While the information in this article provides cause for pause, it is not definitive. It does, however, provide more reason to be wary of any pronouncement by the CDC on the issue of COVID-19. Whether it is mask wearing or the efficacy of the mRNA "vaccine" produced by Pfizer and Moderna (the J&J preparation is more in line with traditional vaccines) CDC has a long track record of making "mistakes" on important public health matters.
Though the information in this article about miscarriages is concerning what is equally interesting is the information that is presented about the use of Hydroxychloroquine EARLY in COVID-19 infections.
Look at the map. The United States is one of the few nations in the world that does not allow the general use of Hydroxychloroquine (HCQ) for the treatment of COVID-19 even though it has been used in most nations including the United States for a variety of so-called "off label uses" without adverse effect, notably among pregnant women.
I don't know about y'all but I remember the left running around lighting each others hair on fire over President Trump's suggestion that (HCQ) may be of therapeutic value in treating COVID-19. Those same people keep insisting that we "follow the science". Here is the science. The US has not approved HCQ for use against COVID-19. The United States has the highest mortality rate from COVID-19. How many lives were lost because liberal politicians insisted that Hydroxychloroquine was dangerous and had not therapeutic value? How many lives were lost because a handful of democrat governors decided that sending COVID patients to nursing homes and long term care facilities was a good idea?