Infant dies after Mother got 2nd Pfizer shot - Can you figure it out?

Alex Berenson @AlexBerenson

VAERS reports a breastfeeding five-month old infant has died of TTP - a rare clotting disorder linked to, yes, low platelets. He became ill one day after his mother received her second@pfizer shot.**

Official HSE information given to expectant mothers.

A few excerpts:

“As a breastfeeding mother one potential benefit of getting the COVID-19 vaccine is the passage of antibodies to my 11 month old which may provide additional protection to her. While I know the vaccine isnt a silver bullet I am hopeful that this will
be the beginning of a return to some normality for us all.” Dr Sorca O’Brien. SpR in Obstetrics and Gynaecology


What about COVID-19 vaccines when breastfeeding?

Breastfeeding offers substantial health benefits to women and their breastfed children. COVID-19 vaccines have not been studied in breastfeeding and it is unknown if any COVID-19 vaccines are excreted in human milk. However, there are no theoretical risks from getting these vaccines when breastfeeding. If COVID-19 mRNA vaccine remnants pass into breastmilk, they would be digested in the baby’s stomach. As the COVID-19 vaccine Astra Zeneca is a non-replicating vaccine, it is unlikely to pose a risk to the breastfeeding child.

The World Health Organisation does not recommend discontinuing breastfeeding after vaccination. The HSE recommends that breastfeeding mothers should be vaccinated according to their risk grouping. If you were vaccinated while pregnant, antibodies against COVID-19 may pass into your breastmilk and give your baby some protection.

It is very possible that the VAERS report pre-dates the HSE information.

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To think some people demonise mothers if they drink any alcohol while breastfeeding… then this…

Mothers who are totally vulnerable to all kinds of attacks, physical and mental, well, they’ve been hammering them hard for months to get injected, but it’s never ending, for example such moves to rethink the way we should speak when it comes to feeding babies.

Thankfully there will be no further confusion between knee milk and breast milk going forward.

Instead, health professionals were advised to use the phrases “breast/chest milk,” “milk from the feeding mother or parent” and “human milk” to be more “inclusive of trans & non-binary birthing people without excluding the language of women or motherhood,” the guidelines state.

Clownworld, hmm more like freakshow at this point and it’s worming it’s way everywhere it should not be.

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