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From a reader whose wife suffered severe post-mRNA vaginal bleeding
This note is both heartfelt and hard to read on several levels - but worth your time. It captures the frustration we all feel
Sometimes a personal story captures the truth more accurately than all the data in the world. (Posted unedited, with a couple of comments in brackets)
I am a proud owner of Pandemia and a paid subscriber to your stack. I have to admit occasionally I've left the stacks unread in the inbox because I've almost completely moved on from the outrage and I don't see any apologies coming nor do I expect them to any day soon. [I HEAR YOU.]
Vaccines really split the family dynamic as my in-laws were all-in and my sister-in-law (college-aged) just proudly announced she got boosted (yes...in 2023...didn't realize that could be done).
I've tried to ignore it, but one thing makes it hard to forget: my wife was badly injured through extreme vaginal bleeding (she is under 40).
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It lightly messed up her period after the first shot, then really cranked up after the second until the worst of it peaked on month 7 after the second shot. It was so bad, she was cold to the touch, slurring her words and couldn't walk.
We made it through that scary night by putting her in a warm bath and bed and keeping a very close eye on her until she improved. She immediately saw our GP after recovering, she had with her a list of all the side effects she had experienced and how they correlated to each shot of the Pfizer vaccine. He assured her it couldn't be the vaccine, because, "They are perfectly safe." [NOT JUST SAFE. “PERFECTLY SAFE.”]
After being yelled at by the receptionist at her obgyn's office for openly questioning the vaccine, she was able to get someone else on the phone to make her an appointment.
The first question from her Gyno: "Did you get a Pfizer vaccine? Yeah, we are seeing a lot of this." OK, FINALLY! When my wife asked what she could do about it, her gyno said nothing and the next time it gets like that she needs to go to the ER. One final question from my wife, "So do you report this to the FDA or CDC?" Her gyno, "No, we don't report these cases, because it may discourage others from getting vaccinated." [SO ONE DOCTOR DIDN’T KNOW. THE OTHER PRETENDED NOT TO KNOW. WHICH IS WORSE? I FIND MYSELF ASKING THIS QUESTION OVER AND OVER.]
I could go on for hours, this makes me so incensed! My wife hasn't fully recovered almost two years later. It has totally changed her monthly period. It lasts longer and the flow is much more intense.
But we manage it with iron (lots more red meat and leafy greens in the new diet!) and she often takes WFH days if she can instead of going to the office. We'd rather rework the diet and schedule than visit the friendly neighborhood ER! All of it has had a big impact on her. None of it has made it into any study or official record. [OF COURSE NOT. YET THE VACCINE ADVOCATES PRETEND THE REAL PROBLEM WITH VAERS IS THAT SIDE EFFECTS ARE OVERREPORTED.] We wouldn't want to promote vaccine hesitancy after all!