(NEW) Covid-19 vaccine serious side effects expand: First case of blood clot disorder after double-dose reported

The first case of a blood clot disorder with low platelets called “thrombosis with thrombocytopenia” after an RNA double-dose vaccine has been reported in the Annals of Internal Medicine. The case was that of a 65-year-old man who developed symptoms ten days after his second dose of the Moderna vaccine and died.

Had we suspected [vaccine-induced thrombosis with thrombocytopenia] earlier, we would have treated the patient differently. 

Physician treating 65-year old reported Covid-19 vaccine victim

According to physicians, “The patient presented with 1 week of bilateral lower-extremity discomfort, intermittent headaches, and 2 days of dyspnea…He was found to have large, bilateral, acute pulmonary emboli with right ventricular strain and acute deep venous thromboses in both lower extremities.”

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Until now, the blood clot concerns were only reported in the U.S. in the Johnson and Johnson single-dose vaccine. A warning was added to the label in April. But the CDC’s vaccine experts did not issue an alert or warning about other vaccines. So doctors apparently did not think to make the connection that the patient’s post-vaccine illness was the same as what’s been warned about after other Covid-19 vaccines.

Also because the blood clot disorder was not previously warned about in the Moderna and Pfizer vaccines, doctors treated the 65-year old patient with heparin, the very drug that’s not supposed to be used in post-vaccine patients suffering from the disorder because it could actually worsen the condition.

With the report of the fatal case, all of the Covid-19 vaccines used in the U.S. have been linked to both heart problems and blood clots.

The AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccine, which is not used in the U.S., is also linked to blood clot disorders and has been halted in some countries.

The CDC and FDA say the Covid-19 vaccines authorized in the U.S. are all safe and effective, and the benefits outweigh the risks.

Read more in Medscape here.

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14 thoughts on “(NEW) Covid-19 vaccine serious side effects expand: First case of blood clot disorder after double-dose reported”

  1. What’s not clear in any of these side-effect issues is whether the highest risk is in the couple weeks after the injection… in any of the vaccines. ie; In other words … if you make past the few weeks AFTER the injections are you going to be OK ..??..

    1. The answer to that is you are probably not safe after any initial post time frame. This is due to the shots instructions to the body to create the spike protein.
      As time goes on, next 1 to 3 years the damage will be unhideable, and massive. If anyone got the first shot do not get the second and hope for the best.

    2. Its now been stated by the inventor of mRNA gene therapy Dr. Robert Malone, that since spike proteins have been found post vaccination, in the spleen and bone marrow, that we’ll need to monitor for leukemias & lymphomas in the 1 to 9 years coming up. Have fun stressing over that!

  2. How many similar cases? Are we talking about a one-off or a statistically worrisome number? After all, we’re talking about hundreds of MILLIONS of vaccine doses.

    1. Sharyl Attkisson

      There are complex calculations as to whether a medicine’s benefit outweighs the risk and should be marketed at all. It has to do with more than sheer numbers (although scientists say they only catch a tiny fraction of the actual adverse event and one case is presumed to represent 10,000 to 100,000 more believe it or not.) It also has to do with factors such as how deadly and prevalent is the disease (not very deadly in this case esp. in the young — almost zero). Also there is more than one side effect to consider; blood clots, heart inflammation, and more is being discovered daily since the vaccines are experimental.

  3. In my local chain market the company that owns it advertised over their speaker system a 5 million dollar contest available to those who have been vaccinated. It doesn’t take a genius to realize that you shouldn’t have to offer a 5 million dollar bribe to get “poor” or disadvantaged people to do something that is *good* for them or is supposed to *save their life*. Bribes of this size are historically reserved for those who were knowingly taking their lives into their hands- crossing tightropes over Niagara Falls, playing Russian roulette or being challenged to climb Mount Everest.

    It’s obvious the vaccines are not well thought out or tested and trusting companies who have made hundreds of billions from long-term human suffering, illness and death, probably isn’t a very intelligent thing to do, if one bothers to think about it objectively.

    1. I agree with most of what you said, except for the “not well thought out” part. I think they know exactly what they’re doing, and all this is intentional.

  4. A friend of mine got the vaccine (don’t know which one) back in May or June. He’s now having problems. His doctor mentioned the possibility of leukemia. He’s 60, and was very healthy prior to this. Very scary.

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