“I clearly look like I’m on crack. I’m 35 years old and I feel I’m not going to make it much longer. I’m sad, I’m mad, I’ve been trying to not cry and I’m frustrated that this is where I’m at. No one tells you the real risks behind getting this vaccine.”
A woman recently went live on Facebook and noted her strange ticks, clicks, and whistles after taking the COVID-19 vaccine. Kellai St Rodriguez does not know what the issue is exactly. All she knows is that she got the COVID-19 vaccine and noticed all of these strange issues after taking it.
She doesn’t know how it came about but she does know that it is hard for her control her movements and that she is moving her hands around in weird ways as if she’s playing a game of rock, paper, scissors or other childhood games.
All she knows is that her lithium levels are low but she has had that issue in the past. She notes that in previous situations, her low lithium levels would bring about sadness and anger and it would affect her mood but it never made her whistle. Her doctors note that it is merely an amplification of her tremors but that makes no sense to her.
She does know that she got the Moderna COVID-19 shot, she got both rounds. She notes that it has been 57 days since her first shot. She notes that her situation has started to progress in a negative direction. It started with escalated tremors, then clicking and humming, and now whistling in addition to everything else. From her head to her mouth and her general body, she has no control.
Kellai St Rodriguez Gives Warning
“With this vaccine, I know the media, celebrities, everybody is trying to push the vaccine on everyone. I have had COVID, I have COVID-19 on two separate occasions. I know how scary it is because I almost died in February from it. With that being said, everyone should stop being scared, they shouldn’t be scared into getting a vaccine that may not help what is going on.”
She notes “my medications stopped working a week and half after I got my second shot. I almost killed myself a week and a half ago. The reason I didn’t was because I couldn’t move. This was supposed to help me live a long and healthy life.”