There was a claim of high stillborns in waterloo ontario
I believe it was referenced by Dr Negase. Here is the official stats: https://kitchener.citynews.ca/local-news/stillbirth-rates-not-increasing-in-the-region-according-to-hospital-officials-4804658
This article is completely different from what was reported by the physician in the other thread. One of them is blatantly lying.
It is worth noting that the article asserts the vaccines are safe for pregnant women but we know for a fact that none of the vaccines were tested on pregnant women. Therefore it is also a fact that we cannot know that the vaccines are safe for pregnant women. The article is lying there.
The use of year to year stats and avoidance of any recent date specified comparisons make the official report suspect.
We are at the end of 2021, the quote from the article is:
“This year, we have had 982 deliveries in Cambridge and four still-births. That is a still-birth rate of 0.41 per cent, which is our average,” said Kristin Wadsworth, Chief of Obstetrician and Gynecology at Cambridge Memorial Hospital.
Are you suggesting that they were talking about 2020?
This paragraph does come off as deceitful
Dr. Peter Potts, Joint Chief of Staff at Grand River Hospital and St. Mary’s Hospital said the misleading information on twitter suggested 86 still-births occurred in the region. In reality 12 had occurred in the last fiscal year between both GRH and CMH.
Another article has this piece of data: https://www.bornontario.ca/en/news/stillbirths-in-ontario-2021.aspx
Data from the Better Outcomes Registry & Network (BORN), Ontario’s perinatal, newborn and child registry, shows there were between 12 and 15 stillbirths in the Waterloo region between January and June 2021.
The reason for the differing numbers is that the Waterloo region’s hospitals fall under slightly different boundaries, and are either counted under a local health integrated network or a public health uni t.
I want accurate data. I love our data centered approach but one physicians second hand account does not seem more truthy than a registry that has been in operation for years. It is voluntary so there might be a skew there.
I have a dear friend that is pregnant I want to know the risk in reality.
Make sure your friend eats very well during her pregnancy–lots of good meats and vegetables, particularly magnesium, zinc, and thiamine-containing foods. B1 (thiamine) is really important for T-cell differentiation, so we burn through a lot in response to Covid. Thiamine deficiency can cause stillbirths.
I don’t have a lot of say but I do know she eats a Chinese diet. Lots of dark leafy vegetables but little meat. She is very careful about toxins.