Freddy Pye, age 39, had a severe reaction to the first Moderna vaccine, which he received at a drugstore in late May.
Within 15 minutes of receiving it, his body went cold and numb, his breathing became rapid and shallow, and he experienced paralysis on the left side of his body. At which point he lost consciousness, and paramedics had to be called to the site.
“The next day I woke up and felt like I had the flu x 100… I didn’t even want to get out of bed.”
By that evening it had gotten worse and Freddy began experiencing dizziness and heart palpitations. His fiance found him collapsed in his home, not breathing, and quickly called for an ambulance.
His heart had gone into severe atrial fibrillation and he was transported to the hospital where a loop recorder was implanted in his chest, in order to continuously monitor his heart’s electrical activity.
“It’s just flat out traumatizing. It’s not just us suffering. It’s our loved ones too, right? They’re witnessing it.”
Over the next six weeks, things got progressively worse. He had several seizure-like episodes, often followed by paralysis for hours at a time. He experienced uncontrollable spasms and tremors, numbness in his extremities and limbs, internal vibrations and shocks, insomnia, migraines, nausea and lack of appetite, tinnitus, debilitating fatigue, brain fog and pain throughout his body.
His doctor has refused to acknowledge that this is an adverse reaction to the vaccine, has not offered any medication or treatment, and is unwilling to work with any outside doctors on this.
When Freddy mentioned a particular medication that was helping people in his condition, he was denied a prescription and left to go a more unorthodox route.
“I have to resort to using veterinary medicine… I didn’t take it one day and within 6-7 hours my tremors all started coming back. I took it today and I’m fine . . . I take it once a day, it works. I don’t understand why it’s so hard for us to get a medication that is working.” — Freddy Pye
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.