Blood Clot Risk Much Higher From Covid-19 Than With Vaccines

Pixual

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And it doesn't work for very long either. So... you will be jabbed every 6 months for the rest of your days.

Thanks, but no thanks.

If you don't want covid, don't go outside. Just stop living.
 

killerbyte

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And it doesn't work for very long either. So... you will be jabbed every 6 months for the rest of your days.

Thanks, but no thanks.

If you don't want covid, don't go outside. Just stop living.
Trust me... you don't want ****ing COVID.

I am still recovering from it. 3 Weeks in hospital, 2 weeks of that in high care. My lungs were so ****ed that they wouldn't let me get out of bed to piss. Try pissing in a bottle for 3 weeks because every time you stand up your blood oxygen levels plummet and you collapse.
You really don't want this bug because it could be you in hospital!

The infectious disease specialist at Pretoria East Hospital told me I am probably more immune than anyone but did not wave me off getting the vaccine when I can. He just told me to wait 3 months.

I am 35 and if it wasn't for hospitalization I would have been dead.

And regarding the original post: I was injected daily with anticlotting meds. There were sections of my stomach that looked like pin cushions; purple with a lot of holes from all the injections. When you are in for COVID they are paranoid about blood clotting.

Speak to your GP. If he feels you are at risk of blood clotting then he/she should put you on meds to counteract that. But no matter what, speak to your GP about the vaccine, get their advice. Their advice should count for a lot more to you than the opinion of some keyboard warriors on this or any forum.
 
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HunterNW

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Trust me... you don't want ****ing COVID.

I am still recovering from it. 3 Weeks in hospital, 2 weeks of that in high care. My lungs were so ****ed that they wouldn't let me get out of bed to piss. Try pissing in a bottle for 3 weeks because every time you stand up your blood oxygen levels plummet and you collapse.
You really don't want this bug because it could be you in hospital!

The infectious disease specialist at Pretoria East Hospital told me I am probably more immune than anyone but did not wave me off getting the vaccine when I can. He just told me to wait 3 months.

I am 35 and if it wasn't for hospitalization I would have been dead.
Morning. More immune after surviving covid ?
 

rietrot

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Trust me... you don't want ****ing COVID.

I am still recovering from it. 3 Weeks in hospital, 2 weeks of that in high care. My lungs were so ****ed that they wouldn't let me get out of bed to piss. Try pissing in a bottle for 3 weeks because every time you stand up your blood oxygen levels plummet and you collapse.
You really don't want this bug because it could be you in hospital!

The infectious disease specialist at Pretoria East Hospital told me I am probably more immune than anyone but did not wave me off getting the vaccine when I can. He just told me to wait 3 months.

I am 35 and if it wasn't for hospitalization I would have been dead.

If you going to post stuff like this you should include your full medical history so that we can judge how healthy you are.
 

Gordon_R

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And it doesn't work for very long either. So... you will be jabbed every 6 months for the rest of your days.

Thanks, but no thanks.

If you don't want covid, don't go outside. Just stop living.

There's a meme for those kind of pathetic excuses:

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Geoff.D

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Trust me... you don't want ****ing COVID.

I am still recovering from it. 3 Weeks in hospital, 2 weeks of that in high care. My lungs were so ****ed that they wouldn't let me get out of bed to piss. Try pissing in a bottle for 3 weeks because every time you stand up your blood oxygen levels plummet and you collapse.
You really don't want this bug because it could be you in hospital!

The infectious disease specialist at Pretoria East Hospital told me I am probably more immune than anyone but did not wave me off getting the vaccine when I can. He just told me to wait 3 months.

I am 35 and if it wasn't for hospitalization I would have been dead.

And regarding the original post: I was injected daily with anticlotting meds. There were sections of my stomach that looked like pin cushions; purple with a lot of holes from all the injections. When you are in for COVID they are paranoid about blood clotting.

Speak to your GP. If he feels you are at risk of blood clotting then he/she should put you on meds to counteract that. But no matter what, speak to your GP about the vaccine, get their advice. Their advice should count for a lot more to you than the opinion of some keyboard warriors on this or any forum.
No catheter?
 

Pixual

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Trust me... you don't want ****ing COVID.

I am still recovering from it. 3 Weeks in hospital, 2 weeks of that in high care. My lungs were so ****ed that they wouldn't let me get out of bed to piss. Try pissing in a bottle for 3 weeks because every time you stand up your blood oxygen levels plummet and you collapse.
You really don't want this bug because it could be you in hospital!

The infectious disease specialist at Pretoria East Hospital told me I am probably more immune than anyone but did not wave me off getting the vaccine when I can. He just told me to wait 3 months.

I am 35 and if it wasn't for hospitalization I would have been dead.

And regarding the original post: I was injected daily with anticlotting meds. There were sections of my stomach that looked like pin cushions; purple with a lot of holes from all the injections. When you are in for COVID they are paranoid about blood clotting.

Speak to your GP. If he feels you are at risk of blood clotting then he/she should put you on meds to counteract that. But no matter what, speak to your GP about the vaccine, get their advice. Their advice should count for a lot more to you than the opinion of some keyboard warriors on this or any forum.
I am sorry that you got ill.

I am not sorry for my opinion on the way this entire clusterf*ck has been handled, by medical people, by government and especially by the media. All of them have made the mess and now we must listen to what they tell us? Feck that.

My question to you is this: why did your doctor tell you to wait for 3 months before being vaccinated? What's the reason?
 
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