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Sally Harris

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

Very healthy and normal for my age. Some arthritic pain.

Describe the symptoms and the timeline of the reaction.

On Aug.17, 2021 I went to Urgent Care with extreme pain. The next day a urologist reviewed the CT Scan and determined that part of my left kidney had died the previous day. He said that this is usually caused by a blood clot and sent me to a cardiologist. The cardiologist ran all of the tests and found nothing wrong with my heart .

I was then sent to a hematologist that was looking for a blood-clotting disorder, but found nothing.

I have been on daily aspirin ever since and have been recommended by my primary care physician to not receive any more Covid vaccines.

Interestingly, during one of my cardiac tests, the nurse administering the test told me that I was the 6th person to tell her that they suspected the vaccine for a blood clot that went to an organ.

Describe the solutions that helped your symptoms

My pain was treated with Morphine at Urgent Care. Soreness during the following days was treated with pain pill and Tylenol.

Which solutions were not helpful?

being mis-diagnosed with a kidney infection at Urgent Care

What would you like others to know?

That blood clotting can occur with the vaccine and that I am very lucky this clot did not go to my brain.
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