
The abstract of the article states:
The use of mRNA vaccines in pregnancy is now generally considered safe for protection against COVID-19 in countries such as New Zealand, USA, and Australia. However, the influential CDC sponsored article by Shimabukuro et al. (2021) used to support this idea, on closer inspection, provides little assurance, particularly for those exposed in early pregnancy. The study presents falsely reassuring statistics related to the risk of spontaneous abortion in early pregnancy, since the majority of women in the calculation were exposed to the mRNA product after the outcome period was defined (20 weeks’ gestation).
Despite the worrying incident rates of women experiencing menstrual disorders, stillbirth and miscarriage, the Norwegian health authorities so far are sticking with their insistence that all adults over the age of 18 get a COVID injection.
Sounds about right.
Still don’t think this is about global depopulation?
They’re directly going after our reproductive organs.
This is certainly about global depopulation.