Jane T

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I am not your typical vaccine injured person as I had some very serious health problems for a number of years prior to being vaccinated and experiencing adverse effects from the COVID vaccine.

Up until September 2007 I was fit and healthy, but then I was unexpectedly diagnosed with lung cancer. This changed my life quite dramatically.
In November 2007 I had my left upper lung lobe removed and I was scheduled to have the right upper lobe taken out in February 2008.

The first procedure went well, but then I found out that I was pregnant, so the second procedure had to be delayed until I reached the 23-week gestation period. The second procedure then went ahead in March 2008. It too, was ultimately successful.

In June 2008, I gave birth to my beautiful daughter via caesarean section.

Seven years later, in 2015, I developed a lower lobe tumour in my lung. Previously all the issues had been in my upper lobes, so this was slightly different.
I was given stereotactic radiotherapy (pin-point radiation) to resolve this.

Every year since then I have developed additional, very small, tumours but they have all been successfully treated with the stereotactic radiation. My last tumour was in August 2023.
I am due for my next PET scan in June / July 2024, and I am hoping for a clear result.

I never wanted to get the COVID vaccinations as I had done my own research and was not confident in them due to the lack of testing and side-effects that I was hearing about.
I also encouraged my daughter not to get them for the same reasons.
However, I found that the social pressure, media pressure and government pressure was unrelenting. So, in the end I capitulated.

I had my first vaccination in March 2022 after putting it off for as long as I possibly could.
In the beginning I experienced no obvious adverse effects, so I went ahead and got the second vaccine three weeks later.

In October 2022, I came down with COVID and was quite seriously ill. I was given the anti-virals to assist my recovery. The after-effect of the COVID illness was that I was left with a claggy lining on my lungs which then led to me getting pneumonia. This put me in hospital for two weeks until mid-December 2022.

Six weeks after getting home from the hospital, I experienced serious breathing issues and wound up in hospital again. There they discovered that I was tachycardic, had suffered myocarditis and had also had a heart attack. It was fortunate that I was in hospital at the time of the heart attack as it could have been far more serious if I had been at home.

Whilst in hospital, the specialist cardiologist confirmed that my myocarditis and heart attack were most likely caused by the vaccine.
He commented that he “was seeing a lot of that recently.”
I am not certain what drugs were given to me while in hospital, but they did several ultrasounds and an angiogram as part of the testing. I was in hospital for a further three weeks.

At the risk of being a little gross, I will share that whilst in hospital, I was bringing up a lot of phlegm which, due to my lung condition, was fairly common for me. I found however, that I was also bringing up multiple lumps that were very solid and fibrous in nature, and not like ‘normal’ phlegm. Instead, they resembled the ‘calamari-like’ substance that undertakers have recently been finding in the veins of deceased, vaccinated people. This concerned me but I did not alert the medical staff at that time.
When I was eventually discharged in February 2023 and was only prescribed blood thinners.

Whilst in hospital for my heart issues, I suddenly and inexplicably started putting on enormous amounts of weight. In all, I put on an extra 16 kilograms within three weeks! This is extraordinary as I have never put weight on in my life, irrespective of what I eat. I have always had a very slim build. The weight that I put on was also unusual in that it was not just an overall heaviness. Instead I developed huge, bumpy, roly-poly bands of soft flabby dimply flesh that were weird and ugly.
After getting home, I cut down my food intake and worked hard to get rid of this sudden fat, but to no avail. In the end, I saw my GP who ran some tests and determined that I was suffering from hypothyroidism. He prescribed levothyroxine to assist.

Since that time, my heart issues have settled quite a bit, although I have had several instances where I have suffered very severe chest pains and shortness of breath. Other symptoms that I have since experienced include thick ridges on all my fingernails, super thin hair, a scaly scabby rash on my scalp and eczema on my fingers.

I have never experienced any of these issues before and it feels like I am suffering a complete breakdown of my immune system. It could be argued that my past radiation treatment has already affected my immune system, and I am sure that it has. However, despite having treatments since 2015, I have never experienced symptoms like these.

In February 2024, I got COVID again, and once again I took anti-virals which did reduce the symptoms quite significantly.
On a positive note, since that bout of COVID, my overall health seems to have picked up slightly. Where I could previously not walk 10 metres without gasping for air, I can now walk around the shopping centre and feel reasonably okay.  Possibly this is due to the natural supplements I am now taking which include vitamins K2, D3, and C, magnesium, zinc, echinacea, apricot kernel capsules, berberine, resveratrol and charcoal tablets. Maybe the anti-virals also helped. Who knows?

As a final word, I know my body, and I know how I felt prior to being vaccinated.
Nothing is the same now. I regret being pressured and threatened by both government and the community, to damage myself and my daughter.

