Declining birth rates and pregnancy-complications after mRNA vaccination: how dangerous [deadly] is the Covid shot really?
Declining birth rates and pregnancy-complications after Covid vaccination suggest massive risk to female fertility. According to official data from the European Medicines Agency (EMA)1 and other international health authorities or organizations2 it is announced to the public with the help of a broad media support that the experimental Covid-19 injections are `safe and effective` also for pregnant and breastfeeding women. But what about pregnancy-complications or the declining birth rates observed worldwide since the global `vaccine campaign`? The facts and data clearly contradict these inaccurate and unqualified claims. Pregnancy-complications and declining birth rates after Covid vaccination indicate a `pandemic of vaccine damage`.3
1. Pregnant and breastfeeding women excluded in all studies
The fact that the effects on pregnant and lactating women have never been studied and thus no data are available is stated even by the manufacturers in the package insert.4 In fact, all emergency approvals definitively excluded pregnant and lactating women - and no mRNA vaccination has yet been approved for the previously mentioned groups or studied with regard to potential pregnancy-complications.2 The court-enforced publications of the now declassified Pfizer documents clearly demonstrate that pregnant and lactating women were excluded for all clinical phases and thus not studied (p. 33, art. 2h 11).5 Further official evidence and references to the non-existent exclusion of potential reproductive toxicity are in our other articles on effects of Covid-19 injections on men as well as women.
Meanwhile, both observationally based data and reports from gynecologists worldwide show an explosion in pregnancy-complications as well as massively declining birth rates, which underscore the potential dangers of mRNA technology-based injections. In the following, epidemiological data on fertility, declining birth rates andas well as other pregnancy-complications associated with mRNA vaccination are going to be outlined.
"...Pfizer documents clearly demonstrate that pregnant and breastfeeding women were excluded from all clinical phases and thus not studied."
2. Declining birth rates and further pregnancy-complications worldwide after mRNA vaccination.
Since spring of 2022, drastic declining birth rates have been observed worldwide. The Taiwanese government indicates a 23.24% decline in birthrates for May 2022 compared to the previous year.6 The Australian government states declining birth rates (live births) of 71% for the period October-December 2021 compared to the average of the last 10 years!7
In Germany, the official data on the number of live-born children for the month of February in 2022 show declining birth rates of -11.5% compared with the previous year. The decline in the European and, in particular, the Swiss birth rate is discussed in more detail below.
2.1 Declining birth rates after Covid 19 vaccination in almost all European countries
A data analysis by the Swiss doctors' organization ALETHEIA3 (without peer review) shows that inexactly nine months after the start of the 'vaccination campaign' (primary vaccination), there are consistently declining birth rates, varying from 1.3% (France) to 18.8% (Romania) compared to the previous year.
The decline in births in the analyzed European countries compared to the previous year's average amounts to a total of -110,059 births or -7.0%. `Covid infections` as well as hospitalizations as an influencing factor can clearly be excluded, but for six countries the results are not statistically significant or `lockdown effects` were detected. The authors assume a causal relationship between the mRNA vaccination and the decline in births.
"The overall birth decline in the analyzed European countries compared to the previous year's average is -110,059 births or -7.0%."
2.2 Declining birth rates after mRNA vaccination [with one exception] in all Swiss cantons simultaneously
A further analysis of the individual Swiss cantons (without peer review) 8 confirmed the observations. Significantly declining birth rates ranging from 2.5% in Glarus to 29.1% in Basel-Stadt can be observed simultaneously in all Swiss cantons from January to May, with the exception of the canton of Nidwalden. This declining birth rates are historic and the largest documented decline in births in Switzerland for over 150 years - since statistical records began in 1871.
2.3 Observational data show fertility rate declines as a function of a country's vaccination coverage
Further confirmation is provided by an analysis based on observational data (without peer review) on fertility in 175 countries,9 which shows a highly significant and clearly negative relationship (60%) between a country's vaccination coverage and its fertility rate in 2021. Correlation-based observations, of course, generally do not allow conclusions about causal relationships, and various uncontrolled variables could be responsible for this relationship. These include, for example, income levels or the level of development of a country, which are unrelated to the vaccination rate (spurious causality). For example, it is known that fertility is higher in developing countries than in heavily industrialized countries, and the latter also have higher vaccination coverage.
"A comparison of fertility rates between 2019 and 2021 also reveals a significant reduction in fertility (-8.7%) in countries with high vaccination rates, and this is despite the fact that fertility rates have statistically increased in most countries worldwide in 2021"
However, the negative correlation (13%) - although less strong - is still present even after correcting the data in terms of GDP of the respective countries. Also, a comparison of fertility rates between 2019 and 2021 reveals significantly declining birth rates (-8.7%) in countries with high vaccination rates, and this despite the fact that fertility rates have statistically increased in most countries worldwide in 2021 (possibly due to different survey methods).9 Against the background of the more recent publications already elaborated for European countries, especially Switzerland3, 8 but also Taiwan6 the suspicion of a causal relationship with Covid 19 injections seems to be more likely.
