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What to know about shingles and the COVID-19 vaccine

Medical News Today
 2022-01-24

Cover picture for the articleShingles is an uncomfortable common condition that causes a characteristic rash, among other symptoms. Some studies suggest a link between COVID-19 vaccines and reactivation of the virus that causes shingles. While evidence suggests this could be possible, it is at the very least uncommon. Shingles is a fairly common...

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Kathy Panek DiGiacomo
01-24

So I’m vaxxed and boosted. The first week after my booster I was sick as a dog. Multiple migraines, high fevers, exhaustion. The next week (last week) I was diagnosed with shingles. Coincidence? YES!! I searched on multiple search engines. Most results the first article said there was no correlation. Of course. The next dozen or so results state there is a marked increase in the thousands of shingles cases being reported. I will not take another booster. It may kill me.

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Gimpy
01-24

And it's only coincidence that people are having problems with their heart, having strokes, and having other health issues shortly after getting the Covid-19 shots. Yes just all one big coincidence.

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Michelle Deville
01-24

2 years ago: 100% safe and effective and prevents transmission 1 Year Ago: You can still get it but it will be less severe 6 months ago: You need a 3rd or 4th for it to workToday: They don't work, there "may" be a link to it and many adverse reactions but we arnt 100% just yet so take another. 😂😂🤣😍

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