A study of adverse reactions to covid injections reported in international databases found that adverse neurological effects were reported after all types of covid injections, more adverse reactions were reported after the second dose compared to the first and women have the highest incidence of neurological complications post-vaccination.
Because the potential side effects of covid “vaccines” have been overlooked, two researchers from Iran set out to conduct a comprehensive review of reports in international databases from 2020 to 2022 reporting neurological side effects from the injections. The researchers scoured research, review and case report articles in Google Scholar, PubMed, and NCBI databases. Their findings were published in the European Journal of Medicine in February and included a remarkable 102 references.
“There are many reports of side effects after getting a covid-19 vaccine,” the researchers stated. “According to these reports, vaccination can have an adverse event, especially on the nervous system. The most important and common complications are cerebrovascular disorders including cerebral venous sinus thrombosis, transient ischemic attack, intracerebral haemorrhage, ischemic stroke, and demyelinating disorders including transverse myelitis, first manifestation of MS, and neuromyelitis optica. These effects are often acute and transient, but they can be severe and even fatal in a few cases.”
The authors highlighted that with previous vaccines, varying adverse effects have been identified, “for example, the link between influenza, hepatitis, and HPV vaccines with demyelinating syndromes has been discovered, and the injection of influenza vaccine is a reason for the incidence of narcolepsy in young people.” And so, “because covid-19 vaccines were urgently approved, meaning they did not complete the standard clinical trials, the adverse effects of each vaccine should be closely monitored.”
At the time of the study, approximately 68% of the world’s population had been fully vaccinated against covid with one or more of the four types of vaccines: nucleic acid-based vaccine (DNA–mRNA), viral vector (replication–non-replication), live inactivated (or attenuated) virus, and protein (spike protein or its subunits).
“According to data from the CDC, VAERS, and EMA databases, the short-term outcome of covid-19 vaccination is promising,” the authors noted, “but in the medium and long term, especially with some vaccines, side effects have been reported that are worrisome.”
Confirming what Dr. Michael Palmer recently highlighted, the study found that adverse reactions after the second dose are reported more than after the first dose.
The researchers noted that according to the VAERS database, covid vaccines have several local and systemic neurological complications that usually appear within one day to one month after the injection. “Women have the highest incidence of neurological complications because they induce a stronger immune response against foreign antigens, which can lead to the targeting of self-antigens and lead to autoimmune disorders,” the study said.
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