Government Data Reveals Miscarriages, Reproductive Issues Following COVID Vaccine

Data from the Canadian government and analyzed by Naomi Wolf and Amy Kelly of Daily Clout revealed there was an increase of reproductive disorders following COVID-19 vaccine distribution.

The report, titled, “Canadian Gov’t Database Reveals Catastrophic Reproductive Damage to Men and Women Post-mRNA Vaccine Rollout,” found that an increased number of patients sought medical help after the COVID inoculation.

“The categories of reproductive disorders that showed increased starting in 2021 ranges from male infertility (low- and no-sperm count) to pelvic inflammation to menstrual disorders and post-menopausal bleeding to missed and incomplete abortions, or what is commonly known as miscarriages,” the report by says.

Wolf and Kelly examined data between the years of 2015-2019, the pre-COVID-19 vaccine years, and 2021-2022, the years following the vaccines.

2020 was excluded from the data due to lockdowns.

Male infertility surged, from 24,608 cases between 2015-2019, to 32,696 cases between 2021-2022, according to the data.

Female menstruation disorders drastically rose, from 408,717 pre-COVID to 418,713 Post-COVID.

The number of women seeking medical attention for miscarriages, incomplete, and complete abortions also increased. The latter means the “products of conception have passed and the cervix is closed,” the report explains.

“It is past time for the Canadian medical and government establishment, along with mainstream medical professionals and legacy media, to stop gaslighting suffering patients,” the authors wrote. “It is time for them to explore the dramatic evidence of the relationship between COVID vaccination rollout and the reproductive damage that tens of if not thousands of patients suffered.”

A November report from Steadfast Nation found that miscarriage rates doubled since the introduction of COVID-19 vaccines.

Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) asked Dr. Kimberly Biss, an OB-GYN who has been involved with 8,000 pregnancies, how many pregnant women experienced miscarriages after receiving the COVID-19 vaccines.

The discussion occurred during Greene’s “Injuries Caused by COVID-19 Vaccines” hearing.

“How many of your patients or pregnant women that you know of experience miscarriages after taking the COVID-19 vaccines — or injections” Greene asked.

“I’ve never seen this before,” Biss responded, noting that patients inoculated in 2021 and 2022 are still having a “lingering effect.”

Biss added that while “it’s hard to determine” how many patients received the COVID-19 vaccine and subsequently suffered a miscarriage, she can say with certainty that “60% of [her] patients got vaccinated.”