Despite persisting concerns that COVID shots could damage a woman’s ovaries, placenta and her developing baby, the Alaska Dept. of Health and Social Services is disseminating information that strongly urges pregnant and lactating women to submit to the experimental shots.
On Aug. 2 the Alaska Dept. of Health and Social Services sent out an email alerting Alaskans to the fact that the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) has strongly recommended that all pregnant and lactating individuals, receive a COVID-19 vaccine.
The ACOG statement acknowledges that “information and recommendations will evolve as more data are collected about these vaccines and their use in specific populations.” It also notes that “data on the safety and effectiveness of the vaccine(s) continues to be collected during the EUA (emergency use authorization) period.”
ACOG subtly discourages women from even having a conversation about concerns they may have with the shot.
Despite the fact that pregnant and lactating women were not included in the initial clinical trials of COVID-19 vaccines, and long-term safety data is not yet available, the ACOG subtly discourages women from even having a conversation about concerns they may have with the shot.
“While a conversation with a clinician may be helpful, it is not a requirement prior to vaccination, as this may cause unnecessary barriers to access,” the ACOG asserts.
Without providing any evidence, the ACOG claims that all studies “linking COVID-19 vaccines to infertility are unfounded and have no scientific evidence supporting them. ACOG recommends vaccination for all eligible people who may consider future pregnancy.”
If medical providers come across women who are unwilling to take a COVID shot, they should document this hesitancy in the patient’s medical record and continue to offer the shot, the ACOG advises.
Dr. Yeadon warned that “reproductive toxicology has not been undertaken with any of these products, certainly not a full battery of tests that you would want.”
The ACOG’s strong endorsement of COVID shots for pregnant women stands in stark contrast with the recommendations of former Pfizer vice president, Dr. Michal Yeadon.
Participating in the Aug. 4, “Stop the Shot” conference, Dr. Yeadon warned of three reasons why women of childbearing years and younger should adamantly reject experimental COVID-19 shots.
Yeadon, who has degrees in biochemistry and toxicology and a Ph.D. in respiratory pharmacology, spent 32 years working in the pharmaceutical field. In 2011, he retired as the vice president and chief scientist for allergy and respiratory at Pfizer. He firmly believes women are not being given full information on the risks associated with COVID shots.
According to a report from LifeSiteNews, Yeadon said experimental medicines should never be administered to pregnant women – especially those who are in the critical, early stages of pregnancy “where if [sic] interfered with biochemicals or something else, can change the course of development of that child irreparably.”
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“Our government is urging pregnant women, and women of childbearing age, to get vaccinated,” he said. “And they’re telling them they’re safe. And that’s a lie because those studies have simply not been done.”
Yeadon warned that “reproductive toxicology has not been undertaken with any of these products, certainly not a full battery of tests that you would want.”
“So, here we are,” he added. “There’s been potentially hundreds of millions of women of child-bearing potential [injected] with products which are untested in terms of impacts on fertilization and development of the baby.”
Yeadon also highlighted studies that indicate the vaccine could impact a woman’s ovaries and her placenta. His recommendation is that women of childbearing potential or younger should not take COVID vaccines.