The Norwegian Medicines Agency has so far processed 1,264 reports of menstrual disorders after corona vaccination, and 99 of them have been classified as serious.
“Throughout the spring, there were some reports from time to time. But in June, there were a lot of reports,” chief physician Sigurd Hortemo in the Norwegian Medicines Agency told TV 2.
This is the first time that the FHI and the Norwegian Medicines Agency have received reports that a vaccine can cause disorders in the menstruation of Norwegian women.
“The women who reported these are not the ones who bled one extra day. Some had to receive treatment to stop the bleeding, and others have been bleeding for weeks,” FHI doctor Lill Trogstad said.
The FHI will now follow up 60,000 women between the ages of eleven and 80 to map the bleeding patterns and get reliable answers as to whether the menstrual disorders are due to the vaccine or not.
“We can not rule out that there is a connection between the menstrual disorders and the vaccine. We take these reports seriously and go to great lengths to study any connections,” Trogstad said.
The FHI doctor understands that many people are afraid but emphasizes that FHI does not currently have any evidence that the disturbances are dangerous or lead to permanent changes.
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