Jennifer P.

My name is Jennifer. I am now 64 and prior to the start of COVID-19 I was living in Murwillumbah, NSW, enjoying a quiet country life and working in retail. As a result of the COVID restrictions and associated financial hardships on the retail sector, I lost my job. I was unable to find any other work nearby, so I sold my home and moved to the Gold Coast to look for work and to be nearer my family.

My health has always been excellent, and I was a proud 60-plus-year-old who had never really suffered so much as a headache.  I had a nasty accident in 2018 where I fell from a slippery cliff face onto rocks and tore my retina. Apart from that I have not suffered ill health in my life. I have always taken B vitamins and probiotics, as I appreciate the gut-brain connection.  Eventually the stress of my job loss, house move, my fall and COVID-related anxiety resulted in my doctor prescribing mild antidepressants.

When the COVID vaccines were first introduced, I was adamant I would not get one. I had a gut feeling that it was a bad idea, and conversations with some friends, including a naturopath, made me very leery. However, I was desperate for employment as it had been a long while since I had worked, and I was running very low on funds. So when I was offered a job at a local family-owned tavern, on the condition I get vaccinated, I saw no way out. The mandates were in place at that time for the hospitality industry.

My daughter had been very pushy about me getting the whooping cough vaccine when my grandchildren were born, and she was equally enthusiastic about me getting the COVID vaccine. So, for these reasons, and much against my better judgement, I went to get my first AstraZeneca vaccine at my local GP surgery on 1st of November 2021.  I told the nurse I didn’t want it, but that it was a was a requirement of my new job. She didn’t comment. As soon as I was vaccinated I could commence my job, and I started work the next day.  I suffered no ill effects and confidently had my second AstraZeneca vaccine on the 20th of December at the same clinic.

During the busy Christmas season at the tavern I noticed I would often stumble, or lose my balance. The sensation was a bit like being on a ship during a storm. I dropped plates of food and had many near misses with trays of drinks. My right ear was very painful, and I attributed the loss of balance to an ear infection. I then developed cold symptoms, but pushed through, wearing a mask and convinced I didn’t have COVID because I had taken the ‘safe and effective’ vaccine. I would finish a shift and be soaked in sweat, and it got to the point the manager wanted me off the serving floor and back in the kitchen so I would not be seen by customers. For the next two months I pushed on, feeling exhausted. I was suffering body aches and still felt unbalanced, and the ear pain had now migrated into my jaw. I attributed these symptoms to my new busy job, and the fact that I was getting old! 

In late February of 2022 had a severe episode of dizziness that ended in a nasty fall and I broke my ankle.  This meant I could no longer work at the tavern. I was provided with a letter from Centrelink saying I would not need to find work again until my ankle healed, but I would need a third vaccine to get back into the workplace.

Along with my broken ankle, a new symptom had developed in my uterus, whereby I suffered an ongoing nagging and dull ache. I decided to seek medical help and saw a female GP at my local clinic.  She in turn gave me a referral to a gynaecologist at a private day hospital, who performed lots of tests, including ultrasounds.  She declared that I was fine and could find no cause for my pain.

I returned to my GP and I told her I was still in pain.  She now believed my problems all stemmed from my spine so recommended a chiropractor.  I saw him once a week for over six months with no real result and he concluded my problems were all related to my age and wear and tear on my body. But that did not explain why I was still experiencing the ear and jaw pain, along with the nagging ovary/groin ache. My GP continued to send me for tests. I had ultrasounds, CT scans, abdomen and lumbar scans, a nuclear medicine tunnel test, multiple blood tests, X-rays of my knees, ankles, hips, pelvis and lumbar spine. All came back showing nothing significant, just degeneration of my spine commensurate with my age.

In May I was offered a job at a boutique nearby, and the owner didn’t expect me to get a third vaccine as an employment requirement.

I continued to see my GP periodically for the prescriptions for my antidepressant and painkillers and at these appointments she would offer me the booster. In July she succeeded in convincing me, so on the 15th of July I had my third vaccination. This time it was a Moderna vaccine.  I have since found out the batch used for this procedure had an expiry date of July 2022 which I find peculiar and disturbing. They used it just in the nick of time!

In September of 2022 I developed a heart arrhythmia that was very evident while I was lying on the couch or in bed. My heart would pound rapidly and out of time. I decided not to consult my doctor about this as at previous appointments it had become apparent that she was of the opinion my ailments were in my head.  I pushed on working in the boutique, a job which I had come to love. To get through the day I would need to take over-the-counter pain medication, and during the night I would take pregabalin which was prescribed to help my night-time pain and insomnia. Pain at night can be worse than day-time pain as your brain has nothing to distract it. So the pregabalin, which is used to treat neuropathic pain, would help with that. I would use it sporadically however, as I knew it was a strong medication and I did not want to become reliant on it.

At this time I had not joined the dots to figure out that my symptoms were vaccine related.

