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Sinister silence over vaccine damage in pregnancy

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THE Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) monitored 2,000 pregnant women for adverse reactions post covid vaccination rollout, but have refused a Freedom of Information request to release the data. They admitted last April that they had it but cited the exemption that they planned to issue a report. They have still provided no publication date for the information recorded during the first six months of 2021.

Although birth rates had dropped before the covid pandemic and before covid vaccination, there is evidence that the SARS-CoV-2 spike protein can damage the ovaries and testes but made no statistical difference to the birthrate. It was only nine months after vaccinations were offered to pregnant women that a decline began to show.

Sweden has one of the highest vaccination rates, 87.1 per cent in people over 12. By early July 2022, 18 months post rollout, newborns hit their lowest point since 2005. Stockholm’s birthrate was 14 per cent lower during the first quarter of 2022 than the same period the previous year. This prompted Gunnar Andersson, professor in demography at Stockholm University, to comment: ‘We have never seen anything like this before, that the rock bottom is reached in just a single quarter. 

‘Timewise, it is related with the mass vaccination program in April-May last year. Demographers in other parts of Europe are seeing the same timing as well.’

The UK reported a 7.7 per cent decline in births with 75,670 live births between January and February 2022 compared with 82,042  during the same period in 2021. Taiwan, another of the most highly vaccinated countries, reported a 23.24 per cent drop and Hungary a 20 per cent drop, Germany saw a 13 per cent drop, while British Columbia in Canada reported a 10.73 per cent drop. Switzerland and Northern Island have reported drops too.

The MHRA did share a redacted interim report dated July 2021, with information provided by 30,000 people, a self-selected group sending adverse drug reaction (ADR) details to the Yellow Card Vaccine Monitor (YCVM), a data collection programme that is actively followed up. It contained information from 1,366 pregnant women who had received AstraZeneca, Pfizer and Moderna covid vaccines. Of the mothers to be who had the AZ jab, two thirds (66 per cent) reported they had suffered at least one ADR; the figure for Pfizer was 38 per cent, and 61 per cent for Moderna.

Government began pushing experimental covid vaccines to pregnant women before any of the jab manufacturers had completed reproduction toxicology reports or started trials in pregnant women. Thousands of women could be infertile thanks to these injections, while thousands have reported that they suffered miscarriages and stillbirths because of them. 

By July 2, 2022, the European pharmacovigilance data collection system, EnduraVigilance, had received 3,304 reports of pregnancy and post pregnancy problems; 100,087 reports of reproductive system and breast disorders, including nine deaths, were attributed to Pfizer, and 1,061 with 12 deaths attributed to Moderna. There was a total of 20,841 reproductive system and breast disorders, including nine deaths, reported. (See detailed UK data to April 2024 listed below.) 

The first article I wrote for TCW in April 2021 was after a BBC Radio 4 Woman’s Hour programme (January 12, 2021) that aimed to quash vaccine hesitancy among pregnant women. Presenter Emma Barnett asked Professor Lucy Chappell, Professor in Obstetrics at King’s College London, whether it was the ‘duty’ of pregnant women to get vaccinated. Professor Chappell replied: ‘We have no evidence of an effect on fertility.’

‘No evidence’ are the key words here. They had no evidence because the evidence was not available. Pfizer’s initial trial did not include pregnant women and they did not start studying 4,000 healthy women who were 24 to 34 weeks pregnant until February 2021, two months after the rollout.Results of their reproductive toxicology tests, done in just 44 female rats, had not been released either. That study lasted only 42 days making it impossible to assess outcomes for the next generation, and results were not available until August 2021. Predictably, Pfizer found there were no problems. When their rat results were analysed by independent scientists, they found a 295 per cent increase in the rate of birth defects, with young born with an extra rib. 

German osteopath Christof Plothe, who is a member of the steering committee for the World Council for Health and specialises in pre and perinatal medicine and nutrition, said: ‘Pfizer’s vaccine was approved in just 108 days, pregnancies last nine months. During their initial trial, 270 women became pregnant, but they provided no outcome for 238 pregnancies, only 32 were followed up and of those, there was only one normal outcome: 23 suffered spontaneous abortion, five were listed as outcome pending, two each suffered intrauterine death and neonatal death.’  (Shockingly, the prestigious scientific journal Nature said fertility fears had no basis but had no access to raw trial data.) 

Mr Plothe added: ‘Doctors conducting the rat trials had all either been employed by, or owned shares in Pfizer or BioNTech. There was an attempt to hide this fact by using their initials instead of full names in the study.’

