The Rise of the Medical Emergency, Pt. 53 - July 13th Reports
Baffled doctors, a baffled Buzzfeed writer, an enlarged heart. Drivers that can’t drive, shots that don’t work, with children and random strangers picking up the pieces. Bell's Palsy. It’s TROME
A California woman suffers from six grim illnesses and has been told she's likely to die by the time she reaches age 35. A seventh ailment of hers is baffling doctors
Baffled doctors. Here we go. This is obvious shot injury. This woman is 22 years old.
‘At the age of eight, she was diagnosed with Ehlers Danlos Syndrome, a genetic disorder that causes joint pain, an abnormal foot structure, elbow dislocations or bluish tints to the skin, according to the National Institutes of Health.
When she was 15, she was diagnosed with Hemophilia A, a genetic disorder that causes blood clot failures. For Hamm, it was particularly dangerous, as she was going through adolescence and experiencing menstrual cycles that would last for as long as 20 days.’ [Emphasis added]
Okay. So, those are the pre-existing conditions. We can be sure this person was heavily encouraged to be shotted based on that information alone, but we also find out later she was an EMT. That bit also tells us she was leading a normal life despite her pre-existing conditions.
‘The diagnosis for postural tachycardia syndrome came at 20 [years-old] — POTS, as it is commonly referred to, causes drastic increases in patients' heart rates when they sit or stand up. The condition causes Hamm to faint as many as 10 times per day.’ [Emphasis added]
Yep. We know this one. POTS is another rare medical disorder we all know the name of now, like “myocarditis” or “ pulmonary embolism.” POTS.
‘At 21, lupus and Raynaud's phenomenon were added to her list of ailments.
The symptoms of lupus are many and can include muscle and joint pain, rashes, fevers, hair loss, chest pain, sun sensitivity, eye disease, anemia, fatigue or memory loss, according to the Centers for Disease Prevention and Control. It's often associated with Raynaud's phenomenon, which causes numbness in the fingers or toes, the Lupus Foundation of America says.
She also possibly has an aortic aneurism.’ [Emphasis added]
Okay, so, two autoimmune disorders and an aneurysm. I’m telling you, it’s those blood pressure swings causing those aneurysms.
‘On top of all that, she started experiencing intense, long seizures this year at age 22, and the condition has baffled her doctors, who are scrambling to diagnose the issue.’ [Emphasis added]
Okay. Can we stop pretending? This is an obvious shot victim. Mystery seizures.
‘For up to 20 minutes at a time, she'll lay prone on the floor, unable to move or communicate, staring blankly at the ceiling. Her husband, 28-year-old firefighter Zachary, will shake her and yell her name, but she won't wake up.
When she finally does, she's often left confused and asks her husband the same questions repeatedly.’ [Emphasis added]
Hamm used to be an EMT but lost her job when the fainting spells began — it was too dangerous, both for her and her patients, for her to be out trying to help people with her condition.’ [Emphasis added]
‘“I miss being able to drive and work and have a normal life and I miss being able to walk around without pain or collapsing in a syncope," she said. "I feel like I don’t have a 'normal' life for someone my age, that I don’t get to do a lot of things people my age are doing."’
I bet she does miss all that. Shot injured and fired — for her shot injury. The beggars guild would take an eye, I understand — but at least you got to be in the guild. That’s better than this.
And she’s super-screwed because you know her pre-existing conditions give credence to the ABTV diagnosis.
Everything she describes from the age 20 on is common vaccine injury.
Well, we just keep writing them down. Maybe later, when we read them all sitting next to each other, we will find the motivation to make the necessary changes.
Okay, this some grade-A BS right here. This dude passed out in the shower and almost died when he got sick with covid — and was shotted with every kind of booster on the market.
He blamed the shower. I’m sure he’s partly right.
