One of the reasons pinpointing how “something ” might be going wrong is so hard because of the diverse set of possibilities. Every person’s body is going to handle the a little differently based on genetics, lifetime toxin load, TYPE of toxins in that personal load, comorbidities (due to lifestyle choices) , and luck of the draw. Adverse events would be much much easier to track if everyone had a similar adverse event.
Compare this with a <0.1% risk…..and gaining natural immunity in the process. God didn’t make a mistake in us. Our God given immune system will never be surpassed by something made by man.
Medical freedom. It’s that important. Every person deserves the right to choose the outcome of their own health. Choosing involves knowing both sides of the coin. Risk vs benefit. This is something that has been seriously lacking in a Big Pharma lifestyle in general, and something that I have been vocal about for years… it’s especially important to understand this concept with the advent of the current ‘s being pushed heavily.
There is a TV show called “Most Dangerous Jobs”. Frankly, that show is outdated. Every time some company mandates a , it should be added to that TV show’s list.
Is it worth the risk? Only you can make that decision.
For the record, I personally have never seen a side effect / adverse event list this long on any medication package insert in my 31 years as a pharmacist.
You only have one you.