Husband Got Vaccinated :(… What Next??
Today is one of the most stressful days of my life. After months and months of discussions, arguments and ongoing efforts to educate on dangers of vaccination, my husband went and got vaccinated today (Pfizer, of course). I was angry, I cried, I have started worrying sick, but what’s done is done now :(.
To those of you who were in the same boat – what to expect? I mean things can happen unexpectedly any moment, but are there some specific nuances to watch for (other than the usual signs of heart attack or stroke)? is there anything that can be done to support his system post-vaccination and at least somewhat mitigate vaccination risks?
And what are his chances of him now being contagious to me and our child? and if yes, for how long?
Thank you in advance.
Well, the odds are in your favor. I estimate vaccine injuries at 1% – 2% for the Pfizer vaccine. So 98% to 99% chance of nothing happening.
You watch for any signs of distress. The second shot is the worst, and it’s really the first 0-14 days after each shot that seems to be the window where things happen if they are going to. The worst effects seem clustered towards the early part of that window, mainly days 0-4.
Signs of distress include a very rapid heartrate, pain in or around the heart, fogginess or confusion, and mysterious pains or numbness in the limbs. A killer headache seems to be the one to definitely not ignore.
If any of these things arise, go to the doctor or hospital depending on your assessment of severity and do not let them poo-pooh your concerns that it is vaccine-related. Many doctors are now institutionally ‘encouraged’ to steer people away from that conclusion leading to bad advice and worse care.
Hope that helps.
Thank you SO much for taking the time to reply, and for the encouragement. And THANK YOU for your work and leading this online community in these very difficult times.
The interesting thing is that my husband’s younger sister almost died from clots in her lungs as a result of some kind of hormonal treatment a few years ago, and his younger brother had a heart attack also several years ago. Both got fully vaccinated by Pfizer when it became available, did not have side effects and appear to be doing well. Who knows what will happen long term, of course.
There are FLCCC iRecover protocols that you can borrow from if your husband is interested. Ivermectin on the day before, of and after is the main treatment.
I like asprin for its anticoagulant properties (blood clots are a problem for some with these shots and covid itself).
Plus all the other vitamins and supplements that help with covid seem to be in order here.
Not medical advice, I’m just some guy on the internet.
I have been going through exactly the same thing with my wife and son. Both had the first Moderna shots about a month ago, my son is 5 days into his 2nd dose (so far so good), my wife is going for her 2nd dose this weekend.
Noticed my wife complained a little more than usual about headaches for the first couple of days. Thanks Chris for the heads up. I’m going to watch that close for the next couple of weeks!
For my self I have been following the FLCCC I-MASK protocol, without the Ivermectin. Hopefully this will give me a little bit of an edge to ward off anything from them, or anyone else for that matter.
Stay strong! I know the last few weeks been the absolute toughest time in our 37 year marriage! Like Chris said it looks like the odds might be in our favor.
I would go sleep in the spare room for at least 2 weeks and avoid being physically near him as much as possible for your own protection. Also ventilate the house like mad. Shedding signs to watch for on your own body include unexpected bruising and irregular periods. I personally would take immediate unilateral action that involves my favourite prophylactic but I would never give that advice to anyone else, for obvious reasons. Be aware that dose 2 will follow. Ask him to at least tell you when he is going for it. For that one, I would move out for 2 weeks, with the child, however that made him “feel”.
I agree ☝️
It isn’t 98% safe if Dr Charles Hoffe is anywhere near correct that 1 in 2 people develop microclots.
Getting him tested now for d-dimer could tell you a lot (it’s an indication of blood clots). Like whether he should rigidly avoid strenuous activity.
My wife is going tomorrow for the J&J due to work restrictions. I feel ya.
She’s following this protocol :
NAC+Tumeric+Aspirin and he should be fine honestly.
The main issue I have with vaccine side effects is that many of them are completely preventable with some blood thinner and free radical protection.