Pregnant Women Should Not Get a COVID Vaccine



  • Women of childbearing age have virtually no risk of dying from COVID-19, their fatality risk being a mere 0.01%, so they are unlikely to reap any significant benefit from a COVID-19 vaccine, which does not prevent you from contracting and spreading SARS-CoV-2
  • As of April 1, 2021, VAERS had received 56,869 reports of adverse events following COVID-19 vaccination, including 110 reports of miscarriage or premature birth among pregnant women. In all, 379 pregnant women reported some sort of adverse event
  • Side effects hinting at reproductive side effects are being reported, such as heavier than normal menstrual flow, uterine bleeding or restarting their period for the first time in years
  • Doctors at Cleveland University Hospital system are seeing swollen lymph nodes — one sign of breast cancer — in the mammograms of women who have had a COVID vaccine, and typically on the side where the vaccine was given
  • A vaccination safety monitoring program led by the CDC called V-Safe currently has 2,000 pregnant patients enrolled, but fewer than 300 had completed their pregnancies by the end of March 2021, so safety data is still extremely limited

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