Polyethylene glycol (PEG) in the vaccines is a component of the nanoparticle used to deliver genetic material into the cells and is known to be toxic to foetuses. The lipid nanoparticles (LNPs) can produce spike proteins inside the cells of ovaries which can cause an immune response to ‘infected’ ovarian cells.

Mr Plothe said: ‘Women of childbearing age and pregnant women had been excluded from trials because of fears of maternal-foetal risks with lipid nanoparticles. A study from the Japanese government found that women’s ovaries were the most likely place for the spike protein to accumulate and that the injected mRNA persisted in most for two months; spike protein production persisted for 15 months.’ 

He found men’s fertility could be affected too. ‘A study from Israel showed that male sperm count decreased with just one shot; it did not look at the second shot or any booster shots.’

Could there be other factors affecting the birth rate so dramatically? It began declining across all age groups in 1990, rallied in 2000 and began dropping again in 2010.

Stress is a known problem. So are environmental pollution, electromagnetic fields (EMFs) from Wi-Fi and mobile phones; they can all affect reproductive health but have all been around for decades.

Mr Plothe said: ‘These are all factors but bear in mind most drops happened nine months after the vaccine rollout.’

MHRA Yellow Card special report focus – reproductive health up to April 24, 2024 

REACTION types from interactive data – some people may have reported more than one type of reaction per report.

Below represents some of the most prevalently reported reproductive health disorders experienced, not exhaustively listed.

Congenital, Familial & Genetic Disorders – 138 (Pfizer-mono) + 6 (Pfizer-bivalent) + 128 (AZ) + 18 (Moderna-mono) + <5 (Moderna-bivalent) + <5 (Unknown) = 292 

Endocrine Disorders – 504 (Pfizer-mono) + 22 (Pfizer-bivalent) + 583 (AZ) + 77 (Moderna-mono) + 8 (Moderna-bivalent) + 14 (Unknown) = 1,210 

Exposures Associated with Pregnancy, Delivery & Lactation – 3,494 (Pfizer-mono) + 51 (Pfizer-bivalent) + 2,015 (AZ) + 929 (Moderna-mono) + 52 (Moderna-bivalent) + 27 (Unknown) = 6,568 

Breast Neoplasms (abnormal growth), Malignant & Benign – 68 (Pfizer-mono) + <5 (Pfizer-bivalent) + 78 (AZ) + <12 (Moderna-mono) + <5 (Moderna-bivalent) + 6 (Unknown) = 162 

Reproductive Neoplasms (abnormal growth), Malignant & Benign, Male & Female – 40 (Pfizer-mono) + <5 (Pfizer-bivalent) + <73 (AZ) + <9 (Moderna-mono) + <9 (Unknown) = 114 

Pregnancy Conditions – 765 (Pfizer-mono) + 6 (Pfizer-bivalent) + 346 (AZ) + 115 (Moderna-mono) + 10 (Moderna-bivalent) + 18 (Unknown) = 1,260 of which:

·                                             Miscarriages – 519 (Pfizer-mono) + <5 (Pfizer-bivalent) + 243 (AZ) + 74 (Moderna-mono) + 6 (Moderna-bivalent) + 11 (Unknown) = 854 

·                                             Stillbirths & Foetal Deaths – 19 (Pfizer-mono) + <5 (Pfizer-bivalent) + 7 (AZ) + <5 (Moderna-mono) + <5 (Moderna-bivalent) + <5 (Unknown) = 30 

·                                             Foetal Complications – 27 (Pfizer-mono) + <5 (Pfizer-bivalent) + <5 (AZ) + 7 (Moderna-mono) + <5 (Unknown) = 37 

·                                             Maternal Complications of Labour & Delivery – 27 (Pfizer-mono) + 12 (AZ) + 9 (Moderna-mono) + 95 (Unknown) = 49 

·                                             Maternal Complications of Pregnancy – 78 (Pfizer-mono) + <5 (Pfizer-bivalent) + 36 (AZ) + 12 (Moderna-mono) + <5 (Moderna-bivalent) + <5 (Unknown) = 129 

·                                                                     Of which Ectopic Pregnancy – 16 (Pfizer-mono) + 8 (AZ) + <5 (Moderna-mono) = 25 

·                                             Neonatal & Perinatal Conditions – 14 (Pfizer-mono) + 5 (AZ) + <5 (Moderna-mono) + <5 (Unknown) = 21 

