A mother of three from Nashville, Tennessee, was paralyzed and unable to walk after receiving her second dose of the Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine, and doctors are unsure when she can regain use of her legs.
Brandy Parker McFadden began experiencing a “unusual feeling” in her legs, which progressed to “a terrible neck pain that just kept getting worse and worse.”
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“She was crying in pain,” her husband James Mcfadden said. She has a stoic demeanor about her. That was the source of the feeling of impending doom.”
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After that, Brandy Parker-McFadden was rushed to the hospital, where doctors started to panic. “I awoke,” says the narrator. I’m unable to move my muscles. I’m unable to lift my legs. As a result, he’s flipping out. Brandy Parker-McFadden said, “The doctors are panicking.”
James McFadden recalled, “I’m holding her hand, and her hand is limp during the whole thing as she’s crying in agony, and all the test results are coming back negative.”
“All of these effects are temporally linked to the COVID vaccine, raising concern for a vaccine reaction, which has been reported to VAERS (Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System) for investigation,” according to Brandy Parker-medical McFadden’s reports from the Vanderbilt hospital.
Parker-McFadden has regained the ability to wiggle and move her toes after spending ten days in the hospital, and she expects to walk again someday with the help of intensive physical therapy.
“To date, more than 200 million people around the world have been vaccinated with our vaccine,” Pfizer said in a statement to WKRN News 2 following the incident.
It’s important to remember that significant adverse effects unrelated to the vaccine are likely to happen at the same pace as they would in the general population.”
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