Rabbis’ 2021 claim of seeing “no evidence of any kind of negative outcome for fertility” from Covid vaccines was misleading because New England Journal of Medicine found 82% miscarriage rate
Pregnancies weren’t yet fully assessed because jabs launched less than eight months earlier; FDA says male fertility has still not been evaluated (Updated 9/24/22)
In the August 2021 video below of rabbis demanding people take leaky Covid spike protein vaccines having no publicly known, long-term safety data, one rabbi misleadingly states, “We see no evidence for any kind of negative outcome for fertility,” although (a) no full-term pregnancies begun after vaccine launch in December 2020 had yet been completed; (b) no pregnant women were included in the vaccine trials; and (c) effects on male fertility, cancer, and genotoxicity are still not known today, according to the FDA-approved label for Pfizer’s vaccine.
The video was released less than eight months after Covid vaccines launched, despite there being no long-term study results and when, according to the CDC, it was not publicly known whether the vaccines were safe in pregnant or breastfeeding women or people with autoimmune or immunodeficiency diseases.
Do rabbis’ demands for forced masking and vaccine mandates relate to their “predictions” Americans and Europeans will be depopulated and must be “destroyed” through various means? (See, e.g., videos here and here.)
NEJM finds 82% miscarriage rate before 20 weeks of pregnancy
Much is unknown, or at least publicly undisclosed, about long-term effects of Covid vaccines on reproduction and potentially heritable genetic disorders.
A June 2021 study in the New England Journal of Medicine found an 82% miscarriage rate (104 spontaneous abortions in 127 women) by the 20th week of pregnancy in women vaccinated in the first two trimesters (i.e., before the 27th week).
James Hill, MD @jhillmd@stephanieseneff The rate is higher than 82% in the first two trimesters if there are more spontaneous abortions (SABs) between weeks 20 and 27, end of the second trimester. Study says 104 SABs in the first 20 weeks out of 127 women who received vaccines in the 1st or 2nd trimesters.
For Pfizer’s vaccine, the only one approved — though not yet distributed — in the US, the FDA says:
There is “insufficient [available data] to inform vaccine-associated risks in pregnancy”;
The vaccine “has not been evaluated for the potential to cause carcinogenicity, genotoxicity, or impairment of male fertility”; and
There is insufficient available data “to assess the effects … on the breastfed infant or on milk production or excretion.”