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A report on the BMJ (British Medical Journal) has said women all over the world are complaining about menstrual problems after taking all versions of the Covid vaccine.

The letter from a subject leader in Pharmacy from the University of Huddersfield said “Women are complaining of irregularities in their menstrual bleeding; some experiencing heavy menstrual bleeding (menorrhagia), some bleeding before their periods were due or bleeding frequently (metrorrhagia/polymenorrhea), whereas some are complaining of postmenopausal bleeding.”

Further investigation does suggest problems do exist here in the UK as we checked how many women had problems after using the AstraZenica vaccine and Pfizer:

menstrual disorder: (AZ) 178 – (Pfizer) 178

Menstruation irregular: (AZ) 205 – (Pfizer) 205

Menstruation delayed: (AZ) 321 – (Pfizer) 321

Menorrhagia: (AZ) 423 – (Pfizer) 423

Although the figures seem fairly low, what we have to do is add it all up and it comes to a high figure, we also noted 60 women had pregnancies aborted after the Pfizer vaccine, although again small just one woman loosing a child is one too many for us

We want only to inform our readers so they are aware of these possible side effects, and to take a while more so if you are pregnant to think over the small chance you could be part of the statistics.

Looking deeper at the list of side effects, no media anywhere we know has ever mentioned just how many they are in comparison with other vaccines or medicines, the list of which is likely to break all known records for side effects.

With that fact in mind and with some common sense these vaccines are nasty stuff if you fall unwell, many do not have any symptoms, having spoken to a lot of people over the months only a few have reported side effects, this then provides some reassurance all will be good for most people.