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Christina Kuczora

What was your life like before you received the COVID-19 vaccine?

Pleasant life - retired.

Describe the symptoms and the timeline of the reaction.

In spring started showing light chains on blood test- didn’t know what caused. After 2nd booster in July 22, approx 1 week later had trouble breathing, cold sores reactivated, heart palpitations, high blood pressure which I have never had previous In all my 70 years, problems sleeping, tingling in my feet and legs, swollen underarm lymph nodes, brain fog and I swear I am losing brain power.

Describe the solutions that helped your symptoms

Only suspected I had a vaccine reaction - all is pretty hushed up and hidden on Google till I found a YouTube video by a fellow named Shawn and then this site. There were all my symptoms! It confirmed my worst fears. As I am soon to be 71 with autoimmune issues and other illnesses I am quite freaked out now. So far haven’t tried anything but magnesium - plan on getting CoQ-10. I have laid in the sun each afternoon 15-20 min and feel it helps with sleep. I also, before all this was an intermittent faster and continue to be so.

What would you like others to know?

Vaccine reactions are real! Older vaccinated folks who suddenly pass away after vaccination may have died from a bad reaction.
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