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AstraZeneca: An Adverse Reaction

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AFIPN reporter Alana Watson has shared her experience of a conversation she had with a good mate who, despite already having blood clots, was advised to get AstraZeneca.

Sitting down with a mate and having a coffee, he tells me his tale of trouble. After being diagnosed with clots on his lungs, being put on a roundtable of medication to keep him from dying and to stop the spread.

He is 41, a heavyset man and life is breaking him. Introduce Covid-19 and the vaccine. He falls for the fear being pedaled out on our TV and from his doctor.

As soon as he could, his doctor advises him to get the Astra-Zeneca as his family has a history of heart problems.

He takes his first shot. Within the hour, he is violently sick for four hours. He then passes out for an hour. His mother wakes him up as she notices his pallor is very pale. He wakes and says he feels like his soul has left his body. He called it an out-of-body experience. Tells me it felt like he was leaving his body. He is shaking, turning blue and then passes out.

He wakes up 8 hours later not recalling much. He returns to his GP and explains all this. His GP just responds with, well when you receive your second shot, make sure you are at the hospital with a crash cart next to you.

Absolutely gob smacked. He has chosen not to receive his second shot, but he is still very wary of Covid-19.

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