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Sport Doctor Says Half-Dozen Unvaccinated COVID Patients Have Had Miscarriage or Stillbirth

23:55  19 october  2021
23:55  19 october  2021 Source:   msn.com

Doctors grow frustrated over COVID-19 denial, misinformation

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Dr . Shelley Cole, MD, an OB-GYN and a member of America’s Frontline Doctors , says it’s concerning that a vaccine still in an experimental phase is being recommended to pregnant and lactating women and that science is no longer protecting them. Cole—while certified in OB-GYN, now focusing only on gynecology— has treated over 550 patients with COVID -19, and says she understands the fear pregnant women may have of contracting a severe illness from COVID -19. But she disagrees with the CDC, saying people have the option of being treated early with hydroxychloroquine instead of waiting

Google has declared war on the independent media and has begun blocking emails from NaturalNews from getting to our readers. We recommend GoodGopher.com as a free, uncensored email receiving service, or ProtonMail.com as a free, encrypted email send and receive service. Because vaccine injury reporting is often discouraged, VAERS only captures less than one percent of all adverse events observed after vaccination. This means that there could already be 3,400 or more cases of miscarriage or stillbirth .

U.S. health officials have recorded more than 125,000 COVID-19 cases and 161 deaths in pregnant women over the course of the pandemic, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

Kyndal Nipper, of Midland, Ga., who suffered a stillbirth after becoming ill with COVID-19 in her third trimester, holds an ultrasound image of the son she lost while standing outside her home on Friday, Oct. 15, 2021. Nipper, who was unvaccinated, is encouraging women to get vaccinated. © Kim Chandler/AP Photo Kyndal Nipper, of Midland, Ga., who suffered a stillbirth after becoming ill with COVID-19 in her third trimester, holds an ultrasound image of the son she lost while standing outside her home on Friday, Oct. 15, 2021. Nipper, who was unvaccinated, is encouraging women to get vaccinated.

Now, hospitals and doctors in places where the virus runs rampant are seeing an increase in severely ill pregnant women with the virus, the Associated Press reported.

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Dr. Cheree Melton, a family medicine physician specializing in obstetrics who teaches at the University of Alabama, said she and her colleagues have witnessed about a half-dozen unvaccinated pregnant women miscarry or suffer stillbirths as the Delta variant spreads.

"It's absolutely heartbreaking to tell a mom that she will never get to hold her living child," she said. "We have had to do that very often, more so than I remember doing over the last couple of years."

For more reporting from the Associated Press, see below.

Sometimes when she's feeding her infant daughter, Amanda Harrison is overcome with emotion and has to wipe away tears of gratitude. She is lucky to be here, holding her baby.

Doctor Says Half-Dozen Unvaccinated COVID Patients Have Had Miscarriage or Stillbirth

  Doctor Says Half-Dozen Unvaccinated COVID Patients Have Had Miscarriage or Stillbirth "It's absolutely heartbreaking to tell a mom that she will never get to hold her living child," said Dr. Cheree Melton, a family medicine physician.Now, hospitals and doctors in places where the virus runs rampant are seeing an increase in severely ill pregnant women with the virus, the Associated Press reported.

The first-ever postmortem study of a patient vaccinated against COVID -19 has revealed that viral RNA was found in every organ of the patient ’s body, meaning that the vaccine is either ineffective or the coronavirus actually spreads faster in vaccinated individuals. The scientific report out of Germany published by the International Journal of Infectious Diseases in June examined the autopsy of an 86-year-old man who had received a single dose of the SARS-CoV-2 vaccine but died 4 weeks later after becoming infected with the virus by a nearby patient at a hospital.

However, dozens of these vaccinated doctors are hospitalized with high fevers and are experiencing low oxygen-saturation levels. Some are being wheeled into the ICU. Fully vaccinated Indonesian healthcare workers are being hospitalized en masse. At the capitol of Jakarta, radiologist Dr . Prijo Sidipratomo reports there have been at least half a dozen doctors hospitalized with COVID -19 in the past month alone, despite being fully vaccinated. The healthcare workers are now concerned that the vaccinations are failing. “It is alarming for us because we cannot rely on vaccinations only,” said Dr

Harrison was 29 weeks pregnant and unvaccinated when she got sick with COVID-19 in August. Her symptoms were mild at first, but she suddenly felt like she couldn't breathe. Living in Phenix City, Alabama, she was intubated and flown to a hospital in Birmingham, where doctors delivered baby Lake two months early and put Harrison on life support.

Kyndal Nipper, who is from outside Columbus, Georgia, had only a brief bout with COVID-19 but a more tragic outcome. She was weeks away from giving birth in July when she lost her baby, a boy she and her husband planned to name Jack.

