Accessibility Tools

Skip to main content

J.H. – Pennsylvania

Tagged with: 

Describe the symptoms and the timeline of the reaction.


I had the J and J vaccine on May 19, 2021. I woke during the night with ""typical"" side effects. I had fever, body aches, chills, muscle aches. Then the next day seemed better but then the 2nd day after, I started having intense ear and head pain/pressure. Neck pain as well.Such bad pressure I could hardly function. Strange muscle pains in legs too. Felt like bubbles. Now, 3 months later, I still have all those pains in addition to facial/cheek/jaw numbness along with intense pain. I have been to an ENT, said ears are fine. I have had an MRI and that came out clear. I am being treated with Effexor for migraines. Follow up in a couple more weeks once I am on the full dose. I am seeing a PCP next week for more blood work. This has been pure torture since May 19, We have all been scammed and are human guinea pigs. And to boot, I also got Covid a month ago. I wish I had never been duped into believing this would help. I am miserable and wish I could go back to May 18, 2021 and NEVER have taken this POISON.

-J.H. - Pennsylvania


  • I certify that the statements made in the above submission are true and correct to the best of my knowledge, information and belief.
  • I agree to allow React 19 to share my testimonial publicly on its website, social media, or webinar platforms. I further understand that my testimonial will be posted publicly and React 19 cannot prevent third-parties from sharing it once public.
  • I agree to notify React 19 immediately should I discover inaccuracies in my testimonial in order to maintain the integrity of React 19's advocacy platform.
The individual experience shared above is offered for informational purposes only. React19 neither endorses nor recommends any treatment(s) noted therein. React19 does not diagnose medical conditions, offer treatment advice, treat illnesses, or prescribe medicine or drugs. It is strongly recommended that, prior to acting upon any information gleaned from a shared experience, you first consult a physician.