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C.W. – North Carolina

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"I received my 1st shot July 1st. I was advised by my doctor to wait and receive my vaccine until I was able to be in a medical setting. Over the last few years I’ve had a few allergic reactions to medications so we both thought it was best to be monitored just in case. 2 min after receiving the shot my throat and nasal cavity started burning like I had chewed on peppercorns. My throat never closed so I went to work and took an antihistamine. The next day I felt fine. 48 hours after my shot, I started feeling sick, hives started on my neck and I started bleeding. The next morning I woke up to hives on my left side, large hot hives on my legs and butt, I felt so sick with a migraine fatigue, and aches and pains. My bleeding became hemorrhaging. I developed chest pains and upper left abdominal pains. After a few days I felt better, but hives were still around and I hemorrhaged for about 8 days. It’s been 2 weeks and hives started now on my right side and numbness in my right hand. My doctor and I both agree that I shouldn’t get my 2nd Vaccine.

-C.W. - North Carolina"

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