Brea M

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My trusted GP who I have been seeing for awhile recommended that I not get the COVID vaccination as it could have a negative impact on my health.
As I have my own business as a videographer, and wanted to protect myself and the community as per the government advice, I decided to have it anyway. I also had plans to go to the USA with my work to shoot videos and do interviews, and was concerned my career would be affected.

So on the 19th of November 2021 I had my first Moderna COVID vaccine. Straight after getting it, I began feeling like I was getting sick. I had bruising at the injection site, a very sore arm and felt so tired that I slept a lot. I had pain in my body, a sore throat, felt cold, and was shivering. I put this down to a normal reaction after a vaccine.

The next day at work I started getting shortness of breath and my vision became blurry to the point that I couldn’t see the computer monitor clearly and had to take a break. Then my heart started beating really fast and I felt a sensation of having my heart pulled out of my chest. I finished my work for the day and nearly fell asleep at the wheel while driving home. I called my sister on the way home to call ahead for an ambulance as I was feeling pain in my heart. I had a sensation of someone sitting on my chest. The ambulance came and the paramedic checked my heart and took me to the Hervey Bay Hospital. I told the paramedic that I had recently had my COVID vaccination, and he told me that he had seen similar side-effects in other people after a COVID injection.

I went straight into emergency and was hooked up to a heart monitor which showed an irregular heartbeat. The doctor said it was possible I had myocarditis and prescribed pain medication. The doctor also wrote down that I had an adverse reaction to the Moderna vaccine. They could see that I wasn’t anxious or hysterical so they knew it wasn’t a panic attack. I stayed overnight in hospital and was discharged the next day and was given paperwork to pass onto my doctor to follow up with a cardiologist.

Two weeks after the vaccine the heat started affecting me more. I have always enjoyed surfing, but now during my surfing sessions I started feeling faint while standing on my board and had shortness of breath. I just didn’t feel right in my body. This really upset me emotionally. My boyfriend who also had the Moderna vaccine didn’t have the same symptoms as me.

A month after my hospital stay, I saw a cardiologist and had a heart monitor test. I was told there was nothing wrong with my heart. The cardiologist said he has seen quite a few cases of heart issues after the vaccines. He wasn’t concerned about me.

Shortly after, I started breaking out in rashes everywhere and started getting fibromyalgia pain. I had never had this before. I also can’t regulate my body temperature anymore. I feel cold when it’s hot and hot when it’s cold. My body now has random flare-ups and I feel sick out of nowhere. Joint pain started happening in my fingers and knees and then, out of nowhere,  I started getting bruising on my thighs. This would started as a spotty red rash which then turn into bruise. I would lose circulation in my hands and get swelling in my hands during the night. I then booked in to see a dermatologist in Brisbane. This cost me $500 out of my own pocket. I explained to her about my rashes and bruising. She wasn’t helpful and dismissed my skin conditions.

Two months after my COVID injection I was experiencing extreme pain in my left ovary and was rushed to hospital. A cyst had burst on my left ovary. At this time, the doctors also diagnosed me with POTS. They noticed that when my blood pressure was checked, my heart rate was between 120 bpm and 200 pmp and my blood pressure was low.

On the 28th of December 2021, my partner and I went to get our second COVID injection. I felt this was important to do as we were being told on the news that people were dying everywhere and it made me feel scared that I would get COVID. At the time, I couldn’t go to the cinema or the pub without a second dose, and it seemed that it would affect any social connection. We attended a local pharmacy and I began telling the pharmacist that I really didn’t want to get my second dose due to all the reactions from my first dose. After hearing this, he told me there was no way he would be putting a second injection in my body. He was very sympathetic and understanding and looked like he was going to cry. He said that he would not be able to sleep at night knowing that he gave it to me. He told me that me first reaction was very severe and that I could die if I got a second vaccination. He sat me down and told me that because I was young, if I did get COVID, I would be able to get it out of my body and survive and be okay. He said that these vaccines hadn’t been properly tested and were rushed out to the public. I felt that he saved my life and I thanked him.

