July 13, 2021 | By Patrick Delaney |LifeSiteNews | Source |
“After six days she complained that her mind remained in a fog, that she had anxieties about the possibility of future seizures and not knowing when she would be back to normal.”
“HAMILTON, Ontario, January 13, 2021 (LifeSiteNews) — A 27-year-old personal support worker suffered a severe allergic reaction including fainting, seizures, and hospitalization, when she received the abortion-tainted Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine.
Deborah Tilli, a mother of two girls, had looked forward to receiving the vaccination. She said, “I wasn’t scared, I was excited. I was like, ‘I’m going to be one of the first health-care workers in the city to get the vaccine,’” CBC reports.
As is routine, she filled out the consent forms, then noticed the nurse who was looking over her file exhibited a hesitation or lack of confidence in how to proceed with her case.
“I do have a severe allergy to bumblebees, and the nurse went over that with me and even questioned me about it, but … it seemed like she really didn’t know what she was doing,” Tilli said.
Following the shot she expected to only have to wait for the normal precautionary 15 minutes. Instead, she began to feel light-headed and developed an abrupt scratch in her throat.
Though initially dismissing it as nervousness, the symptoms persisted. She spoke to the paramedic about what was happening, and was given a Benadryl shot, which seemed to work for several minutes, but “the symptoms returned and worsened.”
Tilli explained, “The supervisor from the paramedics was there and he just said ‘OK, let’s give her the EpiPen.’” However, “[w]ithin a minute, I just said, ‘Something doesn’t feel right in my body,’ and I remember just passing out and leaning over to the right.”
When she woke up in the hospital, Tilli was told that she had suffered seizures and needed CPR, yet CBC confirmed she was transported “in stable condition.”
Though she doesn’t remember much from the incident, Tilli recalled one moment quite well, accepting the possibility that she could die.
“There was a moment where, I don’t want to say I gave up, but I was just like ‘It is what it is.’ … [Days later,] when I was in bed the other night, I was thinking, ‘What if I left my two girls without a mother?’”