Twelve hours after receiving the Astra Zeneca jab in March last year, I began to experience a sensation of numbness/anaesthesia in my brain and a ‘clouding’ behind my right eye.
This continued for about a year, gradually and slowly becoming more intermittent. I had a brain scan but nothing amiss showed up.
Other symptoms experienced were: a rapidly beating/pounding heart; fluctuating blood pressure -ranging from hypotension to severe hypertension and severe anxiety attacks if woken at night.
I began to take supplements and these symptoms gradually resolved. I currently have chronic fatigue, aching wrist joints and depression.
Before the vaccine I was able to cycle 3 hours a day, to and from work. Following the vaccine, I couldn’t cycle for more than 5 minutes without feeling so shaky that I could barely continue!
In August my Dr prescribed an anti-depressant drug which I had occasionally used before (several years ago), which had not previously caused any ill effects.
I let my husband know before taking a dose, just in case of an interaction with any chemical hanging around from the jab.
A few hours later I had a severe ‘seizure’, followed by a second. These ‘seizures’ continued, although not as severely, over the next few months. My GP said these episodes were ‘just vasovagal syncope’ (low blood pressure) and dismissed them.
I have never had a seizure because of low blood pressure before!! I have a friend who is a psychologist, who was able to explain to me that these seizures were ‘medically induced psychotic episodes’, and that apparently the mix of drugs caused this. .
My hours at work were reduced to only nine hours a week and my husband drove me to and from work, as I was too unwell to drive myself. Thankfully, with his support, I was able to keep my job.
I started taking Ivermectin a few weeks ago – just one dose a week for the first four weeks, as per the World Health Alliance protocol.
I noticed an improvement. Following these four weekly doses, one Ivermectin should then be taken once a month.
I’ve noticed a deterioration in my health again – with symptoms as before and a worsening of aches and pains in my forearms! Had I taken Ivermectin from the outset it might have been a different story!
I think perhaps that I'm feeling unwell again because I'm now only taking IVM every four weeks ... I think I should try taking it once a week instead again, maybe, despite the WHA protocol!