A 35-year-old resident of Ierapetra, vaccinated with AstraZeneca, is diagnosed with a new case of thrombosis.
A 35-year-old young man developed symptoms of thrombosis 11 days after vaccination. He underwent surgery, while he was threatened with the loss of a leg. This time, he developed a thrombosis in the carotid artery and the patient had to undergo a second operation at the Heraklion University Hospital, as reported on the SKY TV channel.
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On Maundy Thursday, a 35-year-old man received the AstraZeneca vaccine. At first he had the usual symptoms (slight malaise), but then they disappeared.
On the 11th day, May 10, on the way to work, he developed an acute thrombosis and suddenly paralyzed his left leg. They managed to save the young man and underwent an urgent operation.
Yesterday at noon he was diagnosed with a new blood clot in the left carotid artery. The man was re-hospitalized. According to the doctors, the man was absolutely healthy, athletic and had no history (of chronic diseases). And he miraculously managed to escape, thanks to the urgent intervention of doctors.
What the father of a 35-year-old man says
“Today he is fine, although only yesterday he was very upset by the misfortune that happened to him … Monday was a decisive day. Doctors wanted to save his life more than his leg. We were told that we would probably have to do an amputation, ”said the father of the hospitalized man in an interview with SKY.
Regarding the physical condition of the 35-year-old man before the vaccination, his father said that “his son never had any health problems. The doctors also told him that it is necessary to first find out if there is a blood clot in the carotid artery.”
“There are indications that this was purely due to the AstraZeneca vaccine. There are some reservations, but on the whole the experts’ opinion is still in agreement on this, ”he added.
Despite the shocking incident in which the health of his son was significantly shaken, the father of the 35-year-old said: “I urge everyone to get vaccinated!”