One of the side effects of the COVID19 vaccines is increased menstrual irregularities, including excessive bleeding. More bleeding. Extra bleeding. Reports of miscarriages also rose, and maybe it makes sense that they are connected but what to do. How do we deal with all this extra bleeding caused by Pfizer’s vaccine?
I was watching television, and an ad came on for some new medicine. It is purported to help women suffering from increased or excessive menstrual bleeding. Myfembree is “a proven treatment to reduce heavy menstrual bleeding due to uterine fibroids in premenopausal women.”
I looked at my wife and announced as if I’d never mentioned it before that this seemed timely given that the COVID19 vaccines were said to have caused excessive bleeding in women. Wouldn’t it be interesting if this drug was manufactured by Pfizer?
A moment later, Pfizer’s logo shows up in the ad, and I was like – Who Called it!
The drug claims to reduce bleeding by half in 7 out of 10 women and by up to 84% by week twenty-four. Or maybe not. You may need to take it longer than that.
Heavy non-menstrual vaginal bleeding
longer or heavier menstrual periods
normal menstrual bleeding occurring earlier, possibly lasting longer than expected
unusually heavy or unexpected menstrual bleeding
vaginal bleeding or spotting
That sounds about right; the drug that might address the increased bleeding you may have experienced after The Jab could do nothing or make matters worse.
Less Common Side Effects
feeling sad or empty
hair loss, thinning of hair
lack of appetite
loss of interest or pleasure
And then there’s this awesome warning.
Estrogen and progestin combination products, including relugolix/estradiol/norethindrone acetate, increase the risk of thrombotic or thromboembolic disorders, including pulmonary embolism (PE), deep vein thrombosis (DVT), stroke and myocardial infarction (MI), especially in women at increased risk for these events.
If you didn’t suffer from pulmonary disorders from The Jab, here’s your chance to try again!
Pfizer to the rescue!
Sorry about the extra bleeding, but hey, we’ve got a drug for that too! So, they’re just like the Democrat party. Break something and then tell everyone you’ve got just the thing to fix it. More of them making matters worse.
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