3. Pregnancy-complications, outcomes and miscarriage rates after mRNA vaccination.
3.1 Does the most popular study to justify vaccinating pregnant women prove a massively increased miscarriage rate?
A 2021 study published in the New England Journal of Medicine,10 is considered the most popular and widely cited evidence on the safety of mRNA vaccination for pregnant women. The study was based on data from U.S. vaccine adverse event databases and showed an 81.9% rate of miscarriage for pregnant women who received either mRNA vaccination BNT162b2 (Pfizer-BioNTech) or mRNA-1273 (Moderna) within the first two trimesters (less than 24 weeks). How is this possible?
"...with 28/29 cases (97%) of pregnancy ending in death or loss of the child and only one successful birth documented."
The key message of the study is that a total of 712 of 827 pregnancies were successful and 115 miscarriages occurred, which corresponds to a miscarriage rate of 13.9% and is within the normal range. A total of 700 women received an injection in the third trimester (>24th week) and 124 women in the first two trimesters, but of these, 104 (81.9%) miscarried. However, the inverse conclusion that early maternal injection leads to child loss is not valid. Only data from pregnant women over 11 weeks were collected, but pregnancy lasts approximately 40 weeks. Although the data basis, which has been widely criticized,11 which does not allow any clear conclusions on the safety of mRNA vaccinations, this study is considered to be one of the most popular "proofs", which was and still is used to justify mass injections of pregnant women. However, if 700 mothers who were vaccinated in the third trimester delivered their child alive, this says nothing about risks of vaccination at the beginning of pregnancy. Especially not if these are included in the overall risk assessment of the injections over all trimesters and taking into account the already mentioned far too short observation period of only 11 weeks.
3.2 Declassified Pfizer post-marketing study demonstrated at least 82% increased miscarriage rate as early as February 28, 2021
Declassified documents of the Pfizer company,1213 whose release was legally compelled by means of the Freedom of Information Act, document 270 women injected with BNT162b2 during pregnancy through February 28, 2021. For 238/270 exposed pregnancies, Pfizer has no information on pregnancy outcomes or whereabouts of the affected women. Of the 34 known pregnancy outcomes, five outcomes are pending, with 28/29 cases (97%) ending in death or loss of the child and only one successful birth documented (Two outcomes were documented for each of one case with twins, with each outcome counted separately). Including the outstanding five children as a possible positive outcome (birth), still results in an 82% mortality rate, which is indeed consistent with the above results.11
3.3 Hospital in Israel documented 34% increased miscarriages and further pregnancy-complications in vaccinated patients
Published data from Rambam Hospital in Haifa, Israel, show,14 that the rate of , miscarriages and terminations of pregnancy in 2021 (up to and including October) for women who received a Covid 19 injection was 8% compared to 6% for `unvaccinated` women, an increase of 34%. For May, as many as 44% of all pregnancy outcomes for `vaccinated` women were documented as stillbirth, miscarriage, or abortion, compared with only 9% for unvaccinated women. The sharp increase remains even when the group of vaccinated and unvaccinated is taken together - it cannot therefore be attributed to the fact that older and pre-diseased women have had more injections.
"For May, as many as 44% of all pregnancy outcomes for `vaccinated` women were documented as stillbirth, miscarriage, or abortion, with only 9% for unvaccinated women."
4. Miscarriages, stillbirths and other reproductive complications according to official databases.
4.1 Increased stillbirths in Germany, Iceland and the United Kingdom
The number of stillborn children in Germany has already increased by 8.2% in 2021 (3,422) compared to the previous year and by as much as 10.6% compared to the 2017-2020 average.15 Statistics Iceland indicates a near doubling of both stillbirths and `late fetal deaths` already in 2021.16 Independent analysis for UK data confirms these observations and also shows a 25% increased risk of stillbirth as a result of the mRNA vaccination.17 The Scottish Health Authority had 5.1/1000 neonatal deaths (infant deaths in the first 28 days) for the month of September 2021 and also 4.6/1000 in March 2022, according to their official database.18 This represents an unexplained increase of 132% (September 2021) and 109% (March 2022) from the average (2.2/1000 and month) of recent years, which was not due to Covid-19 infections.18
4.2 EMA data show menstrual irregularities, postmenopausal bleeding and other pregnancy-complications
The analysis already mentioned above3 the Swiss medical association, has evaluated data from the EMA on pregnancy-complications, with a total of 4,182 impairments of the female reproductive organs and 126,155 menstrual disorders registered as of August 20, 2022. The latter is also supported by other studies, whereby it was particularly noticeable that postmenopausal women or women who actually no longer expect menstruation due to anticontraceptives began to menstruate again. 19
4.3 Military data from the U.S. Department of Defense Epidemiology Database (DMED) show increased incidence of infertility, cancers, and other pregnancy-complications.
Observations by whistleblower publications of data from the U.S. Department of Defense Medical Epidemiology Database (DMED), corroborate the figures already presented on various pregnancy-complications.20, 21 However, the data must be interpreted with caution. According to a comprehensive analysis22 they cannot be correct.
