New study finds 82% miscarriage rate among vaccinated pregnant women

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A recent study published by The New England Journal of Medicine called Preliminary Findings of mRNA Covid-19 Vaccine Safety in Pregnant Persons found an alarming 82% of pregnant women who received the COVID-19 vaccine either during their first 20 weeks of pregnancy or within 30 days of becoming pregnant lost their babies soon afterwards in miscarriages.

Unfortunately, most readers of this report will never find these results because they’re deceptively buried in the footnotes of Table 4 where it is revealed that the findings were based on a total of 827 participants who reported a completed pregnancy, but 700 of them did not receive the COVID jabs until they were in their third trimester. Since the third trimester begins in week 28 of pregnancy, it makes no sense to include those 700 participants in the sample of women who lost their child during the first 20 weeks of pregnancy. Yet, they were included along with the 127 who actually did receive the jabs during their first 20 weeks of pregnancy or within 30 days of becoming pregnant. Since 104 participants lost their baby in miscarriages, the report draws a bogus conclusion that only 12.6% miscarried (104/827), but the real number is 81.8% based 104 miscarriages out of 127 pregnancies (104/127).

So the authors of this report hid the dangers to support their false conclusion, “Preliminary findings did not show obvious safety signals among pregnant persons who received mRNA Covid-19 vaccines.”

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