Jane-T-2.jpg

I am not your typical vaccine injured person as I had some very serious health problems for a number of years prior to being vaccinated and experiencing adverse effects from the COVID vaccine.

Up until September 2007 I was fit and healthy, but then I was unexpectedly diagnosed with lung cancer. This changed my life quite dramatically.
In November 2007 I had my left upper lung lobe removed and I was scheduled to have the right upper lobe taken out in February 2008.

The first procedure went well, but then I found out that I was pregnant, so the second procedure had to be delayed until I reached the 23-week gestation period. The second procedure then went ahead in March 2008. It too, was ultimately successful.

In June 2008, I gave birth to my beautiful daughter via caesarean section.

Seven years later, in 2015, I developed a lower lobe tumour in my lung. Previously all the issues had been in my upper lobes, so this was slightly different.
I was given stereotactic radiotherapy (pin-point radiation) to resolve this.

Every year since then I have developed additional, very small, tumours but they have all been successfully treated with the stereotactic radiation. My last tumour was in August 2023.
I am due for my next PET scan in June / July 2024, and I am hoping for a clear result.

I never wanted to get the COVID vaccinations as I had done my own research and was not confident in them due to the lack of testing and side-effects that I was hearing about.
I also encouraged my daughter not to get them for the same reasons.
However, I found that the social pressure, media pressure and government pressure was unrelenting. So, in the end I capitulated.

I had my first vaccination in March 2022 after putting it off for as long as I possibly could.
In the beginning I experienced no obvious adverse effects, so I went ahead and got the second vaccine three weeks later.

In October 2022, I came down with COVID and was quite seriously ill. I was given the anti-virals to assist my recovery. The after-effect of the COVID illness was that I was left with a claggy lining on my lungs which then led to me getting pneumonia. This put me in hospital for two weeks until mid-December 2022.

Six weeks after getting home from the hospital, I experienced serious breathing issues and wound up in hospital again. There they discovered that I was tachycardic, had suffered myocarditis and had also had a heart attack. It was fortunate that I was in hospital at the time of the heart attack as it could have been far more serious if I had been at home.

Whilst in hospital, the specialist cardiologist confirmed that my myocarditis and heart attack were most likely caused by the vaccine.
He commented that he “was seeing a lot of that recently.”
I am not certain what drugs were given to me while in hospital, but they did several ultrasounds and an angiogram as part of the testing. I was in hospital for a further three weeks.

At the risk of being a little gross, I will share that whilst in hospital, I was bringing up a lot of phlegm which, due to my lung condition, was fairly common for me. I found however, that I was also bringing up multiple lumps that were very solid and fibrous in nature, and not like ‘normal’ phlegm. Instead, they resembled the ‘calamari-like’ substance that undertakers have recently been finding in the veins of deceased, vaccinated people. This concerned me but I did not alert the medical staff at that time.
When I was eventually discharged in February 2023 and was only prescribed blood thinners.

Whilst in hospital for my heart issues, I suddenly and inexplicably started putting on enormous amounts of weight. In all, I put on an extra 16 kilograms within three weeks! This is extraordinary as I have never put weight on in my life, irrespective of what I eat. I have always had a very slim build. The weight that I put on was also unusual in that it was not just an overall heaviness. Instead I developed huge, bumpy, roly-poly bands of soft flabby dimply flesh that were weird and ugly.
After getting home, I cut down my food intake and worked hard to get rid of this sudden fat, but to no avail. In the end, I saw my GP who ran some tests and determined that I was suffering from hypothyroidism. He prescribed levothyroxine to assist.

Since that time, my heart issues have settled quite a bit, although I have had several instances where I have suffered very severe chest pains and shortness of breath. Other symptoms that I have since experienced include thick ridges on all my fingernails, super thin hair, a scaly scabby rash on my scalp and eczema on my fingers.

I have never experienced any of these issues before and it feels like I am suffering a complete breakdown of my immune system. It could be argued that my past radiation treatment has already affected my immune system, and I am sure that it has. However, despite having treatments since 2015, I have never experienced symptoms like these.

In February 2024, I got COVID again, and once again I took anti-virals which did reduce the symptoms quite significantly.
On a positive note, since that bout of COVID, my overall health seems to have picked up slightly. Where I could previously not walk 10 metres without gasping for air, I can now walk around the shopping centre and feel reasonably okay.  Possibly this is due to the natural supplements I am now taking which include vitamins K2, D3, and C, magnesium, zinc, echinacea, apricot kernel capsules, berberine, resveratrol and charcoal tablets. Maybe the anti-virals also helped. Who knows?

As a final word, I know my body, and I know how I felt prior to being vaccinated.
Nothing is the same now. I regret being pressured and threatened by both government and the community, to damage myself and my daughter.

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