February 2, 2011
Vaccines can permanently damage to cells (neurons) and structures (receptors and mitochondria) of the brain when it enters the human body. Once enough damage occurs, the symptoms of chronic disease develop. The symptoms of vaccine nerve damage depend upon which nerves are damaged. Some conditions related to vaccine nerve damage include:
➢ Brachial Neuritis – characterized by severe shoulder pain, weakness, numbness or paralysis in the arm or hand, lack of muscle control or sensation.
➢ Chronic Inflammatory Demyelinating Polyneuropathy (CIPD) – a progressive weakness and impaired feeling in the arms or legs, characterized by tingling or numbness beginning in the fingers and toes, loss of deep tendon reflexes, fatigue and abnormal sensations.
➢ Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) – severe burning pain, pathological changes in bone and skin, excessive sweating, tissue swelling and extreme sensitivity to touch.
➢ Guillain-Barré Syndrome (GBS) – usually begins with symptoms similar to CIPD (above), gradually spreading to the arms and upper body sometimes resulting in total paralysis, or death.
➢ Multiple Sclerosis (MS) – can exhibit a wide range of symptoms, including vision problems, weakness, paralysis, jerking or twitching muscles, loss of sensation or extreme sensitivity, coordination or balance problems, cognitive dysfunction (brain fog, memory loss, etc..), and seizures.
➢ Opsoclonus-Myoclonus Syndrome (OMS) – characterized primarily by brief, shock-like muscle spasms and irregular rapid eye movement. May also experience difficulty speaking or be unable to speak.
➢ Trigeminal Neuralgia – sudden, severe stabbing or electric shock-like pains usually in the head or neck area and lasting several seconds.
➢ Transverse Myelitis – typically starts with sudden lower back pain, muscle weakness, or unusual sensations in the feet. It can rapidly progress to more severe symptoms including paralysis, urinary retention problems and loss of bowel control.
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