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A.C. – Utah

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Minutes after I got the moderna vaccine my arm went numb and I immediately had regret. A week later my arm swelled and turned red and I had a swollen lymph node. Then the numbness got worse and there were days where I felt like my arm was being squeezed so tight and they wouldn’t let go. The numbness, tingling and pricking got worse. I felt like I had pin pricks all over, crawling skin, and pain. The tingling, buzzing sensations were uncomfortable too. The numbness would get so bad in all of my limbs, but the arm and leg on the side I got the vaccine would go dead for whole day sometimes. I felt like I had a dead leg and arm. My hands and feet started to burn and turn bright red. Sometimes they swell too. It turns out it gave me erythromelalgia! It’s so painful and nothing helps. You feel like you’re on fire!!! I didn’t get the second one and I will never get another one again. It’s been 8 months and I’m still suffering! I talk with several other ladies who are dealing with this too and they have additional issues on top of this! All of us speak weekly and regret it!

-A.C. - Utah"

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