Nurses Speak Out #0011, 26/09/2021, Radiographer, Private Practice, Rural
By Staff Reporter
Nurses Speak Out #0011.
Radiographer, Private Practice, Rural.
I work as a Sonographer for a private rural practice. We mostly see outpatients but the occasional patient via ED.
I work three days a week and I would say I see at least one patient per shift with an injury directly related to the vaccine. Some examples:
89 yo F haemathrosis to left shoulder at injection site one week post vaccine.
No blood thinners. Healthy
72 yo F (mother-in-law)
Very healthy, fit. No medical problems.
Profoundly deaf in both ears over a period of days. Had vax 10 months ago. No cause found.
56 yr old M
Testicular ultrasound showed epididymis one week post vax.
Lots of unexplained abdominal pain, headaches, shoulder pain and inability to use arm at injection site.
Hope that’s helpful.
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