Man's skin peels off after adverse reaction to vaccine

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  1. kazenatsu

    kazenatsu Well-Known Member Past Donor

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    Richard Terrell, 74, of Goochland County, Virginia, received the Johnson & Johnson vaccine on March 6, WRIC-TV reported. Four days later, he started to feel a bit off.

    "I began to feel a little discomfort in my armpit and then a few days later I began to get an itchy rash, and then after that I began to swell and my skin turned red," he said.

    His condition continued to worsen, and he was admitted to the emergency room on March 19 after consulting with a dermatologist.

    "It was stinging, burning and itching," Terrell said. "Whenever I bent my arms or legs, like the inside of my knee, it was very painful where the skin was swollen and was rubbing against itself."

    By the time he was admitted, the rash had spread over his entire body and his skin was so dry and red, it could be “peeled off.”

    Dr. FNU Nutan, a dermatology hospitalist at VCU Health, explained that a biopsy confirmed Terrell’s condition was a reaction to a drug.
    "We ruled out all the viral infections, we ruled out COVID-19 itself, we made sure that his kidneys and liver was okay, and finally we came to the conclusion that it was the vaccine that he had received that was the cause," Nutan said.

    The doctor added that the reaction could have been life-threatening if it had not been treated.

    This is not to say that all Americans should avoid the vaccine. Dr. Nutan herself said that a reaction like Terrell's was very rare, and that she still trusts the vaccine.

    link with video here: Man's Skin 'Peeled Off' 4 Days After Receiving Johnson & Johnson COVID Vaccine - The Tatum Report

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    The whole idea of a free society is that individuals can make risk assessments for themselves and act accordingly. If individuals decide that the benefits of the vaccine outweigh the risks, they should get it. If not, they should be free to reject it.


    Another case of a little girl's skin peeling off after the vaccine:

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    Do we really need to be injecting little children who are not old enough to choose for themselves? Especially children who are far less likely than the old to suffer serious complications if they catch the disease.
     
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    It looks like these could be examples of a Syndrome called SJS or Steven Johnson Syndrome x especially the little girl.

    https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/stevens-johnson-syndrome/

    I have seen this occur after ingestion of ibobrufen and many sulphur based drugs are notorious for being suspected triggers

    And this is my point - you do not have a definitive diagnosis - you do not have a detailed health history that would identify the trigger ( I.e. did the man take ibobrufen because they felt unwell from the vaccine?) and although the article says they looked at that this is anecdotal AT best
     
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    So you think he never took ibuprofen his whole life until the day he got the vaccine?
     
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    Sigh!!
    https://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/stevens-johnson-syndrome/symptoms-causes/syc-20355936

    SJS does NOT follow a typical allergy pattern
     
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    This kind of reaction is a risk of literally any medication, it is not any kind of unique or additional risk of COIVD vaccines. Trying to use single extreme cases like this to scrare people away from the vaccines is indefensible (even if you deny that is what you're trying to do).

    No it isn't, it is a picture of a child with small-pox. It is from at least the mid-2000s, quite possibly taken much earlier (You can see it half-way down this article for example; http://www.vaclib.org/news/smallpoxalert.htm).

    Where did you source the claim that picture had anything to do with COVID vaccines? They need challenging and correcting. Unless, of course, it is lie you made up yourself?
     
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    kazenatsu Well-Known Member Past Donor

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    That seems like a bit of a disingenuous deflection.

    I can't think of anything else that offers such statistically little benefit, while carrying risks (however small) that are so dramatic.

    If you just want to compare the Covid vaccine to other vaccines, maybe I would compare it to Gardasil.
     
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    scrare?? Is that scare with an extra rrrrrrrhh!

    I have to admit though I am the last person who should be saying anything about typos :p

    and good pick up on the pic - I THOUGHT I had seen it somewhere before
     
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    I have already shown that if it is SJS or even an extreme allergy these things can happen and they can happen with virtually any medication
     
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    It's not a deflection, it is establishing the actual facts that such decisions need to be based on. You are trying to use singular extreme cases (and fakes) to misrepresent the scale and scope of the risk.

    Do you have anything on the arguably more significant small-pox picture you also posted? I still want to know the source of the entirely false claim that was showing a COVID vaccine side-effect.
     
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    I've seen pictures of other patients with very similar skin reactions.

    As the cult members have said, there is no way this could be from the clot shots. :lol: Humans in denial are a dime a dozen.
     
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    looks like he had an allergic reaction to something in the vaccine, hope he finds out what it is so he can avoid it in the future
     
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