Danice Hertz is a 64-year-old gastroenterologist who has come forward this week to reveal that the Pfizer vaccine left her “horribly ill” and “incapacitated.”

Hertz went so far as to say that if she could go back in time, she would not get the vaccine again. Since getting the vaccine last December, she has been in contact with numerous health agencies, physicians, and researchers in the hopes of getting help for the neurological injuries she suffered after getting the shot.


Hertz got her first and only dose of the Pfizer vaccine on December 23.

“There was an opportunity to get the vaccine because the hospital was giving it to every doctor,” Hertz said. “I didn’t know if I would need to go back into the workforce, so I ran to get it. Within 30 minutes, I started experiencing adverse effects.”

“I waited the 15 minutes you’re required to wait after you get it, and I went to the car, and my face started burning,” she added. “I drove home five minutes away, and by the time I walked through the door, I told my husband to call the paramedics.”

In less than 24 hours, Hertz said she developed neurological symptoms, including severe paresthesias in her face, tongue, scalp, chest wall, and limbs, as well as tremors, twitching, weakness, headaches, tinnitus, and imbalance.

“My blood pressure was 186 over 127, which I’ve come to find is characteristic of these reactions,” she recalled.

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The next day, Hertz found that her face was completely numb.

“My entire face felt like it was burning — like acid had been poured on my face. I had sensations throughout my body like it was vibrating,” she said. “I felt like I had a tight band around my waist, chest pain, and shortness of breath, and I went to bed for seven days.”

“I saw six neurologists, five allergists, three rheumatologists, and no one had a clue,” Hertz added. “They did blood work, skin biopsies, an MRI, and more, and nothing really came up. Unfortunately, if a doctor doesn’t know what’s wrong with you, they’re done with you, though that’s not how I practice.”

A Harvard doctor thought that Hertz had mast cell activation and put her on medications, but they didn’t help.

“I don’t think that’s [mast cell activation] the whole explanation of what’s happening to us,” she said. “I’m still here nine months later. I still don’t know what’s wrong with me. I am not as sick as I was initially, but I still get attacks where I feel like I’m being electrocuted, and my husband can actually feel my legs and arms vibrating.”

Hertz has since launched a Facebook group that now has over 160 people in it who have experienced neurological problems after a COVID vaccine.


“We have 160 people in this private Facebook group, and we all know each other very well and are trying to help each other,” Hertz said. “Together, we’ve been trying very, very hard to get help. Although my group consists of 160 members who had legitimate adverse reactions to COVID vaccines, there are other groups I’m aware of that have thousands.”

While there are various theories for adverse vaccine reactions like hers, Hertz doesn’t think that any have been proven or enough research has been done.

“Some people think it’s an immune-mediated neuropathy where nerves are attacked by antibodies triggered by the vaccine,” Hertz said. “A doctor in California claims he found a spike protein produced by the vaccine in our monocytes — as he is doing research on members in the group.”

Hertz concluded that while she is pro-vaccine, she is also “pro-informed consent,” and she has always given that to her patients.

“Whatever I did to them, if it was a procedure like a colonoscopy or prescribing a medication, I always provided them with the risks involved,” Hertz said. “There has been no informed consent with the [COVID] vaccine, and if I would have known, I never would have gotten it.”

She added that the public needs to be given accurate and complete information about the risks and the ability to make a choice.


“To make that choice for them is wrong,” she said.

This is precisely the type of story that the media is trying to bury, as they do not want anyone questioning the vaccine. Let’s make Hertz’s story go viral because it’s something that every American needs to see.