Roshana N. // California, USA // Johnson&Johnson



Date of vaccine: 11/30/2021

Date of injury: 11/30/2021




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

Very active, two jobs in the Emergency room. Workout in the gym. Hiked, cooked, bought a new house, was A+ in my Nurse practitioner program classes, took care of my 5 year old son, managed my whole family.


Describe your symptoms and the timeline of your reaction 

20 minutes after the shot I got my heart rate jump up to 160s blurry vision, dizzy, passed out. Woke up in my car. Called 911. Went to the ER and they said “ we are sorry you had a bad reaction to the shot. We don’t know how long it will last”


Describe the solutions that helped your symptoms 

I suffered for 6 months with the symptoms. Then I got help by husband research that Shot might have put me in autoimmune disorder. So I eliminated inflammatory foods such as gluten, all grains, night shades, sugar, dairy. Than I would not get those “ cytokinesis storm” symptoms and feelings anymore or if I would ingest gluten by accident than that storm feeling would happens again and I would be sick for a week again.


Which solutions were not helpful?

My doctors telling me they can’t find anything wrong with me. I was frustrated because this “ storm” feeling is being overlooked at. They are not seeing the Elephant in the room.


What would you like others to know?

That this vaccine is pure poison. The remaining or ongoing symptoms of brain fog, autoimmune issues, feeling dizzy, memory issues, fast heart rate spontaneous are real and COVID shot is the cause.
I become bed bound from being an over achiever 20 minutes after the vaccine. I been purely suffering Financial emotionally and physically.


Story entry number: 128


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