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Impact on Male Fertility is Confirmed. Two Doses Impairs Sperm Quality.
What will three or four doses or five doses do?
Menstrual irregularities have been identified to affect up to 66% of women post covid-19 vaccine. While menstrual health is known to be a sensitive barometer of overall health in women, I have found very few studies looking at pregnancy outcomes, and none looking at fertility / successful pregnancy rates in vaccinated women and post-natal development of their offspring. This retrospective study out of Israel claimed no adverse outcomes when looking at deliveries at a University Medical Center; successful deliveries cannot capture any changes in conception or events prior to live birth. This study also looking at live births reported no statistically significant adverse findings among newborn babies; with the same critique that they only looked retrospectively at live births. However, I have heard from local Philippines Doctors and see in our support groups many reports of pregnancy losses, still births, and post-natal deaths so would like to see more convincing data on reproductive safety.
Now there is a male fertility study, looking at impact of 2 doses of Pfizer and showing reduction in sperm concentration and motility count.
The authors claim recovery occurs by three months. They did not indicate if this was true for all participants, or whether it was an average recovery; meaning some participants could have been permanently impaired, could have been sterilized.
If this effect occurred after 2 doses, what happens after 1st booster, 2nd booster? Motility and concentration would have been further suppressed in affected men, and their recovery prospects are unknown. Further investigation is needed for sure!
There is biological plausibility for these vaccine products to affect fertility. Biodistribution studies show vaccine and spike proteins in ovaries and testes. Reproductive organs are high in ACE2 receptors to which spike proteins preferentially bind! Immune dysregulation, also observed post-vaccination, will also affect fertility.
2021 saw a large drop in birth rates in the Philippines in preliminary data, which could be affected by male and female factors. The 2021 data is still not completed (was only issued as of 28 Feb 22) and no useful birth rate (or death) data has yet been released for 2022; the Philippines Statistics Authority regular monthly updates on vital statistics have been neither regular nor monthly this year. [Why the delays PSA? Your data is pivotally important in the middle of a population wide experiment!]
While management of population growth is a government target, plummeting of births, particularly given the soaring death rates already seen only since the start of vaccine rollout, is destabilizing and will create many societal problems. Only 1.3 million babies were born in 2021 to offset 853,074 deaths, compared to 1.67 million babies born in 2019 and 620,414 deaths. That is a population loss of nearly 600,000 in 2021 (from excess deaths and fewer than typical babies.
If these Covid-19 vaccines are implicated in the plummeting births and soaring deaths observed in the Philippines (and worldwide), and there is no evidence that they are not (indeed, there is no other rational explanation) then these vaccines must be stopped immediately and thorough investigation commenced.