Considering her age group and likely good health, it's probably even less than 0.01%. She probably technically put herself in MORE risk just driving to and from the vaccine appointment.Proceeds to take an experimental vaccine while pregnant so she might not part of the 0.04% of deaths from COVID. Ok, lady
What's crazy is that I saw somewhere that the vaccine only gives 2 months of immunity lol so basically you can never get pregnant if you want to get the vaccines. It's better to just get covid and build up the immunity yourself. What ever happened to herd immunity?!
Either a stillbirth, serious birth defects, or she didn't actually get vaccinated and they are using this as a psyopMy condolences for her pending miscarriage. I work in healthcare and I can say that 90% of everyone else who works in it is completely brainwashed about covid and will parrot the party lines all day long so this is unsurprising.
Tell me about it. Some single male nurse I used to work with wrote some long post on fb about getting the vaccine. I just wanted to write my own long post against it, but it isn't worth my time. I'm not going to wake these people up. As long as no one tries to force me to get vaccinated I'm fine. I'm a nurse too, so I understand all the science, but I don't prescribe to science as a religion.All the SCIENCE! people on my fb feed are posting about it.
I'm not feeling great about this. Next year is going to be an uphill battle. I can deal with food shortages. I can deal with unemployment. Having my mother-in-law scream/cry that it's people like me extending her pain is going to be the worst.
I know *so many* women in my age bracket with reproductive issues. Stuff like uterine cysts, fibroids blocking fallopian tubes, ectopic pregnancies, God knows what else. I can think of a good handful who can't get pregnant at all, despite trying.
I was on an endocrine disruptor kick a few years ago and think a lot of that is contributing, too. The whole vaccine thing sucks, though. I vaccinated my baby last year and didn't see an issue with it; took him for his yearly yesterday and they were out of the MMR, so the doctor said "oh give him the chickenpox one", which he wasn't even supposed to get. I said no and got a whole big thing about how it's deadlier than covid, all kids need it, etc. I stood my ground and made the excuse "I just want to go easy on the little guy today" and made it out of there. I'm getting more into the anti-vaxx camp but I feel like shit either way, everyone just keeps saying "your baby is going to DIE" and I don't know where to go from here.