More than 10,000 Americans have reported tinnitus as a possible side effect of the COVID-19 vaccine, and some are now questioning why the FDA and CDC are not taking a deeper look into their claims about hearing problems..
“It’s a constant high pitch string,” Robert Edmonds told ABC15 during a July visit to Phoenix for tinnitus-related medical care. Tinnitus is a ringing or buzzing noise in one or both ears that may be constant or come and go. It is often associated with hearing loss.
Edmonds describes the noise as louder than his car stereo. He’s a federal government employee from New Mexico, and he said he developed tinnitus, along with tingling of the face and headaches, shortly after receiving his first COVID-19 vaccine shot in January. He did not make a connection right away.
In Seattle, George Hu also had hearing issues after getting vaccinated in February
“The very next morning, I noticed I started having what felt like congestion in my ear,” Hu recalled. “It got worse by the second day, and the third day, I literally couldn’t hear anything out of it.”
George said his hearing returned after treatment with steroids, but he was left with tinnitus.
“Everybody’s very skeptical in the medical community,” Hu said. “My own family members didn’t think that it could possibly be.”
h/t ST. FLOYD OF FENTANYL
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