I wanted to let off some steam. My mom is 81 and got severely ill in 2012 with something akin to MERS. She was hospitalized and got the "glass
shards" on CT in her lungs. She also had pertussis (whooping cough) at appx 5 years old before they made the vaccine.
Her 2012 diagnosis was never definitive.
My 11 year old got Type 1 diabetes December 21, 2020. It has been a difficult time. If she gets sick her blood sugar will spike or get wonky (so I was
told, thankfully she hasn't been sick since diagnosis) .
I thought I was doing the right thing. I thought I was doing the RESPONSIBLE thing getting a covid vaccine...for my mom and my baby.
I got sick from it, the vaccine (no, no proof thus in the rant forum).
April 7, 2021 (Wednesday) at appx 5:30pm, I got my 1st Moderna shot. Other than feeling like I was beaten in a back alley in my left arm, I was fine.
Not sick, nothing.
Two and a half days later, April 10, 2021 at 7:45am (I set an alarm so I know the time), I woke to a zinging stabbing pain in my lower right quadrant
of my stomach. I eventually (later that evening) began a 99.7 F fever (not high), but the pain turned into a dull ache. It was intermittent (came and
went...constantly). It woke me all night. Come Sunday, April 11, 2021 I drove myself to the ER.
I was admitted immediately. We all thought appendicitis (myself and nurse staff). While waiting I felt aches in my right back. Mentioned maybe it was
CT scan with dye showed nothing. Urinalysis and blood tests showed a kidney infection.
1-I had ZERO bladder infection issues prior to Saturday. I went from fine to ER in the snap of a finger.
2-I also had...girl issues early in my cycle that began the same morning of my pain April 10. Let's just say, it was massive and bad. I read someone
on here posted about an article of women having messed up cycles from the vaccine. Yeah, I totally 100% get it.
3-I was put on antibiotics and released. It dulled it (after IV antibiotics and starting oral), but I felt it spread to my left front and back by
Monday April 12. (The ureters wrap from your front bladder to the kidneys in back which explains me having pain in front as well as back...bit my
bladder never hurt. It was so odd).
4- I called America's Frontline Doctors (went on their site and paid out of pocket for a consult), and when a physician called me back he said I was
the 4th case he's received over kidney issues with the covid shot. One was a woman who went into kidney failure he told me (after receiving her
shot). I received Ivermectin (finally) Thursday April 15. I was given 12 mg the 15th, 12 mg the 17th. Since then it has improved. I have 12 mg 2 wks
from the 17th and another 12 mg 2 weeks after that to finish.
5-I reported this to the FDA (there's a website to report issues on)
6- I'm doing better, MUCH better....but still hurt some (it is worse in the evening).
7-I forgot to mention. My ER nurse literally pulled down her crappy surgical mask and cried. She started crying and apologizing. Why? She flat out
said she's had more people come in with vaccine issues than she ever did with covid. She was so fed up. Her overseeing physician had to report a
death after the shot. She told me, "I'm not telling you what to do...but don't." When I saw her I KNEW this was serious (for me at least).
I have never had a kidney infection in my life. I have had 2 bladder infections, one 27 yrs ago and one appx 18 yrs ago. This is NOT the same, not
I should have prefaced this, probably, with the fact I have rheumatoid arthritis which is in remission. We had a MASSIVE cold (frozen pipes) snap
recently that caused my joints to stir (for lack of a better term). I took abatacept (Orencia) injection to help. This was wks and wks ago. I suppose
turning off my T cells then getting a covid shot didn't help.
I'm not anti vax by any means, but I will NOT get my 2nd shot nor any more until this is proven safe