Faced with numerous reports of menstrual cycle disruptions following mRNA vaccination, health authorities have claimed that even if there is a rise in complaints, it’s only temporary discomfort. However, new data released by Ichilov show a drop in the number of live births, beginning exactly 9 months after the vaccine rollout began.

Faced with countless reports of menstrual cycle disruptions and unusual bleeding following mRNA vaccination, public health authorities in Israel and elsewhere have claimed these issues are only temporary discomforts or annoyances.
But is that so? Recent data revealed following a FOIA request to Ichilov hospital (aka Souraski medical center) in Israel reveals a drop in the number of live births that started nine months after vaccines were first rolled out. Combined with the high number of complaints about menstrual disruptions, this should be a glaring red light for health authorities considering the effects of the vaccination campaign on fertility.

The FOIA request was submitted by David Shuldeman [spelling?], a systems analyst, in early February 2022. The answers he received were disturbing, not only due to the drop in the number of births, but also because of a reversal of the previous trend.

In the first nine months of 2021 (January through September) there was a 10% rise in the number of live births in Ichilov hospital, compared to the average for the same period in 2019 and 2020.
In this period in 2019 and 2020 the average was 9,323 live births and in 2021 it was 10,282 live births.

However, nine months after the beginning of the vaccine rollout (which in Israel began in late January 2021 for fertility age women), the period between October 2021 and February 2022 saw a reversal of the trend. There was a 3% drop in the number of live births compared to the average for the same period in 2019 and 2020.
In Oct. 2021 through Feb. 2022, 5,129 live births took place, while that same period in the two years preceding vaccination averaged 5,284 live births.

This reversal in trend occurred exactly nine months after fertility age women began to be mass-vaccinated with the first-ever mRNA vaccines.

Expanding on this: if the data signal from Ichilov Hospital reflects an overall trend in Israel, where about 180,000 live births occur per year, a 3% drop would mean 2,200 fewer live births in just those five months. Furthermore, if the previous trend of rising births had taken place, there should have been thousands of additional live births.
It needs to be remembered though that the number of live births could be influenced by the number of abortions in early pregnancy. This data is not contained in the information held by Ichilov Hospital.

Source – https://rtmag.co.il/english/a-drop-in-number-of-live-births-starting-9-months-after-the-beginning-of-vaccine-rollout