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Connecticut - Adverse Effects From The Field

This week alone, we heard three different accounts of people who developed alopecia, an autoimmune condition, after getting a covid shot.

A particularly sad story came from a friend whose neighbor vaccinated her teenage son. His hair has been falling out in clumps since being vaccinated. He developed bald spots all over his head, along with thinning patches of hair. His head is 95% bald, and now he’s losing his eyebrows and eyelashes, along with all of the confidence he had since so many people stare at him in shock at his hairless appearance.

Can you imagine the guilt his mother must feel for doing this to her son? She thought she was doing the right thing by getting her son vaccinated, but instead she has to accept responsibility for directly harming her child.

He’s not he only child in Connecticut going bald thanks to the vaccine. We found another report about an 11-year-old boy going bald, too.

Unfortunately, CDC’s VAERS reveals 3,136 cases of alopecia post-vaccination. So far only 65 cases have been reported in children under the age of 18. Surprisingly, 77% of alopecia cases were see in girls, like this 14-year-old girl in New Jersey who has been coping with hair loss after the first shot. Her parents are “not sure what to do” about whether to get the second shot after reading so many reports of post-vaccination alopecia on VAERS.

We read about another pro-vaxx mother whose 13-year-old daughter has been losing large amounts of hair since her second Pfizer shot. Now the mother admits, "after what my daughter has been through and continues to go through, we are concerned about giving her future doses of the vaccine since this seemed to develop shortly after the vaccine. Before this, our daughter was in great health.”

We also read about a 6-year-old boy who started losing his hair about three-weeks after his second shot.

Can you imagine starting to go bald at age 6?

Good thing Pfizer has an alopecia drug, right?


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