A police officer compared the Covid-19 vaccination to “torture” after suffering a stroke that she claims was linked to her Pfizer vaccination.
West Australian, 37-year-old Chantal Uren received her first injection in August but claimed she was hospitalized within weeks for a transient ischemic attack – often referred to as a “mini-stroke”.
Weeks after the incident, Ms. Uren regularly shared updates with her Facebook followers and posted photos from the hospital while preventing others from rolling up their sleeves.
However, medical experts have denied their claims, saying that there are no known links between Pfizer vaccination and recipients who suffer from stroke.
Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital, which claims Ms. Uren was treated, said they had not treated any patients with strokes due to Pfizer.
Chantal Uren, 37, received her first injection in August but has claimed she was hospitalized within weeks for a temporary ischemic attack – often referred to as a “mini-stroke”
“On the morning of my appointment, I was really scared of getting the vaccine because I knew it wasn’t right for me,” Ms. Uren wrote in a long post after revealing that she did not intend to be vaccinated. until your employer made this mandatory.
“Unfortunately, I joked with the doctor and said, ‘I’ll be the one the vaccine kills.’ Unfortunately, it could have been. ‘
She claimed that within minutes of receiving her vaccination, she felt sick and developed hives.
“For the next 3.5 weeks I suffered from rashes every day, fever up to 39.7, muscle pain, flu-like symptoms, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, sinus pressure and a cough that was so bad it felt, like my blood vessels are failing. ” explode in my face, “she wrote.
“Some days I cried thinking I was going to die.”
She returned to work but said she was struggling to stay on her feet all day, and one morning she finally woke up unable to open an eye.
While showering, she claimed that her body had started to “wave uncontrollably” and that she collapsed.
“My right side got really heavy and felt numb with a strange tingling sensation. At that point, the left side of my face was completely paralyzed and I had extreme muscle weakness in my left arm and leg, ”she said.
Ms. Uren has shared regular recovery updates and photos showing one side of her face paralyzed to her Facebook followers
“I was taken for more tests that showed the main artery to my brain was ruptured and I had suffered a mini-stroke (TIA).”
No number of tests have found a cause of her stroke, which Ms. Uren says has permanent effects.
The policewoman said that after walking several kilometers once a day, she could barely stand a few minutes.
She has also shared photos of her face with one side hanging slightly down while other images show bruises over her body from blood thinners she uses to “keep me alive”.
In another post, she said that making vaccinations compulsory is synonymous with “torture”.
“The thought of standing in line for the second shot and waiting to see how long it will take my body to suffer a stroke, brain damage, or death is nothing but torture,” she said.
Ms. Uren’s posts have attracted a lot of attention from anti-vaccination opponents, but sparked a backlash from medical experts.
The president of the Australian Medical Association in WA Mark Duncan-Smith says there is no evidence that Pfizer has been linked to stroke.
No number of tests have found a cause of her stroke, which Ms. Uren says has permanent effects
He said just because someone may experience these health effects after receiving their injection doesn’t mean they are related.
“It’s like saying I had my Pfizer injection and I was in a car accident within two weeks. Therefore, Pfizer injections cause car accidents, ”he told the Western Australian.
“There is no evidence that Pfizer has been associated with stroke or TIAs.
“Just because something is on social media or the internet doesn’t mean it’s factual. And the TGA is not involved in any conspiracy and Pfizer is simply not associated with stroke or TIAs. ‘
Daily Mail Australia asked TGA for further comments.