One week after the vaccination of the Pfizer shot, a young woman in her 20s reported that she was frequently urinating. Her family was concerned that she was anxious and wasn’t sleeping well and was concerned that she suffered from kidney disease and irritable bowel. In her family, there isn’t a history of mental illness.
She struggled to communicate and seemed to have difficulty in the motor controls. Blood and urine tests showed that there weren’t any disorders.
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The next day, the woman returned to the hospital, and she complained she heard accusatory voices, the PCR test was negative, but other tests shared two elevated liver enzymes. The blood pressure was up, and her heart was racing, and she was hospitalized.
The following day the woman left her room on her own.
The doctors treated this woman with psychiatric drugs, but she didn’t react very well. One prescription of lithium was tried and then immediately abandoned because she was catatonic.
After that, she was treated with Risperidone and suffered a grand mal seizure.
Her memory was intact, and the woman responded to doctors’ questions but in short sentences.
“The constellation of symptoms (spontaneous defecation, catatonia, sudden encephalopathy without metabolic or infectious findings) coupled with the preliminary CSF results and the history of deterioration after SARS-CoV-2 vaccination led to a strong clinical suspicion of an autoimmune-mediated encephalitis driven by the vaccine,” states the paper written by doctors at the Salk Institute of Biological Studies, Sharp Memorial Hospital.
CSF test said that the diagnosis of Anti-N-methyl-D-aspartate receptor encephalitis represents an autoimmune condition. ANTI-NMDAR encephalitis has been linked with viral illnesses such as Japanese encephalitis, Epstein-Barr virus, and coronavirus.
After ruling out all other potential causes, the woman was given immunoglobulins and rituximab, a medication for autoimmune conditions, and steroid therapy. She improved, and 61 days after the first dose of the Pfizer vaccine, and 45 days in the hospital, she left with minor neurological deficits.
The experts described this as “the first instance of anti-NMDAR encephalitis after receiving the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine,” but there were other similar cases like this one.
In October, one case was shared in Psychiatry Research describes a healthy 31-year old single Hispanic office manager who police took to the emergency room because of erratic and bizarre behavior. The man was anxious, arrogant, and talked with dead people, hearing “people drumming outside his house,”
‘’ The symptoms began a month earlier after he had received the first dose of mRNA-based COVID-19 vaccine, according to the case report from doctors at Stony Brook University and Northport Veteran Administration Medical Center in New York. They had gradually worsened until he was admitted to the hospital’s neurology unit. The following day he was wandering the unit talking to himself, stating that the EEG machine was communicating with him. He was launched onto anti-psychotic medications and his hallucinations and delusions resolved after two days. He was discharged on the medication five days later, and a week later was asymptomatic and back to work.’’ The study explained.
Another case is a 42-year-old man with paranoid delusions that started on the day he had the Pfizer shot. And another 57-year-old man was in a psychiatric emergency unit after he tried to kill himself three days after receiving the Pfizer vaccine.
The phenomenon was reported in children. One report to the US VAERS described when a 13-year-old developed “extremely elevated anxiety, nonstop worries, and fears, irrational thoughts, OCD thoughts, and behaviors.”
Everything started on the day she got the vaccine. The boy had tingling in his limbs and sharp electric jolts of pain in the brain; he lied under a blanked for hours.
Some of the reports ended with suicide.
One 48-year-old woman vaccinated with Pfizer shared that she had a psychotic episode on the same day.
“I literally thought I was going to drive myself and my nephew to Heaven… I left the house without a phone and drove all the way to where my vehicle ran out of gas. I was apprehended by the highway patrol and taken to the local hospital.”
“Why didn’t you all have psychosis as a possible side effect?” she asked.
121,559 psychiatric disorders’
- 29,661 individuals reporting insomnia
- 18,377 reports of anxiety
- 13,904 reports of a “confusional state”
- 11,447 reports of sleep disorders
- 6,234 reports of “nervousness”
- 5,202 people reporting “disorientation”
- 4,463 reports of “acute stress disorder”
- 3,682 people who experienced “restlessness”
- 3,430 people reporting hallucinations
- 3,405 reports of depression
- 3,301 reports of “depressed mood”
- 2,814 “panic attacks”
- 2,444 people who experienced “poor quality sleep”
- 1,883 experiences of “delirium”
- 1,864 people reporting “agitation”
- 1,752 reports of nightmares
- 1,507 people who reported having “abnormal dreams”
- 606 eating disorders
- 365 cases of “psychotic disorder” or “acute psychosis” or “psychotic behavior”
- 226 instances of tic disorder
These are some of the reports.
Life Site News reported not so common reports on VigiBase: ‘’ 213 reports of Near-Death Experience after vaccination, 57 completed suicides, and 25 cases of “exploding head syndrome” – a condition in which people hear a very loud noise like an explosion, gunshot or cymbals clanging as though it is right next to them, usually just as they are falling asleep or waking, but it is not real.’’
“The virus that causes COVID –SARS-CoV- 2 is known to trigger a powerful immune response, which includes the release of large amounts of proinflammatory cytokines,” the NY researchers emphasized. “It has been hypothesized that a COVID-19 triggered cytokine storm may increase the risk of psychosis.”
Furthermore, they cited 42 reported cases of psychosis after the C-19 vaccine. Schizophrenia was linked to it in some recent research.
In 2017, pilot study researchers from Yale University School looked at the vaccine records and realized that the kids with neuropsychiatric conditions like anorexia nervosa, OCD, and tic disorder were more likely to have been recently vaccinated than control children.