The National Institutes of Health are finally getting around to looking into the thousands of anecdotal reports of possible pseudo-vax effects on menstrual cycles.
NIH orders $1.67M study on how COVID-19 vaccine impacts menstrual cycle
“Our goal is to provide menstruating people with information, mainly as to what to expect, because I think that was the biggest issue: Nobody expected it to affect the menstrual system, because the information wasn’t being collected in the early vaccine studies,” said NICHD director Diana Bianchi in a statement to the Lily — reportedly crediting their early coverage for helping to make the NIH aware.
BS. Recall the list of potential adverse effects the FDA planned to watch for, prior to the pseudo-vax roll-out.
FDA Safety Surveillance of COVID-19 Vaccines: DRAFT Working list of possible adverse event outcomes ***Subject to change***
-Preganacy and birth outcomes
I don’t know if there’s anything to this or not. But someone should have been formally checking it out months ago.
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