Covid19 vaccines harm the fertility of women in vaccinating countries.
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Dr. Hervé Seligmann examined the fertility in countries that have massively vaccinated against Corona compared to those that have not, the conclusion is that women's fertility of countries decreases the more women are vaccinated in these countries.
Examination of the data confirms the study by Shimabukuro et al (2021) which showed that 80 percent of pregnancies ended in miscarriages in the first three months of pregnancy, following the vaccine.
In the first graph you can see a decrease in fertility as the countries vaccinate more, with 3 countries that are clear outliers, Israel, Mongolia and Seychelles.
In the second graph, the data are corrected according to the wealth of the countries (poorer countries have higher fertility), after the correction Seychelles and Mongolia return to the norm and only Israel continues to enjoy relatively high fertility despite the high percentage of vaccinated women.
Note that the percentage of vaccinated men does not affect fertility since 9 months have not yet passed since the start of the immunization campaign, and men only affect fertility upon becoming pregnancy.
Although Dr. Hervé Seligmann does not explain the reason for the abnormality in Israel, the abnormality in Israel can be explained by the fact that Israel is Pfizer's laboratory state and that it must have been given a high percentage of placebo recipients to test the vaccine results against them as a control group.
In the third graph, Dr. Seligmann compares the fertility data of 2019 with 2021, from the graph you can see the declining trend in fertility the more women get vaccinated. At the same time it can be seen that on average in 2021 fertility was higher than in 2019, it can be explain by COVID-19 lockdown and/or other social reasons related to the situation.
In conclusion, Dr. Seligman estimates that fertility damage should soon appear to be even more severe due to the effect of vaccines on men and pregnancy.
So far, Dr. Hervé Seligmann's research.
It should be noted that the births do not guarantee the health of the babies born to vaccinated parents and the reports of genetic defects reported in various places that have not been investigated have yet been ignored.
It should also be noted that at this stage it is not possible to draw conclusions about the harm to male fertility and that we will have to wait 9 months since the vaccination campaign began in different countries, but already at this stage we can refer to the many warnings of experts who warned of sterilization &/Or genetic damage to their future offspring.
Effects of vaccination on fertility will likely increase as effects on preconception periods, men included, will become more common, beyond effects of vaccination during pregnancy.
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