was at home and her right arm ( the arm she got the vaccine in) was trembling uncontrollably. Bree laid down on the couch and fell “asleep” ( or passed out, we weren’t in the room). When her dad and I walked in the room we tried to wake her and she wouldn’t respond for about 10 minutes. We were shaking her and yelling at her to wake up and still she didn’t respond. She finally woke up. At 9:30 pm this happened again, but this time with twitches in her shoulders and was again unresponsive for a few minutes. I called her docotr at his exchange number and when her doctor called me back he told me to keep on eye on her that it was probably an allergic reaction to the vaccine. Bree then went to bed.
down. Bree couldn’t walk without help and it got so bad that she had to use a walker at home and a wheelchair when we left the house. Only part of the feeling has come back, but Bree taught herself how to walk without being able to feel her legs and feet.For the
first 2 1/2 months after receiving the shot Bree did not have a period, now she has them 2-3 times a month and are very heavy. They last between 2-3 days each time.
As of 8-10-10 BRee has now had 642 seizures. She also tried out for volleyball and couldn’t do it. She called me 40 minutes into the first day because she was so sick. She was taking a 5 minute break every 10 minutes and drinking lots of water and it didn’t help. She got very dissorented, her eyes glazed over and she was ready to pass out. They called me to come get her and after she got home a few minutes later she had another seizure. So sports are now out of the question for Bree at this time.