Doctors Criticize Fauci for Saying COVID-19 Vaccines Induce ‘Temporary’ Menstrual Irregularities

Doctors Criticize Fauci for Saying COVID-19 Vaccines Induce ‘Temporary’ Menstrual Irregularities
National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases Director Dr. Anthony Fauci testifies during a Senate Appropriations Subcommittee on Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies hearing on Capitol Hill in Washington on May 17, 2022. (Shawn Thew/Pool/AFP via Getty Images)
Enrico Trigoso

Dr. Anthony Fauci’s recent comments on menstrual irregularities have met with serious rebuttal from gynecologists, who say the COVID-19 vaccines shouldn’t have been administered without adequate safety testing, especially on pregnant women.

“The menstrual thing is something that seems to be quite transient and temporary,” Fauci told Fox News on July 25, when asked about the effect of the vaccines on menstrual cycles.

“We need to study it more.”

Fauci is director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases and has been a frontman for COVID vaccine information in the United States.

But Dr. Christiane Northrup, a former fellow in the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, disagrees with Fauci.

“Unfortunately, the menstrual problems we are seeing are far from transient and temporary,” she told The Epoch Times. “Many women have been bleeding daily or having heavy, irregular, painful periods for an entire year.

“And some of these are well past menopause. Something is way off here.”

Other experts also weighed in.

Dr. James Thorp, an extensively published, board-certified physician in obstetrics and gynecology, as well as maternal and fetal medicine, told The Epoch Times: “The significant and dramatic changes in menstrual patterns occurring after COVID-19 vaccines should not be marginalized. It is indicative of major adverse effects on women of reproductive age.

“The stakeholders claimed that the vaccine would remain at the injection site in the deltoid muscle. This was misinformation.

“The lipid nanoparticles (LNPs) are now known to be distributed throughout the entire body and to be concentrated in the ovaries, according to at least two studies.” A lipid nanoparticle is an extremely small particle, a fat-soluble membrane that is the cargo of the messenger RNA (mRNA).

Pfizer’s Internal Documents

Pfizer’s internal documents, obtained via a Freedom of Information Act request, show a 118-fold increase in the concentration of LNPs from the time of vaccine injection to 48 hours.

“The LNPs are known to include toxic substances including polyethylene glycol and pseudouridinated mRNA,” Thorp said. “The limited number of ovum in the ovaries (about 1 million) are exposed to potentially toxic substances and could potentially have catastrophic effects on human reproduction.”

“The stakeholders claimed that the pseudouridinated mRNA couldn’t be reverse transcribed into the human DNA. This was misinformation,” he added, referring to a Swedish study published in February, which concluded that Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine is able to enter human liver cells and is converted into DNA.

Thorp, who has been practicing obstetrics for more than 42 years, believes that the medical industrial complex had unequivocal evidence on the vaccine’s danger to pregnant women.

“This is proven not only by VAERS, but also by Pfizer’s own internal document, ’Pfizer 5.3.6 Postmarketing Experience,'” Thorp said. VAERS, the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System, is a program run by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Food and Drug Administration.

The data show that within the first 90 days of trials, 1,223 people died, others suffered severe adverse effects, and 45 percent (124 out of 270) of pregnant, vaccinated mothers suffered complications.

In a 2012 study, Thorp says, researchers found “a high local accumulation of nanoparticles, nanocapsules, and nanoemulsions in specific locations of the ovaries“ of the different mouse species and Wistar rats that were studied ”in vivo, in vitro, and by sophisticated microscopic imaging.” The LNPs were found in all the animals.

Michael Yeadon, a former vice president at Pfizer, believes that the pharmaceutical industry “definitely knew,” since 2012, that the lipid nanoparticles would accumulate in the ovaries of women who took products containing lipid nanoparticles.

“No one in the industry or in leading media could claim they didn’t know about these risks to successful pregnancy,” Yeadon told The Epoch Times in April.

Sidestepping Responsibility

Northrup fears there could be much more data related to reproductive damage that haven’t yet been discovered.

“The phrase ’this requires more study,' while downplaying the current evidence of harm, is a common way to discount the experience of thousands of women,” she said. “Unfortunately, academic doctors do this all the time as a way to sidestep responsibility for the untoward effects of their treatments.”

In a previous interview, Northrup told The Epoch Times: “The female menstrual cycle is considered a vital sign as important as blood pressure and body temperature when it comes to health assessment.

“Our initial findings of bleeding and decidual cast shedding in women who have been exposed to those who have had the experimental injection suggest that what we’ve seen so far is just the tip of the iceberg.” A decidual cast is “the sloughing off of the entire inside of the uterus all at once.”

“The reproductive effects of this shot could be far worse than we’ve been led to believe,” she said.

Research analyst Tiffany Parotto, founder and director of MyCycleStory, a survey that tracks women’s menstrual problems following COVID vaccination, told The Epoch Times in May that she was distressed about the censorship and deletion of a Facebook group of about 21,000 members in which women discussed their menstrual irregularities.

Parotto, Thorp, and Northup co-authored a peer-reviewed study on menstrual irregularities of vaccinated women, which was published in April.

Fauci’s office didn’t respond to a request for comment.

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