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30-Year-Old Still Seeking Answers 6 Months After Developing Neurological Complications Following Pfizer Vaccine

By  Megan Redshaw

In an interview with The Defender, Dominique De Silva described her frustration trying to get answers for the neurological complications she developed after her first dose of Pfizer’s COVID vaccine, and with doctors who dismissed her symptoms and refused to acknowledge the vaccine as a possible cause.

In an interview with The Defender, Dominique, who goes by @QueenCityDom on Instagram, said she was moving from Las Vegas to North Carolina to start her new life, get married and open her real estate practice when she decided to get vaccinated. Because she has only one living parent, she wanted to protect her mother and other loved ones.

“This virus consumed me to the point where I was wiping down my groceries with Clorox wipes, masking up everywhere I went, staying away from my friends, using hand sanitizer 24/7 and living in complete fear of getting sick,” Dominique wrote in an update on her Go Fund Me. “So, of course, when I had the opportunity to get my V [vaccine], I took it as soon as I could because I was ready for life to go back to how it was before.”

On March 18 –– two days before her big move — she and her now husband received their first and only dose of Pfizer’s vaccine.

Shortly after, Dominique said she felt the typical fatigue she was warned about before getting the vaccine, but she also noticed changes to her vision. “I think I just blew it off because maybe it was just ironic,” she said. “It felt like everything was super bright and too much to take in.”

Dominique said she felt awful, but thought maybe she was tired from getting ready to move across the country. “I felt like my brain was sick,” she said. “That’s the best way I can describe it because it is a feeling I had never had before.”

The next day Dominique got on the tram to the airport and said it felt like an elephant was sitting on her chest. “I didn’t know what was happening with my heart but it did not feel good,” she said. “Before I got on the plane, I got hit by the beginnings of a migraine and started seeing spots in my vision, but the migraine never actually came.”

Within two weeks of receiving Pfizer’s vaccine, Dominique noticed cramping pains in her legs that turned into what felt like growing pains late in the evening. The next morning the leg pain returned.

Dominique said:

“I got up and I had to grab on to the wall because my legs were giving out on me and the pain started kicking back up. So I walked around my bed to the bathroom and it took a really long time to get from point A to point B.

“My legs were weak and numb, and I had trouble walking. At that moment that’s when I realized the vaccine had done something to me.”

The pain never went away and after seven days, Dominique decided she couldn’t wait for her new insurance to kick in before seeing a doctor.

“My husband took me to the hospital that night and they admitted me,” she said. “I let the doctor know I had gotten my vaccine two weeks and three days ago, but he brushed it off and said what I was experiencing was absolutely not connected to the vaccine.”

After running a full brain and spine MRI along with countless blood tests, the neurologist on duty was unable to find the cause of Dominique’s symptoms. Although some conditions were ruled out, her symptoms were not treated or resolved and she was told to follow up with a neurologist.

After waiting months to get in with three separate neurologists, she said multiple other symptoms began to emerge, including dizziness and vertigo, insomnia, pain in her legs, sharp shooting pains, dull pain, weakness, difficulty walking, brain fog, short-term memory loss, vision issues, waves of anxiety, lack of sensation throughout the body, feeling out of body, depth perception issues, internal vibration, tremors in right hand, tinnitus in right ear, muscle twitches, deep pain in the brain stem, tics, vocal utterances and involuntary eye movements.

The first neurologist Dominique saw was very open to the possibility of the vaccine being the cause, she said. “He said he’s seen some weird stuff happening with the vaccines, but he wasn’t sure what to do about it,” Dominique explained.

Next, Dominique visited a traditional neurologist. “As soon as he heard me say I got my vaccine two weeks before this started happening, it seemed like he disconnected from the appointment,” she said.

The neurologist reviewed Dominique’s MRI and said there was “nothing to see here” and she needed to see a therapist. “We go to these people whom we trust, who told us to get these shots, but when something is wrong with us, we’re told it is in our heads,” she said.

Dominique then went to a functional neurologist who “heard her loud and clear,” she said. The neurologist told her, “Absolutely this is something the vaccine triggered in you.”



