Adverse Effects of COVID Vaccine Impacts Thousands of Women in Spain


By Hannah Claire Brimelow

More than 17,000 women in Spain reported being adversely affected by the COVID-19 vaccination in May.

Over 24,500 people who received the COVID-19 vaccination in Spain have reported suffering adverse events as of May 30. The majority of them – 17,408 – are women ages 18 to 64. Additionally, 4,117 men of the same age group were similarly affected. The study also indicated men and women over the age of 65  experienced adverse events following their vaccinations less frequently than younger people. Which vaccinations the impacted people received was not disclosed.

“A total of 26,227,825 doses of coronavirus vaccines had been administered in Spain” as of May 30, noted Statista in the report.

During May, Spain was set to receive “30 million doses of the Pfizer-BioNTech medication, 18 million doses of the Moderna, seven million of the Oxford-AstraZeneca and 17 million doses of the Janssen,” reported El País.

America’s Center for Disease Control and Prevention uses the term ‘adverse events’ to refer to health problems that occurs after vaccination.

A CDC report published May 14, 2021 on the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine found three-quarters of recipients involved experiences systemic reactions to vaccine. This included “fatigue, headache and new or worsened muscle pain.” Additionally, “the frequency of systemic adverse events was higher in the younger than the older age” groups and “frequency and severity of systemic adverse events was higher after dose 2 than dose “ regardless of age.

Adverse events can include more dangerous patient experiences. This includes lymphadenopathy “in the arm and neck region” that lasted on average for 10 days. Recipients of the Pfizer vaccine also reported “appendicitis,” “acute myocardial infarction,” and “cerebrovascular accident.”

Swollen lymph nodes caused by the vaccination have interfered with accurate breast cancer screenings. Medical professionals recommend women over the age of 40 with an average risk of breast cancer get a mammogram every year. The swelling causes the diagnostic imaging, which was delayed for many women during lockdown, to result in false-positives across the country. Women have been advised to wait four-weeks after getting their second shots to go in for these early detection cancer screenings.

Another CDC study that monitored the first few months of vaccinations found that “over 79% of side effects were reported by women though just about 60% of the doses were administered to women.” Women were found be far more likely to experience anaphylactic shock and skin reactions than male vaccine recipients. The possible a negative correlation between estrogen and adverse COVID-19 shot reactions is not clear.

Dr. Vivek Cherian, an internal-medicine physician in Baltimore told Business Insider that vaccine side effects are even more pronounced for pre-menopausal women than post-menopausal women.

Across the globe, women reported disrupted menstrual cycles after being vaccinated. This includes 13,000 women in the United Kingdom who reported changes their cycles to the Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency.

The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, the American Society for Reproductive Medicine, and the Society for Maternal-Fetal Medicine all deny that the vaccine damages female fertility. Instead, doctors attribute the women’s experiences to an inflammatory response caused by the injections.

“That inflammation, has a potential or potentially can modulate estrogen response, which could be the link between certain women having heavy periods after the vaccine,” said Dr. Akshat Jain, a hematologist at Loma Linda University School of Medicine, to ABC7 News.

However, other physicians noted that vaccine makers did not collect data about menstrual cycles during randomized trials. This oversight means accurate information regarding the vaccine’s impact on women’s periods cannot be provided to the public.

“There’s a long history of us not doing a great job at studying women in research studies because of some of this complexity,” said UCSF OBGYN, Dr. Heather Huddleston. She specializes in reproductive endocrinology. “The train sort of left the station on that because we are now recommending the vaccine for everybody. So it will be very hard for us to generate a control group to answer this question.”

According to the Daily Mail, “women aged 18 to 34 having emerged as the group most likely to refuse the jab, with many citing fertility as their main concern — according to a survey of 55,000 Britons by market researchers Find Out Now in December 2020.”

Government and health organizations continue to recommend women take the vaccine despite their concerns and questions.

The Heritage Foundation pointed out that CDC data “show that Americans, regardless of age group, are far more likely to die of something other than COVID-19.” Over 93% of COVID-19 deaths in America are occurred in those over the age of 55.