Around March or April of 2022, my stress levels were getting harder to manage and I was getting more and more tired. My GP was concerned and diagnosed me with chronic fatigue. He suggested I get my lymph nodes checked by a massage therapist to check for fibromyalgia. I had a swollen lymph node in my cheek and I couldn’t understand why I was getting so much joint pain. I started going to the gym in the hope that exercise would help, but it only made the symptoms worse. I used to be so active, running and playing touch football, but I just couldn’t do these things anymore. I noticed an increase in emotional and physical stress and started getting really bad period pain, which I’d never had before. My periods became very heavy and painful.
Filming with my work became more painful and I continued to have heart palpitations.

A year after my COVID vaccination I felt that the heat was getting to me very badly during the summer. My anxiety was still very bad and I was still experiencing body pain. At this time, a pattern started occurring with my menstrual cycle. About a week before my period was due I had no desire to eat and after ovulation, I would go into a deep depression. I never had these issues with my period before having the vaccine. I also started noticing that I was becoming more emotional, irritable, and started dissociating. I was losing a lot of weight and felt that my body was okay about me not eating at certain times of the month — almost like my gut and brain weren’t connecting.

In March 2023 I finally got my appointment at the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital (RBWH) after waiting for a year. They did a biopsy of my rashes and bruising, testing for lupus and vasculitis. The doctor said that it was unusual for someone my age to have rashes and bruising like this. While waiting for the results, I was rushed to hospital because bruising was breaking out in on my back. The hospital thought it was an inner ear infection and I had an MRI. It came back clear but the blood vessels in my ears were inflamed. My biopsy results came back and I was diagnosed with chronic hives and urticarial vasculitis. This means my immune system was attacking my small blood vessels. I do not have a family history of this. I was put on hydroxychloroquine for the vasculitis. This helped to stop the itching, but it made me have neurological problems. I started having suicidal thoughts and continued to lose weight due to my hunger being suppressed. Because these are known side-effects of hydroxychloroquine, I was sent to hospital again and nearly got put into a mental health ward. I’m normally a happy person, so this was really upsetting for me.

I stayed in hospital for awhile and they kept me on the hydroxychloroquine. A feeding tube was put into me for about a week because I was underweight. I felt like I was having mental health issues because my brain was starved due to lack of nutrition. I was also put on antidepressants. I didn’t go well with these and became even more anxious and lost even more weight. The doctors thought I may have been anorexic.

I went home after a week in hospital and was eating when I felt hungry. But I noticed a new pattern of not being hungry a few days before my period was due. I would get pains in my gut and my parents knew something was wrong internally. When my period came it was extremely painful, I was bleeding very heavily, vomiting and had diarrhea. I was still on antidepressants but was not taking the full dose.

I went back into hospital and had an ultrasound. I was told that a follicle had burst on my left ovary. The sonographer said that he understood I was having bad period pain but didn’t think it was because of the ovaries. He checked my ovaries and after an hour examination, he said that it didn’t seem like my stomach was emptying properly. He showed me my ultrasound and measured a vein in my stomach that showed it was emptying too slowly. This was a game changer because it explained why I didn’t feel like eating.

I was also having face twitching and neurological symptoms and went back into hospital because of serotonin syndrome from the antidepressants. My bowels were also affected and I lost control of them. I had a feeding tube inserted again to improve my weight. I went off the antidepressants and hydroxychloroquine at this time because my body couldn’t process medications well. When I came off the hydroxychloroquine, my vasculitis instantly came back really badly. I started taking Resource® drinks to put on weight.

I started investigating gene mutation. I have two genes, called the MTFHR (Methylenetetrahydrofolate reductase) genes, which I found are the reason I can’t process or detox from certain things. I have a 2C mutation. This was a big game changer for me because I realized it wasn’t in my head and it explained my symptoms. I also found out I had a vitamin B12 deficiency.

I feel that my body is now so much more sensitive to any added chemicals in food such as cooked prawns. Once I started looking more into the MRNA vaccines, I found out that they can trigger your DNA and a lot of it has to do with the MTFHR genes. If I get a migraine now, I can’t have ibuprofen or codeine. I can’t take the contraceptive pill because of my vasculitis, as it will give me Bell’s palsy. My heart has never been the same since the vaccine. My thyroid plays up just before my period and then goes back to normal afterwards. I have since spoken with the vasculitis team and told them about my genes and they said they were really sorry and I should never have been put on hydroxychloroquine because my body can’t methylate chemicals. I can’t take steroids because they all have sulphur in them. I can only take paracetamol or Endone.

