A mother of three had blood clots and died in the hospital a few days after receiving the vaccine AstraZeneca. The babysitter Tanya Smith, 43, had received her first vaccine in March and died just over a week later after being rushed to hospital with severe stomach cramps. An investigation was opened to determine the causes of his death.
The Medicines and Health Products Regulatory Agency has also confirmed that it will look into Ms. Smith’s case as part of an ongoing review of the presence of blood clots and any links to the vaccine. Ms. Smith’s partner Kenneth Edwards said she had heard “It had been pretty bad” for a couple of days after the injection and then woke up sore one morning and called 111 for help.
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The man said her suffering did not subside even after a paramedic assisted her and gave her painkillers and that she was taken to Derriford hospital where it was later discovered that she had been suffering. «more blood clots».
Mrs. Smith then had it a heart attack and cardiac arrest and, after a short period of stability, his condition deteriorated before he tragically died in hospital on April 3. The news became known only in recent days with the launch of an investigation.
Mr. Edwards has made it known that «she wouldn’t have died if she hadn’t made AstraZeneca», but this cannot be confirmed until a full investigation and investigation has taken place. The man spoke after reading about the death of BBC reporter Lisa Shaw, also following the AZ vaccine. However, the European Medicines Agency says the vaccine’s benefits in combating the widespread threat of Covid-19 (which in turn causes clotting problems and can be fatal) continue to outweigh the risk of side effects.
Paying tribute to Tanya, Edwards said: «She was just amazing, selfless, she was a babysitter, a really good babysitter for 19 years. She leaves behind three children, two adults and a 12-year-old girl with disabilities. He loved his family. We’re all pretty lost without her».
Then he assured him it was «healthy and young» before the vaccine and that she received her first dose at Plymouth’s Home Park football pitch in March after being contacted by her GP to book an appointment. The investigation is being conducted by the University Hospitals Plymouth NHS Trust which operates the Derriford Hospital where she died. Ms. Smith was invited to get the vaccine early as she was a key operator and caregiver for her daughter, who has a disability.
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