Pregnant women and Covid vaccinations

The review of the data of a recent study published in the New England Journal of Medicine reveals that when pregnant women are given covid vaccinations during their first or second trimesters, they suffer an 82% spontaneous abortion rate.

Although the authors of the study did not reveal that fact in their conclusions, Table 4 exposes that 4 out of 5 unborn babies are lost. Table 4 shows that a total of 827 pregnant women were included in the study. Out of the 827 women, 700 of them received their first vaccine in their third trimester of pregnancy. This means 127 women (which is 827 – 700) received a vaccine during their first or second trimesters. The authors of the study claim the spontaneous abortion rate is only 12.6%. Why this difference? The authors of the study used as denominator 827 vaccinated women in their “spontaneous abortions” calculation. That is wrong because they should have used a denominator of 127, which is the number of women receiving vaccines during their first or second trimesters.

(Read the fine print below the table to see this disclosure.)

More studies are needed to evaluate the risk and benefit to implement experimental therapies in pregnant women and it is necessary that women comprehend maternally, pregnancy, and infant outcomes, for informed consent.

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