Vaccine Injury of Christina Thomsen
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What was your life like before you received the COVID-19 vaccine?
Before I received the vaccine, life was normal. As normal as it could have been during the Covid times.
Describe the symptoms and the timeline of the reaction.
I received the vaccine on May 7th. I was roughly 10 weeks pregnant. A couple weeks later I started to spot and pass clots. I went to see my doctor right away and she told me the baby was fine, removed more clots and said it was nothing to worry about.
July 9th, I was traveling home, at this time I was living in Georgia. I started to cramp. I was in a hotel room. I was taking baths. Relaxing.
A couple hours later I couldn’t take the pain and went to the hospital. I found out that I had a placenta abruption. I needed to deliver the baby right away. I was only 23 weeks. The baby didn’t make it. When I got the report for the placenta I found out that I had blood clots also. I didn’t really pay attention to it. I was too upset from losing the baby.
Ten months later I was back in the hospital with pulmonary embolism. I had three blood clots in my right lung. This is when I started to really take a look at both events. Thinking that they were linked
Describe the solutions that helped your symptoms
I read an article, a study that showed all these side effects. It’s proved that they could happen and that they knew about them. I really think a helpful solution would be actually telling the public up front and not force a vaccine that could give someone a life long disability.
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