COVID-19 vaccine: Houston womans sudden paralysis linked to Johnson & Johnson vaccine, she says – KTRK-TV

HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK)– A Houston woman invested 22 days in the medical facility suffering from an unusual disorder known as Guillain-Barré that she stated her physician figured out was brought on by her COVID-19 vaccine.Jamie Walton stated she has been extremely mindful throughout the pandemic since she is fearful of getting the infection. About three months ago, she got the Johnson & & Johnson vaccine.Then, at the start of June, she stated she began feeling numbness and tingling in her feet and hands.READ ALSO: 99.75% of Houstonians who died of COVID werent immunized, doctors say”I know my body and I knew something wasnt right, so I kept attempting to go to different medical professionals and I kept being informed, Youre dehydrated.”Walton stated it was her brother-in-law, who is a doctor, who determined she had Guillain-Barré.”If mine wasnt caught when it was and it got to my diaphragm, I could have been like a lot of these clients who are in the health center on ventilators not able to talk, not able to move and there for a long, long time,” Walton said.She said she went to TIRR Memorial to find out how to walk once again and do other fundamental movements.”I definitely would still get the vaccine,” Walton said.

HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK)– A Houston woman invested 22 days in the medical facility suffering from an uncommon disorder understood as Guillain-Barré that she said her medical professional figured out was brought on by her COVID-19 vaccine.Jamie Walton said she has been extremely mindful throughout the pandemic since she is fearful of getting the infection. About 3 months earlier, she got the Johnson & & Johnson vaccine.Then, at the start of June, she stated she started feeling tingling and tingling in her feet and hands.READ ALSO: 99.75% of Houstonians who passed away of COVID werent vaccinated, physicians say”I know my body and I knew something wasnt right, so I kept trying to go to different doctors and I kept being told, Youre dehydrated.”Walton said it was her brother-in-law, who is a medical professional, who determined she had Guillain-Barré.
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