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Dan Glassman

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

Before the vaccine, I was an active dad of 4 kids that worked all day and volunteered for my org after work. Health was good, just the typical environmental and food allergies.

Describe the symptoms and the timeline of the reaction.

I took the COVID vaccine on Oct 28, and right away, I started to experience an advert reaction.

Within the hour, I started to get a severe headache, and the outpatient center kept me for over an hour.

Once I got home, the room started to feel like it was moving, as if I was on the train

Within the next few weeks and months, my symptoms developed into the following:

Severe headache/pressure in the head

Severe vertigo

Burning/tingling numbness throughout the body

Severe pain in the spine and extremities

Unsteadiness/loss of balance

Physical exhaustion

Describe the solutions that helped your symptoms


Which solutions were not helpful?

Steroids and pain management prescription which just increased my inability to function and made me very tired
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