Who Should Use Caution in Receiving the COVID-19 Vaccine?
Whether you decide to get the vaccine or not make sure your decision is not based on someone’s misguided comments. You can’t undo the injection once it is done, but you can always do it later after more data comes in and after you have had time to research. One more thing, I would ask you, “what is your gut telling you?” You know your body better than anyone else.
In general, those whose adverse events to the Fluoroquinolones were mild, and limited to mild or moderate musculoskeletal symptoms, seem to be tolerating the vaccine the best. However, those who had severe neurological, immunological, and mitochondrial pathologies do not seem to be tolerating the vaccine as good. There are always exceptions to any rule.
Like I mentioned earlier, coming up with a one-size-fits-all universal statement is both irresponsible and difficult, so instead I will list my opinion on those who I believe should exercise caution in taking the vaccine.
It is my opinion that anyone…
…who is still suffering from an acute adverse event to the Fluoroquinolones should use extreme caution. These would be people that are newer active cases with rapidly changing symptoms. These individuals don’t fully know what body systems are going to be impacted by floxing in the long term.
…who has a confirmed mitochondrial pathology post Fluoroquinolones should use extreme caution. Fluoroquinolone’s can initiate mitochondrial disease and COVID-19 and the vaccines hit the mitochondria hard.
…who has myopathy, muscle weakness, chronic fatigue, or severe energy issues post Fluoroquinolones should use extreme caution. Many individuals suffering these symptoms again, have moderate to severe mitochondrial involvement. Some floxies have reported new, worsening or long-term fatigue and weakness after receiving the vaccine.
…who has vascular problems post Fluoroquinolones, especially those who have been floxed and have Ehlers Danlos Syndrome should use caution. We do know that the FQ’s can impact connective tissues long term, however at this time we do not know the long-term impact of the spike protein on endothelial and connective tissues.
…who has developed a blood pathology, such as a clotting disorder, post Fluoroquinolones should use extreme caution. Many of the fatalities with the vaccines have to do with blood clots.
…who has moderate to severe neurological problems post Fluoroquinolones, especially severe peripheral or sensory neuropathy should use extreme. Many people who have these issues especially severe ganglionopathies are sensitive souls and I have received reports of increases in sensory neuropathy symptoms from the vaccines.
…who has immune mediated inflammatory conditions post Fluoroquinolones should use caution. This virus and the vaccines do initiate a body-wide inflammatory state.
…who have a known allergy to any of the vaccine ingredients such as polyethylene glycol (PEG). Strangely enough, I have seen several people develop an intolerance to PEG post Fluoroquinolones and when they take it, it exacerbates neurological symptoms.
Obviously this is not an all inclusive list of cautions. I will update this as more data comes out.