Georgia Roses, age 34, lives in the UK and received the second Pfizer vaccine in late June. She had been reluctant to get it from the start, but after overwhelming pressure from her peers and the media to do so, she caved.
The first dose had been mostly uneventful, but she responded differently the second time. She immediately got a headache and became dizzy and lightheaded, and she began having unexplainable fainting episodes.
Within days her symptoms progressed dramatically. Georgia developed full body tremors and gradually lost the use of her legs. She was admitted to the hospital where she stayed for ten days while undergoing various tests (MRIs, CT, lumbar punctures, blood draws).
A neurologist confirmed that what was happening was a result of the vaccine and diagnosed her with Functional Neurological Disorder (FND). This is a rare medical condition “in which there is a problem with the functioning of the nervous system and how the brain and body sends and/or receives signals.”
Her next step will be to start neurophysiotherapy and rehabilitation in order to learn how to walk again, as well as regain muscle strength and coordination.
Georgia lamented, “I didn’t want it done… I hate the fact I felt pressured and judged for not having it… Please, make your own choices and do not be pressured to put something in your [body] that is still in clinical trials [until 2023].”
Author: Sarah May
Sarah May believes one person can make a difference just by being courageous enough to speak the truth. As she puts it, “If you think you’re too small to make a difference, you haven’t spent a night with a mosquito.” She is concerned to see so many people harmed by the COVID-19 vaccine so she shares their stories to help warn others.