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T.M. – Nebraska

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"After my second Moderna vaccine- the same day, I developed a migraine that didn't respond to any of my usual over the counter medication. I have had migraines in the past but this one was different. It was only in my left eye, lower left quadrant of vision and over the course of the day it changed from a box that wiggled, to a flashing red and then green light. Now it remains flashing every few seconds. I have seen my primary care doctor, my optometrist, and two ophthalmologists, who reported my eye is healthy and not causing this issue. I tried a standard migraine medication which didn't help. I am now waiting for my upcoming appointment with a neurologists. We reported this to the pharmacist who reported it to the CDC. We also reported it to our local health district. We attempted to go to Mayo but they only offered a possible appointment with an optometrist. This is not debilitating but very concerning and at the very least a nuisance. I am very concerned about getting a future booster and probably won't. I am a 60 yr old male with no other health concerns.

T.M. - Nebraska"

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