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Thousands Of Women Report Period Problems Potentially Tied To COVID Jabs
The UK's vaccine watchdog is "closely monitoring" claims that 4K+ women have suffered period problems after receiving the COVID-19 jab. While side effects like sore arms, lethargy, soreness and muscle aches are included in warnings about potential drawbacks of receiving the vaccine, there are no warnings about period-related complications. Nowhere are period irregularities listed as a potential side effect of vaccination, so British regulators are trying to determine whether there is actually a link between the complaints and the vaccines. Official data obtained by The UK's Sunday Times show that the Medicines & Healthcare products Regulatory Agency - better known as MHRA received 2,734 reports of period problems linked to the AstraZeneca vaccine, 1,158 related to the Pfizer jab, and another 66 linked to the Moderna vaccine as of May 17. Complaints focused on "heavier than usual" bleeding, and it's possible that this could have affected many more women who didn't think to report their issues. The majority of issues were reported by women aged between 30 and 49. ; So far, at least, MHRA says that there's no evidence that it should add period complications to the list of side effects. That is, the "current evidence" don't suggest an "increased risk of period problems following the jab, the regulator said. But others are calling for more data to be collected. For example, Dr. Sue Ward, vice-president of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, said "anecdotally some women seem to be reporting heavier periods after receiving the Covid-19 vaccine and we would support more data collection in this area to understand why this might be the case. If you do notice any bleeding that is unusual for you, we would recommend you contact your doctor." Complaints haven't only been seen in the UK. In the US, some women have taken to Reddit to share their experiences. Victoria Male, a reproductive immunologist at Imperial College London, said more women were likely to have been affected than the number of case reports. "It’s definitely true that not everyone will be reporting any menstrual changes they have noticed to Yellow Card [the MHRA’s scheme for people to report suspected side effects] simply because not everyone knows that it exists and that they can file a report." Although a clear link between the COVID jab and menstrual disorders hasn't been established, "lots of people have contacted me to tell me about changes that they have noticed in their periods following vaccination," Male said. "The kinds of things they are telling me about, mostly periods that are heavier or later than usual, are very similar to the reports we are seeing in Yellow Card." Angharad Planells,a 34-year-old from Cheltenham, said her period had been 11 days late following her second dose of the AstraZeneca vaccine. "My whole life I’ve been pretty regular and I track my period on an app. It was super late," she said. "When it did start, it was one of — if not the — most painful periods I’ve ever had, to the point where I felt a bit nauseous." Planells, who reported the suspected adverse reaction to the MHRA, added: "I would still have the vaccine again. I have had family members die from COVID. It’s just the lack of information out there."
More Aussies Have Died From AstraZeneca-Related Clots Than From COVID
Australia’s top medical officer on Monday urged countrymen who have received an AstraZeneca COVID shot to “not delay” getting the second dose – even though the vaccine has been linked to more deaths than COVID in Australia this year. Chief Medical Officer Paul Kelly, after a National Cabinet meeting, reiterated the benefits of vaccination and encouraged Australians to stay vigilant for symptoms of COVID-19. He told Australia’s ABC network that the benefits of the AstraZeneca vaccine in combating COVID-19 “far outweighed” the risks of developing a very rare blood clotting syndrome. Two women in Australia have died from the blood clots. The only COVID fatality this year was an 80-year-old traveler who died in April after being infected overseas and diagnosed in hotel quarantine. Last week authorities recommended that the AstraZeneca vaccine be given only to people 60 or over; people 50-59 were encouraged to get the Pfizer vaccine instead.
