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for the nutters who think covid is no worse than flu an doesnt affect young people

Jan 19th 2022




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My baby girl just left us. Asthma attack exacerbated by Covid. She spent 3 days on a ventilator. She was only 22


I dont know any more details, but its the most awful thing in the world for a parent to have happen.
 
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My wife had a brain bleed way before Covid arrived. For those of you who are interested, we featured on Channel 5's 999 Critical Condition, series 2 episode 6. Horrific experience for us and so thankful that the NHS saved her life.
 
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My wife had a brain bleed way before Covid arrived. For those of you who are interested, we featured on Channel 5's 999 Critical Condition, series 2 episode 6. Horrific experience for us and so thankful that the NHS saved her life.
Sorry to hear about your wife. Hope she’s well and didn’t suffer any long term complications.
It’s a nasty business.Very much life and death. Did she have a ruptured anneurysm?
 
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Great, nothing to see here then?

"Medical experts say there’s no evidence that COVID-19 vaccines have caused any wave of deaths or illnesses among athletes. The vaccines are safe and highly effective at preventing severe coronavirus disease and death."

Yes Denso, just like there being no link between the Yellow Card reports of vaccine reactions and vaccines!
 
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Sorry to hear about your wife. Hope she’s well and didn’t suffer any long term complications.
It’s a nasty business.Very much life and death. Did she have a ruptured anneurysm?
She has suffered a permanent brain injury which gives her some issues (fatigue, occasional impaired decision making, neuropathy etc) but came out of it relatively well considering she nearly died and had to have emergency brain surgery. It wasn't an aneurism but was something called Reversible Vascular Constriction Syndrome. Very rare and possibly linked to injected contraception. Thanks for asking.
 
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She has suffered a permanent brain injury which gives her some issues (fatigue, occasional impaired decision making, neuropathy etc) but came out of it relatively well considering she nearly died and had to have emergency brain surgery. It wasn't an aneurism but was something called Reversible Vascular Constriction Syndrome. Very rare and possibly linked to injected contraception. Thanks for asking.

Gosh, what a terrible shock that event must’ve been - clearly it came out of nowhere. I imagine the pandemic has been especially hard for you both.
 
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Gosh, what a terrible shock that event must’ve been - clearly it came out of nowhere. I imagine the pandemic has been especially hard for you both.
It doesn't help but we've managed. Was hard on our teenage kids but they've been amazing. My poor wife contracted pneumonia, sepsis and MRSA whilst she was on life support for a few weeks so it was touch and go on so many fronts. It happened whilst we were on holiday in Staffordshire (we live in Sussex) so I was back and forward up the country and living in hotels over many weeks. Can't complain though - plenty of people have faired far worse.
 
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