The cardiologist expert, dr. Peter McCullough makes new statements about the covid vaccines. Check out the latest reports about this below.
Vaccines have backfired
Check out the latest tweet that sheds light on the matter below:
Dr. McCullough: “The Vaccines Have Backfired….Cleveland Clinic has recently published their data. The unvaccinated have the lowest risk of recurrent Omicron infection, and every additional shot, the risk of more Omicron infections increases. So, the vaccines have backfired.” pic.twitter.com/paS3ujEfjB
— Michael Starr (@EWA_STARR40) August 3, 2023
Post vaccine complications
A few days ago, we were addressing the complications from Covid vaccines.
It has been reported that more studies have stated the fact that both COVID and the vaccines that came after are affecting urinary tract health – there have been reported prostatic and urinary complications, and below, you can find out more details about all this.
Urinary and prostatic complications have been associated with COVID-19 infections and vaccines.
A recent study conducted in Hong Kong has found that men who were receiving treatment for baseline lower urinary tract symptoms and had a history of COVID-19 infection were at a higher risk of developing an enlarged prostate.
This condition can increase the likelihood of urinary tract infections, urine retention, and hematuria (blood in urine).
“Male patients infected with SARS-CoV-2 are more likely to have deterioration of LUTS (lower urinary tract symptoms). This association is not without biological plausibility,” the authors concluded.
The prostate gland has an abundance of receptors for the superficial spike protein of SARS-CoV-2, which makes it vulnerable to the virus and can cause inflammation and negative outcomes.
People who have been infected with COVID-19 or received its vaccines have reported urinary symptoms such as incontinence, urinary tract diseases, urinating hesitancy, and frequent urination.
When the prostate gland is enlarged, it can cause urinary complications because the urethra passes through it and can impede the flow of urine.
A study conducted in Hong Kong suggested that the virus causes inflammation in the genito-urological area, leading to urinary complications.