“Since 11 March 2021, several European countries (including Denmark, France, Italy, Latvia, Norway, Spain, Sweden and The Netherlands) temporarily suspended the use of the Oxford–AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine amid reports of blood clot events and the death of a vaccinated person,” a study from Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute states.

This week, the American federal government flagged the Johnson & Johnson vaccine after reports of a rare pattern of Guillain-Barré syndrome was identified in several recipients.  The condition, which impacts the nervous system, required hospitalization in most cases.

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17 responses to “Adverse Effects of COVID Vaccine Impacts Thousands of Women in Spain”

  1. Whatbroke says:

    I’m sorry, what? Did you just say that the ABU was introduced in 2018? AFI 36-2903 mandated wear of the ABUs in 2007 as a replacement for the BDU. The phase in of OCPs and phase out of ABUs began Oct 2019. April 2021 was when 2903 was updated to mandate wear of the OCP only. ABUs are no longer authorized for wear except in the Civil Air Patrol.

    But that’s completely off topic. My original point is that the thumbnail may insinuate that the USAF administered the vaccine shots to the women in Spain when they had nothing to do with it.

  2. Menscorpusnexu says:

    Ivermectin is cheap as hell too. My girlfriend sells it for horses in her feed store. The formula for horses is only different than humans because it comes as a paste instead of a pill. Studies show effective dosage is .2mg per kilogram. You can get a tube of the horse paste with about 100 doses for a 70kg individual for about 6.99.

  3. jrobin says:

    Im pretty sure, the Implant in the hand is just a bandaid that matches the skin. What is the ABU and SNCO?

  4. Wolv256 says:

    Those women were that hairy before the vaccine! You can’t blame science for everything.

  5. ASH1992 says:

    I’m wondering what’s is that mark on the hand

  6. Mariusz says:

    So… 0.1% population had problems with it? That’s not high in my book. Depends on what those “adverse effects” were.

  7. BuckeyeBolt says:

    That’s definitely a stock photo. I’m more concerned with what the hell is that implant under the skin on that hand?

    As far as the ABU. It was introduced in 2018 but phased in. The wear-out date was April 2021. So, it was probably floating around in some units until then. The phase-in drives SNCOs insane.

  8. tflan24 says:

    Don’t be an ass

  9. IAmSpartacus says:

    Damn Hannah. Maybe just proofread your article, like, once, before publishing it. Good info, but it’s hard to read when there are middle school level mistakes throughout. I have faith in you

  10. DCMoore84 says:

    There are 1000 men and 1000 women. If the government sterilizes 900 men it will not stop population growth. If the government sterilizes 900 women, the population growth is crippled for generations. There is a reason why the government changed the definition of “herd immunity” from 50% increased up to 70-80% only for the virus that they are pushing this “vaccine” for.

  11. Hangca42 says:

    It made me lol…Lighten up

  12. glade44 says:

    Not saying anything weird is going on but alex jones has been saying these vaccines will start causing cancer…

  13. Cat_R_Pillar says:

    Why are you even here? Who pays someone just to make fun of them? Get lost!

  14. Whatbroke says:

    I have and will continue to support Tim and his team. I’m 100% fine with this article and agree with it’s message.

    That being said, I am really confused as to why the thumbnail is of a USAF Airman in ABUs (which were retired from wear in April) giving a shot to an Airman in a sand tee. Was it the Air Force that gave these shots to the women in Spain? Or is this just a random image used out of context.

  15. Beve says:

    Got 4 ima get the shot

  16. The mrna technology may be great in the fullness of time but it was pushed out too fast and too broadly. The alternative approaches and already available treatments like ivremectin should have been used and the ‘vaccines’ kept on the normal R&D and approval track.

  17. MontyLalado says:

    This shit is poison and almost certainly doesn’t do what they say it does, take it at your own risk, their is an alterior motive here

    Ask your doctor about that you bald fuck