Six weeks ago, I received my second AZ vaccine and I had an adverse reaction where I ended up being taken from the GP to Emergency via ambulance. My husband who hasn’t received the vaccine, not because he doesn’t want to get it he just doesn’t feel the urgency to get one. As he doesn’t feel that the situation is that bad in Australia, yes, we have cases but its not like it is in other countries.
After he picked me up from the hospital we travelled home by car. We would have been in the car together for about 20 minutes. I believe that because of the adverse event I was shedding the virus. Later that day, he developed a severe headache, runny nose and sore throat. I went to bed and I had cough and felt feverish.
The next day we tried to make an appointment for him at the doctor but I couldn’t get one for a few days and then the doctor gave him a prescription for antibiotics.
A few days later he developed redness on both his toes and blood blisters underneath his toes. He has another appointment at the doctors tomorrow but he has had what looks like Covid toes for 5 weeks.
Thank you for this.
This is the first example I’ve seen of COVID toe, but it has some consistency with some of the other hypotheses I have going in my head.
Toes, being about as distal as you can get, probably have relatively poor circulation compared to most body parts. This is why diabetics often lose toes.
Spike proteins, even from the vaccine, seem to cause clotting, and it makes sense that the clotting would happen in toes because of the relatively poor natural circulation.
The recently vaccinated may be shedding spike proteins via exhalation.
So it makes sense that if you were shedding spike proteins from your recent vaxxination, he was exposed, and had a clotting reaction that manifested in his toes.
Another data point. Thank you.
Thank you MGRS. That sounds very plausible to me as well.
Posted by davefairtex in another thread, but possibly relevant:
In sum, the data presented indicates that the full-length S1 subunit of the spike protein of SARS-CoV-2 alone is capable, without the infectious virus, of inducing systemic microendothelial cell damage in mice with a cognate pattern of complement activation and increased cytokine expression and the concomitant thromboses/hypercoagulable state. This disease pattern strongly parallels the extra-pulmonary manifestations of severe human COVID-19 and suggests that the latter may not represent systemic infectious virus.
If it were me, I’d get a d-dimer blood test. If it is normal, then its (probably) not about clotting & the shot. If the d-dimer test is abnormally high, that’s a sign that there could be clotting involved. If my doc wasn’t so understanding (he is, he puts up with the nuttiest things), I would just walk into one of these labs and order one myself.
But then again, I do tend to “doctor myself” a whole lot.
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If my d-dimer was high, I would then go and wave the result at my doctor, and say “hey, so what do you think this is about, and how can we fix it?” Maybe there’s some idea he would have that might help. That medical training has to be good for something, right?
Note this isn’t medical advice – its just what I’d do. Blood tests are harmless enough, I pay $200 and get a piece of paper and perhaps an interesting chat with my doctor.
This is all a grand experiment. Thank heavens they tested these shots for all of 3 months. Warp Speed!
That picture of a covid toe is a picture of a microvascular infarct (loss of blood supply) mostly seen in vascular diseases such as ‘Raynaud’s disease’ and would be consistent with the clotting issues noted with the vaccines (not a good sign). Note there are two smaller infarcts on the 2nd toe as well.
Opinion from the peanut gallery, here:
It disturbs me the doctor wrote a scrip for antibiotics.
Dr. Mercola has a recent article noting this is being done a lot in Covid cases. This is not good as it messes up your gut microbiome, a major immune defense system, and has no effect on the virus or spike.
Thank you for the info. and picture.
Thank you all for you comments.
Update, we went to the doctor and he didn’t know what Covid toe was and he agreed it was possible that the spike protein was transmitted me getting the vaccine and passing it to my husband but he had to go get a blood test.
The doctor thought it was petechiae of the toes.
I must confess my profound ignorance. Covid toe?