Mother and wife Claudia C. recounted her story on the vaccine injury website Symptosi, which reports people's experiences after being injected with the COVID-19 vaccines. Prior to her vaccine injuries, Claudia was a healthy person active in both her professional and personal life. She even ran a home daycare while looking after her three children.
She closed her daycare after taking a government contract, which coincided with the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic. Expressing her intent not to get injected with the vaccines authorized under emergency use, Claudia sent two exemption letters to her employer.
One letter from her doctor emphasized her natural immunity against SARS-CoV-2 based on blood tests, alongside the risk of serious reactions if she was injected. The second letter came from her archbishop, attesting to her exemption for religious reasons. Both letters were nevertheless rejected, forcing Claudia to get injected with the vaccines to keep her job.
She took the first dose "with tears in her eyes," and experienced chest pains after the vaccination. A week after the vaccination, she experienced "constant dizziness and pressure in her head" alongside a burning or prickling sensation in her left leg.
Things took a turn for the worse after her second dose. She had developed nerve pains inside her head and temples by December 2021. Claudia had also developed burning sensations in her brain, ears, lymph nodes, eyes and tongue.
Climbing stairs became very difficult for Claudia. She could not walk more than one block and, many times, she was unable to walk from the parking lot at her workplace to her office desk. She described the vaccine injuries as physically and emotionally draining for her.
The website also mentioned that Claudia's health "significantly improved" after she got ahold of ivermectin. The drug, commonly denounced as "horse dewormer," also eased the pain and burning sensations she experienced. Ivermectin has been banned in most states for human use by the Food and Drug Administration. (Related: Doctor who testified about ivermectin as early COVID treatment forced out of hospital board meeting.)
"The ivermectin has enabled her to avoid the extreme discomfort she was experiencing before, however, she continues to experience frequent flare-ups and neurological symptoms (twitches, rocking and dizziness)," the article continued, adding that the mother of three has been taking supplements. These supplements, alongside ivermectin, have helped her maintain a level of health that allows her to function on a day-to-day basis.
"Claudia's faith is stronger than ever, and it is her faith that has given her strength during this difficult time. [She] hopes that by sharing her story, she can bring awareness to the real issues and to let others know they are not alone."
Symptosi's About section pointed out how the vaccines were developed in a short span of time and approved for use without enough clinical trials – not even peer-reviewed data showing that the jabs reduce the severity of anyone who contracts the virus
"The public was reassured that the vaccines were thoroughly tested. However, strange things started happening to some people after taking the vaccines," it said. The site noted that the inoculations were not proven to stop transmission or contraction and that "most people are not getting true informed consent."
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