"From the Scottish Health Authority database, it is also possible to see a significant increase of 28% in cumulative cancers of the female ovaries for the year 2021 (323 cases) compared to the year 2020 (252 cases), which seems to confirm the DMED data regarding ovarian dysfunction."
The data show an increased incidence of infertility by 471%, birth defects by 155%, breast cancer by 487%, and ovarian dysfunction by 437% in women in 2021 compared to the previous years 2016-2020. From the Scottish Health Authority database23 there is also a significant 28% increase in cumulative cancers of the female ovary in 2021 (323 cases) compared to 2020 (252 cases), which seems to confirm the DMED data on ovarian dysfunction. Even compared to the average of 2017-2019 (288 cases), there is still an increase of 12%. In addition, DMED data for the year 2021 show an increase of 279% in the annual miscarriage rate, compared to the previous years 2016-2021.19
4.4 Official databases in Europe (EMA) as well as the USA (VAERS) show significantly increased incidence of miscarriages as well as other pregnancy-complications.
A comparative analysis of data from the VAERS database, examined the incidence of miscarriage as a result of influenza vaccination compared to Covid-19 injection. A 1,517% higher incidence of miscarriage was reported as a result of Covid-19 injection compared to influenza vaccination.24 A more recent study (pre-print without peer review) also examined comparative data from the VAERS database on influenza vaccination and Covid 19 injections.25
For all of the following pregnancy-complications, significantly more frequent cases were documented in association with Covid injections than as a result of influenza vaccination: Menstrual abnormalities, miscarriage, fetal chromosomal abnormalities, fetal malformations, fetal cystic hygromas, fetal cardiac dysfunction, fetal arrhythmias, fetal cardiac arrest, fetal vascular malperfusion, fetal growth abnormalities, fetal surveillance abnormalities, fetal placental thrombosis, low amniotic fluid volume, and fetal death/stillbirth.
The number of cases reported by the European Medicines Agency (EMA)26 under the code "Abortion Spontaneous" (as of 09/18/2022) for all approved Covid-19 injections is 2,829, with 66% of reported cases for BioNTech/Pfizer's TOZINAMERAN injection alone.
5. Observations on pregnancy-complications of clinically active physicians.
Physicians who specialize in gynecology, obstetrics or childbearing are also seeing an increase in various pregnancy-complications in their practices. Dr. James Thorben, who has practiced obstetrics for more than 42 years and sees 6,000-7,000 patients a year, describes his observations over the past two years as "unprecedented". He had "...seen many, many, many complications in pregnant women, in mothers and fetuses, in children, offspring" inclusive "fetal deaths, miscarriages, fetal deaths in the mother".27
"For 14 natural, spontaneously occurring pregnancies, Dr. Leist observed 11 miscarriages and only three continuing pregnancies after starting Covid injections, for a miscarriage rate of 80%..."
The German gynecologist Dr. Rebekka Leist observed,28 that of her 67 patients who attempted out-of-body fertilization, 45 did not become pregnant. Another 10 suffered an early miscarriage and for four women a response is still pending. One successful delivery and seven cases of continuing pregnancy were documented. This represents a pregnancy rate of 12%, whereas more than 30% clinical pregnancies would usually be expected.
The miscarriage rate is also more than twice as high as in the context of normally progressing 29 For 14 natural, spontaneously occurring pregnancies, Dr. Leist observed 11 miscarriages and only three continuing pregnancies after starting Covid injections, which corresponds to a miscarriage rate of 80%, very similar to the rate reported in the publications already listed.11,13 Usually, a miscarriage rate of 15-25% would be expected./ -treatments would be expected.
6. Pregnancy rates in IVF centers
Several studies investigated the association of mRNA vaccination on pregnancy rates as well as other markers in the setting of ART treatments without finding significant effects. 30, 31, 32, 33 However, these studies did not report the time interval between injection and fertilization treatment.
"For this reason, the authors appropriately recommend that in patients undergoing IVF treatment with a fresh embryo transfer, the procedure may need to be delayed until at least 61 days after Covid 19 vaccination."
Three other studies included the time between `complete vaccination` and pregnancy rate, two of which had no significant effect.34, 35 and one study36 observed significant effects between `vaccinated` and `unvaccinated`. The latter study also documented a linear increase in pregnancy rate with increasing distance from treatment to `complete vaccination`, The pregnancy rate in the category of start of treatment up to 30 days (34.3%) and 31-60 days (36.2%) following `complete vaccination` reduced significantly, compared with treatments above 90 days (56.3%) after vaccination and the control group of the unvaccinated (60.3%), respectively.36 For this reason, the authors appropriately recommend that in patients undergoing IVF treatment with a fresh embryo transfer, the procedure may need to be postponed until at least 61 days after mRNA vaccination.
However, in the majority of the aforementioned studies without effect,30, 31, 33, 35 a reduced pregnancy rate between 'vaccinated' and 'unvaccinated' patients was also observed, although this difference was not statistically significant. For more in-depth information on reproductive toxicity associated with observed pregnancy-complications and declining birth rates, please refer to the article Vaccine Side Effect Infertility: 5 Hazards.
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