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Sharon Gosine

First Dose of Pfizer on 05/02/2021


48 yrs old

Sharon has opted-in to be contactable by the public and other vaccine injured. No hateful emails, or you will be banned. You can send her messages at or find her on youtube under the name shargo.

Q: What was your life like before you got the vaccine?

Healthy, working full time, driving and full of life

Q: What was your reaction, symptoms, & timeline?

On the afternoon of May 2, 2021, I received the first dose of Pfizer. That same evening, I suffered the worst headache of my life, burning in my hands and feet, and nausea. The next morning my right foot and ankle was severely swollen, and I could not walk on it. I called my doctor, and he prescribed gabapentin for the burning in my feet and hands. The following Sunday (mother's day), I had memory loss and confusion. My husband and daughter took me to the hospital, and they admitted me for 5 days. I had a diagnosis of neuropathy and mild encephalitis. A week after going home, I got worst and had trouble speaking. I went back to the hospital for another 6 days and again on new years over night. I have been diagnosed with aphasia and dysarthria. I have to use a cane to walk, and I can't drive. I get fatigued very easily. I have memory loss, confusion and brain fog, especially when I'm tired.

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