Endocrine Disruptors Everywhere and the are Negatively Affecting Society
There is increasing worry that chemicals like glyphosate, atrazine, and others are interfering with the normal development of our youth and causing a wide range of long-term health issues.
The COVID-19 vaccination was swiftly developed and widely administered within a few months of the virus's arrival in the United States. However, apprehensions have emerged regarding the potential long-term effects of this expedited process. Reports of vaccine-related injuries, including autoimmune, neurological, hormonal, and cardiovascular disruptions, have surfaced three years into the pandemic. It has become evident that the limited time for studying the potential long-term effects is inadequate. Notably, some individuals who have received the COVID-19 vaccine have experienced disruptions in their endocrine system, leading to hormonal problems.
Recent studies have shed light on the increased prevalence of endocrine disruptors, affecting organs such as the thyroid, islets, pituitary gland, and adrenal gland in those vaccinated against COVID-19. One study links the vaccine to conditions such as Thyroid-Subacute Thyroiditis (SAT), Thyroid-Graves' disease (GD), Thyroid-Painless thyroiditis (PT), Pancreas-Hyperosmolar hyperglycemic state (HHS), Pancreas-Diabetic ketoacidosis (DKA), Pancreas-High glucose (HG), Pituitary-Hypophysitis, Adrenal-Hemorrhage, and Adrenal-Primary adrenal insufficiency. Women have also reported disruptions in their menstrual cycles, experiencing unusually heavy or light periods that deviate from their regular cycles. Some post-menopausal women have even reported severe pain and heavy bleeding after receiving the vaccine. These symptoms strongly indicate the occurrence of hormonal disruptions among vaccine recipients, necessitating immediate and thorough investigation.
Health concerns stemming from chemicals in our food and water supplies have been further compounded by the COVID-19 vaccination and its associated health problems. These issues raise significant concerns among the roughly 70% of Americans who have received the vaccine. As more information comes to light regarding the irreversible damage caused by the COVID-19 vaccination, it becomes crucial for government agencies and health organizations, such as the WHO, FDA, and CDC, which work closely with the government, to prioritize investigations into both chemical and vaccine-related injuries.