Side Effects From C-19 Vaccine: Skin Problems, Neuropathy, Paralysis Of All Parts! More Than 500,000 Adverse Reactions!

CDC claims that C-19 vaccines are safe and effective. There aren’t discussions, questions, and variations. If you explore a little bit, you will realize that CDC claims there are problems but are rare! However, the Biden administration forces people to get the vaccine.

There’s a reason why we call doctors practicing medicine. It isn’t about science only. It’s linked to their personal skill and knowledge of particular medical professionals about technical apps variations and dimensions that can be described as art!

Join The True Defender Telegram Chanel Here:

That’s why people ask for a second opinion when diagnosed with severe medical diagnosis.

At the end of September, we have 569,294 side effects in the USA, with 2,433,730 symptoms. They are in the CDC’s VAERS! The injuries didn’t occur to 569,294 different people, but those were incidents disclosed. It means that one person may have experienced multiple complications, and the problems weren’t registered.

Regardless of the registration, 8,164 people died as a consequence of the vaccine. Other side effects include:

  • Problems with body temperature — 226,457
  • Skin problems — 174,793
  • Issues regarding movement, muscle, nerve, neuropathy, numbness and paralysis — 164,200
  • Reactions at the site of injection — 121,538
  • Headaches — 111,549
  • Heart problems — 79,012
  • Respiratory or lung problems — 77,976
  • Abdominal problems — 40,415
  • Catching COVID after being vaccinated — 34,589
  • Blood clots or bleeding, including in the heart and in the brain — 32,023
  • Mood or memory problems — 31,720

According to the analysis, the C-19 vaccination “does not necessarily mean they were caused by the vaccine. The system is designed to collect adverse events that occur after vaccination to uncover any patterns of illnesses that were not captured during vaccine studies.”

VAERS databases are made by many people, health care professionals, patients, or their families. They are subjective but not verified.

Many conflicts exist if the side effects are underreported. Many scientists say that they are, and other individuals doubt the claim.

Tabulations of side effects of the vaccine aren’t limited to the U.S. only. Worldwide, hundreds of thousands of reports of symptoms of functional neurological issues were reported in women older than 30.

“FND Symptoms can include limb weakness, paralysis, tremor, spasms, problems walking, speech problems, tingling, vision loss, seizures, fatigue, anxiety, chronic pain, memory symptoms, and blackouts,” the outlet said.

“Earlier this month, the Pfizer COVID-19 mRNA vaccine was found to be associated with an increased risk of lymphadenopathy, swelling or inflammation of lymph nodes according to a real-world case-control study from Israel.”

Furthermore, 5,273 facial paralysis reports were marked, 696 Guillain-Barre Syndrome paralysis from J&J shot.

There is some relation between the Pfizer and Moderna vaccine with acute central nervous system demyelination.

“Demyelinating diseases damage the protective covering surrounding nerve fibers in the brain, optic nerves, and spinal cord, causing neurological problems,” Just the News reported. “Ages ranged from 24 to 64 years old.
“Four patients were ultimately diagnosed with exacerbation of their stable M.S. Two were diagnosed with new cases of M.S. One was diagnosed with neuromyelitis optica.”

“An analysis of the VAERS database shows more than 650 related reports, including M.S.”

Israeli examination stated that the Pfizer vaccine tripled the possibility of myocarditis, and FDA warned about the Pfizer and Moderna vaccine and their increased risk of heart inflammation. Until June, there were more than 1,200 cases of heart inflammation in young people who got the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines.

However, by the end of August, the heart inflammations were more than five times the CDC reported.
According to the U.K.’s Daily Telegraph, teenage boys are six times more likely to develop heart problems from the Pfizer and Moderna shots than they are to get COVID.

Moreover, more than 32,000 reports of blood clots were reported. CDC assured the safety of the mRNA shots, but a couple of months ago, there was a brief suspension of the J&J vaccine due to blood clots.

The CDC said, although there was a suggestion of “an increased risk of a rare adverse event called thrombosis with thrombocytopenia syndrome (TTS). Most reports of this serious condition, which involves blood clots with low platelets, have been in adult women younger than 50 years old.”

According to them, the benefits outweigh the risk.

A JAMA editorial recommended women under 50 avoid the J&J shot, Just the News reported, adding that “many countries have restricted vaccines in people under age 65, 60 or 50 due to reports of blood clots in young people.”

C-19 vaccines providers created products that are related to menstrual cycle issues due to 10,318 reported cases. The CDC also stated that pregnant women could take the vaccine; just the News noted that in the VAERS system, there were 1,800 reported issues.

The Western Journal reported, “there were 1,803 reports of anaphylactic reaction or shock and, according to Israeli research, 6,339 reports of increased risk of herpes infection. There were additionally 926 reports of appendicitis following the shots, Just the News reported.

And to top it all off, despite receiving the mRNA shots, people are still getting COVID, as demonstrated by results in Israel.

Of 514 people hospitalized in Israel in mid-August, 59 percent were fully vaccinated, according to Becker’s Hospital Review.

Israel in August had two high rates: Israelis were among the most vaccinated people globally (about 78 percent) and had the highest COVID infection rate. This disconnect was seen as declining effectiveness of the mRNA shots, Becker’s Hospital Review noted.”

That’s why the booster shot emerged, besides the reservations by the U.S. health officials who say that it will have only little effect.

However, if you are a senior citizen and have specific comorbidities, you should get the vaccine to reduce the symptoms. But, it is for the obesity patients.

The Wester Journal Twitter

Addison Wilson

A passionate teacher in English Language and Literature ready to give her best! Developing and implementing diverse curriculums covering a wide range of subjects. With my problem-solving skills, every job will be easily completed, so punctuation is my strength. Highly skilled at motivating students through positive encouragement and reinforcement of concepts via interactive classroom instruction and observation. My working style fits every personality type, so it makes me a great team player. I have completed numerous journalistic projects successfully, so digging for further information is my field. Fighter for freedom of speech! The truth must be revealed!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Related Articles

Back to top button

Adblock Detected

For continue reading on the site please disable the Ad-block