My mother Mandy is in her early 60’s and got the Covid vaccine so she could continue to work with the elderly and support her community and family. She wanted to travel in her retirement but now, will likely not be able to.
After the first Moderna, my mother felt a noticeable difference in her energy levels and it was apparent to our family, but we didn’t necessarily make the correlation.
After her second Moderna vaccine, which she delayed getting longer than recommended, she immediately experienced a heightened version of the flu-like symptoms. After her fever dissipated, she dealt with some lethargy and an increasingly sore back. A couple weeks went by and she developed severe vertigo which left her on bed rest for the better part of 10 days.
On September 30, exactly 8 weeks after her second Moderna vaccine, my mother was taken to the hospital for extreme pain down her back and arms. The hospital tested her for numerous things, including meningitis and a spinal tap. The ER doctor after consulting with a neurologist determined my mother’s myelin sheath had a small deterioration and diagnosed her with transverse myelitis. The doctor questioned when she had gotten her Covid vaccine and explained it could be a possible vaccine injury.
At this point, per Vanessa’s Law, the hospital staff should have informed the government and the vaccine manufacturer of a possible adverse reaction, which should have started a thorough investigation. However, that did not happen.
Instead, more tests were performed on my mother to continue to find ANY root cause other than a vaccine injury because everyone is too afraid to confront the system which mandated these things. Transverse myelitis is listed as a known reaction to vaccines, all my mother’s tests came back clear, presenting no symptoms prior to her Covid19 vaccinations.
She’s now disabled for life, having lost mobility in her hands and legs. Her hands are numb, painful, tingly and regularly shake, in addition to severe back pain, headaches, brain fog, confusion, stuttered speech and frequent loss of thought and words.
She has good days and bad days but the only thing she’s been offered for support are opioids which she refuses to take.