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D.K. – Florida

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I'm a 70 year old man who has been athletic and healthy before and during the pandemic by consuming a nutrient dense diet, bicycling, running, and weight lifting. I felt terrific, and was following standard precautions of masking and social distancing.

After getting the first Modena dose I had a sore injection site, and was tired, but was not concerned as it was the expected reaction. However on day 2 and 3 I started getting unusual white head pimples on my torso front and back, which subsequently became red inflamed patches of skin typically about 2-3"" in size. I went to a dermatologist who diagnosed pityriasis rosea which I had never experienced or heard of to that point. . I was told it has been coming up more frequently as a reaction to the Covid 19 injections, and there isn't much known about it, no known treatment, and would resolve in 2-4 weeks.

It took about 6 weeks, and my energy was suppressed that entire time. I'm doing better now, but I elected not to get the second jab.

-D.K. - Florida"

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