I enjoyed a great relationship with customers at the boutique and would often gently quiz them of their vaccination status and if they had noticed any ill effects.  The answer was always, yes they were vaccinated, and no, they had no ill effects to speak of. That added to my conviction that my illness was most likely age related. 

Ultimately I had to consult my doctor about my heart arrhythmia as it was happening more often and becoming more frightening each time it happened.  She told me to drink more water. 

Through the last part of 2022 I took paracetamol and ibuprofen every day to get through my workday, as the pain in my ovary region and right ear was relentless. Eventually the penny dropped that I could be suffering an ill effect from the COVID vaccines.  I began looking into Freedom Fighters Australia and Unvaccinated Australia on Facebook to see if my illness and symptoms were shared by others. There I found a wealth of information that convinced me that my symptoms were more than likely caused by my three vaccines.  I felt relieved that I was not alone in my situation, but despaired that there were others who had been injured as I was.

On Tuesday morning on the 6th of December, I slept in.  I had taken some pregabalin on the previous evening due to pain and insomnia, and missed my morning alarm. I got ready for work really quickly, skipped breakfast and headed to Main Beach. As I was driving my chest felt tight and I felt very lightheaded. I panicked and was glad I was only two minutes from my workplace. I believed that once I got to work I would either feel better or at least be able to get some help. 

Unfortunately I did not make it to work. I passed out from a seizure at the wheel and ended up hitting three parked cars. Fortunately, no one was injured except for me.  I suffered cuts and abrasions.  But the cars, including my own, were badly damaged. I was horrified. The incident has destroyed my life. I have lost my job and my car, and I still have to appear in court.

Since then, my ear has started to leak lots of fluid, enough to soak through numerous tissues in a few minutes.  This happens often, unexpectedly and is accompanied by severe pain.  No doctor knows why.

Recently I developed my own protocol to help heal myself, with information from others in my situation.  I take curcumin drops daily.  They are made up of either curcumin with added vitamins C and D or curcumin and ginger. The drops are manufactured in Mexico and are made in a way that they enter the cell efficiently to help relieve inflammation.  I have found they are really helping me.  I am getting my health back at last.

I acknowledge that these vaccines have very seriously injured many people.  I think our bodies have become inflamed from the toxins as they try to get rid of them.  I encourage everyone to find ‘alternative’ and natural remedies such as the drops I have used with such success.  Most doctors are either turning a blind eye to our injuries or have no idea how to treat us.

Don’t give up.

My name is Jennifer. I am now 64 and prior to the start of COVID-19 I was living in Murwillumbah, NSW, enjoying a quiet country life and working in retail. As a result of the COVID restrictions and associated financial hardships on the retail sector, I lost my job. I was unable to find any other work nearby, so I sold my home and moved to the Gold Coast to look for work and to be nearer my family.

My health has always been excellent, and I was a proud 60-plus-year-old who had never really suffered so much as a headache.  I had a nasty accident in 2018 where I fell from a slippery cliff face onto rocks and tore my retina. Apart from that I have not suffered ill health in my life. I have always taken B vitamins and probiotics, as I appreciate the gut-brain connection.  Eventually the stress of my job loss, house move, my fall and COVID-related anxiety resulted in my doctor prescribing mild antidepressants.

When the COVID vaccines were first introduced, I was adamant I would not get one. I had a gut feeling that it was a bad idea, and conversations with some friends, including a naturopath, made me very leery. However, I was desperate for employment as it had been a long while since I had worked, and I was running very low on funds. So when I was offered a job at a local family-owned tavern, on the condition I get vaccinated, I saw no way out. The mandates were in place at that time for the hospitality industry.

My daughter had been very pushy about me getting the whooping cough vaccine when my grandchildren were born, and she was equally enthusiastic about me getting the COVID vaccine. So, for these reasons, and much against my better judgement, I went to get my first AstraZeneca vaccine at my local GP surgery on 1st of November 2021.  I told the nurse I didn’t want it, but that it was a was a requirement of my new job. She didn’t comment. As soon as I was vaccinated I could commence my job, and I started work the next day.  I suffered no ill effects and confidently had my second AstraZeneca vaccine on the 20th of December at the same clinic.

During the busy Christmas season at the tavern I noticed I would often stumble, or lose my balance. The sensation was a bit like being on a ship during a storm. I dropped plates of food and had many near misses with trays of drinks. My right ear was very painful, and I attributed the loss of balance to an ear infection. I then developed cold symptoms, but pushed through, wearing a mask and convinced I didn’t have COVID because I had taken the ‘safe and effective’ vaccine. I would finish a shift and be soaked in sweat, and it got to the point the manager wanted me off the serving floor and back in the kitchen so I would not be seen by customers. For the next two months I pushed on, feeling exhausted. I was suffering body aches and still felt unbalanced, and the ear pain had now migrated into my jaw. I attributed these symptoms to my new busy job, and the fact that I was getting old! 

