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K.S. – Florida

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I was hospitalized with COVID for 1 week in December 2021. It took several months to return to normal and on the advice of my physician I received the fist Moderna injection on June 4, 2021. It was administered at a local pharmacy. Approximately 40 minutes later pain at the injection site migrated into my shoulder and into my neck. I developed a migraine type headache followed by chills, fever, nausea and vomiting which persisted for 7 days. I then developed chronic fatigue, muscle soreness and weakness. I now have neuropathy in my arms and legs. I suffer bouts of ocular migraines, cluster headaches and debilitating bouts of brain fog. I am 72 and was in good health and active before the injection. I have constant neuropathy and facial tingling. I did not return for a second injection. My Primary Care Physician has been dismissive on the cause and effect related to the vaccine. He is on a path of eliminating other maladies. It has been a constant struggle to find sources for reporting adverse reactions. It seemed as though no one cared or would take time to listen. I am thankful to have found this source of information. Perhaps it will assist in some way to finding a path to healing.

-K.S. - Florida"

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