Sarah Beuckmann, 34, of Glasgow suffered a horrific reaction to an AstraZeneca vaccine a week after having a dose of the British vaccine made in India, Daily Mail reported.
A mother claims her legs turned into painful, blood-filled blisters that “fused together” after receiving AstraZeneca’s coronavirus vaccine.
Speaking of her fear when she was admitted to the emergency hospital, she said, “At one point, I was sitting there thinking ‘am I going to have my legs amputated’ because I didn’t know what was going on and obviously this is new to the hospital staff as well.”
Ms. Beuckmann began having a tingling sensation one morning that evolved into a bloody rash, so she was rushed to Queen Elizabeth University Hospital.
She was hospitalized for 16 days. They had to cast her legs. Then blisters appeared all over her body, hands, and buttocks, preventing her from moving because of the pain.
The images are truly horrifying.
However, Ms. Beuckmann says she only told her story to make people aware of what can happen with the experimental vaccine against the CCP Virus.
“I’m still not an anti-vaxxer or anything, even now, but I’m not allowed to get the second dose to be on the safe side,” the woman said.
For nine days, she was sedated with morphine for extreme pain but was released to recover at home.
“I’m currently using a wheelchair as well just because I can’t walk with my legs getting bandaged up every day and the blisters on the soles of my feet,” Ms. Beuckmann explained.
“I just want people to be aware that there are some reactions that can occur and not to ignore any rashes. It’s not to scare people but just in case this does happen to anybody else, it means they’re going to get the treatment straight away,” the Brit added.
Initially, due to a lack of knowledge in the area, doctors tested her for HIV, herpes, and other skin diseases, but all the results were negative.
It was then determined that it was a reaction to the vaccine, and she was advised not to have the second dose.
The report states that being under the age of 50, it is unclear why Ms. Beuckmann received the vaccine.
Several European countries, including Norway and Denmark, have halted vaccination with AstraZeneca because of the blood clots it caused in several patients.
Official data from the U.S. Center for Disease Control and Prevention show that so far in 2021, 1755 people have died from the Chinese virus vaccine, a figure that exceeds the 994 people who died in the last ten years as a result of vaccination.
Of the 1755 deaths, 1431 were recorded in people over 65 years of age. 938 deaths were attributed to the Moderna laboratory, the manufacturer of one of the vaccines, and 822 deaths were attributed to the Johnson & Johnson laboratory.
This figure does not include deaths outside the United States, which combined exceed 5,000.
Unlike other vaccines that have been less deadly, the Chinese virus vaccine is not approved by any health organization. Still, it is approved for emergency use because it does not have sufficient testing time, i.e., the long-term effects are unknown.
Also, religious leaders have raised ethical questions and urged the faithful not to be vaccinated with the Johnson & Johnson laboratory’s vaccine, which uses cells from aborted babies in its production line.
Other doctors have explained that these RNA-based vaccines can cause serious diseases.
Nonetheless, government and U.N. health agencies continue to urge people to get vaccinated, claiming that the benefits outweigh the adverse effects.