In late February of 2022 had a severe episode of dizziness that ended in a nasty fall and I broke my ankle.  This meant I could no longer work at the tavern. I was provided with a letter from Centrelink saying I would not need to find work again until my ankle healed, but I would need a third vaccine to get back into the workplace.

Along with my broken ankle, a new symptom had developed in my uterus, whereby I suffered an ongoing nagging and dull ache. I decided to seek medical help and saw a female GP at my local clinic.  She in turn gave me a referral to a gynaecologist at a private day hospital, who performed lots of tests, including ultrasounds.  She declared that I was fine and could find no cause for my pain.

I returned to my GP and I told her I was still in pain.  She now believed my problems all stemmed from my spine so recommended a chiropractor.  I saw him once a week for over six months with no real result and he concluded my problems were all related to my age and wear and tear on my body. But that did not explain why I was still experiencing the ear and jaw pain, along with the nagging ovary/groin ache. My GP continued to send me for tests. I had ultrasounds, CT scans, abdomen and lumbar scans, a nuclear medicine tunnel test, multiple blood tests, X-rays of my knees, ankles, hips, pelvis and lumbar spine. All came back showing nothing significant, just degeneration of my spine commensurate with my age.

In May I was offered a job at a boutique nearby, and the owner didn’t expect me to get a third vaccine as an employment requirement.

I continued to see my GP periodically for the prescriptions for my antidepressant and painkillers and at these appointments she would offer me the booster. In July she succeeded in convincing me, so on the 15th of July I had my third vaccination. This time it was a Moderna vaccine.  I have since found out the batch used for this procedure had an expiry date of July 2022 which I find peculiar and disturbing. They used it just in the nick of time!

In September of 2022 I developed a heart arrhythmia that was very evident while I was lying on the couch or in bed. My heart would pound rapidly and out of time. I decided not to consult my doctor about this as at previous appointments it had become apparent that she was of the opinion my ailments were in my head.  I pushed on working in the boutique, a job which I had come to love. To get through the day I would need to take over-the-counter pain medication, and during the night I would take pregabalin which was prescribed to help my night-time pain and insomnia. Pain at night can be worse than day-time pain as your brain has nothing to distract it. So the pregabalin, which is used to treat neuropathic pain, would help with that. I would use it sporadically however, as I knew it was a strong medication and I did not want to become reliant on it.

At this time I had not joined the dots to figure out that my symptoms were vaccine related.

I enjoyed a great relationship with customers at the boutique and would often gently quiz them of their vaccination status and if they had noticed any ill effects.  The answer was always, yes they were vaccinated, and no, they had no ill effects to speak of. That added to my conviction that my illness was most likely age related. 

Ultimately I had to consult my doctor about my heart arrhythmia as it was happening more often and becoming more frightening each time it happened.  She told me to drink more water. 

Through the last part of 2022 I took paracetamol and ibuprofen every day to get through my workday, as the pain in my ovary region and right ear was relentless. Eventually the penny dropped that I could be suffering an ill effect from the COVID vaccines.  I began looking into Freedom Fighters Australia and Unvaccinated Australia on Facebook to see if my illness and symptoms were shared by others. There I found a wealth of information that convinced me that my symptoms were more than likely caused by my three vaccines.  I felt relieved that I was not alone in my situation, but despaired that there were others who had been injured as I was.

On Tuesday morning on the 6th of December, I slept in.  I had taken some pregabalin on the previous evening due to pain and insomnia, and missed my morning alarm. I got ready for work really quickly, skipped breakfast and headed to Main Beach. As I was driving my chest felt tight and I felt very lightheaded. I panicked and was glad I was only two minutes from my workplace. I believed that once I got to work I would either feel better or at least be able to get some help. 

Unfortunately I did not make it to work. I passed out from a seizure at the wheel and ended up hitting three parked cars. Fortunately, no one was injured except for me.  I suffered cuts and abrasions.  But the cars, including my own, were badly damaged. I was horrified. The incident has destroyed my life. I have lost my job and my car, and I still have to appear in court.

Since then, my ear has started to leak lots of fluid, enough to soak through numerous tissues in a few minutes.  This happens often, unexpectedly and is accompanied by severe pain.  No doctor knows why.

Recently I developed my own protocol to help heal myself, with information from others in my situation.  I take curcumin drops daily.  They are made up of either curcumin with added vitamins C and D or curcumin and ginger. The drops are manufactured in Mexico and are made in a way that they enter the cell efficiently to help relieve inflammation.  I have found they are really helping me.  I am getting my health back at last.

I acknowledge that these vaccines have very seriously injured many people.  I think our bodies have become inflamed from the toxins as they try to get rid of them.  I encourage everyone to find ‘alternative’ and natural remedies such as the drops I have used with such success.  Most doctors are either turning a blind eye to our injuries or have no idea how to treat us.

Don’t give up.

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