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Vaccine Injury of Robyn Handsman

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

Perfect no issues

Describe the symptoms and the timeline of the reaction.

Took 1st dose 5:00 PM on 9/15/21 at 8:00 am Friday morning my hands and arms were numb and tingling. My blood pressure the day before shot was 120/80 10 days earlier in drs office 110/70. My blood pressure by Sunday night was 211/110 - the blood pressure stayed that high for months even on 2 medications I wasn’t on any medications before the shot. I had horrible pain below my rib cage for 2-3 months swollen nymph nodes issues with my eyes. When I finally realized my blood pressure issues were from food I was able to go off medications. I’ve had accidental issues when I eat gluten and don’t know it blood pressure goes from 100/60’s to 220/110 within 40 minutes even today. I need to fix this issue since it’s life threatening. I had a urine sample take. On 9/17/21 and then 5 days later - the protein in my urine went from 0 to kidneys weren’t functioning correctly. I now have slight blockage in the left kidney. Everything that went bad pain, lump on breast and swollen nymph nodes were on same side as the Moderna shot

What would you like others to know?

The vaccine isn’t safe or effective

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