New research links Pfizer RSV shot for pregnant women to preterm births

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rsv-shot-linked-to-preterm-births(NaturalHealth365)  Much of today’s social division was sown when the powers that be decided it was in the public’s interest to receive an experimental shot during the COVID-19 pandemic.  Sadly, too many people succumbed to Big Government and Big Pharma brainwashing, yet a vocal minority stood firm in their defense of bodily autonomy.

A recent report indicates another divisive shot also created a social fissure, this time affecting pregnant women and their unborn children.  Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV) is said to be a common respiratory virus that can cause illness in infants and older adults.  Research has identified a legitimate link between the Pfizer RSV shot for pregnant women and preterm births.

Big Pharma’s RSV jabs are NOT really safe

Read through the study’s details, and you’ll find that the Pfizer RSV jab, named Abrysvo, has a statistically significant safety indicator for preterm births.  The initial safety analysis after Pfizer’s RSV jab was authorized revealed that the average length of time between receiving the jab and a preterm infant’s birth was three days.  Exactly 66% of reported preterm births occurred within a week or less.

This analysis, conducted by researchers at the University of Ottawa School of Epidemiology and Public Health, investigated a range of adverse events reported after the administration of the RSV shot.  These incidents were recorded in the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) from the fall of 2023 to the spring of 2024.

Out of the 77 reports submitted to the database, 55% were classified as serious.  The most common adverse event related to pregnancies was preterm birth.

Other adverse outcomes following the RSV vaccination included:

  • Preterm premature rupture of membranes
  • Hemorrhage during pregnancy
  • Cervical dilation
  • Cesarean section

Additional adverse effects unrelated to pregnancy included pain or erythema at the injection site and headaches.

RSV jabs have always been plagued by problems

The history of RSV shots spans over half a century, dating back to the 1970s.  Even then, scientists knew that RSV jabs could cause a range of health issues, including preterm births and RSV infections in offspring, with potentially even more severe outcomes that Big Pharma may have gone to great lengths to conceal.

The most alarming aspect of the current RSV vax controversy is that Pfizer’s internal clinical trial data showed high rates of preterm births among women who received the shot.  Despite this, the corporation proceeded to release the vax to the public.  The FDA granted limited approval for the shot to be administered to women who were eight months pregnant under the pretext of reducing RSV risk.

The solution?  Put on your “thinking cap”

Remember when teachers in elementary school encouraged us to put on our “thinking caps” and think as hard as we could?  That advice is still valuable today.  Here are some tips to support a healthy pregnancy by thinking critically:

  • Research thoroughly:  Before taking any medication or shot, especially during pregnancy, thoroughly research its safety and potential side effects.  Look for reputable sources and studies.
  • Question authority: Don’t blindly follow advice from the government or pharmaceutical companies.  Question their motives and the evidence behind their recommendations.
  • Consult multiple sources:  Get opinions from multiple healthcare professionals.  Seek second or third opinions if necessary to ensure you have a well-rounded understanding.
  • Prioritize natural health:  Focus on maintaining a healthy lifestyle through diet, exercise, and stress management.  Natural methods can often be safer and more effective.
  • Stay informed:  Keep up with the latest research and developments regarding pregnancy health.  Being well-informed can help you make better decisions for you and your baby.
  • Engage with the community:  Share your findings and concerns with others.  Building a community of informed individuals can provide support and additional insights.
  • Critical thinking:  Always apply critical thinking to healthcare advice.  Analyze the information, consider potential biases, and make the best decisions for your circumstances.

By taking these steps, you can maximize the chances of a healthy pregnancy and your baby’s well-being.

Sources for this article include:

Medrxiv.org
Childrenshealthdefense.org


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