·                                             Placental, Amniotic & Cavity Disorders – 14 (Pfizer-mono) + <5 (AZ) = 15 

Sexual Dysfunctions, Disturbances & Gender Identity Disorders – 81 (Pfizer-mono) + <5 (Pfizer-bivalent) + 126 (AZ) + 19 (Moderna-mono) + <5 (Moderna-bivalent) + <5 (Unknown) = 229 

Reproductive System & Breast Disorders – 31,913 (Pfizer-mono) + 205 (Pfizer-bivalent) + 21,096 (AZ) + 5,385 (Moderna-mono) + 117 (Moderna-bivalent) + <5 (Novavax) + 323 (Unknown) = 59,040 of which

·                                             Breast Disorders – 1,609 (Pfizer-mono) + 29 (Pfizer-bivalent) + 916 (AZ) + 272 (Moderna-mono) + 18 (Moderna-bivalent) + 13 (Unknown) = 2,857 

·                                             Cervix Disorders – 17 (Pfizer-mono) + 5 (AZ) + <5 (Moderna-mono) = 23 

·                                             Reproductive Tract Inflammation & Infection, Male & Female – 21 (Pfizer-mono) + <5 (Pfizer-bivalent) + <16 (AZ) + <5 (Moderna-mono) + <5 (Moderna-bivalent) + <5 (Unknown) = 37 

·                                             Menopause Related Conditions – 209 (Pfizer-mono) + 5 (Pfizer-bivalent) + 459 (AZ) + 41 (Moderna-mono) + <5 (Moderna-bivalent) + 13 (Unknown) = 728

·                                             Menstrual Cycle & Uterine Bleeding Disorders – 26,944 (Pfizer-mono) + 126 (Pfizer-bivalent) + 16,862 (AZ) + 4,390 (Moderna-mono) + 74 (Moderna-bivalent) + <5 (Novavax) + 254 (Unknown) = 48,651 

·                                             Ovarian & Fallopian Tube Disorders – 79 (Pfizer-mono) + 73 (AZ) + 12 (Moderna-mono) + <5 (Unknown) = 165 

·                                             Penile & Scrotal Disorders – 74 (Pfizer-mono) + <5 (Pfizer-bivalent) + 81 (AZ) + 18 (Moderna-mono) + <5 (Unknown) = 175 

·                                             Prostatic Disorders – 7 (Pfizer-mono) + 9 (AZ) + <5 (Moderna-mono) + <5 (Unknown) = 18 

·                                             Reproductive Tract Disorders incl. Pain, Swelling & Rashes – 222 (Pfizer-mono) + <5 (Pfizer-bivalent) + 313 (AZ) + 56 (Moderna-mono) + <5 (Moderna-bivalent) + 7 (Unknown) = 600 

·                                             Sexual Function & Fertility Disorders – 181 (Pfizer-mono) + 7 (Pfizer-bivalent) + 236 (AZ) + 43 (Moderna-mono) + <5 (Unknown) = 468 

·                                             Testicular & Epididymal Disorders – 105 (Pfizer-mono) + <5 (Pfizer-bivalent) + 167 (AZ) + 32 (Moderna-mono) + <5 (Moderna-bivalent) + <5 (Unknown) = 307

·                                             Uterine & Pelvic Disorders – 342 (Pfizer-mono) + 8 (Pfizer-bivalent) + 316 (AZ) + 91 (Moderna-mono) + <5 (Moderna-bivalent) + 6 (Unknown) = 764 

·                                             Vulvovaginal Disorders – 2,103 (Pfizer-mono) + 24 (Pfizer-bivalent) + 1,644 (AZ) + 424 (Moderna-mono) + 15 (Moderna-bivalent) + 17 (Unknown) = 4,227 of which

·                                                                     Vaginal Haemorrhage – 1,846 (Pfizer-mono) + 19 (Pfizer-bivalent) + 1,349 (AZ) + 366 (Moderna-mono) + 14 (Moderna-bivalent) + 14 (Unknown) = 3,608 

In the interactive reporting format online, if there are < 5 reports, accurate numbers are not reported to prevent patient/reporter identification.  

In this summary, totals are calculated as ‘one’ if <5, so should be read as ‘At least ***’ 

For full reports see here. 

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Sally Beck
Sally Beck
Sally Beck is a freelance journalist with 30 years of experience in writing for national newspapers and magazines. She has reported on vaccines since the controversy began with the MMR in 1998.

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