We’re Peer-Reviewed & Published
Our First of Three Peer-Reviewed Research Studies from the Data Collected with MyCycleStory has been published in the Gazette of Medical Sciences
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Clinical Trials Did not Study COVID-19 Vaccine Effects on Women’s Reproductive Systems and we are seeing major issues.
There have also been reports of reactions from women who have NOT received the COVID-19 Vaccine. We are studying both.
We’re an independent research group compiled of advocates, doctors, data scientists, researchers and organizations on a mission to learn more about what’s going on with Women’s Cycles.
With this information we will be able bring light to this issue and discover possible causation and potential solutions.
All we know right now is that we need more and better information.
Whether or not you’ve been vaccinated for COVID, if you’ve had menstrual irregularities, please help us by, donating signing up, sharing your story and participating in our research studies and sharing your cycle story.
On behalf of all of our daughters, mothers, sisters and friends, we thank you for participating.
Unprecedented Number of Women Experience Rare Gynecological Event
Read the original article here Over more than 100 years, fewer than 40 cases of decidual cast shedding — during which the uterus’ thick mucous lining is shed, intact — have been reported. But over a 7.5 month period in 2021, 292 women experienced it, raising questions about whether Covid-19 vaccines could be to blame.…
Decidual cast shedding – clinically known as membranous dysmenorrhea – is so rare that most people have never heard of it, including most health care workers. It describes a gynecological event…
Read the original article here ..during which the decidua, or the thick mucous membrane that lines the uterus, is shed in full, intact form…40 cases in 100 years, over 7.5 mths 2021, about 300 cases; VACCINE link??? I say yes! Dr. Paul Alexander May 14 7713 0.4 cases per year, now we have 300 in…
Women’s Menstrual Anomalies Lead to Massive Research Study
Read the original article here Background Spring of 2021 ignited a conversation on social media. Thousands of women were experiencing dramatic changes in their menstrual cycle and sharing those traumatic experiences. The conversation launched a myriad of profiles and Facebook groups where women shared personal stories of their strange irregularities. After a Facebook group containing…
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