Australia Jab Injuries – Monique Morley – From Queensland, Australia
By Jab Injuries Global
Note — I am not anti-vaccine. I wanted to wait to post this because it’s all been a bit much but I feel like now I can.
I’m sharing my story hoping to help others not feel so alone, to bring awareness that this is real. It does happen — it’s not rare anymore. I’m sharing this so that maybe you’ll think twice before having that argument with a friend or loved one about their choices and choose to be kind instead of thinking you know better — this is my story.
Fifteen minutes after my first vaccination, I started to fit uncontrollably for forty-five minutes. The doctor and nurse told me its not on the website so it was unrelated and not to go to hospital as it’s so overrun. The recommendation was to go home and rest — I have no prior history of fits. The next day, I was on my lounge when it started again. Jaw lock, clammy, heart palpitations, blurry vision, full body cramps — no, this wasn’t a panic attack. Scared, I called for someone to come over. Soon after, I experienced another uncontrollable fit but this one laster one and a half hours and it affected my speech, also. Tom had to watch helpless while we waited for the ambulance. It was so humiliating and so painful. I can’t even explain it. Absolutely traumatic. They too said they couldn’t explain it and handle really seen it. I wasn’t anxious. I wasn’t having a panic attack. No one knew what I was but there was something seriously wrong but I was just told to go to hospital only to be dismissed again after eight hours. That was the hardest part. A day passed with more chest pains and I couldn’t breathe properly or walk very far. I was so fatigued. Something was seriously wrong. I called multiple doctors on healthline who said to go straight back to hospital. I did and after twelve hours or so, I was sent home as they took aren’t sure what to do. So, I went to sleep that night and unfortunately woke up at 4:30am to a heart attack. Alone — another 000 call and straight back to hospital. There was damage to my heart and inflammation of my heart/sack and fluid. I was diagnosed with pericarditis from the echo. It’s been a few weeks now and my world has been turned upside down.
I was at such a loss. All my symptoms were unrelated but now I have damage to my heart and fluid in my heart sack and diagnosed pericarditis? It’s just so defeating having everyone tell you that it’s not related when it is. I won’t continue too much on the trauma side of things because I don’t want to focus on that but I want to share with you all how I’m recovering since I’m getting so many messages and comments asking the same things so I feel it’s my responsibility to share it here so it stays available to anyone who needs to see it.
I’ve been talking to many health professionals who have given me better advise than “just take nurofen.” In times like this, we need to be there for each other even if we don’t agree. This is a scary time for many. So, please be kind. Even if you don’t agree. The world needs all the love it can get.
I’m trying my best to stay positive but today wasn’t the best day. I had another episode with my heart and another with my brain. Honestly, it’s just so frightening and overwhelming. Back in hospital for more blood tests, chest scans, and referrals to see more specialists with more tests. I wish it was more answers but unfortunately it’s more: “I don’t knows.”
I really hope the companies will start putting some of their billion dollar profits into research so we can get answers, so we can get help.
I spoke to the Morrison Government today and they told me there is not support right now and there won’t be this year. The grant posted is an expression of interest and that’s it.
So where does that leave us? Alone? Vulnerable? Exhausted?
All we can do is be there for each other and have compassion even if we don’t agree. Listen. Let others be heard.
This is a gentle reminder: just because someone looks fine doesn’t necessarily mean they are. There are so many people putting on brave faces, which is even more reason to be kind, to love, to have compassion.
Stay safe everyone and please, at the very least, be kind to one another. You really don’t know what someone’s going through.