First Dose of Pfizer in May of 2021
Second Dose of Pfizer on 06/06/2021
18 yrs old
Q: What was your life like before you got the vaccine?
I have had a few health problems throughout my life, but I was able to exercise, work, and generally enjoy life.
Q: What was your reaction, symptoms, & timeline?
After I got my second shot, I dropped nearly 15 pounds in a very short amount of time. I was already a small person, so this was not good. I had joint and muscle soreness, which started right when I got the second shot and has escalated into debilitating pain. I have heart arrhythmia, nerve pain, chest pain, extreme dizziness, headaches and visual disturbances from the vaccine. Doctors have repeatedly dismissed me as "having anxiety ". I have had to quit two jobs, because I couldn't handle my physical symptoms. I can no longer exercise and even walking between buildings and climbing stairs is difficult. My weight has recently started going down again, and now the doctors say that all of my problems are simply from low weight. I am currently at 95 pounds, struggling to eat and live with the pain. I'm exhausted and angry. I'm only 19 now (18 when I got the shot), and I don't know what to do.
Q: Have you had Covid before?
I caught it in 2020 and experienced it as a bad flu. I recovered just fine with no apparent problems. People like to claim that adverse vaccine effects are "long covid", but I got the shot a year and a half after getting sick, and all my symptoms started then.
Q: What do you wish others knew?
Stop gaslighting people who have had their bodies ruined by the shot.
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