Vaccine Injury 139. Adrian Stuart Walker - Vaccine induced Thrombosis Thrombocytopenia
Covid vaccine injuries list:
AstraZeneca Lot AB0012 on 16th Feb 2021
Severe Adverse Reaction: Multiple Blood Clots - Vaccine induced Thrombosis Thrombocytopenia
Age 47 Years Old. Admitted to hospital from 1st March 2021 until 4th April 202.
Written by Adrian 2nd November 2021:
After the AstraZeneca Vaccine I felt generally unwell but expected this, so I just tried to carry on with life as normal, thinking that it would soon wear off. On 28th February 2021 I felt really ill, my body ached all over and I had a fever. I booked a Covid-19 PCR test for that day and my results came through the next morning, Monday 1st March, as negative.
I was now getting severe chest pains and contacted my local GP surgery who told me to go straight to hospital. I went to my local hospital in Grantham where blood tests showed my platelet count was 7, so I was then transferred within minutes to Lincoln County hospital, where scans revealed multiple blood clots. I spent 34 days in Lincoln hospital and was fed through a tube because of a blood clot in my portal vein from the bowel. A full removal of the bowel was considered and, on the 8th March 2021, my wife was called to the hospital and was told that I might not survive. Thankfully I did survive and I still have my bowel. My haematologist told me that one of the main reasons that I survived was because I was previously so fit and healthy and he said that the amount of medication that was required to keep me alive would kill most people.
An account of how I was treated by the Medical Community: Initially doctors were sceptical that it could be an adverse reaction to the AstraZeneca Vaccine, but then came round to the idea, saying they had to investigate all other possible causes before formally diagnosing me with Vaccine Induced Thrombosis Thrombocytopenia. My Haematologist and the nursing staff were superb. My Haematologist even rang me with some test results when he was on holiday.
I was on that many different forms of medication via a drip, that I was that 'spaced-out' for much of my time in hospital. I was not entirely sure of what was going on but was merely trying to survive. I had a pick-line fitted, through which they fed me. I was on extremely high doses of steroids, blood thinners and I was given both blood and platelet transfusions.
When the nurse pushed me out through those hospital doors on the 4th April 2021 I breathed a huge sigh of relief that I had made it out of hospital and survived, but that was only part of the battle won. To this day the battle continues, and looks like it will for a very long time.
I am still on five lots of medication and have been told to expect to be on blood thinners for the rest of my life.
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