A 48-year-old Greek woman from Thebes suffered thrombosis after being vaccinated with Johnson & Johnson. The incident was reported by the 45-year-old sister, talking to MEGA.
“On May 10, my sister received the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, on May 17 she was hospitalized where she was diagnosed with gastroenteritis. At the age of 20, they realize that there is a thrombosis and it is found in the leg, while there was pulmonary embolism and progressive internal hemorrhage in the kidneys and stomach.
After 17 hours he entered the intensive care unit. I was told her life was hanging on a string. “Now her health condition is considered potentially dangerous,” she said.
Pulmonology professor Theodoros Vasilakopoulos said that “a person with mobility problems is a major candidate for thrombosis” and added: “All people with mobility problems have an increased risk of thrombosis. This may have happened regardless of the vaccine. “From the worldwide experience of 110 million doses of vaccines and 400 cases, there has been no specific risk factor. “