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Some Women Finding Lumps In Breasts After Covid Jabs – US Doctors

The Daily Mail is reporting this afternoon that some women in the US have developed swollen lumps in their breasts after receiving a coronavirus jab.

The women are understandably worried but are being advised not to book a mammogram for at least four weeks after being vaccinated.

The lumps are in the body’s lymph nodes and are occurring on the same side of the chest as the arm in which the jab was administered.  According to The Mail Online:

Dr Devon Quasha works as a physician in Boston and found a lump in her left breast during a routine self-screen. 

She subsequently scheduled a mammogram and an ultrasound to investigate. One week before her imaging appointment she got her first Covid-19 vaccine, the Moderna jab. 

Shortly after her inoculation her left arm began to hurt and then several swollen lumps appeared around her left armpit and around the collar bone on her left side.

Dr Quasha was told by her radiologist that although the breast lump was likely harmless, the swollen nodes would, under normal conditions, be concerning. 

Such a discovery would normally warrant further investigation and an immediate biopsy where a small piece of tissue is removed and sent off for analysis. 

But due to the recent vaccination Dr Quasha and her doctor decided to hold off on this and instead booked a follow-up ultrasound in six weeks. 

Quasha spoke to CNN and told them that knowing her condition is not an anomaly and that many other women are in a similar situation had reassured her. ‘The point here is that there are a number of side effects from the vaccine which are not dangerous but can sometimes increase patient anxiety,’ she said.

The US Food & Drug Administration said today:

For the Moderna jab, one in nine recipients have lymph node swelling or tenderness after the first dose, rising to one in six after the second dose. 

For the Pfizer jab, it is less common but lasts longer, with the swelling persisting for around ten days, whereas the lumps in Moderna patients disappear after two days. 

Ah, so it’s just a side effect and there’s nothing to worry about. Where have we heard that before? I’m sick of the sound of my own voice, but I’m going to say it anyway. Taking one of these experimental gene therapy drugs is like playing Russian Roulette. You’d be mad to accept it.

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Annette

I’ve checked my NHS leaflet A guide for older adults. Its doesn’t mention breast lumps, it does reassuring state “The vaccine has been shown to be effective and no safety issues were seen in studies of more than 20,000 people”.
These liars should be deeply ashamed of themselves. The leaflet is horribly misleading and will shorty be in the recycling bin. I have received another reminder to book the vaccine today, I am eagerly awaiting the call so I can explain why I am declining the offer.

Craig

https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/955901/Temporary_Authorisation_Patient_Information_BNT162_6_0_UK_clean.pdf
The Pfizer/BioNTech info sheet also mentions enlarged lymph nodes; and it too, provides the age range for which it is designed: ‘COVID-19 mRNA Vaccine BNT162b2is given to adults and adolescents from16years.’ So again, why the talk of vaccinating the young?

Craig

https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/963757/AZD1222_Information_for_UK_Recipients_-_22-02-2021.pdf
Enlarged lymph nodes are reported as an uncommon side effect. The use of fetal cells is clearly laid out: ‘ Produced in genetically modified human embryonic kidney (HEK)293 cells.’; and ‘COVID-19 Vaccine AstraZeneca is a vaccine used to protect people aged 18years and older against COVID-19. Note that: 18 years and older. so why the talk of vaccinating younger people?

Ashley

I read the story this afternoon and didn’t put it together until I heard Richie tonight. My mum had the Oxford jab. She had a bad reaction to it, recovered, but a few days later she said her breast was sore, she has a lot of illnesses, so we didn’t put it together. Every day brings more horror.

Wes Baker

‘Oh, that growing appendage? Nothing to see here. Move along little doggies, but do step up for the second, third, fourth and fifth jab.”

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Craig

Let us, for a moment, assume that Big Pharma are telling the truth. It should still alarm people. Lymph node swelling only normally occurs as a result of a systemic infection of fairly serious proportions.
Women who get flu, for example, can expect the lymph glands in their throat to swell (the same goes for men), but it would not be normal for other lymph glands to swell as well. That kind of thing is more common in treatments like radio- or chemotherapy or severe viral infections like glandular fever.
This, then, must raise the question: how aggressive is the ‘vaccine’?

Dutch Marc

Dear Richie,
Please don’t compare the experimental injections with Russian roulette. With Russian roulette it’s perfectly clear what the chances are. I wish this experiment was as save as Russian Roulette. We now have no idea how many chambers are loaded.
Unfortunenaly i don’t know a better comparison. In what game or activity is there no way of knowing what your chances of survival are?

Craig

Playing Russian roulette blindfolded in a room full of single chambered guns?

cornwallnick

If this has only just come to light, and it’s news to me, what other side effects will come to light over time…

Joanne Boddington

Mammograms are in themselves a subject worthy of debate re breast lumps/cancer worries. I’ve never had one but I believe they are excruciatingly painful, pressing the breast between 2 plates, and involve radiation.

James

Hahaha!

James

Woops! Posted the wrong person!

Jennie

They definitely aren’t pleasant, I found it painful.

Kafla

I haven’t either for the same reasons you’ve stated. It’s terrible that l have to question everything as there is little trust for me in certain medical areas.

Kafla

Dolly Parton should check out her three lumps, her head and boobs!

James

Hahahah

Jo26

😂😂

Zander More

That is worrying

Herb

I am shocked, shocked !

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