Vaccine Injuries – Jefflin Breuer

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First Dose of Moderna in 01/2021

Second Dose of Moderna in 02/2021

Third Dose of Moderna in 11/2021

Washington State

50 yrs old

Q: What was your life like before you got the vaccine?

I was active, working as a nanny and homesteading 5 acres. I danced and walked everyday, taking care of two toddlers and just living my life.

Q: Would you like to share your reasons for getting vaccinated?

I believe in science and I did it to protect myself and my family from the virus.

Q: What was your reaction, symptoms, & timeline?

After the first dose I got very sick with chills, pain, and a high fever. I was weak for a month after. I got a swollen lymph node in my armpit and a rash all over my chest and neck. A few days after, I realized I couldn’t put my right arm behind my back to unhook my bra. My joints were aching and painful. I had dizzy spells that kept me from standing up. I got my second dose and same reaction, very sick with a fever and chills. From that point I just felt weak and tired. I started falling down, my knees just gave out. I couldn’t sit on the ground and get up without help, and climbing stairs became very difficult. That summer I was very tired and thought I was getting heat stroke. I was still falling often. I then started to have a hard time getting up from chairs. This was during a surge in Covid cases so I did a few telehealth appointments and nothing came of those. I became less and less mobile. I felt extremely run down and my hair started falling out in clumps. I asked my doc for a blood panel for thyroid stuff and found out my thyroid was low. In September I started thyroid meds. In November I had my booster and it knocked me out. I was so sick after that, I asked my doctor for a blood panel for inflammation. That’s when I found out my creatinine kinase was 5000 and my muscles were breaking down. I went in to a local ER and they asked me when I’d had the booster. I told them and they told me that the vaccine is doing this to people. I had more blood work that showed I have Hashimoto’s and elevated liver enzymes. Things just got worse from there and in March of 2022 my CK levels went up to 9000 and I lost the ability to walk. I’m still bedbound and am waiting to see a rheumatologist to get a diagnosis of what they suspect is polymyositis.

Q: What is your life like now, after getting the vaccine?

I’m just here. I can’t participate in life the way I did before. I’m stuck in bed wondering if I’ll ever walk again. I’m hopeful but also it’s overwhelming and exhausting to be in this state. < continue reading