Patients Long COVID
Posted on 7/8/21 7:36 PM
I'm 52 and mentally ill. I have schizo-affective with bipolar depression. I was offered the vaccine through my day program CHEEERS. They called to have Veyo take me both times to STAR WEST and back. I have had both shots of Moderna. Had some soreness in my left leg and my arm for about a couple of days to a week. Nothing major. Mostly tired. I've done it for myself and my loved ones. Will take the booster if and when it's offered.
Posted on 7/13/21 9:15 AM
has anyone thought about the long term affects of these vaccines
Posted on 7/20/21 7:06 PM
I did all the research on my own, pulled raw data from the VAERS website and ran in through sorts and filters of my own so I would have real information. It includes medical notes, autopsy results, vaccine dates, and death information. I sorted through all non related deaths such as suicide, etc. Then I compared year over year vaccine death data for the past 3 years. In the first 6 months alone of the new vaccine being used, all vaccine related deaths are up over 2,000%, that is two thousand percent. Average vaccine related deaths for the last 3 years was 184 people/children for the entire years. The first six months we are over 5,800 deaths. I have decided NOT to get this vaccine, the risks were just too high for me personally and my situation. I actually did have Covid in December and yes I got pneumonia, but recovered almost entirely at home with only a 12 hours stay in the hospital, mostly for observation and making sure antibiotics were effective. Unfortunately, [this content has been moderated by an administrator]. I was shocked to see that [this content has been moderated by an administrator]. I am not taking the chance with my daughters life, she also had Covid in December with my entire household, she had no symptoms, nor did any of my children who had it. My husband recovered in 8 days and his was like the flu. I know every person has different circumstances, this is just how I feel about it. I have Type II diabetes, Asthma, and COPD, and I'm 40. If I worked in healthcare or had someone else who was high risk I cared for then perhaps I'd feel differently. Good luck and well wishes to everyone out there!
Posted on 7/20/21 11:49 PM
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Posted on 7/21/21 5:22 PM
I'm 80 years old. I have Type 2 diabetes and emphysema. As Covid manifests mainly as a respiratory disease, both my endocrinologist and pulmonologist advised that I get the vaccine ASAP as the risks of not getting it are, for me, higher than the risks of the vaccine itself. I'm going with the odds. I already had my first injection and have an appointment for my second. The only side effect I've had is a sore arm at the injection site for a few days but, as far as I'm concerned, it's a small price to pay.
Posted on 8/15/21 1:50 PM
I think it's a scam but worth not risking it.
Posted on 8/15/21 4:09 PM
With both my Primary Physician & my Neurologist recommending I should get it I had no problem making the decision. And was glad to get the vaccine. Now I plan to seek their guidance on the booster. I'll be more than happy to have more protection. 😊
Posted on 8/15/21 7:20 PM
Posted on 8/21/21 5:35 PM
I'm 72 I have cancer, kidney, liver disease, asthma and I'm severely anemic. I had both shots. The only reaction was a sore arm.
Posted on 8/23/21 3:52 AM
I had the Maderna booster shot this week. My doctor said I was eligible being immune compromised & DMT medications. Symptoms similar to my 2nd dose. Sore arm, felt kinda yucky for about day & 1/2 & had some headaches. Nothing that I couldn't handle. Live in Florida and we are a top hot spot as well as the country I live in & 3 counties within a 10 to 30 mile radius.