Long term side effects of Covid vaccine

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Had my 1st dose of AstraZeneca 17th Febuary 2021, normal side effects the nxt day, i ached and felt rubbish.

2nd dose of vaccine was 22nd April 2021. No side effects at all next day i was absolutely fine.

Roughly about 2 weeks after the 2nd vaccine i started to have diarrhoea which i could not get rid of, tried Imodem but it did nothing so went for a dr visit but saw the nurse, did blood tests and stool tests, all rests came back fine.

I still have chronic diarrhoea to this day, i have given up gluten now which hasn't stopped the diarrhoea but i am not in as much pain when i follow it.

A few times i have eaten something which i obviously cannot tolerate and it has made me very ill for a few days, the very worst was a barley based cereal and i can actually say i felt like i had done huge damage to my insides.

I am 45 years old and although i have other health issues nothing around my digestive system not ever in my life and i had no food allergies before.

This is literally ruining my life, i am constantly having pain, trapped wind, i spend my mornings in the bathroom, any am appointment ive had to cancel and change to a pm appointment, i feel nauseus alot of the time esp when hungry.

I do need to go back to my doctors but right now they are snowed under and i feel as though they will not do anything anyway and like i would be wasting their time and it is not the easist subject to discuss.

I accept this may be pure coincedence but i dont see how as i had a stomach made of steel before that second jab.

So i will not be getting a booster shot!

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