Several physicians like Dr. Christiane Northrup are concerned that there may be a lot more information about reproductive damage which has yet to be revealed. This comes off the back of a major peer-reviewed study revealing that menstrual irregularities and uterus shedding cases have spiked after the COVID vaccine rollout.
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The first of three peer-reviewed research papers on women who experienced menstrual abnormalities or a decidual cast around the time COVID vaccines were introduced starts to shed some light on the traditionally uncommon gynecological abnormality’s unexpected rise.
When the internal lining of the uterus (endometrium) is shed intact, the whole lining is shed in one piece, this is known as a decidual cast.
“What a decidual cast is is the sloughing off of the entire inside of the uterus all at once, generally preceded by several days of intense cramping as the uterus contracts. So what is passed is a ‘cast’ of the inside of the uterus,” said Dr. Christiane Northrup, a co-author of the study.
Only 40 cases of decidual cast shedding (DCS) have been recorded in the medical journals in the last 109 years. According to the study, the incident was so unusual that there are just case studies and no population prevalence data.
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Participants in the MyCycleStory.com poll recorded 292 incidents in the last 7.5 months of 2021, out of a total of 6,049 women who responded to the survey.
Dr. James Thorp, one of the study’s authors, is a widely published 68-year-old doctor who has been practicing obstetrics for over 42 years and is board-certified in obstetrics and gynecology, as well as maternal-fetal medicine.
“The most common causes of DCS in pre-pandemic years include spontaneous miscarriage, ectopic pregnancy, and prolonged progesterone therapy. We speculate that one potential mechanism could include the hypercoagulable state and change in the blood consistency that has been well documented by many embalmers including Mr. Richard Hirschman. Thus, the large, durable post-mortem clots that the embalmers first noticed last year can be viewed in this context as ‘arterial casts’ and ‘venous casts’ and they do have a strikingly similar appearance to that of decidual casts, excluding the shape,” Thorp said.
“Extreme menstrual irregularities such as DCS should not be ignored as there are potentially important implications with regard to the lipid nanoparticles that are known to concentrate in the ovaries and also syncytial antibodies that could result in miscarriage (spontaneous abortions),” he added.
Thorp earlier told The Epoch Times that since the COVID vaccine was extensively distributed, he has seen “many, many, many complications in pregnant women, in moms and in fetuses, in children, offspring.”
“Fetal death, miscarriage, death of the fetus inside the mom,” Thorp added. “What I’ve seen in the last two years is unprecedented.”
Although Thorp has observed an uptick in fetal death and adverse pregnancy outcomes associated to the COVID-19 vaccine, efforts to quantify this effect have been hindered by the imposition of gag orders on physicians and nurses in September 2021, as discussed in the publication “Patient Betrayal: The Corruption of Healthcare, Informed Consent and the Physician-Patient Relationship” (read below).
The report, titled “COVID-19 and the surge in Decidual Cast Shedding” (pdf), includes distressing photographs of DCS victims.
It reads: “A decidual cast may occur when the cessation of progesterone levels results in loss of support for the decidualized endometrial lining. This results in a synchronized detachment of the entire decidualized layer of endometrium, and it passes from the uterus through the cervix and vagina. This tissue mass/clot is often triangular, consistent with the internal shape of the intrauterine cavity. Other less common causes of DCS include cessation of exogenous estrogen/ progesterone therapies, and use of oral contraceptives and injectable progesterone.”
Tiffany Parotto, the study’s primary investigator and the founder of MyCycleStory, is especially upset about the suppression and removal of a Facebook group with over 21,000 users where women were discussing their menstrual irregularities.
“The real problem I’m seeing here is that it’s 2022 and somehow still acceptable for the voices of women to be completely erased as if they don’t matter,” Parotto said.
“The fact of the matter is, tens of thousands of women are experiencing traumatic bleeding and major issues. Women know what is normal for us and what is not. We know our bodies more than any doctor or social media site to know when something isn’t right. What right does big tech have to tell us our stories are not worth sharing? How are we supposed to get to the root of what the cause could be if we are left feeling like we are the only ones experiencing them? I’m disgusted at the idea that our experiences are being suppressed and undermined as if suddenly ‘listen to women’ only means sometimes. So we knew we had to do the work ourselves and created the study. We had to give these women their voices back and let them know that we refuse to allow them to be silenced and we will do what needs to be done to demand attention on this issue,” Parotto added.
Northrup, MD, a former fellow of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, is concerned that there may be a lot more information about reproductive damage which has yet to be revealed.
“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. The reproductive effects of this shot could be far worse than we’ve been led to believe,” Northrup said.
The authors point out that this first study has several limitations.
“First, it is an observational study of patient questionnaires and certainly subject to sample bias. Second, the decidual casts were not confirmed by pathological analysis but self-reported. Third, the pre- and post- pandemic prevalence of DCS cannot be accurately determined at the time of this writing,” they state.
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