(PresidentialHill.com)- According to recent research from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, over half of the women who received the COVID-19 vaccination experienced increased menstrual bleeding.
The statistics are based on a study of over 35,000 completely immunized women, most of whom received a Pfizer vaccine followed by Moderna.
According to researchers who obtained money from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) for the study, “In this sample, 42% of individuals with regular menstrual cycles bled more profusely than usual, whereas 44% reported no change after being vaccinated.”
According to the study, respondents reported noticing changes in their period 1 to 7 days after vaccinations (dose 1: 31.4 percent; dose 2: 37.0 percent), 8 to 14 days after vaccinations (dose 1: 25.9 percent; dose 2: 23.6 percent), or more than 14 days after immunization (dose 1: 29.9 percent; dose 2: 26.8 percent), with the remaining respondents reporting that they were menstruating at the time of vaccination (dose 1: 12.7 percent; dose 2)
Overall, 14.3 percent of women reported a combination of lighter or no change in menstrual flow after receiving the COVID-19 vaccination, 43.6 percent said no change in flow, and 42.1% said feeling a heavier menstrual flow.
The journal Science Advances presented new research titled “Investigating Trends in Those who Experience Menstrual Bleeding Changes After SARS-CoV-2 Vaccination” was presented. According to independent research, the NIH-funded COVID-19 vaccinations may also extend women’s menstrual periods.
The adverse effects of the “vaccines,” which social media fact-checkers and mainstream media sources have disregarded as bogus, come after lobbying efforts on behalf of pharmaceutical behemoths Pfizer and Moderna reached record-high spending and staff hiring levels. The recently overturned national vaccination requirements, which district courts had later introduced, were probably brought about by extensive lobbying activities.
James C. Smith, the chairman and former CEO of the Thomson Reuters Foundation, is also a significant investor and a member of the board of directors for the pharmaceutical behemoth Pfizer, creating another potential conflict of interest.
The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign study has not yet been reported by Reuters as of the time of publishing.
Contrarily, the publication has published articles titled “Vaccines not connected to menstruation changes; COVID, flu vaccinations can go together” and “No relation identified between menstrual changes and COVID vaccines.”
The discovery comes after scientists found that Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccination caused a prolonged decline in sperm count and could harm heart health, particularly in young men, despite the concerns being mocked by mainstream media sources.