Adverse Event Reporting
|Number of vaccinations||1|
|Condition||Hospitalized Life Threatening Permanent Disability|
- Blood test
- Magnetic resonance imaging
- Neurological examination
- Immunoglobulin therapy
- Guillain-Barre syndrome
Bradycardia at rest. History of Guillain Barre Syndrome/AIDP in 2010.
MRI and bloodwork, neuro screening and tests.
Guillain Barre syndrome/AIDP event.
Paresthesia and nerve pain developed in bilateral legs 4 hours after shot and progressed slowly for 4 days in intensity and area involved.
Symptoms progressed distally to superior.
On the 5th day symptoms progressed rapidly and involved bilateral legs up to the groin, left arm up to lateral shoulder, and right hand.
I went to the hospital and was admitted to start IVIG treatment for Guillain Barre Syndrome/AIDP.