Dr. Naomi Wolf has been gathering tons of anecdotal evidence from women who experienced menstrual abnormalities immediately after getting vaccinated against COVID. The vax fanatics attack Wolf as a conspiracy theorist and a misinformation spreader for sharing the stories of these women. They never address the central question around this, which is: Is she right or is she wrong?
A new study from Sweden should put that question to rest once and for all. A large percentage—nearly half—of post-menopausal women are suffering from severe bleeding during their periods. The problem is so bad in some cases that women are being hospitalized just from having their periods.
The Swedish researchers studied the effects on menstrual periods during the three months after receiving the first and second COVID shots and the first booster. They studied 3 million women, which is more than half of the women in Sweden.
This is a huge sample group for a study. They divided women into two groups for the study: those aged 12 to 44, and those 45 and up which they refer to as post-menopausal.
The more vaccines that women had, the more likely it was that they would experience extreme vaginal bleeding during their periods. And the problem persisted for three months after vaccination. They stopped tracking women after three months, probably because the huge safety signal spooked them.
Receiving the booster shot increased the risk of older women experiencing severe bleeding by anywhere from 25 to 45%. Some of the older women were hospitalized due to blood loss from their own periods. Younger women in the 12 to 44 age group were also at increased risk of heavy bleeding.
One serious question that the researchers did not look at is whether these women experiencing serious bleeding have endometrial cancer. Severe vaginal bleeding is linked to that type of cancer in about 9% of cases. But they didn’t check that, so we don’t know if the COVID shots are now causing a big spike in cases of cancer in the uterine lining.
Out of the 3 million women studied in Sweden, 2.58 million had received at least one shot, and 1.65 million received two shots and a booster. The researchers tried to come up with excuses for why so many more women are being diagnosed with severe menstrual disorders after being vaccinated. In their first go-around, they found that women in the 12 to 44 age group were at a 40% increased risk of excess bleeding. After making corrections and theories that could excuse the vaccine, they still found that 10% had an increased risk. That’s not statistically insignificant.
For older women, they corrected from a 45% increase to 28%. One thing to note is that the study only captured women whose excess bleeding was severe enough that they went to the hospital. If a woman’s increased bleeding was mild to moderate, she probably didn’t go to the doctor. That would line up with Dr. Naomi Wolf’s findings.
After reports of this study came out, one reader shared his wife’s experience with the COVID shots with Alex Berenson. She is an under-40 woman, and she experienced severe bleeding that peaked at 7 months after receiving the second shot. As the husband noted, “It was so bad, she was cold to the touch, slurring her words and couldn’t walk.”
It’s been almost two years since that incident, and the wife is still not fully recovered. She treats it with lots of iron intake (red meat and green leafy veggies). She also has to take work-from-home days during her period.
The Swedish researchers only looked at three months and then cut off the study. Most scientific research these days involves coming up with excuses to ignore what’s right in front of the scientists’ eyes, at least when it comes to research that could make the COVID vaccines look bad.
Doctors and scientists in many countries understand the rules by now: If they openly criticize the COVID vaccines, they could lose their license to practice medicine, or their research funding in the case of scientists.
If the vaccines are causing 40% of fully vaxed women to experience excess bleeding, almost to the point of bleeding to death in some cases, that translates to roughly 46 million American women. That’s not “statistically insignificant” by any measure.
You can read the Swedish study HERE.