Study: COVID-19 Vaccine Causes Temporary Changes to Menstrual Cycle

Meanwhile, Big Tech wages scorched-earth censorship campaign against anyone who speaks out against the experimental mRNA injection.

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The COVID-19 injection may cause temporary changes to a woman’s menstrual cycle, according to a study published this week.

The study, published in the Obstetrics and Gynecology journal by the Oregon Health & Science University on Thursday, examined the menstruation data of nearly 4,000 people — vaccinated and unvaccinated — entered through an app called Natural Cycles.

Looking at six consecutive menstruation cycles, the researchers concluded that menstrual bleeding in vaccinated women was prolonged by less than a day, representing a “statistically significant” but not “clinically significant” change.

“After adjusting for confounders, we found that normally cycling individuals experienced small variations in cycle length regardless of vaccination status,” researchers said. 

“Statistically significant differences existed between vaccination status groups, but the change in cycle length was less than 1 day, which is below the reportable difference in the menstrual cycle tracking application and is not clinically significant,” the study added.

The results affirm a previous Norwegian study investigating 6,000 women aged 18-30 that found women who took the COVID-19 injection were likely to experience menstrual disorders, including heavy or prolonged bleeding, irregular intervals, or extra pain.

In the summer of 2021, women from around the world were reporting numerous injuries and disorders as a result of taking the COVID shot, resulting in Big Tech censoring their campaign to get the truth out about the vaccine’s health risks.

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