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Miscarriages After COVID Vaccs

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  1. SGO

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    link: 3 Dozen Cases of Spontaneous Miscarriages, Stillbirths Occurring After COVID-19 Vaccination

    3 Dozen Cases of Spontaneous Miscarriages, Stillbirths Occurring After COVID-19 Vaccination
    BY MEILING LEE

    March 1, 2021 Updated: March 1, 2021
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    Thirty-four cases of pregnant women experiencing spontaneous miscarriages or stillbirths after receiving a COVID-19 vaccine have been submitted to the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS).

    VAERS is a passive reporting system that allows people to submit a report of an adverse event after vaccination and is run by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Research funded by the CDC has shown that fewer than 1 percent of reactions from vaccinations are being reported on VAERS.

    Reports made to VAERS do not necessarily mean that a vaccine may have caused the event or reaction. Miscarriages are labeled as spontaneous abortions or abortions in the reporting system.

    Many cases of spontaneous miscarriages occurred in the first trimester, or the first 12 weeks of the pregnancy, with 25 occurrences after being immunized with a Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine. While the four cases of stillborns occurred in either the second (weeks 13-27) or third trimester (weeks 28-40).
     
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    I may have missed something, but the number of miscarriages appears to be statistically insignificant. Or in other words, the vaccine to not cause more miscarriages. The number not found is what percentage of women who were in the first trimester were vaccinated with Pfizer, suffered miscarriages? Is this a valid concern, or fear-mongering?
     
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    Be happy it was not one of yours.

    That is when statistics do not matter.
     
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    Interesting, though the question is it statistically meaningful so as to be proven to be the vaccine.
    One of the concerns was the vaccine would generate HCG antibodies, so antibodies to pregnancy, meaning no babies would live. If that happens to these women they will not be able to carry a baby to full term.
     
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    In Britain pregnant women are not offered the vaccine. That goes for a lot of medication.
     
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    I thought that was supposed to be the case here as well.
     
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    not anymore.
     
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    A miscarriage is sad and tragic, profoundly affecting those who lose their babies.

    None of the miscarriages that have occurred in my family were caused by the Covid vaccine. I do not know that the Covid vaccine is responsible for any. Certainly no sound evidence was provided to support that contention in the OP.
     
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    Thirty-four cases of pregnant women experiencing spontaneous miscarriages or stillbirths after receiving a COVID-19 vaccine have been submitted to the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS).

    first sentence from the article

    nine out of ten doctors who smoke, smoke Camels - Bing video
     
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    Hmmmm. Here you have to sign a waiver.
     
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    Right, but of how many pregnant women in their first trimester who received that version of the vaccine? Thirty-four cases out of 3400 would be 1%, and if the number is 34,000, and the number of naturally occurring miscarriages is higher, then what would be the conclusion?

    Data out of context is like scripture out of context, meaningless.
     
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    I am not a doctor nor do I smoke Camels.

    I just put the article in because there is much reporting that is not in the MSM about the vaccines.

    You don't believe me about the lack of reporting in the MSM?

    We all put, perhaps dubious, articles in the forum about all kinds of topics.

    Excuse me for including you in that remark.

    I am sure you would have not done so without the minutest checking of sources.


    And how many of your family members have been pregnant during this viral disturbance AND taken the vaccine?

    "None of the miscarriages that have occurred in my family were caused by the Covid vaccine."

    That goes for me also for the miscarriages in my family happened before this episode.
     
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    In the US, unlike other countries, we gave a waiver to Big Pharma. They will NOT pay for ANY side effects or deaths caused by their vaccines. Every possible outcome is on you, financially & otherwise. If a new strain of the virus comes out, & the previous vaccine makes it worse? Too bad. You would now have to go through the Health & Human Services, who are already sponsoring the vaccines. How far will that get you? You lose. That’s like trying to get Congress to vote themselves term limits. Not likely.

    People seem to be softening on taking the vac’s, due to wanting their lives back. It will probably come to force, I imagine. I read this today, & wanted to share. Worth your time:

    Vaccine Maker Called Out for 'Abusive' Vaccine Deals
     
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    Hasn't anyone reading this thread heard of possible sanctions against those refusing to get a COVID vaccine?
     
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    There are people and organizations plotting all sorts of ways to gain power, but God is in control, and history shows us the pattern of what happens to plotters. I believe there will be people hurt in the short-term, but then as always, the evil will implode, doing the most damage to the evil-doers themselves.

