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 04-17-2021, 01:47 AM #21
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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.
Hey Prince227,

I'm sorry to read of your woes. Have you considered writing to the editor of a reputable newspaper? Your reaction is newsworthy and the lack of response even more so.

Personally, with a history of Peripheral Neuropathy, I've had 2 Pfizer jabs with nothing more than a sore shoulder for a day after the first and less than that following the second.
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Hi Atticus,

Yes, I try to write responses to various stories online about the vaccine describing my experience.

Everyone should go to the VAERS website and check out the reported vaccine effects reported by people. That’s the only way to get a sense of how many people have had various effects to the vaccine.

I am by no means an ‘anti-vaxxer’, and no one was more excited than me to get the vaccine. However, I think it’s important for people to know what can and does happen to some people that get the vaccines.
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Old 04-23-2021, 04:05 AM #23
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My dad got an invite (over 70, so 65+ crowd) here in Belgium. Normally they said they would invite you 2 weeks in advance, so you could confirm the dates in all ease, etc.

My dad got the invite 3 working days before he had to go! And there was no getting through by phone. So we did it online, turned out he had AstraZeneca, and he was having... none of it, with even greater cases (over 200 right now, granted more have been vaccinated with it) of clotting reported for that one, over the J&J. Here in the EU it has been approved, BTW.

He immediately turned it down!

My mom got the invite well in advance, for Pfizer. She has set back the dates one time, because she just isn't sure of it all. Her mother had a bad thrombosis and was left half paralyzed. She just... not with the Pfizer one, but with vaccines in general, thinks there are too many bad things coming out.

I think, personally, haven't had an invite yet, that vaccines have to be "on point". Yes, side-effects are normal, but not clotting to the point of death. What do you call all these dead people? Collateral damage? These are people's parents, kids, spouses. And yes, Covid is dangerous too, but my gut is saying I rather protect well and take that chance than get a fixed death date in the mail... If that makes any sense.

Guys, I can't "reason" my way out of this. I just feel awful, because I like to be vaccinated, I have had my vaccines in my life. Not anti-vaccination here at all. But this? The way this is going? A little much for me!
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I have to say this, I had my first shot (Pfizer) last Saturday. And I'm fine. I had no side-effects, at all. Yes a somewhat sore upper arm the next day and the day after but it went away very quickly. I don't feel a thing now, and we're the first Wednesday after the shot. Yeah. If you have a choice, get Pfizer, that would be my recommendation.

An uncle of mine (over 70) got AstraZeneca and got sick immediately after the shot, and had to be on bed rest for 3 days. It was like having a bad case of the flu, but after 3 days it went, so yes, it is a side-effect.

Now we all got a leaflet after vaccination, with a link to a site on it where you can report these side-effects. Pretty serious one if you ask me.

If I had been "assigned" AZ or J&J, I would have just plain refused!

My mom also got Pfizer (also same as me). And my dad got AZ and plain refused.

I mean the death toll on these, both AZ & J&J is not normal. If a vaccine isn't on point (and more than one deaths by now is *not* on point), I don't want it!

Now there's even rumors of giving you a different 2nd shot than the first one. So mixing the vaccines.

It's just a rumor, mind you, and I hope it stays one. Politicians should not mess with meds, that's up to the medical field. Stay in your lane. Right?
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I do no vaccines and I'm 82 and work to keep my own natural immune system strong and healthy. I could say a lot more but it won't.

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I do no vaccines and I'm 82 and work to keep my own natural immune system strong and healthy. I could say a lot more but it won't.

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We all have our opinions. I am not against vaccination, not one bit, I have to say that much, but I dislike vaccinations that are not "on point".

AZ has not been OK'd by the FDA, and to me that is telling! In the EU we have had over 220 deaths, if it doesn't amount to almost 300 right now (they no longer give out the total number for... obvious reasons). But I caught that when they published it.

To me that is not a risk worth taking.

If I had been offered AZ or J&J, I would have declined. And gone my merry way, masking and protecting like I did before. Still doing that, with the vaccine!!!

Luckily I got Pfizer.

Definitely hoping my dad gets another shot at the Pfizer one or the Moderna one.
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I'm 76 years old (77 in 4 weeks). I had the first Moderna April 7 with no reaction at all. The second was May 5, and I again had no reaction.
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Just talking to a friend and he's tried so hard to NOT to have his mom and dad get the vaccines, but they did and now he's saying mom is being told she may have ALS. She's also used aspertame all her life and he says that can also cause ALS....

Then yesterday a man called in a health program I listen to and he's been dealing with Macular Degeneration for many years and says his sight is worse since vaccine....he was asking the MD what she thought and she said so so much unknown on these unapproved rushed vaccines....

So....Take your Chances....I will NOT.
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Get this.

3 weeks on the *dot* after my mom's 1st Pfizer shot, she came down with shingles in her eye. The blisters are up her forehead and in the upper waterline (little pit of the eye and other corner). Yeah. That.

She will not be getting that 2nd shot. Doctor said, you have to be rid of this, and then still give it 2 weeks before the 2nd shot, and the system in Belgium is not designed that you can still log in to change that 2nd shot date. So now she has to call into that center, which is terribly busy!

She was bedridden all yesterday, so Saturday In so much pain that I let her have one of my sublingual buprenorphine tablets at the very end of the day. I had to see this the entire day, debating with myself whether or not it would be the right thing to do. But I did. She accepted it. And about half an hour later she was up and out of bed and she could not even lift her head out the pillow before.

Guys, I don't mess around with pain medicine, believe you me! I am *very* protective of my medication, but I could no longer take it. She was in agony.

She had gone to the doctor Friday, but it wasn't our regular GP, but the replacement doctor. And I think he might have underestimated the pain she was in & gonna be in.

I mean Friday she could still drive to the pharmacy to pick up her eye ointment (which is a bust, she can't tolerate it - it burns like the dickens), and the next day: totally bedridden.

She is on the couch today. Like yesterday, when I let her have one of my tablets.

I don't just give these out to people, trust me (oh no I don't), but my mom was a different matter altogether.

So yep...

Talk about a "side-effect".

That's lowered immune system if ever I saw it. It should strengthen right, not lower?
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Sorry to hear of what mother is going thru, I've heard so many side effects from the vaccines and the latest I've just read is nosebleeds and lumps appearing on the body and underarm. They are not for me. I'm 83 soon and work to keep a strong immune system as that is the real protection for the viruses...all types.
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