(LifeSiteNews) – Thousands of women around the world are reporting disrupted menstrual cycles after receiving injections of COVID-19 vaccines.
The U.K.’s government vaccine adverse event system has collected more 2,200 reports of reproductive disorders after coronavirus injections, including excessive or absent menstrual bleeding, delayed menstruation, vaginal hemorrhaging, miscarriages, and stillbirths.
In the U.K., the Yellow Card adverse event reporting system includes 2,233 reports of “reproductive and breast disorders” after reception of AstraZeneca and Pfizer vaccines.
The U.K. Yellow Card program reports 1,465 reactions involving reproductive systems as well as 19 “spontaneous abortions” (miscarriages), five premature labors, and two stillbirths in association with the AstraZeneca vaccine as of April 5.
The reports include:
- 255 cases of abnormal uterine bleeding
- 242 reports of unusual breast pain and swelling
- 182 women who experienced absent or delayed menstruation
- 175 cases of heavy menstrual bleeding
- 165 cases of vaginal hemorrhaging
- 55 reports of genital swelling, lesions, rashes or ulcerations
- 19 cases of postmenopausal hemorrhaging
- 12 cases of premature or “artificial” menopause
Another 768 reports of “reproductive and breast disorders” have been reported for Pfizer’s coronavirus vaccine in the U.K., as well as 42 “spontaneous abortions,” five premature labor onsets, and two stillbirths. These include:
- 265 reports of breast changes, including 22 reports of breast cancer and 177 reports of breast pain
- 134 cases of irregular menstrual bleeding
- 127 reports of absent or light menstruation
- 92 cases of heavy bleeding
- 73 cases of vaginal hemorrhaging
- 5 reports of postmenopausal hemorrhaging
- 5 cases of premature or ‘artificial’ menopause
Male reproductive disorders are fewer, but 75 Yellow Card reports on AstraZeneca’s vaccine include 63 erectile dysfunction reactions, 50 cases of testicular pain, 11 cases of scrotal pain and swelling, and three reports of haematospermia, or blood in sperm. Read Full Article >