Are flu shots causing women to have more miscarriages?

Monday, November 06, 2017 by

A soon-to-be-released study that experts have called “puzzling” has found an association between women who got back-to-back annual flu shots between 2010-2012 and higher incidences of miscarriage.

As reported by The Associated Press, health experts are said to be set to attribute the higher rate to other factors — older age and other risks of miscarriage women normally face — but thus far no one’s really been able to explain the apparent flu vaccine correlation.

But already, propagandists at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention are swinging into action, ‘reaching out’ to a physician’s organization, the American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, “to warn them the study is coming out and help them prepare for a potential wave of worry” from mothers expecting a child, the AP reported.

Not only that, as ABC News added, two peer-reviewed medical journals rejected the study before a third one, Vaccine, decided it was worth publishing. And while Dr. Gregory Poland, Vaccine’s editor-in-chief, said he personally doesn’t believe that vaccines are responsible for the miscarriages, he at least had the guts to allow the study to be published, deeming it well-designed and raising a question that should not be ignored.

ABC News noted further:

Flu and its complications kill thousands of Americans every year. The elderly, young children and pregnant women are especially at risk. When a new “swine flu” strain emerged in 2009, it killed 56 U.S. pregnant women that year, according to the CDC.

The authors of the study, which include two researchers from the CDC, said they saw a very noticeable difference when they examined data on women who had miscarried within a 28-day window after getting a flu shot that was also supposed to protect against swine flu — but only when the same women had received a flu shot from the previous year.

Researchers found 17 of 486 miscarriages involving women whose vaccinations followed that pattern, while only four of a comparable 485 pregnancies involved women who had been vaccinated the same way.

Of the higher group, researchers noted that it was comprised of more women who were already at higher risk for miscarriage. Researchers then attempted to make statistical adjustments to compensate for many of those factors.

As you may have expected, there are plenty of naysayers and people within the medical, scientific, and Big Pharma establishments who are discounting the new findings out of hand, because of course if the research can be duplicated, vaccines — and especially flu vaccines — would take another huge credibility hit. But that new research shouldn’t be long in coming: Some of the same scientists who worked on the current study have already begun follow-up research to see if their work can be duplicated and, thus, their preliminary findings substantiated. (Related: Flu shots during pregnancy lead to a 4,250 percent increase in fetal deaths.)

This is the second major hit to the vaccine industry in less than a week. As Natural News founder/editor Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, reported on Saturday, new proof demonstrates that flu shots “are the greatest medical fraud in the history of the world.”

He wrote:

My independent atomic elemental analysis of flu vaccines, published in the summer of 2014, proved that flu vaccines contain over 50 ppm mercury, an extremely toxic heavy metal linked to kidney failure, birth defects, spontaneous abortions and neurological damage. This finding has never been refuted by anyone. In fact, it was affirmed by vaccine proponents who insisted that it is perfectly safe to inject pregnant women, young children and senior citizens with mercury even though the flu vaccine insert itself readily admits there is no scientific evidence whatsoever to support the safety and efficacy of the vaccine in such groups.

Believe it or not, there are still millions of people, doctors, pharmacists and even journalists who do not yet realize there is a very high concentration of mercury in influenza vaccines given to pregnant women, children and senior citizens.

What’s more, Adams’ research underscores another fact that has direct relevance to the upcoming study involving flu vaccines and miscarriages: Packaging makes it clear that safety for flu shot vaccine administration in pregnant women has never been established.

We’ll be keeping an eye out for follow-up studies and research related to this potentially huge risk to pregnant women.

J.D. Heyes is a senior writer for and, as well as editor of The National Sentinel.

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