03/24/2023 / By Kevin Hughes
Dr. Sherri Tenpenny and her guest Dr. Kimberly Biss discussed the huge drop in fertility rates and the exorbitant rise in miscarriages during the March 20 episode of “The Tenpenny Report TV” on Brighteon.TV.
In late 2021, Biss noticed that the number of newly pregnant patients calling for an appointment had decreased by about 50 percent. She also noticed that miscarriage rates had gone up during that same period. In particular, Biss observed a a 15 percent increase in abnormal pap smears and a large increase in cervical cancer in young women.
Ob-gyn doctors like Biss take care of two patients – the mother and the child inside her. Thus, they always have categories of drugs that they prescribe to their pregnant patients.
According to the ob-gyn specialist, the majority of medicines they prescribe belong to categories A, B and C. Category D medications are only used if the benefits outweighs the risk based on animal trials, while Category X medications are never prescribed due to their risks.
Based on these classifications, she said the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) mRNA vaccines definitely fall under Category X and should not have been recommended for pregnant women in the first place. Biss said the mRNA injections are going to be in the same category as diethylstilbestrol (DES) and thalidomide – two drugs used in the past in obstetrics that didn’t fare well for patients.
Biss noted that when the COVID-19 vaccine is injected into the deltoid muscle of a person’s arm, it is brought into the lymphatic system. In spite of claims that the lipid nanoparticles (LNPs) in the mRNA shot stay in the arm, they actually don’t as they spread throughout the whole body. The LNPs even go to the ovaries and testes, affecting fertility and reproduction.
She mentioned a June 2021 article published in the New England Journal of Medicine that stated the miscarriage rate in vaccinated pregnant women was 13 percent. According to the ob-gyn, this was not calculated correctly and the actual rate was 80 percent. Responses to Freedom of Information Act requests lodged by DailyClout CEO Naomi Wolf also revealed close to 80 percent miscarriage rate. (Related: Mass abortion: 75% of women vaccinated in their first trimester have lost their babies.)
To further illustrate the example, Biss cited numbers from her own practice.
In 2021, the miscarriage rate was at eight percent. This increased to 15 percent in 2022, and the miscarriage rate in December of that year alone was at 25 percent.
“We had 13 losses out of 41 newly pregnant patients. So far this year, it’s about 15 percent for both January and February,” she told Tenpenny.
Aside from miscarriages, Biss also observed an increase in hypertensive disorders in pregnancy like preeclampsia or gestational hypertension since the COVID-19 vaccines were rolled out. These disorders typically occur during the third trimester of pregnancy.
“Those have been occurring at more increased frequency than what I had seen prior to 2021. We’re also seeing an increase in oligohydramnios, which is low amniotic fluid around the baby. And both the hypertensive issues and the oligohydramnios are causing us to admit our patients earlier than their due date and induce their labor.”
The ob-gyn also mentioned an increase in postpartum hemorrhages and the higher risk of breast cancer, both of which she described as “concerning.”
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