Australia Jab Injuries – Valerie – From Australia
By Jab Injuries Global
This was so hard for me to open up about, but I felt it was important to do so.
On Wednesday, October 13th 2021, I got my first Pfizer dose. A few hours later, I had heart palpitations, body aches, and felt feverish. Later that night, I had chest pains and was struggling to breath, so I went to the emergency room with my mum. After a long wait, I was told that I had pericarditis — inflammation of the sac around the heart. I was sent home and advised to take nurofen for the pain. The next dew days, I felt weak, tired, and out of breath constantly. I was too exhausted to do anything and still had chest pains.
Three days later on a Saturday, I suddenly felt my wrists and ankles feel “heavy”/weak and my hands and feet began to ache. I was unable to walk and move my hands much due to the pain and at times, my feet would get numb. My GP prescribed me with painkillers but unfortunately, it didn’t help. Seeing that my feet were the worst, I was referred back to the hospital.
My feet and lower legs were cold to the touch, ached at every movement, and felt like they were being pricked at when I tried to take a step. After a six hour wait in the emergency room, we were called in and at this point, my feet and lower legs were numb from sitting so long.
The first two doctors that saw me didn’t know what was going on but told me my condition was not from the Pfizer vaccine. It was unrelated to my nerves and blood and that it was: “All in my head.” Yes. Those were his exact words. I didn’t feel like I was getting any help at this point. However, after another doctor saw I as struggling to walk, they admitted me to stay overnight to run some tests and find the cause.
Three days later, my doctor and neurologist confirmed I had neuropathy in my hands and feet — a side effect from my Pfizer dose that may last four to six weeks.
I didn’t have any major health concerns prior. I loved being outdoors and keeping active. I got the jab so I could work, despite me being anxious about it, and now I’m able to work because of it.
Thank you all for your love and prayers during this time. I’m currently recovering from home, doing check-ups with my GP every few days but still experiencing chest pain, and struggling to walk due to the pain but I know God is by my side.
Solely doing this to create awareness.