I had an online Organic Acid Test (OAT) done in the USA, which checks for organic acids in the urine. Elevated organic acids can result from impaired neurotransmitter metabolism. I recommend anyone who is vaccine injured get an OAT test. It also tells you which vitamins are low in your body. All my B vitamins and vitamin C are low.

At this time, my weight has increased, but I’m still underweight. I’m still having stomach issues and very nervous about my bowels and I have really bad IBS.
Recently saw a gastro specialist at the RBWH and have been referred to a rheumatologist at the Hervey Bay Hospital. A doctor at the RBWH and a doctor at Hervey Bay Hospital have both written down that I have had an adverse reaction to the Moderna vaccine, and that all my health problems are related to the vaccine. This paperwork has been sent to my GP.

I haven’t been able to work for about a year now due to my health and anxiety. I haven’t earned an income since April 2023 and I’m living off my savings. I recently went for a CT scan as I have blood in my stools. The results were all clear but it was recommended I have a colonoscopy to determine if I have a different type of vasculitis or inflammatory bowel disease. I will need to see a vasculitis specialist in either Sydney or Brisbane. I am now on a low histamine diet due to my body reacting to certain foods more than ever before.

My message:
We were told by the government, that the vaccine was safe and that it would protect us from COVID. We were bullied into taking it. We should have all stood together to fight against it. We shouldn’t have been segregated. Humans need to feel connected and accepted. For me to continue working and feel accepted, I had to have a second one. Just having one wasn’t good enough and I think that’s really wrong. All this just to get a certificate with a green tick. The vaccine injured like myself are hardworking people who had businesses to run. A lot of us enjoyed working and now have debilitating health. I’m still young and I haven’t been compensated for the damage this has caused. I am a person who likes to contribute to society, but I feel that has now been taken away from me, because I can no longer work. We were continually being told that the vaccine was safe and if you already had pre-existing health conditions, that the vaccine would help you fight against COVID. In fact, it caused me more issues in the end.

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My trusted GP who I have been seeing for awhile recommended that I not get the COVID vaccination as it could have a negative impact on my health.
As I have my own business as a videographer, and wanted to protect myself and the community as per the government advice, I decided to have it anyway. I also had plans to go to the USA with my work to shoot videos and do interviews, and was concerned my career would be affected.

So on the 19th of November 2021 I had my first Moderna COVID vaccine. Straight after getting it, I began feeling like I was getting sick. I had bruising at the injection site, a very sore arm and felt so tired that I slept a lot. I had pain in my body, a sore throat, felt cold, and was shivering. I put this down to a normal reaction after a vaccine.

The next day at work I started getting shortness of breath and my vision became blurry to the point that I couldn’t see the computer monitor clearly and had to take a break. Then my heart started beating really fast and I felt a sensation of having my heart pulled out of my chest. I finished my work for the day and nearly fell asleep at the wheel while driving home. I called my sister on the way home to call ahead for an ambulance as I was feeling pain in my heart. I had a sensation of someone sitting on my chest. The ambulance came and the paramedic checked my heart and took me to the Hervey Bay Hospital. I told the paramedic that I had recently had my COVID vaccination, and he told me that he had seen similar side-effects in other people after a COVID injection.

I went straight into emergency and was hooked up to a heart monitor which showed an irregular heartbeat. The doctor said it was possible I had myocarditis and prescribed pain medication. The doctor also wrote down that I had an adverse reaction to the Moderna vaccine. They could see that I wasn’t anxious or hysterical so they knew it wasn’t a panic attack. I stayed overnight in hospital and was discharged the next day and was given paperwork to pass onto my doctor to follow up with a cardiologist.

Two weeks after the vaccine the heat started affecting me more. I have always enjoyed surfing, but now during my surfing sessions I started feeling faint while standing on my board and had shortness of breath. I just didn’t feel right in my body. This really upset me emotionally. My boyfriend who also had the Moderna vaccine didn’t have the same symptoms as me.

A month after my hospital stay, I saw a cardiologist and had a heart monitor test. I was told there was nothing wrong with my heart. The cardiologist said he has seen quite a few cases of heart issues after the vaccines. He wasn’t concerned about me.