‘Though he works in a hospital that treated COVID patients, Wachter managed to avoid the respiratory disease through a regimen of crowd avoidance, medical-grade mask-wearing, vaccination and boosting — as well as a little luck.
But this week, he told his 274,000 Twitter followers: “my luck ran out.”
“My case is a cautionary tale, particularly for the ‘just a cold’ folks,” Wachter tweeted in a long thread about his ordeal Wednesday evening. “Mine definitely was not… I literally have scars to show for it.”’ [Emphasis added]
Okay, buddy. Well, this is a precautionary tale alright.
‘Few today pay much mind to the virus that upended life around the world from 2020 through 2022.’
Funny, isn’t it? Well, apparently it’s because:
‘widespread population immunity from vaccines and prior infection led to declining deaths and an end to public health emergencies.’ [Emphasis added]
At this point in time, and in an article about a shotted covid victim at that, claiming the shots did anything to aid immunity is borderline criminal. Some of the supposed benefit that was noted in the timeframe after someone became, by definition, “vaccinated,” probably came from prior infection induced by the shots. The shots caused skyrocketing cases of covid, the CDC caused those cases to be classified as “unvaccinated” covid cases. Then they got protection via natural immunity, which was later on credited to the vaccine.
I’m just kind of spit-balling here. I think I’m onto something, though, and I’m not sure this issue has been examined rigorously in precisely this light.
‘Wachter said he received his second “bivalent” vaccine booster tailored to protect against the more recent omicron variants in April, but he noted that the two-to-three month “window of protection” it offers “had passed.” He also acknowledged he “let down my guard a bit,” — he still wears an KN-95 mask on planes and in crowded rooms, but dines indoors without.
This week, Wachter said he was on clinical duty at UCSF hospitals where medical staff still are required to wear masks in patient areas.
He said he “felt fine until Sunday afternoon when, after leaving the hospital, I noticed a dry cough.”
“By Sunday night, I felt flu-ish, with a sore throat, fever, and chills,” Wachter tweeted. “Things got bad overnight. Monday, I woke up drenched in sweat, with a bad sore throat and a hacking cough.”
He took a home test for the COVID virus, which was negative, but he wasn’t convinced he didn’t have it and planned to take another. He called in sick to work, didn’t eat or drink, and “choked down 2 Tylenols.”
“Then I made a mistake — I took a shower,” Wachter wrote. “While the instinct to take a shower when you’re sweaty and gross is understandable, stepping into hot water when you’re dehydrated and flu-ish can cause your blood vessels to dilate, leading to a dangerous drop in blood pressure. And that’s what happened.”’ [Emphasis added]
“Prove it!” they shouted. Just kidding.
‘Wachter wrote that he woke up “in a bloody pool on my bathroom floor.”
“There was a dent in the lid of a trashcan, likely where my head had hit,’ he wrote. “I remembered nothing. As I managed to get up, it was clear that my face was going to need stitches, and more than a couple.”’ [Emphasis added]
‘“So my first case of COVID was pretty dramatic,” Wachter concluded. “If I hadn’t passed out, it would have been 3-4 days of a pretty nasty upper respiratory illness. But I did, and so my (unusual) case goes on my list of reasons that COVID continues to be worth avoiding if you can.”’ [Emphasis added]
Avoid this doctor at all costs.
‘Wachter said he has no idea where he contracted the virus — he hasn’t had any COVID patients lately — “so it’s likely to remain a mystery.”’
‘But he added that “I will, however, be more careful about showering or taking a hot bath or hot tub when dehydrated. That’s one important takeaway from this mess.”’
What an idiot.
From Tuesday 21 March 2023 Vaxzevria (AstraZeneca) is no longer available.
Random blast from the past for the week. This came up when I was searching for the organ transplant guidelines circa April of 2021 for another story in this article, and it is so rich. It deserves its own piece.
