One Survey Among 345 people, mostly women and mostly in the UK, found that two weeks or more after their first vaccine dose, 93 felt slightly better and 18 felt back to normal – a total of 32 per cent reporting long-term symptoms. Improved.
In that survey, 61 people, just under 18 per cent, reported feeling worse, by Gays Medinger, a London filmmaker who has experienced post-Kovid symptoms, most of them reporting only a slight deterioration in their condition. Huh. About half – 172 people – reported feeling no different.
Another survey, by Survivor corps, A group of more than 150,000 Kovid survivors found that as of 17 March, 225 respondents out of 577 reported some improvement, while 270 reported no change and 82 felt worse.
Saginaw, Min. K 55-year-old Jim Gould feels some longstanding Kovid symptoms have worsened since vaccination. Mr. Golden, a former hospice nurse who also owns a small farm, had experienced months of hardship, including blood clots in his lungs, chest pains, brain fog, insomnia, and any rapid breathing. Trouble was involved. At the end of last year, after seeing several doctors, “I was finally starting to get better,” he said.
Since receiving her second dose of the Pfizer vaccine in mid-January, she said, her chest irritation and shortness of breath have returned with a vengeance, especially if she does activities like collecting sap from maple trees on her farm Commits himself to Nevertheless, Mr Golen said he was “very happy” to be vaccinated, stressing that Kovid’s effects were worse and that it is important to stop it.