Now Harrison and Nipper are sharing their stories in an attempt to persuade pregnant women to get COVID-19 vaccinations to protect themselves and their babies. Their warnings come amid a sharp increase in the number of severely ill pregnant women that led to 22 pregnant women dying from COVID in August, a one-month record.

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Dr . Malone explains (at the 50 minute mark) that what the vaccine is doing, in addition to killing and injuring people’s health, which he does not emphasize, is evolving the virus, in a manner of speaking, training it to escape vaccines. Official reporting databases show extraordinary numbers of deaths and injuries associated with the Covid vaccine. The vast majority of new cases are associated with the fully vaccinated. The fully vaccinated spread the virus as easily as unvaccinated Covid patients according to the CDC and Dr . Fauci himself.

It had been noticed that milkmaids who caught cowpox, a relatively mild disease in humans, did not then get smallpox. It was Edward Jenner who wondered how, or why, this happened. In addition, we will also have very little information on such things as whether or not the vaccine actually reduces serious infections or death, as noted by Professor Haseltine in a recent article: “These [vaccine] protocols do not emphasize the most important ramifications of COVID -19 that people are most interested in preventing: overall infection, hospitalization, and death.”

With just 31 percent of pregnant women nationwide vaccinated, the CDC issued an urgent advisory on September 29 recommending that they get the shots. The agency cautioned that COVID-19 in pregnancy can cause preterm birth and other adverse outcomes, and that stillbirths have been reported.

"We made a commitment that we would do anything in our power to educate and advocate for our boy, because no other family should have to go through this," Kipper said of herself and her husband.

Harrison said she will "nicely argue to the bitter end" that pregnant women get vaccinated "because it could literally save your life."

Dr. Akila Subramaniam, an assistant professor in the maternal-fetal medicine division of the University of Alabama at Birmingham, said the hospital saw a marked rise in the number of critically ill pregnant women in July and August. She said a study there found that the Delta variant is associated with increased rates of severe disease in pregnant women and increased rates of preterm birth.

"Is it because the Delta variant is just more infectious or is it because Delta is more severe? I don't think we know the answer to that," Subramaniam said.

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When COVID-19 vaccines became available to pregnant women in their states this spring, Harrison, 36, and Nipper, 29, decided to wait. The shots didn't have final approval from the Food and Drug Administration and pregnant women weren't included in studies that led to emergency authorization, so initial guidance stopped short of fully recommending vaccination for them. Pfizer shots received formal approval in August.

The women live on opposite sides of the Alabama-Georgia line, an area that was hit hard by the Delta variant this summer.

While Harrison had to be put on life support, Nipper's symptoms were more subtle. When she was eight months pregnant, she lost her sense of smell and developed a fever. The symptoms went away quickly, but Jack didn't seem to be kicking as much as he had been. She tried drinking a caffeinated beverage: Nothing. She headed to the hospital in Columbus, Georgia, for fetal monitoring where medical staff delivered the news: Baby Jack was gone.

"He was supposed to come into the world in three weeks or less," Nipper said. "And for them to tell you there's no heartbeat and there is no movement..."

Nipper's doctor, Timothy Villegas, said testing showed the placenta itself was infected with the virus and displayed patterns of inflammation similar to the lungs of people who died of COVID-19.

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The infection likely caused the baby's death by affecting its ability to get oxygen and nutrients, Villegas said. The doctor said he has since learned of similar cases from other physicians.

"We're at that point where everybody is starting to raise some red flags," he said.

Melton said she encourages every unvaccinated pregnant woman she treats to get the shots, but that many haven't. She said rumors and misinformation have been a problem.

"I get everything from, 'Well, somebody told me that it may cause me to be infertile in the future' to 'It may harm my baby,'" she said.

Nipper said she wishes she had asked more questions about the vaccine.

"Looking back, I know I did everything that I could have possibly done to give him a healthy life," she said. "The only thing I didn't do, and I'll have to carry with me, is I didn't get the vaccine."

Now home from the hospital with a healthy baby, Harrison said she feels profound gratitude—tempered with survivor's guilt.

"I cry all the time. Just little things. Feeding her or hugging my 4-year-old. Just the thought of them having to go through life without me and that's a lot of people's reality right now," Harrison said. "It was very scary and it all could have been prevented if I had gotten a vaccination."

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Workers in these cities will get bereavement leave for pregnancy loss, including abortions .
Bereavement leave that covers miscarriages and stillbirths is rare. Even more uncommon is paid leave to recover from an abortion.The city's amended bereavement leave policy allows city employees to take up to three days of paid leave if they've had a miscarriage, stillbirth or any other type of pregnancy loss. The policy covers time off for people to recover from an abortion "irrespective of whether deemed medically necessary," according to the text.

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