COVID-19 Vaccines and Urinary Tract Urgency

This is one of the many side effects of the anti-Covid vaccination: more or less serious urinary problems are too many. explanations.

Bladder and prostate (Flickr)

We’ve often mentioned here the dire consequences of vaccines against SARS-CoV-2, the virus from which the Covid-19 pandemic has originated. A recent article titled “Less, Less Effective, More and More Harmful Vaccines” has outraged the digital giants who are controlling information at the planetary level. The latter unilaterally decides what is journalistic truth (La Pravda, in Russian) and what is fake news. Woe to those who dare to offer another approach to scientific information: they are banished from society, treated as conspirators and conspirators… In short, freedom of speech has been revised and corrected by the undoubtedly followers of Joseph Goebbels. As for social networks, linked to the mainstream media, they have come together to defend the truth imposed by powerful health sector lobbyists through a bogus fact-checking aimed at discrediting fellow instigators.
Even the best scholars in the country have been barred from testifying publicly before the Senate Parliamentary Committee, as we have written. And they warned of an explosion of dangerous side effects of mRNA vaccines against Covid-19.


Bladder and prostate

Jean-Marc Sabatier (DR)
Jean-Marc Sabatier (DR)

Indeed, these adverse effects are clearly many and varied. They affect all organs: the heart (myocarditis, pericarditis), the liver (hepatitis), the skin (skin reactions), etc.
But there are more and more lower urinary tract problems in men. Any bladder and prostate problems.
According to Gene Mark Sabatier* speaking here in his personal capacity, “It is inflammation of the bladder or prostate caused by the overactivation, via spike protein, of the pro-inflammatory renin-angiotensin (RAS) AT1R receptor.) The ECA2 receptor (a target protein) was found. Spike of SARS-CoV-2 virus) and AT1R (responsible for adverse effects) – both belonging to the RAS – in the cells of these organs.
The bladder is one of the organs of the urinary system and its function is to receive urine produced by the kidneys before they are excreted during urination. The prostate is a gland in the male reproductive system. It surrounds the urethra and is the channel that allows urine to flow. The main function of the prostate is to produce a portion of semen. The prostate controls urinary incontinence.
Disorders of the male and female reproductive organs described by Jean-Marc Sabatier in an article that we republish below.

* Jean-Marc Sabatier is Director of Research at the National Center for Scientific Research and a physician in cell biology and microbiology of the Institute of Neurophysiology (INP) at Aix-Marseille University.

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