The study (Shimabukuro et al., 2021) investigated 35,691 data records of women from a vaccination database and the US VAERS adverse events database. Despite 221 pregnancy-related adverse events reported to the VAERS, and finding that the most frequently reported pregnancy event was spontaneous abortion (of 46 cases), the study was generally positive for the use of the CV-19 vaxes in pregnant women. Never mind that none of the manufacturers tested their vaxes on pregnant women in their clinical trials, as that is banned for safety and ethical reasons. The study concluded that "Preliminary findings did not show obvious safety signals among pregnant persons who received mRNA Covid-19 vaccines." but that was not entirely accurate.
This study had a bad and biased design, and you needed to look into the details as they deliberately hid or did not report the very high pregnancy loss rate. Firstly, they loaded the study with dissimilar numbers of pregnant women in the 3 trimesters, with 700 included in T3, but 127 across T1 and T2. That is bad study design. The authors claim "miscarriage" numbers across all 3 trimesters, when medically this only occurs in T1 and T2 and only up to 20 weeks. After that is called a "stillbirth". The study explicitly states (in Table 4 of the referenced study) that 104 spontaneous abortions (miscarriages) occurred within 20 weeks of pregnancy, yet they included the 700 women who had the shot in the third trimester in this calculation - 104 losses / 827 births = 12.6% pregnancy loss. BUT the calculation should have been 104/127 births (losses vs births from vaccines given in the T1 and T2, as it's not clear how many vaccines were given just in the first 20 weeks). More accurately that means an 81.9% pregnancy loss. From the mRNA vaccines being given to pregnant women. 81.9%.
To make things worse for CV-19 vaccines in pregnancy, the same Table 4 states: "A total of 96 of 104 spontaneous abortions (92.3%) occurred BEFORE 13 WEEKS of gestation". That is all within Trimester 1 plus 1 week. Yet this major detail was just a side note to one of the tables, and completely contradicted the study's conclusions but was not mentioned again in the rest of the paper.
A new study has been published (Brock & Thornley, 2021) which reviews the data and conclusions of the original Shimabukuro study. The authors of this new study confirm the statistical errors and that the true incidences of spontaneous abortions in pregnant women who had the mRNA shots was 82% (within 20 weeks of start of pregnancy) to 92.3% (within 13 weeks). 7-8 times higher than the original study found. A truly shocking and tragic finding. This study found many other faults or missing data, such as not reporting on which mRNA shot was used) or not reporting pregnancy losses between the first and second shots, and other incorrect interpretations or omissions of the data.
This new study also investigated the use of Pfizer's own clinical trials of their mRNA vaxes on pregnant rats, which claimed no pregnancy losses. But the authors of this study reviewed their data to again find poor study design or incorrect interpretations of their data, which in fact did show increased losses and many types of foetal abnormalities (birth defects).
The study also said there are other causes of concern of getting the mRNA vaxes in pregnancy or breastfeeding, from other studies and VAERS records, including skin rashes caused from clotting issues (TTP), gastrointestinal upsets, anaphylactic reactions, and deaths in babies from exposure to breastmilk in a recently vaccinated mother. Other issues of concern include production of auto-antibodies, indicating the development of autoimmune conditions (found in all pregnant women in one study), destruction of red blood cells, elevated liver enzymes (indicating liver damage), low platelet count (causing poor clotting and blood loss), reduced placenta development, impaired male fertility, and more.
This info shows that you cannot just read the title, the abstract or even just the conclusions of studies, as little details are hidden that they sometimes don't want you to see... The Shimabukuro study concluded that it was safe for CV-19 vaxes in pregnancy and said they found no adverse issues, which was clearly incorrect from their poor study design, incorrect interpretations and likely deliberate hiding of their findings. Newer studies show some major issues of these new vaxes in pregnancy or breastfeeding, including up to 92% pregnancy loss. Recommending the mRNA vaxes in pregnant and breastfeeding women is criminal and immoral, and recommendations for these vaxes in pregnancy must be stopped. The study authors recommend withdrawal of the mRNA vaxes in pregnancy and breastfeeding, as well as in children, until better and long-term safety studies are available in these groups.
Brock, A.R., & Thornley. S. (2021). Spontaneous Abortions and Policies on COVID-19 mRNA Vaccine Use During Pregnancy. Science, Public Health Policy, and the Law, 4. 130–143
Shimabukuro, T.T., Kim, S.Y., Myers, T.R., Moro, P.L., Oduyebo, T., Panagiotakopoulos, L., Marquez, P.L., Olson, C.K., Liu, R., Chang, K.T., Ellington, S.R., Burkel, V.K., Smoots, A.N., Green, C.J., Licata, C., Zhang, B.C., Alimchandani, M., Mba-Jonas, A., Martin, S.W., Gee, K.M., & Meaney-Delman, D.M. (2021). Preliminary Findings of mRNA Covid-19 Vaccine Safety in Pregnant Persons, New England Journal of Medicine, 384 (24), 2273–2282. https://doi.org/10.1056/NEJMoa2104983