Leigh King is a Scottish hairdresser from North Lanarkshire, and she shared her experience with AstraZeneca’s coronavirus vaccine.
King received the vaccine two weeks ago. Because she had severe pain caused by the substances inside the vaccine, she could not look for her 13-year-old autistic son.
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Her statement was: “I have never felt pain like this… and to say it’s been the worst time of my life is an absolute understatement.”
The woman who struggled with the vaccine’s consequences was invited to get the shot because she was the sole caregiver of her 13-year-old son, Aidan. According to her statement, we can conclude that she went to the hospital three times, but they rejected her besides the fact that she could barely walk.
Britain’s drug regulator lists shares side-effects of the AstraZeneca vaccine, affecting up to one in a hundred people, and until today, 3,795 cases have been recorded.
We cannot say for sure if King suffered an allergic reaction to the shot or her rash was due to her immune system’s natural overreaction to the vaccine.
The Pfizer vaccine list doesn’t contain these reactions, but numerous Britons reported these kinds of rashes after receiving that shot.
Until today, more than 34 million vaccines have been administrated in the UK, most of which were from AstraZeneca.
According to British dermatologists, these kinds of rashes that King struggles with could be caused by numerous factors.
NGS England stated that they wouldn’t comment on specific cases, but the vaccines are approved to be used because they met strict standards on quality and safety.
King received the first shot of the Oxford-made vaccine on March 12.
“I am a very healthy person and am not on any medication or anything like that. I am not even in a vulnerable category,”
Kind added, “I only got the vaccine as I am an unpaid carer for my son who has autism and mobility issues. But I haven’t even been able to care for him since I got the vaccine as I am in such pain. ”
She said that since the symptoms appeared, King waited for 48 hours so she could look for a doctor’s help. Then, her journey starts, the doctors rejected her three times, and now she waits to be checked by a dermatologist.