Did You Experience Any of These Side Effects After the COVID-19 Vaccine?

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Up to this point, almost 138 million Americans have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine. Maybe you’re also one of them, and with so much troubling news regarding all COVID-19 vaccines, perhaps you just don’t know what to believe anymore.

Most of us, regardless of age, are concerned about COVID-19 vaccines’ side effects. And we are worried for good reasons since blood clotting incidents and anaphylaxis cases were reported all over the country. Everything sounds terrifying, but when we take a closer look at the numbers, the worst side effects from COVID-19 seem nothing…

For instance, there were 15 blood-clot cases related to Johnson & Johnson’s COVID-19 vaccine, and as many as 100,000 people die of blood clots every single year. People die of blood clots whether they got the COVID-19 vaccine or not. That’s the sad truth.

So, what could happen after receiving a COVID-19 shot? (We will answer that and so much more on the NEXT pages.)

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2 thoughts on “Did You Experience Any of These Side Effects After the COVID-19 Vaccine?”

  1. I had the Pfyzer vaccine back in January and only had one dose because I had a very bad reaction. I was fine but about 5 hours after I just could not get any air in my lungs. I couldn’t breathe in at all. This definitely was not at all like an asthma attack. I have asthma and a lot of allergies (mostly medical) so can’t use an inhaler for my problem. I found in a foreign medical journal that regular table salt contains an anti-histimine and after trying I use it for my asthma attacks. It really does open up my airway so I can breathe. I used this method for my problem with the vaccine. I had to use a lot of salt but it did open up my airway. Also I used a nebulizer with saline solution which helped even more. That got me breathing normal again but I still had a swollen and sore arm, stomach problems, slightly elevated temperature with headache for a total of 3 days. After that I was fine but I would not have made it to the hospital at all if I called 911!! The salt saved my life but it was very scary!! Therefore, I did not get the 2nd shot. It was not recommended. I did report this to the cdc as they contacted me and wanted the info.

  2. I and my wife had the maderna, both shots, I was concerned because of all the chemo I had for cancer(non-hodgins lymphoma) but my arm got red and a little stiff, no worse than a flu shot, my wife was bothered more for a couple of days. We are both 80 +.

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