Women’s Periods May Be Late After Coronavirus Vaccination

Women’s Periods May Be Late After Coronavirus Vaccination. By Roni Rabin.

Shortly after coronavirus vaccines were rolled out about a year ago, women started reporting erratic menstrual cycles after receiving the shots.

Some said their periods were late. Others reported heavier bleeding than usual or painful bleeding. Some postmenopausal women who hadn’t had a period in years even said they had menstruated again.

A study published on Thursday found that women’s menstrual cycles did indeed change following vaccination against the coronavirus. The authors reported that women who were inoculated had slightly longer menstrual cycles after receiving the vaccine than those who were not vaccinated.

Their periods themselves, which came almost a day later on average, were not prolonged, however, and the effect was transient, with cycle lengths bouncing back to normal within one or two months.

The study was in a mainstream journal, by researchers at public US universities, and this article was in the NYT, so this news is under the control of the bureaucratic ruling class all the way. So, the reality won’t be any better than reported here, it can only be worse.

Naturally it was given the move-along-nothing-to-see treatment, but it confirms that the anecdotes are in the right direction.

It’s only your fertility, but you must take this vaccine that wasn’t properly tested.


mRNA material concentrates in ovaries, if you’re a mouse