Stroke a week after the vaccine, a 42-year-old woman serious in Pisa

A 42-year-old woman from Lucca is hospitalized in very serious condition in the intensive care of the Cisanello hospital in Pisa after being hit by a stroke last Thursday. A week earlier, on May 26, the 42-year-old had been vaccinated with the first dose of AstraZeneca: it was given to her on the occasion of an open vaccination day in Lucca. This is what La Nazione reports today, explaining that the 42-year-old’s parents have decided to request a copy of the medical record from the hospital and to present a complaint to the carabinieri to understand if there is a correlation between vaccination and illness. The woman had no previous pathologies and is described as always fit and very active.

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The 42-year-old – who on the occasion of the open day had also been interviewed by the Nation, telling of her satisfaction at being able to get a dose, even though she was forced to wake up at dawn -, following the illness on June 3, she underwent two surgeries: the first, the daily explains, for more than five hours to reduce the damage caused by a large cerebral hemorrhage, which was followed by another operation for a second hemorrhage that struck her.

At the moment no hypothesis is excluded. In the meantime, however, the North West Tuscany ASL has forwarded the report of “suspected adverse reaction” to the vaccine against Covid -19 to the appropriate body that refers to AIFA.
The case is being dealt with in addition to the North West Tuscany Local Health Authority and the University Hospital of Pisa in connection with Careggi.

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