Shortly after, I started breaking out in rashes everywhere and started getting fibromyalgia pain. I had never had this before. I also can’t regulate my body temperature anymore. I feel cold when it’s hot and hot when it’s cold. My body now has random flare-ups and I feel sick out of nowhere. Joint pain started happening in my fingers and knees and then, out of nowhere,  I started getting bruising on my thighs. This would started as a spotty red rash which then turn into bruise. I would lose circulation in my hands and get swelling in my hands during the night. I then booked in to see a dermatologist in Brisbane. This cost me $500 out of my own pocket. I explained to her about my rashes and bruising. She wasn’t helpful and dismissed my skin conditions.

Two months after my COVID injection I was experiencing extreme pain in my left ovary and was rushed to hospital. A cyst had burst on my left ovary. At this time, the doctors also diagnosed me with POTS. They noticed that when my blood pressure was checked, my heart rate was between 120 bpm and 200 pmp and my blood pressure was low.

On the 28th of December 2021, my partner and I went to get our second COVID injection. I felt this was important to do as we were being told on the news that people were dying everywhere and it made me feel scared that I would get COVID. At the time, I couldn’t go to the cinema or the pub without a second dose, and it seemed that it would affect any social connection. We attended a local pharmacy and I began telling the pharmacist that I really didn’t want to get my second dose due to all the reactions from my first dose. After hearing this, he told me there was no way he would be putting a second injection in my body. He was very sympathetic and understanding and looked like he was going to cry. He said that he would not be able to sleep at night knowing that he gave it to me. He told me that me first reaction was very severe and that I could die if I got a second vaccination. He sat me down and told me that because I was young, if I did get COVID, I would be able to get it out of my body and survive and be okay. He said that these vaccines hadn’t been properly tested and were rushed out to the public. I felt that he saved my life and I thanked him.

Around March or April of 2022, my stress levels were getting harder to manage and I was getting more and more tired. My GP was concerned and diagnosed me with chronic fatigue. He suggested I get my lymph nodes checked by a massage therapist to check for fibromyalgia. I had a swollen lymph node in my cheek and I couldn’t understand why I was getting so much joint pain. I started going to the gym in the hope that exercise would help, but it only made the symptoms worse. I used to be so active, running and playing touch football, but I just couldn’t do these things anymore. I noticed an increase in emotional and physical stress and started getting really bad period pain, which I’d never had before. My periods became very heavy and painful.
Filming with my work became more painful and I continued to have heart palpitations.

A year after my COVID vaccination I felt that the heat was getting to me very badly during the summer. My anxiety was still very bad and I was still experiencing body pain. At this time, a pattern started occurring with my menstrual cycle. About a week before my period was due I had no desire to eat and after ovulation, I would go into a deep depression. I never had these issues with my period before having the vaccine. I also started noticing that I was becoming more emotional, irritable, and started dissociating. I was losing a lot of weight and felt that my body was okay about me not eating at certain times of the month — almost like my gut and brain weren’t connecting.

In March 2023 I finally got my appointment at the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital (RBWH) after waiting for a year. They did a biopsy of my rashes and bruising, testing for lupus and vasculitis. The doctor said that it was unusual for someone my age to have rashes and bruising like this. While waiting for the results, I was rushed to hospital because bruising was breaking out in on my back. The hospital thought it was an inner ear infection and I had an MRI. It came back clear but the blood vessels in my ears were inflamed. My biopsy results came back and I was diagnosed with chronic hives and urticarial vasculitis. This means my immune system was attacking my small blood vessels. I do not have a family history of this. I was put on hydroxychloroquine for the vasculitis. This helped to stop the itching, but it made me have neurological problems. I started having suicidal thoughts and continued to lose weight due to my hunger being suppressed. Because these are known side-effects of hydroxychloroquine, I was sent to hospital again and nearly got put into a mental health ward. I’m normally a happy person, so this was really upsetting for me.

I stayed in hospital for awhile and they kept me on the hydroxychloroquine. A feeding tube was put into me for about a week because I was underweight. I felt like I was having mental health issues because my brain was starved due to lack of nutrition. I was also put on antidepressants. I didn’t go well with these and became even more anxious and lost even more weight. The doctors thought I may have been anorexic.

