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Japan study shows women more likely to get skin rash from Moderna shot

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Yikes! There is still much to be learned about these vaccines.

3 ( +17 / -14 )

Interesting. I have yet to hear of anyone getting an adverse reaction from any of the C-19 vaccines in my world: epicentre of the pandemic in Italy. Adverse reactions have been incredibly minimal.

-1 ( +9 / -10 )

The symptoms were mild. It says so in the article. Quit with the panic-mongering.

-7 ( +9 / -16 )

Like I said already in many of my previous posts:

More and more strange things will come up about these vaccines in the future.

And currently, we hear almost every week something strange about this vaccine.

But here to the topic, I agree with BigYen, the symptoms are mild, so should not be a big problem.

1 ( +10 / -9 )

Why isn’t it banned?

-1 ( +8 / -9 )

Nothing to see here, move along.

8 ( +11 / -3 )

The Covid vaccines have been around for just over a year now and no one knows their long-term effects, nor are there any scientific evidence to guarantee their safety. You can get as many shots as you want but only at your own risk.

8 ( +11 / -3 )

Why is this side effect affecting only Japanese females?

Is there any other similar study anywhere in the world?

-1 ( +2 / -3 )

@bokuda

Why is this side effect affecting only Japanese females?

Is there any other similar study anywhere in the world?

It isn't only affecting Japanese females

Delayed skin reactions, happening on or after six days from the shot, have been also reported as a rare adverse event in the United States and Europe

It is such a mild rash that most people don't even notice it.

But the incidences appear to be higher in Japan, they wrote, perhaps because of a higher awareness of such symptoms in the country

0 ( +3 / -3 )

The symptoms were mild and not considered a contraindication

Translation, it is nothing to worry about. Even if you get the rash, you can still get the second shot.

-4 ( +3 / -7 )

But the incidences appear to be higher in Japan

One reason would be obvious to anyone who has ever had to visit a skin clinic, Japanese girls will go to the clinic for the most minute pimple.... Worried that they are turning into the Elephant man. They are not!

-1 ( +0 / -1 )

The study of 5,893 participants between May and November last year showed that 22.4% of women developed delayed skin reactions after the first shot, compared to 5.1% of men.

A few questions:

1: Why was this report withheld from the public for at least half a year?

How many people developed a rash, after being told "safe and effective" between November 2021 and today? Informed consent means these people had a right to know but weren't told. This is serious lawsuit territory.

What is the biological factor that is causing the huge gap between women and men? If the "experts" don't know, shouldn't these be pulled from the market until we find out.

How many women reported a rash to their doctor but were told "ahh... it's probably seasonal allergies, or try changing your laundry detergent, it can't be the vaccines, there's no proof of that, move along"?

How many more reports about side effects are being withheld?
8 ( +11 / -3 )

Informed consent means these people had a right to know but weren't told. 

Everyone was told before. It was part of the informed consent people agreed to before getting the vaccines. In the large center in Tokyo where I got my shots they even had pictures of the rash, so you knew what it was if you got it.

-3 ( +0 / -3 )

Everyone was told before. It was part of the informed consent people agreed to before getting the vaccines. In the large center in Tokyo where I got my shots they even had pictures of the rash, so you knew what it was if you got it.

Fair enough, if that was the case than I applaud the authorities who did their due diligence.

At the same time, anybody who saw those pictures and decided to opt out should not have been punished or ridiculed in anyway.

The body is a private matter and everybody has the right to say no.

Consent means the individual and the individual only chooses yes or chooses no.

5 ( +6 / -1 )

It seems we are finding out more and more information about these side effects. The worst being death.

Good luck avoiding that.

-1 ( +1 / -2 )

At the same time, anybody who saw those pictures and decided to opt out should not have been punished or ridiculed in anyway.

I agree that everyone should have the right to chose. But who was punished or ridiculed? In Japan the vaccines were completely voluntary. Anyone who chose not to get it could keep that to themselves if they wanted to. Anyone who felt punished or ridiculed should simply stop reading internet forums. Bunch of crazies on both sides to be found there!

-2 ( +1 / -3 )

Does science know all about the medium- and long-term effects of this vaccine?

I don't know why people believe it blindly...

3 ( +5 / -2 )

I was double jabbed with mRNA-based vaccine and now I regret it.

There are many cases of severe adverse effects. One paper, currently in preprint with the Lancet, set out to look for additional benefits from the Covid vaccines.

"Randomised Clinical Trials of COVID-19 Vaccines: Do Adenovirus-Vector Vaccines Have Beneficial Non-Specific Effects?"

What it found instead was a significant difference between the mRNA and Adenovirus-vector vaccines. The number of people saved from dying due to Covid equaled the number that died from "negative benefits" in the mRNA group. Bascially, it killed as many people as it saved.

mRNA may serve a purpose in vaccines and other therapies but it is too new. Normally drugs take much longer to get used in humans. Covid drugs were in some cases made in a matter of days with approval stretching a few months. It should not come as a surprise when something serious occurs. Rashes are nothing compared to myocarditis.

6 ( +9 / -3 )

Covid survival rate is over 99.95% percent without taking any experimental vaccine. Simple choice.

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What is the biological factor that is causing the huge gap between women and men? If the "experts" don't know, shouldn't these be pulled from the market until we find out.

I can't even laugh

3 ( +3 / -0 )

And the study was funded by a Japanese drug maker of course.

2 ( +4 / -2 )

They're still blackmailing people into getting vaccines with PCR tests before you travel somehwere. I haven't been vaccinated, yet I haven't been sick in over two years. Natural immunity I suppose to the original variant back in February 2020. Probably much safer and long lasting.

6 ( +7 / -1 )

The number of people saved from dying due to Covid equaled the number that died from "negative benefits" in the mRNA group. Bascially, it killed as many people as it saved.

Can you post here the number?

1 ( +2 / -1 )

Can you post here the number?

Don’t worry about it. The pre-print, non peer-reviewed study said nothing of the sort. The poster is referencing a youtube video on the Peak Prosperity channel.

0 ( +2 / -2 )

Don’t worry about it.

I'm not.

1 ( +1 / -0 )

These 'rashes' by the way are not rashes but autoimmune reactions related to the vaccine.

False. All rashes are an immune response of some sort, including these vaccine induced rashes. These particular rashes autoimmune rashes.

0 ( +2 / -2 )

These particular rashes are not autoimmune rashes.

-2 ( +1 / -3 )

Covid survival rate is over 99.95% percent without taking any experimental vaccine. Simple choice.

If you are an antivaxer you don't have a choice

-2 ( +2 / -4 )

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