"Girl, I've been in the shower for four hours. I can't leave. It's like I'm bleeding out. Huge clots!"
It's not often you get a message from a friend like that and I'll never forget it. My friend we'll call Barb sent me that chilling message in March of 2020. Back then, no one was talking about the effects Covid-19 might have on menstruation and, although Barb was never tested, she knows it was the Covid-19 causing her menstrual distress, because she'd never had a menstrual cycle like it before...and her husband fell terribly ill at the same time.
For over a year, I've wanted to share Barb's story but the topic has come to the fore again as women who've merely been exposed to shedding "vaxxed" people began talking about bleeding out with massive menstrual clots, just as Barb experienced. That's when something clicked in my head. "Now," something told me. "Write about it now."
Ladies, keep reading!
Gentlemen, this is going to be graphic so you may want to read this, this or even this instead.
How It Started
To this day, Barb has no idea how she (and her husband!) contracted C-19. They live a quiet life and the few times she left home in March 2020, she masked up and was excruciatingly careful.
Between you, me and the wall she believes they were infected when an eBay purchase innocently ordered from China in January 2020 arrived on her doorstep in March 2020. Shortly after opening the package, both Barb and her husband fell ill with the strangest ailment they'd ever experienced before or since.
But it wasn't until Barb's period arrived that the drama really began. As I said, this is going to be graphic.
Barb's monthly cycle began normally enough, with a gentle hint that it was time for a tampon or pad. On this particular morning, Barb opted for her usually adequate thin maxi pad.
The trouble began a few minutes later while Barb was drinking her morning coffee and felt woosh!
She ran to the bathroom to find the pad she'd donned just five minutes earlier was soaked and so were her panties. Completely, totally and utterly sodden. That had never happened before.
Barb tells me she changed her pad and panties, placed a tampon and, just to be on the safe side, stuck on another maxi pad as well. Slightly puzzled, she went back to her coffee.
Five minutes later...woosh! Barb sprinted for the bathroom but, alas, didn't make it in time. Purple Rain comes to mind but this rain wasn't purple. Everything was soaked...tampon, pad, panties, trousers, bathroom rug. Everything.
After fifteen minutes on the toilet...woosh! woosh! woosh!...Barb realized she had a problem. A one-bathroom house problem. She couldn't leave the toilet and her husband needed to take the Browns to the Super Bowl...now!
So she did the next best thing and stood in the shower...for four hours.
After four hours, the bleeding slowed but Barb wasn't out of the woods yet. She only had thin maxi pads on hand and they weren't nearly adequate, even for the decreased flow. But she'd had four hours to think outside-the-tampon and thought of the perfect option: her dog's puppy diapers repurposed as menstrual pads. They're thick, they're big and as Barb joked, "They even have a hole for my vestigial tail."
But Barb's story doesn't end there. Not by a long shot.
The next month (April 2020) the same thing happened but to a lighter degree. Unfortunately, C-19-caused menstrual trauma sowed the seeds of a problem that still afflicts Barb to this day: anemia. She believes this is because a Covid period isn't like a normal period which mostly sheds "old" blood that's been "set aside" to form the endometrium lining of the uterus. Barb believes a C-19 period includes fresh blood straight from the bloodstream and a lot of it. Whenever I see her now, she's pale, exhausted, gasps for air when walking (with frequent rests) and complains that her muscles, especially across her chest, feel "achy and sick."
For the past fourteen months, she's suffered from palm-sized stringy, gelatinous, connected clots and flooding, each month worse than the last, leaving Barb housebound for a few days each month. She told me, "Tell the ladies who read your blog that if they haven't yet contracted C-19 or are around those who took the jab and are shedding, never leave the house without packing extra clothes, panties and a bag of the thickest, longest maxi pads they can find." Barb got lucky. She was at home when the flooding started and had a stash of puppy diapers and wee pads on hand. Other ladies might not be so lucky.
Barb has shared her experience with other ladies and tells me many have had the same experience...but no one's talking about it publicly! Unlike Barb, they all ran to their gynecologists who assumed they'd experienced a miscarriage...even though these ladies insisted (to no avail) that they weren't pregnant (and the one friend-of-Barbs who was post-menopausal and suddenly began menstruating again. True story!)
Even the woman who shed the entire lining of her uterus (a decidual cast) as one huge clot was told she'd experienced a miscarriage when she knew damn well she wasn't pregnant. But she had been around recently "vaccinated" family members just before it happened. (The doctors don't want to hear that!)
After invasive gynecological examinations which revealed no fibroids, no abnormalities, no nothing, every gyno turned to their catch-all solution for every female problem: Birth Control Pills. (Fun Fact: Birth control pills have caused many ladies to experience pulmonary embolisms. If blood clots are already a problem, the last thing we should take is something that causes blood clots!)
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