Covid-19 and Fertility: Why Are Fewer Babies Being Born?

Covid-19 and Fertility: Why Are Fewer Babies Being Born? By New Zealand Doctors.

Many countries have reported a dramatic fall in the numbers of babies being born in the first 3 to 4 months of 2022. …

Germany – … In 2022 there is an 11% drop from average of the last 6 years of births in January to April. …

Taiwan – births in April were 23% lower than April 2021.

United Kingdom – births in February were 10% lower than in February last year.

Hungary – different areas of Hungary have different vaccination rates. A comparison of birth rates from January to March 2022 between the 5 most vaccinated and 5 least vaccinated counties shows that the most vaccinated had a fall in births of 15.2% compared to a fall of only 4.7% in the counties with the lowest vaccination rates.

Vaccines clobber sperm:

Scientists in Israel looked at the effect of two doses of Pfizer vaccine on the sperm of men who are sperm donors. Now these sperm donors have to pass a lot of tests to be sure their sperm is top quality. Samples of sperm before and after their two doses of the Pfizer vaccine were compared.

Three months after their second dose sperm numbers were reduced by 15%, which means 1.2 million fewer sperm in each ml. And the sperm that were present were 22% less likely to move normally which means they are less likely to be able to fertilize an egg.

Sperm counts and movement mostly came back to normal by 6 months after the second vaccine dose. The problem is that most countries have now added a third and a fourth dose of vaccine between 3 to 6 months after the previous shot. We have no idea how this affects sperm numbers and quality.

Did Pfizer test the effect of their vaccine on sperm? The answer according to Dr Byram Bridle, a vaccine expert, is that they didn’t. Pfizer used rat studies to say there was no effect on fertility. But they only gave the vaccine to the female rats and not to the males who impregnated them.

And there’s another important finding from Pfizer’s rat studies. Weren’t we told the mRNA in the vaccine stays in the muscle of the arm and antibodies are made there and only they spread around the body? Well, it seems that is not the case. Pfizer’s rat studies showed that the mRNA in its special coating of lipid (fats) got into the blood stream and spreads almost everywhere in the rat’s body, including to the testicles and the ovaries.

Vaccines derail some eggs:

Soon after the COVID vaccinations were introduced women began to complain of a change in their periods and cycle length — the number of days from one period to the next. A change in cycle length could indicate that ovulation (release of an egg) did not occur that month. Initially experts dismissed these reports saying that there was no way by which the vaccines could affect periods. Some even said it was just a result of stress.

Eventually there were calls to investigate this further. So far two studies have been published. In July a web-based survey of women’s experiences reported that 42% had heavier bleeding after vaccination but did not report on whether cycle length was changed. A study from Israel found 37% of women reported a change in their periods and 23% specifically had changes in cycle length (shorter cycles or longer cycle or no periods) which had not resolved by 3 months in a third of cases. …

We still don’t have a lot of information about if and how many women stop producing an egg every month and how long this lasts for. And we need to work out why these changes happen.

Maybe miscarriages too?

Pfizer produced only one study of 42 rats to support their view that their COVID-19 vaccine was safe in pregnancy. Half got the vaccine and half didn’t. There are a few issues with the study design — for example the experiment ended before the rats gave birth. The other problem is that both the virus and the vaccine spike bind strongly to human cells but only weakly to rat cells. Rats don’t actually get COVID-19 disease when exposed to the virus. So what happens in rats is not a good example of what might happen in humans.

The Pfizer trial of the COVID-19 vaccine specifically said that pregnant women should not be part of the study. But accidentally 270 pregnant women were recruited and vaccinated. In documents held by the FDA … but only released in May 2022 Pfizer wrote that they did not know the outcome of 238 of the pregnancies but reported an outcome for the other 32. Only one ended in a normal delivery of a live baby. The rest had miscarriages (23), stillbirths (2), babies who died after delivery (4), or the outcome was still awaited (5). …

Since then there have been a number studies of miscarriage rates with COVID-19 vaccines. For example reports from Sweden and Switzerland studied about 1000 vaccinated women each and reported no difference in miscarriage rates compared to unvaccinated women. Another larger study from America found that women with miscarriages were not more likely to have been exposed to the vaccines. Other smaller studies with similar conclusions have been published.

Why use an experimental, poorly tested vaccine using a technology that had never worked before (mRNA), to control a coronavirus (no vaccine had ever worked for a corona virus), and dissuade people from early treatment with known safe drugs (such as ivermectin and HCQ)?

Is it just the dollars and stupidity, or is there more to it?

It’s now increasingly looking like the vaccines are causing serious harm up to death in at least one in a thousand people, not one in a million as initially promised. The vaccines are now at least as harmful as the current versions of covid (death rate: about one in a thousand). So just stop it, except for the particularly at-risk groups.

The world will eventually move to open borders, prevention using weight loss, vitamin D etc, and to early treatment using IVM, HCQ, etc. Why is it taking the bureaucracy so long to admit they got it so very wrong? What are they hiding?

hat-tip Phil