Where Is My Period? with Mélodie Feron and Diane Protat

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Where Is My Period? with Mélodie Feron and Diane Protat
Where Is My Period? with Mélodie Feron and Diane Protat

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I realized that there was a large number of women who. . . had multiple, varied menstrual cycle disruptions, very different one from the other. . . . For some, it’s something of a taboo, and even in the medical world, they were not getting any answers. When you don’t talk about it, and when the doctor says, ‘it’s nothing,’ you feel alone and isolated.

~ Mélodie Feron

~ This Interview is PUBLIC – Please send far and wide! ~

By Catherine Austin Fitts

Around the world, women have reported concerning and often dramatic menstrual cycle changes following receipt of Covid injections—delayed periods, heavier periods, constant bleeding, or conversely, sudden cessation of menstruation—in some instances leading to hysterectomies.

This week, Mélodie Feron, cabinet-maker and mother of two, and French litigator Diane Protat discuss their grassroots initiative “Where is my period?” (in French, “Où est mon cycle?”), designed not only to draw official attention to the varied adverse effects of the Covid shots on French women’s menstrual cycles but also to provide support to the many women—largely dismissed by the medical profession—who are suffering in silence.

“Where is my period?” emerged out of Mélodie’s personal experiences. After rescheduling her appointment “at least 10 times,” she succumbed to the pressure to “protect others” as well as her long-time doctor’s coaxing and, in the summer of 2021, got the Covid injection. The impact on her cycle was noticeable that same day. “Where is my period?” was the result of a casual exchange among Mélodie and other women at her local bakery; the social media account she created drew almost 13,000 subscribers within the first month alone, and continues to receive at least 20 testimonials per day.

Mélodie joined forces with Diane, a talented Paris-based business lawyer known for being “tenacious” and for her excellence in litigation, who is representing 15,000 women who either don’t have periods anymore or are bleeding almost continuously. Diane’s wide-ranging expertise, which includes an international focus, covers the areas of personal injury, medical malpractice, intellectual property, real estate, and (with a Masters in Criminal Law) criminal offenses such as sexual harassment. Diane also teaches at the Sorbonne. During Covid, Diane has been involved in legal cases against lockdowns and against vaccine mandates for health professionals and airline pilots and flight attendants. These cases are now before the European Court of Human Rights.

In addition to legal actions, “Where is my period?” is becoming a force to be reckoned with on the political stage. In April, the women participated in a European Parliament round table that also included French politician and parliamentarian Virginie Joron—one of her most recent activities was submission of a written question to the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control “on the risk-benefit balance of COVID-19 vaccinations for children”—and obstetrician-gynecologist Laurence Kayzer, a physician under professional attack for her medical truth-telling, who observed vaccination harms right away in her menstruating and pregnant patients.

That same month, Diane and Mélodie took part in a hearing before the French Senate’s Parliamentary Office for Scientific and Technological Assessment (OPECST), a committee intended to act “as an intermediary between the political world and the world of research.”

The women have made numerous appearances in European media, including FranceSoir, Marie Claire, and OVALmedia.

Meanwhile, concerns are growing about the potential impact of the experimental injections—and mRNA injections, in particular—on both female and male fertility, with a recent study describing large decreases in sperm counts after a second Pfizer dose. The new Children’s Health Defense film, Infertility: A Diabolical Agenda (directed by Andrew Wakefield, with Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. as executive producer) also makes it clear that this would not be the first time vaccination has been used to implement a covert sterilization agenda.

This is the last week of the month, so there is no Money & Markets or Ask Catherine this week. E-mail your questions for Ask Catherine or post at the Money & Markets commentary for the following week here.

Join me for this conversation about the impacts of Covid and mRNA injections on women, an area that leaves us with disturbing unanswered questions about fertility. This interview is public, so please share it widely with anyone who is likely to find it helpful.

Talk to you Thursday!

Related Videos about “Where Is My Period”:

Table ronde sur les effets de secondaires qui seraient liés aux vaccins Covid ! (Round table on side effects thought to be linked to Covid vaccines!) (with Diane, Mélodie, Virginie Joron, and Dr. Laurence Kayser)

Le Sénat à l’écoute des victimes présumées d’effets secondaires graves du vaccine (Senate listens to presumed victims of serious vaccine side effects): video and article

Règles et effets secondaires de la vaccination : “Où est mon cycle” libère la parole (Periods and vaccine side effects: “Where is my period” speaks out)

“Elles n’ont plus leurs règles” Me Eric Lanzarone et Julie du collectif “Où est mon cycle” (“They no longer have their periods” Eric Lanzarone and Julie from the “Where is my period” collective)

Troubles menstruels post vaccination : “Il faut briser le silence, ce n’est pas normal!” (Post-vaccination menstrual troubles: “We must break the silence, this is not normal!”)

Narrative #21 by Marc Moustacakis | Mélodie — Cycle menstruel et effets du vaccine : on en parle oui ou non? (Menstrual cycle and vaccine effects: do we talk about it, yes or no?)

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Infertility: A Diabolical Agenda

Video Replays: D4CE Symposium IV — Session 1

Related Reading about “Where Is My Period”:

Troubles menstruels liés au vaccin anti-Covid : ce que l’on sait, quels conseils pour les femmes concernées ? (Covid vaccine and menstrual troubles: a women’s collective received at the Senate)

Vaccin anti-Covid : hystérectomie, douleurs a l’accouchement… des femmes dénoncent les effets sur le cycle menstruel (Covid vaccine: hysterectomy, labor pains… women denounce menstrual cycle effects)

Effets secondaires des vaccins : des femmes entendues sur des problèmes de cycles menstruels(Vaccine side effects: women heard about menstrual cycle problems)

Vaccin contre la Covid-19 : un collectif denonce des effets secondaires graves sur le cycle menstruel (Covid-19 vaccine: a collective denounces serious menstrual cycle side effects)

Covid-19 : ces femmes qui doivent subir une “ablation de l’utérus” après avoir été vaccinées… (Covid-19: these women who have to have a “removal of the uterus” after being vaccinated…)

Covid-19 : des femmes accusent le vaccin, “l’ablation de l’utérus, c’est la seule solution qui se présentait à moi” (Covid-19: women accuse the vaccine, “removal of the uterus, that was the only solution presented to me”)

“Il y a une volunté de ne pas savoir” : le collectif “Où est mon cycle” au Parlement européen (“There is a desire not to know”: the “Where is my period” collective at the European Parliament)

Case: “Where is my period? v. European Commission – EMA and ANSM Nos

Other Related Reading:

Protat Synder Law (international “boutique” law firm “specializing in hands-on solutions of cross-border legal conflicts and issues”)

Elementary, my dear Watson: why mRNA vaccines are a very bad idea

URGENT: The Covid vaccine paper on declining sperm counts is even worse than it seems at first (Alex Berenson)

30,000+ women in UK report menstrual problems after COVID shots, but menstrual issues not listed as side effect (The Defender)

Link between menstrual changes and COVID vaccine is plausible, should be investigated (The Defender)

Vaccin Covid : une étude d’ampleur confirme que les injections peuvent causer des règles plus abondantes

Vaccin anti-COVID : des milliers de femmes constatent des changements dans leurs menstruations