Reaction Registry Wall

Vaccines can sometimes cause injury and death and these risks can be greater for some than others. Since 1982, the NVIC has operated a Vaccine Reaction Registry, which has served as a watchdog on reports submitted to the federal Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS). NVIC's Vaccine Reaction Wall is provided for the public to share their vaccine adverse event experiences and are displayed chronologically. Click to view stories about vaccine harassment and vaccine failures.

Scroll down to the bottom of the page for options on reporting vaccine harassment, failures and reactions. When you submit your stories to NVIC your identity will be kept confidential.

  • Posted: Apr. 16, 2023
    Our story, like many others happened right after my sons one year checkup. He received his MMR vaccine, and shortly after everything changed. Lack of eye contact, sensory issues like aversions to foods, hand flapping and repetitive behaviors. I brought it up to my doctor who, along with his chronic constipation (which is one of the biggest detox pathways in the body) and she told me “functional constipation in children is normal” and in reference to the vaccines “vaccines don’t cause autism”. When I told her my child was developing perfectly prior and now is at a standstill and even regressing she said “yeah that’s what autism is”. Needless to say, that’s the last time my children will be going, or be vaccinated. I’ve poured into research on this, and it’s no coincidence our story is the same as many others. I think we should start asking “why” more often, especially in reference to the increasing diagnosis of autism and other neurological disorders.
  • Posted: Apr. 8, 2023
    My husband began feeling shortness of breath and light-headedness after his 2nd Pfizer shot. He couldn’t walk more than a few yards without feeling this. (On our walks, after his first shot, he was feeling leg pains that were different than leg cramps - typically as we were starting a walk). So, he went to his doctor. His doctor couldn’t find anything wrong, so at the last minute he ordered a blood sample. The nurse noticed his was blood clotting before she finished drawing blood, so he was instructed to go to the emergency room at the nearest hospital, where he was admitted immediately, and put on blood thinners. He had a Saddle Pulmonary Embolism. He responded immediately and went home the day before Easter. When he went to his doctor for his post-hospital visit, his doctor greeted him “I’m so glad you’re alive!” My husband, who was 66 at that time, had never had blood clots before.
  • Posted: Apr. 5, 2023
    Jerry was in rehab after falling and fracturing his back. He got the covid shot on Monday 1/11/2021 and was unresponsive on Wednesday and died on Thursday 1/14/2021.
  • Posted: Apr. 5, 2023
    After I received my first vaccine, Feb.10th 2021, I started feeling “waves” of headache. I was dealing with a casualty at the time so didn’t associate it with the vaccine but was under a lot of tension. I never have dealt with chronic headaches only very seldom headaches. After my second vaccine, March 10th 2021, I started experiencing migraines and photophobia. I had only heard others reports of migraines and put two and two together and realized that this is what I was experiencing. I’ve had multiple doctors and specialist visits since. I’ve had Botox injections twice now and recently started on an injectable medication for migraines. I am being seen by a University medical neurologist and am waiting to also be seen at Stanford. I want to have some tests on my brain to determine what is happening. The MRI showed signs of “aging” which probably weren’t there prior to the vaccines. I had no prior brain MRI for them to reference. My case was reviewed by the CISA, Clinical Immunization Safety Assessment Team but they said there weren’t enough people reporting headache events to give me any help.

Vaccine Reporting Systems - You Have Options!

Learn about the different reporting options NVIC has created for you to post your personal experiences with vaccination and publicly share your concerns with others. Choose one or more options below to share your experience. If you have experienced a vaccine reaction, we encourage you to use the button below to report it to NVIC, and also encourage you to report your reaction to the federal Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) to assist in identifying vaccine safety signals. Click to learn more about VAERS and how to search the VAERS database using Medalerts for reported vaccine reactions.
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