AP Addresses Possibility of Coronavirus Vaccines Messing with Women’s Periods and Fertility

The media is obsessive-compulsively shilling the “vaccine,” and part of that is a program to explain that all of the health questions are a hoax.

The Associated Press this week published an article about these vaccines possibly affecting women’s menstruation. This comes after widespread reports of period disruption. A school in Miami refused to let vaccinated teachers near the school’s kids, citing, among other concerns, the effects that being near vaccinated people is having on the periods of unvaccinated women.

It seems that enough women are concerned about this that the AP people thought it was worth addressing.

They’ve decided it might be real but it doesn’t matter.


Can COVID-19 vaccines affect my period?

It’s not known, but researchers are starting to study the issue.

Vaccines are designed to activate your immune system, and some experts have wondered if that could temporarily disrupt menstrual cycles.

So far, reports of irregular bleeding have been anecdotal. And it’s hard to draw any links to the vaccines since changes could be the result of other factors including stress, diet and exercise habits. There’s also a lack of data tracking changes to menstrual cycles after vaccines in general.

If scientists do eventually find a link between the vaccine and short-term changes in bleeding, experts say that would be no reason to avoid getting vaccinated. “The benefits of taking the vaccine certainly way outweigh putting up with one heavy period, if indeed they’re related,” said Dr. Mary Jane Minkin, a gynecologist and a professor at the Yale University School of Medicine.

There’s no evidence that any vaccines, including COVID-19 vaccines, affect fertility, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists.

There’s no evidence that they affect fertility. That’s true.

There’s also no evidence that they don’t affect fertility.

No one has any idea what these vaccines do, because they haven’t been tested.

Frankly, any effect on the reproductive system implies that there is a potential to affect fertility.

Presumably, part of why they are rushing this so hard right now is because in a year or so, huge numbers of women are going to come out and explain that they are trying to get pregnant and can’t.

All kinds of other side effects are bound to show up, and they can’t hide all of them – at least not until censorship goes up a couple more notches.

It does beg the question: why is this vaccine so important to these people?

What exactly is going on?