This is a Buzzfeed writer’s account of being a guinea pig in the Astra Zeneca trials in the US. The term “blood clot” appears nowhere in it. I had to grab a couple choice bits. This one popped out:
‘After hearing my Australian accent, the nurse noted that a lot of foreigners were part of the trial. Were Americans more likely to be skeptical about science? Or be worried because of a history of medical testing on [ethnic minorities]? Or be more individualistic and less focused on the greater good? Probably all of the above, we decided.’ [Emphasis added]
You know, I think she’s right. Maybe America is the best country in the history of the world because of its ideals.
I’m not going too deep into this article — it’s a lengthy whining session that makes several good points, but only sometimes intentionally. Still, I can’t resist some of these highlights.
‘After waiting 15 minutes to monitor for any reaction, I was allowed to leave. My arm was feeling sore and tender, which thrilled me as that indicated I’d possibly gotten the real deal.
By the afternoon I felt exhausted. That night I fell into bed at 8:45, unable to keep my eyes open. Just after midnight I woke up writhing in bed with chills.
“not feverish. just like a bit uncomfortable and like hot and cold,” I texted my sister, who is currently coordinating a vaccine clinical trial in Australia. “if this is my brain imagining my brain is powerful.”
“Your brain IS powerful,” she responded, unhelpfully.’ [Emphasis added]
What a picture.
‘After an hour of angrily scrolling Instagram and struggling to fall back asleep, I checked my temperature at 1:25 a.m. 100.5! I felt vindicated. It was the first time the thermometer had been over 98 since I bought it during the peak of the pandemic.’ [Emphasis added]
Vindicated? I don’t even care what she meant.
‘I texted back and forth with my friend and fellow reporter Anna Sanders, who’d also gotten an injection the day before as part of the vaccine trial, comparing symptoms. She’d also been slightly feverish, tossing and turning all night. But as my symptoms improved in the morning, hers got worse.
“Saturday I was basically curled in a fetal position on the bed. I was in so much pain,” she told me later. Sanders, 29, has psoriatic arthritis, an autoimmune condition, and fibromyalgia, and believes her health conditions likely exacerbated her reaction. Saturday afternoon, her fever hit 100.’ [Emphasis added]
The way these people think…
‘“I literally was out for the count for three days,” Sanders told me, telling me she had constant muscle aches and pains. Iris, the Brooklyn social worker, also told me she had a fever on the evening she received the first injection. For me personally, I was expecting a reaction similar to my annual flu vaccine, and this injection left me feeling a lot more exhausted, feverish, and sore.’ [Emphasis added]
So, she and everyone she knows got laid low to some degree by the AstraZeneca shot. M’kay.
‘Five days after my injection, a nurse called me. I had expected this follow-up call to be a discussion of my reaction to the injection, ready to do my part for science and tell my story about the 100.5-degree fever, major fatigue, and three days of a tender arm.
Instead, the nurse asked me if I had experienced COVID-19 symptoms for more than 48 hours at any time in the last week. Since none of my symptoms lasted more than 48 hours, I said no to all of them. It worried me that the focus was on if I’d developed COVID-19 and not how I’d reacted to my shot.’ [Emphasis added]
COVID-19? I bet you they saw a huge spike of covid during the trials. It also sounds like they relied on self-reporting for negative covid tests, lol.
Boy, there’s a lot to unpack in this lengthy, stupid article. It’s sort of a whirlwind tour through the mind of a sheep. And a very interesting piece for historical reference.
‘When Jennifer Mayadas-Dering started coughing and having a headache, she didn't think much of it. She was far more concerned with her son, a college freshman who was in the hospital with a lung condition.’ [Emphasis added]
Right out of the blocks with this one. I knew this story would be worth a read.
‘Her son recovered, but her coughing grew worse. A competitive racquetball player, she found it increasingly difficult to keep up with her workouts. Her heart rate climbed. She had trouble sleeping because she couldn't breathe when she lay down. Two months and 14 doctor appointments later, Mayadas-Dering had no relief. Things were so dire that she started sleeping upright in a chair.’ [Emphasis added]
‘Her husband insisted they see another doctor to push for answers. This led to an X-ray, which resulted in an immediate trip to the emergency room. Her heart was so enlarged that the doctor couldn't see her lung.
