I’m retired and 62 years old. Prior to the jab I was a very fit and healthy middle aged woman. Riding 100kms a week on my bike wasn’t a problem. My level of health and fitness for my age surpassed most people around the same age as me. Previous health issues only went as far as a bit of hay fever and lichen sclerosis. Both were minor and very manageable.
I got the jab because I was pressured by family, friends and the general public. I wasn’t even able to enter a shopping centre unless I had my double jab certificate. I was also sick to death of my grandchildren being locked down from school and they told us the only way life could go back to normal, was if everyone got the jab.
I didn’t want it because I knew a lady who had a stroke within the first week of her vaccination, so I was terrified. My gut instinct told me not to get it, but the pressure of family and friends telling me I would be fine, got the best of me.
6th September 2021 I had my first AstraZeneca jab in my left arm. I felt fine and everything was normal, so I thought I’d be fine to get the second. With full confidence, I got the second AstraZeneca on 18th October 2021. Again, it was in my left arm. I didn’t feel anything immediately and life went back to normal. About three weeks later I started to feel more fatigued than usual. I just seemed like I needed to rest more than often.
The fatigue continued. 16th of December 2021, I noticed that I was bleeding somewhere within my renal system. Every time I urinated, I was peeing blood for a day and a half. I was rushed to emergency where they ran tests. I had an MRI, CT scan, blood tests, a urine test and a kidney function test. The results came back all clear, with nothing abnormal, so they released me and told me to rush back if I started bleeding again. At this point I stopped cycling and anything strenuous. I was afraid of retriggering whatever had caused the bleeding.
Up until the 10th of January 2022, I was still fatigued, but was able to return to life, taking it easy. Then I noticed a small bald patch on the crown of my head, which was the size of a 50 cent piece. I was devastated to find this, but at that stage, hadn’t made the link with the vaccination. I went straight to my GP. She sent me to a dermatologist on 3rd of February 2022. The dermatologist immediately injected steroids into my head and prescribed Minoxidil. It seemed to have the opposite effect and my hair started shedding rapidly all over. I was losing clumps of hair that would fill my hand, by the day. Between January 2022 and August 2022 I had lost 95% of my hair.
During the dermatologist’s appointment she asked me about family history of alopecia. She told me to count back three months from when I first noticed the hair loss and said there would have been a stress trigger which would have started the hair loss. When I counted back, it was virtually to the day of my second jab. It wasn’t until I got home that I connected the dots of my hair loss and bleeding, with the vaccine.
After my own research I worked out that the jab had triggered an autoimmune response in my body, which has caused the renal bleeding and alopecia. After this, I decided that I no longer trusted any of the medical professionals and their drugs. I put myself on an anti-inflammatory diet and looked after myself in every healthy way possible. I have been feeling pretty good, except for the fact that I have no hair, which has been a huge blow to my confidence. It is also a massive expense because I have to buy wigs.
My GP has more or less told me that my hair will never grow back. I told her that it was from the vaccine and she agreed verbally. I will be up for about $1000 a year and it will probably be for the rest of my life.
If I damage the property or a person of the government I must pay, but if the government has damaged me, they don’t want to know about it. However, I did report my condition to a mob called SAFEVAC and I have since had an email back from them, apologising for what the jab has done to me.
Through all of this my husband has been my rock and greatest supporter, I couldn’t have done this without him, and I am forever grateful.