Chelsea Dixon: 30-year-old British woman’s period stops for 11 months after first AstraZeneca injection, fired from job for not receiving second shotTheCOVIDBlog.com
January 17, 2022
Ms. Chelsea Dixon.DONCASTER
— A 30-year-old caregiver is the latest to report another horror story related to post-injection menstrual issues.
Ms. Chelsea Dixon received her first AstraZeneca viral vector DNA injection on February 13, according to Hull Live. She told reporter Susie Beever
that her period did not come when it was due shortly thereafter. Ms. Dixon grew even more worried when another month passed, and she still did not have a period.
She went to see a doctor after the second missed period. But they told her it was a normal side effect from the viral vector shot. Six months after the injection, in August, Ms. Dixon still hadn’t had a period. She went to a gynecologist that month. Ms. Dixon was, again, told that the “vaccine” is likely causing the issue, but that it was a normal side effect. The OB-GYN also refused to provide her a medical exemption from the second shot.
Ms. Dixon believed that receiving the first injection would be enough to satisfy her employer mandate. She works for an unnamed adult care home. But Ms. Dixon refused to receive the second injection by the November 29 deadline, and was terminated
. A few weeks ago, she finally had a period for the first time in nearly 11 months. But now she’s worried about her future.
“I feel really fobbed off,” she told Hull Live. Ms. Dixon said she wants to have kids in the future. But she conceded that the goal was already difficult because “she is gay.” Her female companion has received two injections herself. Ms. Dixon made clear that she is not “an anti-vaxxer.”
Endless stories of menstrual issues
It was mere “conspiracy theory” to say women are being sterilized by these injections just one year ago. And once again, the so-called conspiracy theorists were correct.
Some of the emails we receive about menstrual issues are absolutely horrifying. A 32-year-old woman from San Francisco, who wishes to remain anonymous, said she quit her job and left her boyfriend because her periods turned blue after her Moderna booster injection in December. The skin around her groin and vaginal area have also turned blue. She is so ashamed and disgusted that she doesn’t want to be around anyone. Her doctor told her that it was just anxiety. But it sounds like a condition called cyanosis
The public stories have long-established that these shots disrupt and destroy the female reproductive system. A woman named Ashley Auer reported an identical issue as Ms. Dixon – no period since May after a Pfizer injection. She’s 38.
Another woman said her period stopped for three months after her second Pfizer injection. And after it finally resumed, it’s “definitely different.”
Increased frequency and worse-than-normal menstrual pains are also being reported.
We’ve covered, many times, post-menopausal women are having periods years later, simply from being around vaxxed people.
Then there’s Ms. Tanya McEwen. She received her first Moderna injection on June 29. Not only did she bleed for three-straight weeks, but also suffered elevated heart rates, severe headaches and fainting. Her doctor’s advice was to get a different brand of injection for the second one. Thus she received a Pfizer mRNA injection on October 24.
This time the bleeding included “large clots of blood.” Doctors found a cyst, fibroids and polyps in her uterus. Now the only viable treatment is a hysterectomy. Ms. McEwen said she only got the second shot to save her job of 28 years.
But what about the men?
Women are far more likely than men to talk about their medical issues publicly, even something as sensitive and personal as menstrual cycles. There’s really no arguing the fact that women are being sterilized globally in The Great Reset. But we’ll likely never know what’s happening to men because no red-blooded man will discuss erectile dysfunction or any other sexual issues publicly.
Most of you remember when rapper/pop singer Nicki Minaj tweeted that a friend became impotent and his testicles swelled after receiving one of the injections.
Mainstream media attacked Minaj and “fact-checked” her claims to attempt burying the story, to no avail. It was a classic Streisand Effect
moment. We’ll never know how many men are suffering these types of issues because they’re not going to talk about it publicly. Further, mainstream media even attempted a propaganda campaign, telling men to take drugs to lower testosterone
to prevent COVID-19.
There are already patients demanding blood transfusions only from non-vaccinated donors
. Non-vaccinated sperm and ova will soon become extremely valuable due to supply and demand.
Stay vigilant and protect your friends and loved ones.
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