10 thoughts on “30-Year-Old Still Seeking Answers 6 Months After Developing Neurological Complications Following Pfizer Vaccine

  1. This is an interesting case!
    This is about Pfizer Vaccine!
    The neurologist told her, “Absolutely this is something the vaccine triggered in you.” The question is: Can this be proven? And if so, can Pfizer deny it? If they cannot deny it, how long does it take for them to have to pay compensation?


    • There are now numerous cases of people developed rare neurological disorders following the Pfizer jab. Once there is a preponderance of cases, it becomes possible to use statistical methods to prove the shot was the cause. Pfizer won’t have to pay damages for vaccine injuries because the US congress passed a law granting them blanket immunity. They will have to sue the US government for compensation.

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      • Let’s be more specific: more than 60,000 deaths and more than 5 million adverse reactions, about 53% of which (heart attacks, heart failure, myocarditis, epstein-barre, stroke, meningitis, permanent paralysis, liver failure, kidney failure, etc.) which will lead to chronic pain, suffering and death within 5 years. And this is the first and second doses only; i am not including the boosters nor the planned 3rd, fourth, fifth and continuing lethal injections. And the numbers (from and eudravigilence) are between 1 and 10% of the actuals (possibly up to 6,000,000 deaths and 500,000,000 injuries). We are in this situation primarily because a majority of the population was willing to brand anyone opposed to the government or private industry as a conspiracy wingnut; and because these same people, many being “woke” and “liberal” decided that anyone contradicting the government and for-profit Big Pharma headlines and “facts” were “religious retards.” If you have allowed yourself to be injected with a substance whose contents are unknown both to yourself and the one injecting you (or the one telling the person to inject you), and you didn’t even bother to find out if you are insured for any adverse outcomes, why do you expect those who knew better to understand and accept your pleas for clemency, now that you are brain-damaged; your wife has lost your child; or your Mother or Father were clearly murdered by the State?


  2. Thank you for this article. I experienced similar problems Dominique explained very well: “It felt like everything was super bright and too much to take in.” and “My legs were weak and numb, and I had trouble walking…”
    Another sensation I would like to share myself is: as if ants were inside my legs while resting. The issue with vision is scaring, but seems to get slowly better after 6 weeks: A lack of contrast and difficulty to adapt to dark after looking inside the light. And the misty or foggy impression with single lights in a darker environment, as well as a little loss of the sharpness of vision. As if the eyes were tired all the time. But slowly recovering from that.
    I already know some of these symptoms from before the vaccine, as well as shooting pain in limbs. From past episodes of lack of sleep and stress, which could be caused by an autoimmune illness I havent fully investigated in. My bet would be a reactivation of Epstein-Barr-Virus (EBV) or some other Herpes-Virus. Or a persisting Lyme borreliosis. In my case it could be Lyme (actual antibody of 175) or EBV (actual antibody blood test, three weeks after first biontech/pfizer-shot: high nucleocapsid-IgG of 81 and EBNA-IgG of 243). Or a combination of both, reactivated because of the stimulation of the immune system by the biontech/pfizer-vaccine (because of the higher potency, moderna could maybe lead to worse or longer lasting symptoms).
    EBV is also suspected to be one cause for long covid. A chinese study investigated in a similar case after one of the first chinese protein-based vaccines against covid. The symptoms Dominique and I experienced could probably have appeared after any kind of vaccine. The reaction to a covid infection could possibly have lead to similar or worse symptoms.
    I hope all this gets clearer with further studies. Wishing full recovery to all of you in any circumstance.


    • HI After getting the Phizer vaccine my left thigh went numb then it started creeping up to m y groin then it went away. 6 months later my right leg is constantly warn like a heating pad is on it. This warm feeling goes up and down my leg, only one leg. Its been 4 weeks still there. I got a ultrasound on my leg, no blood clots. I hop it goes away…very leery about booster. I am 59.5 years old I walk 5 miles a day and ride Mountain bikes once per month 13 miles. I wish this shit would go away


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