She was soon diagnosed with cardiomyopathy – a disease that weakens the heart and can lead to heart failure, irregular heartbeats and other problems. "The muscle was dying," Mayadas-Dering said. "It was getting bigger and bigger, trying to make up for lost capacity."’ [Emphasis added]
Holy hell. Welcome to TROME.
‘While thankful to have found the source of her problems, this answer made little sense to her. At 51, she was in great physical shape, exercising as much as three hours a day before she fell ill. She had no history of heart problems.
Yet the doctors told her she'd need a new heart.’ [Emphasis added]
Oh, great. Now we get to talk about organ transplants.
Imagine living in another time, and not knowing the subtext to that last statement. That was actually only the year 2020. Maybe the high point of 2020 was the lack of organ transplant denial. 2020 was a rough year.
But, she got some good news:
‘In Spring Lake, North Carolina, a 28-year-old mother of four named Sarah had just died. Five of her organs were being donated, including her heart.’ [Emphasis added]
Sorry for the joke. This is turning into a dark comedy.
‘Losing Sarah was especially tough on her sister, Michelle Johnson, as it came on the heels of losing both of their parents.’ [Emphasis added]
I don’t even want to know what happened to the parents.
Okay, so, this story was a reprinted story from the American Heart Association’s website heart.org. I found another reference to the story because the AHA, curiously, didn’t include dates.
The AHA site, by the way, habitually runs years-old stroke and heart attack stories these days. I’ve been meaning to do a piece on it. But, they can’t just ignore the recent ones. Those are often the ones with no dates. The AHA, in my mind, is definitely involved in purposefully covering up the recent dramatic increase in heart injury with this normalization series, which I believe is a fact that will be revealed by examining their heart.org stories published both before and after the shots rolled out.
‘She started seeing her doctor at the very end of 2020.’ [Emphasis added]
Hm. Heart transplant in April of 2021.
I’m not digging much deeper into this. The absence of any mention of the covid vaccine tells me she was shotted.
I ran a quick news search to find out what people were saying about transplants and the shots and got this blurb from Google:
‘[The shot] is recommended in patients who underwent a transplant because of an increased risk of developing severe coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), and mortality.
Apr 28, 2021’ [Emphasis added]
Sounds like another case of obvious shot injury.
‘Authorities are investigating the death of a 46-year-old Lecanto mother who suffered a medical emergency behind the wheel in Pasco County early Thursday morning.
The Florida Highway Patrol said the woman was driving a 2013 Nissan sedan along Suncoast Parkway when she suffered a medical emergency with her 14-year-old son in the car.
Troopers found the car around 4:50 a.m. stopped in the northbound lanes near milepost 20.
The woman was rushed to an area hospital where she later died.’ [Emphasis added]
With her 14 year-old son sitting next to her. My God.
‘Police are investigating whether a 61-year-old man suffered a medical emergency before he died in a head-on crash along M-24 on Wednesday.’ [Emphasis added]
‘The witnesses indicated that Saylor may have been unresponsive behind the wheel. Several southbound motorists took evasive action to avoid a collision before he hit a 65-year-old man from Leonard, who was driving a Jeep Cherokee.
Saylor's Jeep spun around and rolled onto its roof after the collision. He was pinned inside the wreckage and pronounced dead on the scene.’ [Emphasis added]
‘The Leonard man did not report any injuries from the collision.
The sheriff's office says Saylor was not speeding or intoxicated when the crash happened. An autopsy will be scheduled to determine whether he was suffering from a medical emergency at the time.’ [Emphasis added]
‘Police on Thursday released video of a 64-year-old Elk Grove man who died from an apparent medical emergency last month after he crashed his car in Sacramento’s Woodbine neighborhood and was found in a nearby home’s backyard.
