Unvaccinated individuals have lightheartedly mentioned that seeing their friends and family receive the COVID-19 vaccine has made them “envious” or even a bit “crazy”.
I have always disregarded this as fear-fueled vaccine theories, yet the abundance of literature on neuropsychiatric symptoms is alarming. Presently there are approximately ten research documents that describe fever, headache and a range of related acute neurological issues after both mRNA and adenoviral COVID-19 vaccinations.
Editors' and publishers' enduring prejudice has kept numerous research studies from becoming accessible to the general public, making it nearly impossible for individuals to discover reliable information on vaccine safety. For example, Borovina et al., a Croatian team of scientists, detailed three cases in which acute headaches were followed by psychosis.
All three patients were admitted to the hospital and put through a battery of diagnostic tests in order to receive appropriate medical treatment. Tragically, one of these cases led to an attempted suicide with a stab wound in the abdomen that necessitated emergency surgery.
I am deeply concerned about the evidence that suggests gene coded SARS-CoV-2 Wuhan Institute of Virology Spike protein has been found in the human brain after vaccination. It is scary to think how many subtle changes may have gone unnoticed. With such a large number of people receiving these vaccinations, what would be considered as rare complications could become common issues facing clinical practice.
Ultimately, we should not overlook or attempt to belittle the neuropsychiatric consequences of COVID-19 vaccinations. Every instance must be taken seriously and carefully monitored. In particular, all suicides after December 10th, 2020 should be thoroughly investigated and documented; healthcare personnel as well as family members alike ought to make sure that the brand name of vaccine administered along with the exact amount given at what date is accurately recorded in each case.
Borovina T, Popović J, Mastelić T, Sučević Ercegovac M, Kustura L, Uglešić B, Glavina T. First Episode of Psychosis Following the COVID-19 Vaccination – A Case Series. Psychiatr Danub. 2022 Summer;34(2):377-380. doi: 10.24869/psyd.2022.377. PMID: 35772162.
Mörz M. A Case Report: Multifocal Necrotizing Encephalitis and Myocarditis after BNT162b2 mRNA Vaccination against COVID-19. Vaccines (Basel). 2022 Oct 1;10(10):1651. doi: 10.3390/vaccines10101651. PMID: 36298516; PMCID: PMC9611676.