Significant birth rate drop in most heavily Covid-vaccinated European countries

The following is an excerpt from The Vaccine Reaction.

A team of European researchers have determined that birth rates in 19 European countries declined sharply toward the end of 2021 following peak Covid-19 vaccine uptake earlier that year in the spring.

The research, compiled in August 2022, found that decreased birth rate patterns persisted all of the countries represented in the data, including Germany, Austria, Switzerland, France, Belgium, Netherlands, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Latvia, Lithuania, Sweden, Portugal, Spain, Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Slovenia, Iceland, Northern Ireland, Montenegro and Serbia.

Switzerland experienced an especially extreme drop in birth rates that exceeded that of both World Wars, The Great Depression and the commencement of oral contraceptives.1

Covid Vaccine Effects on Reproductive Health Still Uncertain

The long-term effects of the Covid vaccines on reproductive health are still largely unknown.

Public health professionals stated in 2021 that doctors were still learning how the vaccine affected reproductive health and that there was “no denying that evidence is very limited,” also citing that reproductive concerns were a leading concern among people who were hesitant to get vaccinated for Covid.

Studies showing vaccine safety in pregnant women surfaced years after widespread Covid vaccination began.

An October 2022 systematic review and meta-analysis published in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) stated that “Covid-19 vaccination during pregnancy was not associated with increased risks of peripartum adverse outcomes, including preterm birth, small size for gestational age, low Apgar score at five minutes, cesarean delivery, postpartum hemorrhage, and chorioamnionitis.”

The same report, however, also stated that “pooled evidence from large studies regarding neonatal and maternal outcomes of Covid-19 vaccination during pregnancy is scarce.”

Pfizer did include pregnant women in their limited mRNA Covid vaccine clinical trials and safety monitoring before the FDA granted the company an Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) to distribute the vaccine in the U.S., including to pregnant women.

However, of the pregnant women involved in a small study, 270 reported a vaccine injury. Pfizer only followed 32 of the women, and of those cases, 28 unborn babies died.

Pregnant women were not included in the phase 3 trials of messenger RNA (mRNA) Covid shots that were approved in the United States and the European Union. 

Despite a lack of safety studies to prove the safety of the mRNA Covid shots for pregnant women or those trying to conceive, doctors and public health officials continue to reassure the public that these pharmaceutical products are indeed safe, including for those women.

To date, the manufacturer’s insert for FDA-approved Covid shots explicitly states  that it has not been tested for the potential to impair male fertility. In one-third of couples experiencing infertility challenges, the problem is with the man, according to the U.S. National Institutes of Health (NIH).

Updated statistics on infertility in America, namely following widespread Covid vaccination, are unavailable.

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