    There may be people plotting sanctions for unimmunized people, but I think it is more likely things will be too disorganized to carry it out. Abuse is work and requires an efficient delivery of punishment. The thing I am most struck by lately is the inability for people to carry out their evil plans, and I have had the chance to watch some victims actually benefit by the things put in place that were meant to harm them.

    I got really scared when I first heard about the proposals for the privatized cities modeled on the old Coal-town models. In Nevada desert, a technology firm aims to be a government

    But then my relative laughed and said that we at least have time. Before this could carry over to established cities being sold off, first these models have to succeed, and he can't stop laughing about what will happen to the first private cities. He figures it will be like Jamestown, cannibalism and all.

    God is in control. Now is the time to keep things real simple and to just watch and be ready to move when Daddy says move. Our father is bigger and smarter than these adolescent bullies that are bullying the little kids and think they are so big and smart.

    Just because people are plotting doesn't mean they are capable of carrying out their plans.
     
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    Here is an article about a mother who died from taking the vaccine.

    39-Year-Old Mother Dies After 2nd Dose of Moderna Vaccine: Family

    39-Year-Old Mother Dies After 2nd Dose of Moderna Vaccine: Family
    BY SAMUEL ALLEGRI

    March 11, 2021 Updated: March 11, 2021
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    A 39-year-old healthy single mother from Utah died four days after taking a second dose of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine on Feb. 1.

    According to local news channel KUTV, her family said that Kassidi Kurill, who was a surgical technician for plastic surgeons, “had more energy” than most people around her and was a happy person with no known health problems.

    “I didn’t really cry when my dad died. I cry a lot for her,” her father, Alfred Hawley, a former fighter pilot in the Air Force, told the outlet. “She was the one who promised to take care of me.”

    “She was seemingly healthy as a horse,” Hawley told Fox News. “She had no known underlying conditions.”

    Hawley said that Kurill started to have symptoms after receiving the shot, experiencing soreness at the shot location, then beginning to feel ill and complaining that she couldn’t urinate despite drinking plenty of fluids. She improved slightly the next day, but then her condition worsened; she said she had headaches, felt nauseated, and still couldn’t urinate.

    On the morning of Feb. 4, Hawley woke up to his daughter’s plea for help.

    “[She] said her heart was racing and she felt like she needed to get to the emergency room,” he told KUTV.

    He took her to the emergency room, where she got blood tests. Hawley said she became less coherent and began to throw up.

    In the evening, they transported her to a trauma center.

    “They did a blood test and immediately came back and said she was very, very sick, and her liver wasn’t functioning,” Hawley said.

    The doctors attempted to stabilize her for a transplant, but her condition worsened to the point where she could no longer talk by the morning of the next day.

    “They were trying to get her to a point where she was stable enough for a liver transplant. And they just could not get her stable,” he said. “She got worse and worse throughout the day. And at nine o’clock, she passed.”

    Kurill’s family is still waiting for an autopsy to determine the cause of death.

    They set up a GoFundMe page titled “Kassidi Kurill and Emilia Memorial Fund,” in her and her 9-year-old daughter’s honor.

    KUTV led an investigation into COVID-19 vaccine side effects and found four deaths were reported by families and caregivers.

    The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) told The Epoch Times in an email that as of March 8, more than 92 million doses of mRNA vaccines for COVID-19 had been administered, with 1,637 deaths occurring following the injections.

    The CDC states on its website, “To date, VAERS has not detected patterns in cause of death that would indicate a safety problem with COVID-19 vaccines.”

    The Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) was put in place in 1990 to capture unforeseen reactions from vaccines.

    Moderna didn’t respond to a request for comment by press time.

    Celia Farber contributed to this report.
     
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    Read a ‘retort’ story about this where they said the autopsy was not back yet, so, you know, probably undiagnosed problem. It went on to say that ONLY 1700 deaths in the US after receiving the vacc, with millions vaccinated. So you can die from a car accident, heart attack, etc. but if your body tested pos for covid, it was a covid death. Deaths after the vacc? Mostly underlying conditions. No problem. How many of the 1700 that did die, would take it again? 0.
     
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    The question is: is it the shot that caused the miscarriage?

    How often does a miscarriage happen?
    Miscarriage Statistics
     
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