Dr. Rebekka Leist specializes in the unfulfilled desire to have children. Based on observations from her own practice, she strongly suspects that her desire for children – patients, if they become pregnant at all, will not remain pregnant if they have been vaccinated against Covid. Now she is calling for a global review to refute her fears.
The chance of getting pregnant in the course of out-of-body fertilization / in vitro fertilization IVF is usually around 32 percent, according to Leist. The chance of actually giving birth to a baby is 23 percent. According to her, the difference is mainly due to early miscarriages in the first 14 weeks of pregnancy. In her own practice, Leist was only able to determine a single further pregnancy in 15 attempts (7%). A number, as she says, far too small a number that she has never seen in her long-term profession. After Leist has looked through all of her patient files since the beginning of the year and made corresponding inquiries, she is now concerned that the vaccination against Covid-19 is a decisive factor in pregnancy: Either the desire to have children – patients will not become pregnant at all if they were vaccinated before the treatment. Or they have too few further pregnancies.
For the benefit of patients and their unborn children: examinations are a must!
The gynecologist hopes that her suspicions will turn out to be unfounded. However, given its severity and the scope of the effects, it considers a review to be inevitable. Aware that her own observations do not claim to be representative, Leist now calls for a broad review of these and other open questions. All fertility centers in Germany and worldwide are requested to use their statistics of IVF treatments to evaluate the group of women vaccinated against Covid-19 against the control group of unvaccinated women with regard to the following parameters:
- What are the pregnancy rates?
- How do pregnancies continue?
- Are there differences in the outcome of the birth?
For Dr. Do too little, because “then it will be too late to prevent further damage. This is not about politics, but about the well-being of our patients, their unborn children and families and their future.“
You can also read about this:
To the website of Dr. Leist will take you via this link.
To her blog entry “Covid vaccinations: increased miscarriage rate in the first 13 weeks of pregnancy ??? Urgent request to all fertility centers to check this and hopefully refute it“You get to it by clicking on the red text. The author goes into detail there on a medical study, which “allegedly comes to the result that Covid vaccinations during pregnancy do not mean an increased risk for the embryo.”
You can find the English version at Dr Leist and here: “Covid-vaccinations in the first 13 weeks of pregnancy: increased miscarriage rate??? Urgent request to all fertility centers to verify and hopefully disprove this!“
Below is the transcript from Dr. Leist’s video (highlighted by the editor):
My name is Rebekka Leist, I am a gynecologist and specialize in the unfulfilled desire to have children. I have a terrible fear. My desire to have children – patients, if you do get pregnant, you will not stay pregnant if you have been vaccinated against Covid. I’ll say it the other way around again. After the Covid vaccination, my desire to have children – patients get pregnant first, but they miscarry earlier. This observation of mine is in stark contrast to a study in the New England Journal of Medicine, one of the most renowned medical journals, which came to the conclusion that the Covid vaccination during pregnancy does not lead to any increased risks for the unborn child.
I have one for that detailed Blog on my homepage written. It would be going too far now to list all of my arguments which are intended to refute this claim. In my medical assessment, the authors combine numbers that are unrelated to draw the conclusion that there is no increased risk from vaccination in the first trimester of pregnancy.
With 15 fertilizations only one pregnancy
Now to the observations in my practice and the letter I wrote to the fertility centers in Munich. I read out:
By post – registered mail. Munich, September 1, 2021
My fear: Hardly any further pregnancies after the Covid vaccination
After working as a gynecologist at the fertility center Drs. Bollmann, Brückner and Noss for seven years, I set up in a private practice in 2004. All these years I have treated many women who wanted to have children with Chinese medicine and micronutrients. Since the bond with my patients often persists even after IVF / egg donation, I see them in early pregnancy and later, or they inform me about the further process.
A few weeks ago I had a terrible suspicion. My desire to have children – when they become pregnant, patients have too few further pregnancies or do not become pregnant at all if they have been vaccinated against Covid before treatment. It took some time until I was able to look through all the files of my patients who wanted to have children since the beginning of the year and got answers to my questions. I come to the following preliminary results as of August 31, 2021 in my practice:
I am now summarizing the result a little differently because people with no experience in this area would just confuse these details. I have also updated it as it has been a week since the letter was sent.
Three spontaneous pregnancies, two of which were early miscarriages, and a further pregnancy in the 8th week.
Fifteen out-of-body fertilization, that is IVF, i.e. in vitro fertilization. I received no answer from two patients. I guess they won’t be pregnant then. Nine patients are not pregnant. In two of them, the pregnancy hormone in the blood has risen. Once there was an early abortion, an early miscarriage and only one further pregnancy now in the 12th week. So a pregnancy out of fifteen times out of the body.
Urgent call to fertility centers
The letter continues:
Of course this represents is not a representative survey, but I have not seen anything like this in my practice in the past 17 years. I sincerely hope that my fear is unfounded, but I think it is so grave and would have such far-reaching implications that it is imperative that this matter be reviewed and, hopefully, refuted. You in your fertility centers could use the IVF statistics to ask the treated patients relatively easily and quickly how the pregnancies continued and whether they were vaccinated against Covid. The unvaccinated pregnant women could act as a control group.
Please do not wait for the Baby Take Home Rate to turn out because it will then be too late to avert further possible damage. For the sake of our patients’ wellbeing, I beg you to investigate this concern. This is not about politics, but about health and the life of the unborn.
Thank you for your effort and support and best regards. And in the PS I refer to the blog about the study on my homepage and signal my willingness to discuss. That was the letter.
So that you as a layperson can classify the numbers a little better. With out-of-body fertilization – thumbs times Pi – the chance of getting pregnant is approx. 32% and the chance of having a baby at approx. 23%. The difference is mainly made up by early miscarriages in the first 14 weeks of pregnancy. Even if I only observed one pregnancy in 15 attempts in my practice, what 7% are, and my patients are not representative in a collective, so this number is still far too low.
So far only one center is ready to collect the data
Finally, the response to my letter. A fertility center of 7 contacted me immediately and happily informed me that they would take the appropriate steps. I haven’t heard from the others so far. From the chairman of the IVF register, where the data of all fertility centers in Germany come together, I got the following answer – I quote literally:
There are now enough scientific publications that prove a negative influence of Covid-19 disease in pregnancy that rule out a negative influence of a Covid-19 vaccination on the course of pregnancy. So the women should be protected from a severe Covid course during pregnancy, but what use is that to them if the pregnancy does not last at all?
I repeat mine dUrgent request to all fertility centers in Germany and of course worldwide – vaccinations are made all over the world: Please use the statistics for out-of-body fertilization to check how the pregnancies of the vaccinated have continued or are going and compare them with the unvaccinated as a control group. I thank you from the bottom of my heart. It’s about our patients.