Officers found Joseph Lee Hendricks in the early hours of June 27 after they responded to reports of a possible prowler in the 2500 block of 51st Avenue, between Woodbine Avenue and 24th Street.
The police video shows the officers did not use force or handcuff Hendricks at any point during the encounter. But the Sacramento Police Department conducted a death-in-custody investigation, because Hendricks suffered a medical emergency as officers were detaining him.’ [Emphasis added]
‘Within the next two minutes, the officers recognized Hendricks was experiencing an apparent medical emergency. The officers rendered emergency medical aid, including CPR.
“Yeah, he’s not responsive. Eyes are wide open,” one of the officers said before they began performing chest compressions on Hendricks.
Medics from the Sacramento Fire Department arrived at the home and took Hendricks to a hospital, where he was pronounced dead.’ [Emphasis added]
‘The detectives believe that Hendrick was the driver of the crashed unoccupied vehicle, which is registered in his name. The police video included footage from a home security camera that captured the nearby car crash.’ [Emphasis added]
I haven’t watched this:
‘Players are wearing black ribbons at the Scottish Open this week to honor Bill McColl, a former European Tour player and golf instructor.’ [Emphasis added]
‘On Monday, July 10th, McColl was in a two-car accident on the Links Crescent, just a stone’s throw away from the Old Course at St. Andrews and died in the accident.
McColl, 66, was reported to have had a sudden medical emergency while driving to St. Andrews where he worked at St. Andrews Indoor Golf Center as an instructor.’ [Emphasis added]
‘The 11-year-old is the second young person to die with the illness in July, after the death of a NSW Central Coast teenager.’ [Emphasis added]
‘An 11-year-old Queensland girl who died after catching Influenza B has been identified.
Emma Schwab, from Noosa, died last Thursday in Sunshine Coast University Hospital after contracting the disease.’ [Emphasis added]
‘“Our clinicians are providing support to the family.”
However, the hospital declined to comment on the individual circumstances of the matter.’
‘The news comes just a day after it was reported a Year 9 student on the NSW Central Coast also died from the influenza B strain.’ [Emphasis added]
‘Both deaths come just days after a reported 37 per cent increase in NSW emergency department presentations with influenza-like illness, and a 30 per cent increase in admissions to hospital in the week to July 2, compared to the previous week.’ [Emphasis added]
‘Children under 16 represented about half (54 per cent) of all ED presentations for influenza-like illness, and more than a third (around 40 per cent) of all influenza-like illness hospital admissions in the past week.’ [Emphasis added]
Okay, this is utter madness. How are people not up in arms about this? I know, I know — it’s Australia and all it took was one hoaxed shooting event to disarm the entire nation. But metaphorically, though. How?
This type of data makes no sense. Clearly something is amiss. Something is very strange. You have to close your eyes to not see it’s probably the shots.
‘A North East boy has been invited to meet his heroes after helping rescue his mother.
Logan Allison, 5, was on a walk with his mother, Kimberley, on Wednesday (July 5) when she fell into the River Wear, leaving her trapped due to the thick mud.
With the water level rising, Logan sprang into action and quickly flagged down a passerby for help who contacted the fire service.’ [Emphasis added]
Irony itself insisted I include this detail:
‘As a reward for his heroics, Logan was awarded two guinea pigs, named Steven and Phoebe […]’
Anyway. So, how did it all shake down?
‘A TWFRS spokesperson urged swimmers to be careful around bodies of water in Summer, despite the uptick in temperature.
They warned the public to be cautious of cold water shock and advised those looking to take a dip to only venture into controlled environments.’ [Emphasis added]
Give me a break.
‘A dad-of-two has died suddenly after suffering a bout of tonsillitis.’ [Emphasis added]
Tonsilitis? Emma Raducanu had tonsilitis.
