Imperial College of London Researcher Suggests Investigation into COVID-19 Vaccine Impact on Menstrual Cycle

Recently, The BMJ published an opinion piece from Dr. Victoria Male, an esteemed faculty member from the Imperial College of London specializing in medicine, emphasizing metabolism, digestion, and reproduction. Dr. Male communicates to that journal’s influential readers that recently while the UK’s drug regulator—the Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency (MHRA)—listed side effects associated with the COVID-19 vaccines such as “sore arm, fever, fatigue, and myalgia” they presently exclude growing reports of “changes to periods and unexpected vaginal bleeding.” Importantly, Dr. Male introduces that general practitioners increasingly hear about complaints from post-jab patients about these menstrual-related side effects; the regulators in the UK are not yet responding. They should—given that over 30,000 of these incidents have been reported in the UK alone. Occurring directly after vaccination, Male did some digging into the UK’s “yellow card surveillance scheme for adverse drug reaction” as of September 2, 2021. While she emphasizes that these incidents are still rare (considering how many vaccines have been administered), she nonetheless believes it’s important t...

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