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Here’s an Overview of VAERS Reports Showing the COVID ‘Vaccines’ Can Cause Impotence, Penile Shrinking, Penile Blood Clots, Penile Blisters, and Penile Disfigurement


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Here is an overview of VAERS (Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System) reports showing the adverse effects the COVID-19 injections can have on the penis. These adverse effects include impotence, bleeding from the penis, blood clots in the penis, shrinking of the penis, penile pain, penile blisters, and penile disfigurement.


In September of 2021 popular music artist Nicki Minaj said that her cousin’s friend in Trinidad “became impotent” after getting “the [COVID] vaccine.” Minaj also noted the friend’s “testicles became swollen” and that the issues were so life-altering that his soon-to-be bride called off their wedding because of the adverse effects.

While many were quick to dismiss and/or ridicule Minaj for her anecdotal story, there is a significant amount of—accumulating—evidence supporting the claim that the COVID injections can have adverse effects on the penis and testicles.

A search of VAERS reports related to the COVID injections turns up 234 results for “penis” as of the time of this writing. As well as 184 results for “testicles.” (It’s unclear how much overlap there is between the two.) These reports may only be 1% or less of the total reports related to this issue per Harvard Pilgrim Health Care’s 2011 analysis of VAERS, which found massive underreporting to the system for other vaccine adverse events.

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Directly related to Minaj’s claim, VAERS turns up a large handful of reports of impotence post COVID “vaccination.”

Specifically, the reports of impotence after COVID “vaccination” include reports of several men in their 50s who experienced “no erection[s] whatsoever” or “erectile dysfunction” after receiving one of the injections.

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“Loss of sensation in penis, erectile disfunction [sic],” another report says regarding a 46-year-old Johnson and Johnson COVID “vaccine” recipient. “No effective treatment,” the report adds.

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Not only did the COVID injections apparently cause these men to become impotent for some time, in some instances men reported their penises literally shrinking in response to the experimental “vaccines.”

“Penis [reduction] in size, length, and circumference is significant since following day [of injection] and pain in penal [sic] area from day 3 and day 5 [was] most noticeable,” one report by a 41-year-old man reads. The report adds “Shape of penis has changed (noticed day 4 due to an erection) and the skin has become loose with the size reduction (like baggy pants).”

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Another report, filed by a friend of the man negatively affected, wrote that his friend’s “dick and balls were shrinking, and it’s just skin now.” The man who submitted the report also said that “the vaccine was shrinking peoples’ dicks and making them disappear forever and stated he would rather die than get the vaccine.”

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Amongst the reports are also other types of horror stories. Many reports describe the COVID injections leading to “bleeding from the penis,” for example. As well as “blood clots” coming out of the penis.

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Another report related to penile blood clotting from the COVID injections notes one “vaccine” recipient tried to urinate, but couldn’t. Instead, he “passed a clot with some drops of blood.”

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Several VAERS reports related to the COVID “vaccines” also note blood after urination. Reports include instances of “painful urination with bleeding from penis” and a blood clot coming out of the penis after urination.

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“[B]lood drops in my urine and possibly passed a blood clot,” another report reads, adding there were “blood drops” in the injection recipient’s urine and he noticed “some blood coming out of [his] penis.”

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One 33-year-old who received the Moderna injection said three weeks after he received his first dose he “started experiencing extremely painful erections which usually resulted in a steady stream of blood coming out of [his] penis instead of urine.”

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On top of the bleeding from the penis, the blood clots coming from the penis, impotence, and penile shrinking, the VAERS reports also evince a signal of the penis blistering after a man receives his COVID injection.

One VAERS report notes as an adverse effect “Blisters [on] head of penis resembling herpes simplex 2 for about 10 days.” One 38-year-old COVID “vaccine” recipient reported “blister like bumps just under the head of [his] penis and down [his] scrotum.”

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Many VAERS reports related to adverse effects of the COVID “vaccines” on male genitalia include “pain” in the penis.

“I started experiencing extremely painful erections which usually resulted in a steady stream of blood coming out of my penis instead of urine,” one 44-year-old man reported. Another 30-year-old simply reported “pain in [his] penis.”

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VAERS reports related to male genitalia also include “hemorrhaging through the penis”; “Penile Mondor’s disease” (inflammation that causes a blood clot); “Loss of blood flow to the penis”; a “swollen” and “hardened” scrotum; Peyronie’s disease (curved and painful erections caused by scar tissue); lesions on the penis; penis “injuries”; as well as magnets sticking to one man’s erect penis.

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Along with these VAERS reports, it should also be noted that Pfizer’s own clinical trial protocol stated that “Human reproductive safety data are not available for BNT162 [Pfizer’s emergency use COVID injection].” (See immediately below.)

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Pfizer’s post-authorization data submitted to the FDA also noted male COVID “vaccine” trial participants could potentially find themselves “anti-sperm antibody positive.” For reference, according to WebMD, “antisperm antibodies fight sperm.” WebMD notes the antibodies are produced “when the immune system mistakenly targets sperm in a man’s semen as an invader and damages or kills it.” WebMD notes the antibodies “can make it harder for a couple to have a baby.”

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It should also be noted that a 2018 study published in the International Journal of Nanomedicine noted the following about nanoparticles (NPs), an umbrella category that contains lipid nanoparticles (LNPs), which are used in the mRNA COVID injections:

NPs can pass through the blood-testis barrier, placental barrier, and epithelial barrier, which protect reproductive tissues, and then accumulate in reproductive organs. NP accumulation damages organs (testis, epididymis, ovary, and uterus) by destroying Sertoli cells, Leydig cells, and germ cells, causing reproductive organ dysfunction that adversely affects sperm quality, quantity, morphology, and motility or reduces the number of mature oocytes and disrupts primary and secondary follicular development. In addition, NPs can disrupt the levels of secreted hormones, causing changes in sexual behavior.

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(Hat tip to Naomi Wolf’s Daily Clout website for finding the needle in the haystack in Pfizer’s post-auth data as well as the study published in the International Journal of Nanomedicine.)

Finally, in this context, it should also be noted that a study published in Andrology in June of 2022 found that some men injected with Pfizer’s COVID “vaccine” experienced a persistent decline of approximately 16% in sperm concentration and about 20% in total motile count at the six-month mark after getting jabbed. The effect is potentially permanent, as it was still present at the study’s end date.


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