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A.B. – South Carolina

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Describe the symptoms and the timeline of the reaction.


I received 4 doses of Moderna in total

I had to repeat the vaccine due to timing with an infusion I am treated with for autoimmune disease Rheumatoid arthritis bloodwork showed no antigen so I was told to repeat vaccine. I was admitted to er approximately one month after 4 th shot

I went to bed absolutely fine woke up in the night couldn’t walk dizzy incontinent confused

This persisted and worsened including headache nausea lower back pain extreme fatigue. For 3 days before going to e.r. I had to be wheeled in with wheelchair. They ran multiple bloodwork

Xrays and ct scans urinalysis I was seen by infectious disease Dept and hematologist four days of iv liquids and antibiotics my wbc went from 1 to 3

I was cleared for release with no diagnosis

My wbc was a 10 when Prior to when received the last of four covid shots the fatigue is still an issue 10 days after release from er

This mystery illness I believe was caused by Moderna covid vaccine

-A.D. - South Carolina"

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