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M.K. – Colorado

Tagged with: Tremors or Twitching,

Describe the symptoms and the timeline of the reaction.



I was vaccinated on April 8 at a FEMA vaccination center in Colorado. I didn't intend to get the vaccine, but a close relative claimed he was dying and wished to see me but insisted I get vaccinated first. (Later I learned this claim was a ruse to force me to get vaccinated.)

I was sick for two days in bed with strong flu symptoms. My arm ached for a week. By the end of April all the adverse symptoms had subsided so I thought I was ok.

But starting in early May I began to experience nerve and muscle problems in my vaccine arm. My fingers would twitch at night. I couldn't elevate my arm past horizontal. and I couldn't reach across my chest and touch the opposite shoulder with my vaccine arm.

I saw my doctor and asked if this was a vaccine reaction and he was dismissive. He referred me to physical therapy which I did weekly for two months with minimal benefit. My arm still aches.

-M.K. - Colorado"

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