Australia’s Medicine Regulator has never seen Pfizer Covid Vaccine study data despite deeming it saf
Australia’s Medicine Regulator has never seen Pfizer Covid Vaccine study data despite deeming it safe for Australians A freedom of information request made to Australia’s drug regulator has revealed they have never seen the extremely limited study data for the Pfizer / BioNTech vaccine despite giving it emergency approval and deeming it safe to be injected into the arms of Australians. The freedom of information request (FOI) request was made by a doctor who is a part of the ‘Doctors for Covid Ethics’ group, who were recently censored on Twitter for quoting a Daily Expose article in which we confirmed two WHO whistle-blowers had given testimony to Dr Reiner Fuellmich of the Investigative Corona Committee. The doctor wrote to the TGA (Therapeutic Good Administration), Australia’s version of the UK’s MHRA, in February 2021 asking three simple questions – 1 – Did the TGA request the raw data from Pfizer 2 – Did any of the committees approving the vaccine look at the raw data and/or discuss it 3 – What were the “studies” referred to in the approval document relating to teratogenicity (risk of harm to a foetus) The reason for the request was due to concern over the validity and verifiability of Pfizer’s data given its legal history, a concern also shared by Peter Doshi in the BMJ in February, as well as the proven concerns over fraudulent data relating to Covid-19 as seen in the “Lancetgate” scandal of June 2020. The TGA originally attempted to surpress the FOI request by requesting a 6-month extension in view of the amount of work required to respond satisfactorily. The doctor complained to the Office of the Information Commissioner who instructed the TGA to respond by the 26th May, however they still failed to meet that deadline. Eventually the TGA responded producing a heavily redacted single study showing that the only investigation into the effects on the foetus was performed on 44 rats with no long-term data on the offspring. Their response also confirmed that they had never seen or requested the patient data from Pfizer and simply accept Pfizer’s report of their study as fact, despite their proven history of fraudulent claims. This means that when the head of the TGA John Skerritt said that “the safety evidence is pretty thorough” on the 6th February (here) he was lying to Australians who would have assumed, that the TGA had actually looked at the patient data themselves. The full FOI request and responses from TGA can be viewed here.
Andrews government in 'secret negotiations' for permanent pandemic laws
Andrews government in 'secret negotiations' for permanent pandemic laws 16/06/2021|5min Managing Director of Reignite Democracy Australia Monica Smit says for the "last year and a half" the Andrews government has been working with parliamentary crossbenchers to "make the votes" to introduce permanent pandemic laws into Victoria. The remarks come amid reports from the Nine Papers the Andrews government is in "secret" negotiations with three crossbenchers to create "permanent pandemic laws". "It's shocking it's been happening for the last year and a half," she told Sky News host Alan Jones. "Those three crossbenchers are basically deciding everything and it makes the other members of parliament, who are very good by the way, must feel quite helpless to not have a vote. "The Andrews government isn't even talking to these other members of parliament just the three that makes the votes." Mr Jones said the trade-off the crossbenchers wanted was for police to "record the racial appearance of people they stop or fine" for breaching health directives.
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Whistleblower – Funeral Directors Speak Out! The Only Ones Dying Are From the Vaccine! – Must Video
Funeral Homes are saying the only ones dying are those taking the vaccine. Funeral Directors around the world are now speaking out and are confirming what everyone has known except those still asleep. Directors are reporting that hospitals are virtually empty and that no one is dying of covid.
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Best supplements for lowering blood pressure
High blood pressure is a common issue. A person can reduce their blood pressure by following a healthful diet, exercising, and avoiding smoking. Can taking dietary supplements, including vitamins, minerals, or herbs, also help? According to the American Heart Association (AHA), nearly half of all adults in the United States have high blood pressure, also called hypertension. Having hypertension increases a person’s risk of heart failure, heart attacks, and strokes.
Leading a healthful lifestyle can reduce blood pressure. This includesTrusted Source eating a healthful, low-salt diet, getting regular exercise, maintaining a healthy weight, not smoking, and limiting the intake of alcohol. For some people, doctors also recommend medication that lowers blood pressure. According to some sources, natural treatments and dietary supplements can help reduce hypertension. Do these supplements work, and are they safe? In this article, we investigate the research into supplements for lowering blood pressure, exploring their effectiveness, risks, and alternatives. Do supplements work? Some evidence suggests that certain supplements could help lower blood pressure. However, most of the relevant studies have been of low quality or included small sample sizes.
