We have been busy reporting on numerous vaccine related injuries and side effects.
The most concerning of which can be said to be the alarming number of professional athletes experiencing cardiac arrest and in certain cases sudden death.
Myocarditis seems to be one of the most common vaccine related injuries—particularly for men.
If these potential side effects weren’t bad enough—there is now a newly identified potential vaccine injury which may arise from taking the Covid-19 shot.
According to reports, a rare spinal cord condition known as transverse myelitis could potentially be a side effect of taking Johnson & Johnson’s proprietary vaccine.
Here’s what we currently know:
Acute autoimmune transverse myelitis following #CovidVaccination (Moderna)
Case of a 70-year-old manhttps://t.co/E6OowwTxAA
"…it is important to bear in mind the possibility that the mRNA-based vaccine may induce transverse myelitis, probably related to autoimmune mechanisms." pic.twitter.com/ESjiFyMhPo
— Dr John B. (@DrJohnB2) January 8, 2022
Europe's drug regulator has recommended adding a rare type of spinal inflammation called transverse myelitis as a side-effect of Johnson & Johnson's single-dose COVID-19 vaccine.
— Bee Matne (@BeeMatney) November 12, 2021
The European Medicines Agency’s (EMA) safety committee also recommended a similar warning be included for Johnson & Johnson’s (JNJ.N) one-shot vaccine in October, and reiterated the decision on Friday.
Transverse myelitis is an inflammation of one or both sides of the spinal cord and can cause weakness in the arms or legs, sensory symptoms or problems with bladder or bowel function.
"Until June 15th, 2021, The Netherlands Pharmacovigilance Centre Lareb received four reports of transverse myelitis associated with Vaxzevria®, all reported by neurologists and reviewed by a clinical experts."
— Alicia1984 (@Alicia1984N) January 14, 2022
The Epoch Times explains:
TM is a rare condition that involves inflammation of one or both sides of the spinal cord. Symptoms can include weakness in the limbs, and tingling, numbness, pain or loss of pain sensation, or issues with bladder and bowel function.