A study published earlier this month in the journal Nature also linked COVID vaccines to untreatable eyeball clots called retinal vascular occlusion. Researchers reported that people who have been vaccinated are at "significantly" greater risk of developing blood clots than those who remain unvaccinated.
While conducting the study, the research team gathered data from 95,156,967 volunteers. At least 7.3 million of the volunteers met the criteria for inclusion in the study.
After taking into account confounding variables, such as people taking anticoagulants, certain contraceptives and other medications, the researchers were left with 745,041 vaccinated and 3.8 million unvaccinated subjects to compare. The findings revealed that within two years after vaccination, the chances of all subtypes of retinal vascular occlusion go up significantly in the vaccinated individuals.
Retinal vascular occlusion is often linked to individuals with diabetes, along with other health issues like high blood pressure (hypertension), high cholesterol levels, or other health problems that affect blood flow.
The front of your eye contains the retina, a lens that focuses images on the inside of the back of your eye.
The retina is where your eye focuses the images you can see. It is covered with special nerve cells that convert light into signals that are sent via the optic nerve to your brain, where they are then processed as images.
Conditions that affect the retina like retinal vascular occlusion can affect your ability to see.
Arteries carry blood from your heart to other parts of the body, then veins carry the blood back to your heart. A blockage in an artery or vein is called an occlusion or stroke. When the flow of blood from your retina is blocked, it is often caused by a blot clot blocking the retinal vein. This causes retinal vascular occlusion.
Retinal vascular occlusion can be a very serious condition, sometimes causing the formation of abnormal new blood vessels that can cause pain and a "dangerous increase in pressure inside the eye." Retinal vascular occlusion may even cause blindness.
As of writing, there is no treatment that can unblock retinal veins. Treatments for the symptoms of retinal vascular occlusion include the injection of anti-vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF) drugs and corticosteroids directly into the patient's eyeball. (Related: Owen Shroyer exposes TRUE conspiracies about COVID clot shots.)
The researchers found that the overall risk of retinal vascular occlusion in the vaccinated individuals was "2.19 times higher" than that in the unvaccinated group at two years. They added that "no disparity was detected between brand and dose of vaccines."
Nevertheless, they insisted that "additional research is required to draw a solid conclusion regarding the association between retinal vascular occlusion and COVID-19 vaccines."
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