I went home after a week in hospital and was eating when I felt hungry. But I noticed a new pattern of not being hungry a few days before my period was due. I would get pains in my gut and my parents knew something was wrong internally. When my period came it was extremely painful, I was bleeding very heavily, vomiting and had diarrhea. I was still on antidepressants but was not taking the full dose.

I went back into hospital and had an ultrasound. I was told that a follicle had burst on my left ovary. The sonographer said that he understood I was having bad period pain but didn’t think it was because of the ovaries. He checked my ovaries and after an hour examination, he said that it didn’t seem like my stomach was emptying properly. He showed me my ultrasound and measured a vein in my stomach that showed it was emptying too slowly. This was a game changer because it explained why I didn’t feel like eating.

I was also having face twitching and neurological symptoms and went back into hospital because of serotonin syndrome from the antidepressants. My bowels were also affected and I lost control of them. I had a feeding tube inserted again to improve my weight. I went off the antidepressants and hydroxychloroquine at this time because my body couldn’t process medications well. When I came off the hydroxychloroquine, my vasculitis instantly came back really badly. I started taking Resource® drinks to put on weight.

I started investigating gene mutation. I have two genes, called the MTFHR (Methylenetetrahydrofolate reductase) genes, which I found are the reason I can’t process or detox from certain things. I have a 2C mutation. This was a big game changer for me because I realized it wasn’t in my head and it explained my symptoms. I also found out I had a vitamin B12 deficiency.

I feel that my body is now so much more sensitive to any added chemicals in food such as cooked prawns. Once I started looking more into the MRNA vaccines, I found out that they can trigger your DNA and a lot of it has to do with the MTFHR genes. If I get a migraine now, I can’t have ibuprofen or codeine. I can’t take the contraceptive pill because of my vasculitis, as it will give me Bell’s palsy. My heart has never been the same since the vaccine. My thyroid plays up just before my period and then goes back to normal afterwards. I have since spoken with the vasculitis team and told them about my genes and they said they were really sorry and I should never have been put on hydroxychloroquine because my body can’t methylate chemicals. I can’t take steroids because they all have sulphur in them. I can only take paracetamol or Endone.

I had an online Organic Acid Test (OAT) done in the USA, which checks for organic acids in the urine. Elevated organic acids can result from impaired neurotransmitter metabolism. I recommend anyone who is vaccine injured get an OAT test. It also tells you which vitamins are low in your body. All my B vitamins and vitamin C are low.

At this time, my weight has increased, but I’m still underweight. I’m still having stomach issues and very nervous about my bowels and I have really bad IBS.
Recently saw a gastro specialist at the RBWH and have been referred to a rheumatologist at the Hervey Bay Hospital. A doctor at the RBWH and a doctor at Hervey Bay Hospital have both written down that I have had an adverse reaction to the Moderna vaccine, and that all my health problems are related to the vaccine. This paperwork has been sent to my GP.

I haven’t been able to work for about a year now due to my health and anxiety. I haven’t earned an income since April 2023 and I’m living off my savings. I recently went for a CT scan as I have blood in my stools. The results were all clear but it was recommended I have a colonoscopy to determine if I have a different type of vasculitis or inflammatory bowel disease. I will need to see a vasculitis specialist in either Sydney or Brisbane. I am now on a low histamine diet due to my body reacting to certain foods more than ever before.

My message:
We were told by the government, that the vaccine was safe and that it would protect us from COVID. We were bullied into taking it. We should have all stood together to fight against it. We shouldn’t have been segregated. Humans need to feel connected and accepted. For me to continue working and feel accepted, I had to have a second one. Just having one wasn’t good enough and I think that’s really wrong. All this just to get a certificate with a green tick. The vaccine injured like myself are hardworking people who had businesses to run. A lot of us enjoyed working and now have debilitating health. I’m still young and I haven’t been compensated for the damage this has caused. I am a person who likes to contribute to society, but I feel that has now been taken away from me, because I can no longer work. We were continually being told that the vaccine was safe and if you already had pre-existing health conditions, that the vaccine would help you fight against COVID. In fact, it caused me more issues in the end.

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