Vaccine shedding

  • Vaccine shedding

    Posted by rosie on February 20, 2024 at 8:46 am EST

    I’m unvaccinated and want to know if I should limit contact with my sister, who gets boosted frequently per CDC guidelines. Her vaccine side effects include shingles, heart palpitations, lichen plantos, oral sores, infected fillings done years ago and recent rejection of breast implants done after cancer surgery 20 years ago. I’m 68 and healty and active but have corneal neuralgia and post-thoracotomy pain syndrome. I used to have severe seasonal allergies but haven’t for years. Should I wait to see my sister until it’s been a while since her last booter. If yes, how long? Also should I limit hugging or other physical contact. Finally, is it OK for her to be around my 2-month-old grandson?

    Sadie replied 3 months ago 6 Members · 6 Replies
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  • pojeda

    February 20, 2024 at 3:38 pm EST
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    If she has an active case of shingles she shouldn’t be kissing and hugging a baby. My adult daughter was coerced by her college to get primary MRNA vax and booster and meningitis vax despite not being required by law. I am not about to limit any hugs I can get on her or from her. Perhaps you can remind your sister she is more susceptible to other pathogens soon after any vaccination and phrase it as a way of protecting her?

  • sanlolo

    February 20, 2024 at 10:59 pm EST
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    Unfortunately shedding of the spike protein is real and for months after a booster. Check out Dr. Marek’s or Dr. Kory’s recommendation of how long to wait before it is safe to go around people that have been hoodwinked into getting these shots. Medical information to suggest it is TIME to stop these shots would be good to recommend if relatives/friends will receive it.

  • rosie

    February 21, 2024 at 6:30 am EST
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    How do I find Dr. Kory’s recommendations on how long to wait to be around someone who’s boosted?

  • Karen_flccc

    February 21, 2024 at 8:56 am EST
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    Dr Kory did a recent interview at Epoch Times on shedding:

    Dr. Kory did a 9 part series on shedding:

    Here is Dr. Kory’s series with short summaries from Dr. Kory’s substack and links:

    “In the first 4 posts of this series on shedding, I reviewed the regulatory and scientific evidence identifying the risks and reality of transmission of Covid mRNA nanoparticle components and spike protein products from the vaccinated to developing fetuses, breast-milk fed infants, and others in their vicinity.”

    “The posts beyond Part 4 focus almost solely on providing clinical evidence with descriptions of situations where patients reported symptoms after close exposures with vaccinated family members, friends, or contacts.”

    “In Part 5, I reviewed the case presentations of two women I successfully treated for abnormal menses after they had a close exposure to recently vaccinated practitioners. In addition, I reviewed a study which found a strong correlation between adult mRNA vaccination rates and excess mortality among unvaccinated children across the U.S and Europe. That paper’s finding is truly disturbing to contemplate.”

    “In Part 6, I presented case notes and communications of a small cohort of patients in our Leading Edge Clinic that detail symptoms developing after exposure to vaccinated contacts.”

    “If you read Posts 6, 7, and 8, note the totality, consistency, and similarities of the clinical anecdotes submitted by people from different parts of the country and world and who are not expert in vaccine injury syndrome/symptoms (in some cases they were not aware of shedding until having read my post and then recalled these events). I find that the totality of the posts are conclusive evidence that clinically significant shedding occurs.”

    “In Part 6, I presented case notes and communications of a small cohort of patients in our Leading Edge Clinic that detail symptoms developing after exposure to vaccinated contacts.”

    This article is a continuation of Part 8 of my series of shedding, where I again provide detailed reports from subscribers and readers who have observed similar phenomena in their own lives. I would say that the majority (but not all) are highly convincing for shedding induced illness.

  • FLCCC_official

    February 27, 2024 at 7:19 pm EST
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    It is hard to respond to such specific circumstances, but we do know the proximity to when they got a booster is one item to monitor. We can share the Shedding document to provide an overiew and then share the I-PREVENT accine Injurt guide as form of protecion. Again all about treating at first symptom.

  • Sadie

    February 28, 2024 at 4:41 pm EST
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    Such a good question. Karen Stewart’s links will offer you the most help. When the shots rolled out, my daughter, who lived with us, got them. I worried about shedding, even though it wasn’t confirmed back in early 2021. I just crossed my fingers and hoped all the therapeutics I was on would take care of me.

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