‘Blake Chown, 25, went to hospital after coming down with the common throat infection on June 23.
He was sent home with steroids but returned two days later because he was having difficulty breathing.
After returning home a second time he suffered a medical episode and spent his birthday on life support at Wagga Wagga Base Hospital.
He went into cardiac arrest, resulting in severe brain damage due to oxygen deprivation.
Mr Chown, from Wagga Wagga, passed away on June 28, leaving behind partner Ebonie Dowdy and their two children, aged two and three.’ [Emphasis added]
Oh, it gets worse.
‘Ms Dowdy said she fought for five minutes to save Mr Chown’s life after he collapsed in front of their three year old.
“He went to use the toilet and I was on the phone to emergency services, he collapsed,” she told The Daily Telegraph.
“I had to resuscitate him and our three-year-old came in and saw the whole thing.”’ [Emphasis added]
‘Ms Dowdy found herself in a desperate race against time as she fought to save her partner’s life. She managed to restore his pulse as paramedics arrived and rushed Mr Chown to the hospital, where he was induced into a coma and placed on life support for the next five days.
“There was no hope, and I knew that from the time he left our house … I knew he wasn’t going to come out of it,” she continued.
She said Mr Chown’s last words were “babe I can’t breathe I feel like I’m dying”.’ [Emphasis added]
12) Woman thanks ‘real life heroes’ who rushed to her aid during stroke scare onboard Sheffield Supertram
‘On Tuesday, July 11, Zoe Preston was travelling on the Blue route to her partner’s home after a day in the office in Sheffield city centre. But after just three stops, she began to experience symptoms similar to a mini-stroke she suffered 18 months ago, which took away her ability to walk for half a year.’ [Emphasis added]
You don’t say.
‘Zoe said she was ‘petrified’ as she was overcome with dizziness, her face began to go numb, her lips tingled, and she felt as though she could not breathe properly. The 41-year-old reached out to a man sitting in front of her on the tram and asked him to call her an ambulance.’ [Emphasis added]
‘Zoe’s terrifying symptoms were thought to be as a result of high blood pressure caused by her previous mini-stroke.’ [Emphasis added]
‘Since the incident, Zoe has been determined to track those down who helped her. She said: “Unfortunately, once you've had a mini-stroke, the likelihood of you having another or an actual stroke is quite high and it does run in my family as well, so I'm always on high alert.’
I’d say De Niro is being guided by a higher power to stop being such a damn wimp and to tell the world about the reality of vaccine injury. Finally.
‘Tiffany Chen has opened up about her health struggles ahead of her Bell's palsy diagnosis.
She became a first-time mother in April 2023 with her boyfriend, Robert De Niro. Despite the exciting buzz of motherhood, Tiffany also faced a terrifying health ordeal, later learning that she had Bell's palsy.
Appearing on CBS Mornings on Thursday, she said: "When I went home I started to feel like my tongue felt strange. It felt like a little tingly, just starting to get a little bit numb."
Chen said that she was unfamiliar with the feeling she was having. The only way that she was able to describe the feeling was "weird." Though, Chen also elaborated that her face looked different to herself in the mirror.’ [Emphasis added]
‘Her doctors advised her to go right to the hospital where she was immediately admitted. As soon as she got there, her symptoms became gravely concerning.
‘Even though these symptoms started pretty immediately after arriving home from delivering her child, Chen didn't call the doctor right away. She said it wasn't until a week later that "it all hit."
One of the defining and concerning moments for Chen was when she realised she couldn't eat. She told the story of how she put a fork with food into her mouth and "everything came out". From there, Chen said she began slurring her words.’ [Emphasis added]
‘Chen said: "I lost all facial function."’ [Emphasis added]
De Niro might feel alone, but as the list of shot-injured grows, he should be finding it easier and easier to find some company. He could grab any number of these victims and go on tour. That would be major.