Doctors do not routinely recommend supplements for hypertension. According to the AHA, “There are no special pills, vitamins, or drinks that can substitute for prescription medications and lifestyle modifications.” The AHA recommend talking to a doctor before taking any supplement to lower blood pressure because supplements may not work as advertised, and some can raise blood pressure.
The following sections look at the evidence behind some common supplements that people take to reduce high blood pressure. Potassium Potassium is a mineral that plays a key role in regulating blood pressure. When too much salt, or sodium, in food increases a person’s blood pressure, potassium clears the sodium from the body.
Sodium causes high blood pressure because it stops the kidneys from removing water from the body efficiently. Carrying excess water leads to a hike in blood pressure.
Potassium helps reduce blood pressure in two ways: by causing the body to get rid of more sodium in the urine by relaxing the walls of blood vessels Authors of a 2017 review of studies report that potassium supplements could help decrease both systolic and diastolic blood pressure. The effect was strongest in people who had high-sodium diets, people who had a low intake of potassium before the study, and people who were not taking blood pressure medication.
However, potassium supplements can be harmful for people with kidney disorders. As with any supplement, it is a good idea to consult a doctor before trying a potassium supplement. The AHA do recommend eating high-potassium foods to help manage blood pressure. These include: dried apricots spinach tomatoes avocados mushrooms prunes or prune juice fat-free or low-fat yogurt or milk Magnesium Magnesium is another mineral that plays an important role in regulating blood pressure. It supports many processes in the body, including muscle and nerve function, the immune system, and protein synthesis. Authors of a 2016 review conclude, after having analyzed the results of 34 trials, that magnesium supplements can reduce blood pressure. They say that taking 300 milligrams (mg) of magnesium per day for 1 month may increase magnesium levels enough to lower high blood pressure. The recommended dietary allowance of magnesium for adults is 310–420 mgTrusted Source.
According to the Office of Dietary Supplements (ODS)Trusted Source, a diet rich in magnesium may also reduce the risk of stroke, heart disease, and type 2 diabetes.
Foods rich in magnesium include: almonds spinach cashews peanuts black beans avocados potatoes brown rice fat-free or low-fat yogurt Dietary fiber Dietary fiber is important for keeping the heart and gut healthy. Eating enough dietary fiber can help lower: cholesterol levels blood pressure the risk of cardiovascular disease A 2018 reviewTrusted Source reports that some dietary fiber supplements may lower both diastolic and systolic blood pressure. A 2005 reviewTrusted Source suggests that supplementing the diet with about 12 grams of fiber per day could help reduce blood pressure by a small amount. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recommend consuming 25 grams of fiber per day and note that most people in the U.S. do not eat this amount. Adding plenty of healthful high-fiber foods to the diet can help, and fiber supplements can be a good alternative. Folic acid High blood pressure can be particularly harmful during pregnancy, when doctors call it gestational hypertension. If a woman does not receive treatment for this issue, it can lead to complications such as preeclampsia, stroke, preterm delivery, and low birth weight. A 2018 study found that taking supplements containing folic acid lessened the risk of gestational hypertension and preeclampsia. Folic acid is a B vitamin, and getting enough of this vitamin during pregnancy can help prevent birth abnormalities. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)Trusted Source recommend that women who may become pregnant take 400 micrograms of folic acid per day. Many prenatal vitamins contain folic acid, which is also available as a standalone supplement.
In people who are not pregnant, researchers have yet to determine whether folic acid has any effect on high blood pressure. Coenzyme Q10 Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10) is a natural substance that occurs in the body and plays an important role in cell chemistry. It helps the cells produce energy. Some scientists believe that this supplement can reduce blood pressure by acting as an antioxidant and preventing fatty deposits from forming in the arteries. However, according to the ODSTrusted Source, “The small amount of evidence currently available suggests that CoQ10 probably doesn’t have a meaningful effect on blood pressure.” Also, the organization notes, research into the benefits for heart disease has been inconclusive.
A 2016 Cochrane reviewTrusted Source found that taking CoQ10 supplements did not significantly affect blood pressure, compared with placebo. The researchers conclude that definitively determining the effects will require further well-conducted studies.