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Darrel Spradlin

Tagged with: Inflammation,

What was your life like before you received the COVID-19 vaccine?

Active. Perfectly healthy. Absolutely no issues at all

Describe the symptoms and the timeline of the reaction.

Severe fatigue, dizzy, lethargic. Bed ridden

Describe the solutions that helped your symptoms

Went to family physician, determined high red blood cell count. Referred to hematologist. Hematologist stated RBC was at 20. Per this determination, Had blood removed out by the liters. Hematologist had numerous tests completed to determine cause of elevated RBC. For example, bone marrow biopsy, stomach ultrasounds, cardiology, pulmonary, EKG testing, only to find nothing wrong-I was told I was very healthy and they simply couldn’t determine why my RBC had suddenly skyrocketed.

What would you like others to know?

I’d like others to know exactly how the vaccine can elevate RBC’s to dangerous levels. No one would listen. Dr’s stated the vaccine was 100% safe and in no way could compromise Red Blood Cells to multiply and even the platelets were “having babies” (that was hematologist quote) I even have a photo of what my arm looked like months after receiving the jab! Attached is photo taken September 1st-had the vaccine April 7th! That’s five months later.
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