Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy (RSD and CRPS) Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy (Complex Regional Pain Syndromes Type I) and Causalgia (Complex Regional Pain Syndromes Type II)(RSD and CRPS)


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Old 03-14-2021, 06:21 PM #11
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The Therapeutic Goods Administration here does not think that there is any evidence for the dire claims for the Astra Zeneca vaccine. It is still available here; if the TGA thinks there is any evidence for the dire claims it will be banned here.
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No, I have not received a vaccine yet. I'm in the process of getting a appointment. My state of Georgia just apprioved it today for people 55+ and 16+ with certain medical conditions. I just turned 40 this past Wednesday. I qualify to get it because I have what is called Primary Immune Deficiency Disorder/Disease. My body doesn't produce enough antibodies in a specific subclass when broken down into 4 subclasses. I'm ready to get it no matter the side effects. I asked 1 of my physicians who has been fully vaccinated. He said the 1st dose was fine. The second dose knocked him on his butt for a few days. He described it as having a bad flu without the cough. I personally can handle that. Its much better than being in the hospital in ICU or worse. Good luck!

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Has anyone taking the COVID vaccine yet? Did you have any side effects? I had a first dose about a week ago with no significant side effects except for sore arm. I expect to have the second dose two weeks from now. I am feeling a little bit apprehensive. Please share your experience and thanks.
I took the first dose of the Moderna vaccine end of February. Within a week I started having numb and tingling arms, legs, hands and feet. Went to the ER because the symptoms came on so fast. Went to my GP and neurologist who prescribed gabapentin. Iím now 6 weeks out since the vaccine and I donít see any improvements.
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I took the first dose of the Moderna vaccine end of February. Within a week I started having numb and tingling arms, legs, hands and feet. Went to the ER because the symptoms came on so fast. Went to my GP and neurologist who prescribed gabapentin. Iím now 6 weeks out since the vaccine and I donít see any improvements.
Sounds awful. Hang in there.

Is that even listed in the side-effects? If not, maybe get this listed? I'm sure there is a place you can get the side-effects, especially the more unusual ones, listed.

In Belgium they collect them, and if they are serious enough they will get put through to the EU's list of side-effects. I don't have the sites on hand, but it's out there.
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Yes, I reported this both to the VAERS system and called Moderna themselves to report it. Moderna said that their medical team would call me back and of course they never did.

Sadly, stories like mine are being hushed up by the mainstream media.
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Hello Prince227

Sorry to hear you may have had an adverse reaction to the COVID Moderna vaccine.
If you feel this was definitely a vax reaction, you should persist in contacting Moderna again and al the CDC/FDA as it is my understanding that the latter do take adverse reports very seriously - as can be noted from the current pause with the J&J vax after only 6 in 6.8MILLION reports of cerebral clots!

Here is the CDC link related to adverse effects :
What to Do if You Have an Allergic Reaction After Getting A COVID-19 Vaccine | CDC

I do think there needs to be caution with making a rather broad statement about"hushing up" adverse reactions by the "mainstream media" as this is unsubstantiated - Just look at their coverage on this J&J situation!
Did you report your reaction to a media source? If not, can they therefore be accused of "hushing it up"?

From what I see in your post you reported to Moderna and on the VAERS system - and therefore they should have it documented.
Again, my suggestion would be that you report this directly to CDC/FDA (Call 800-CDC-INFO (800-232-4636) and ask for the Clinician On-Call Center)
and contact Moderna again to remind them no-one from their physician team has contacted you yet.
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More and more info is coming out daily on the negatives of the vaccines and a local MD who talks on one of local radio programs, made the comment that he believes the J&J will NOT be back.

I knew a long time ago I would not do any of them.
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Had first Pfizer vaccine shot 2 weeks ago.
On 5th day my PN got MUCH worse.
Will not have second shot.
Will stay with blue surgeon mask over
white respirator in crowded places.
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For Kevin: Your best support is working on your own immune system, Vit C, Vit D, Zinc, Grape Seed Extract and others....Glad you are not going forward with 2nd jab.
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