Anti-Covid vaccines : menstrual disorders confirmed in the USA

Health authorities stubbornly ignore the deleterious effects of vaccines and advocate a 4ᵉ dose. While a new study establishes a direct link with menstrual disorders, as revealed here, Jean-Marc Sabatier* from December 2021.

Since July 13, 2022, the French National Authority for Health (HAS) has recommended a fourth dose of the vaccine against Covid (or if you prefer, a second booster) for the most vulnerable people. About 5 million French people are concerned.
However, at the same time (July 15), a large American study published in the journal Science Advances confirmed the direct link between vaccination and the disruption of the menstrual cycle. This study, conducted by Kathryn Clancy and Katharine Lee, two researchers from the Washington University School of Medicine, is based on the testimony of more than 35,000 women.

The blindness of public health “experts”

The study, reported by the New York Times, states that “vaccine trial protocols typically do not include monitoring for major adverse events for more than 7 days, and additional follow-up communications do not ask about menstrual cycles or bleeding. As a result, manufacturers had no way to determine the extent to which this observation was a coincidence or a potential side effect of the vaccines. In media coverage, physicians and public health experts were quick to say that there was “no biological mechanism” or “no data” to support a relationship between vaccine administration and menstrual changes. In other cases, experts said the changes were more likely the result of “stress.”

Thus, the French National Agency for the Safety of Medicines and Health Products (ANSM) hastened to state on December 19, 2021: “To date, the available data do not allow us to determine the direct link between the vaccine and the occurrence of these menstrual cycle disorders. These events remain under surveillance.”

Another recent study confirms the worrying pharmacovigilance signals regarding the use of Covid vaccines in women of childbearing age. It was published July 20, 2022, in the International Journal of Gynecology & Obstetrics.

The vaccine spike protein

These “worrying signals” were identified by Jean-Marc Sabatier on December 23, 2021 in a well-documented article entitled: “Vaccines: adverse effects in women“. The scientist explained clearly: “SARS-CoV-2 -via the spike protein- causes blood coagulation disorders, including thrombocytopenia (a decrease in the number of blood platelets that help the blood to coagulate). Thus, the vaccine spike protein may be (not to say “is”) directly responsible for clotting and menstrual disorders.”

In a new article from March 21, 2022, titled “Covid-19 (and Vaccine) Risks to Sex Organs and Fertility” (read again below), Jean-Marc Sabatier explains how the side effects of vaccines to fight SARS-CoV-2 were causing sexual harm in both men and women.
The ANSM and the HAS, but also all the health and political authorities who push for excessive vaccination under (quasi) constraint, would be well advised to review their copy and to stop the propaganda in favor of anti-Covid vaccines. For, their responsibility is immense in the occurrence of diseases related to side effects.
Sooner or later, they will have to be held accountable.

* Jean-Marc Sabatier is a research director at the CNRS and holds a doctorate in Cell Biology and Microbiology. He is speaking in a personal capacity.

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