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WASHINGTON, D.C. (LifeSiteNews) – A 35-year old woman suffering with uncontrollable body tremors after receiving her second COVID jab shared Tuesday how despite her crippling symptoms she has been told by doctors there is nothing “medically wrong” with her.

Kellai Rodriguez shared the story of how her life was “turned upside down” during a Real not Rare rally on the steps of the Supreme Court featuring speakers experiencing painful and debilitating symptoms after receiving COVID shots. Rodriguez and most other speakers shared that doctors did not take their complaints of injury from the jab seriously, which they found deeply upsetting.

Rodriguez, who was formerly very athletic and has been a stay-at-home mother, told how she got the Pfizer jab earlier this year because she was “terrified” she would catch COVID again and die. “I got COVID in February and it almost killed me,” said Rodriguez. Not long after, she received her first Pfizer shot on April 13, and her second on May 5. “I’ve had COVID twice since my vaccines,” she added.

“On June 29, 2021, my happy, predictable daily life came to a screeching halt. I lost my ability to speak naturally. I have become unable to walk without a walker, and never know if or when the tremors will come or go. I can no longer cook, clean, or even pick up or hold my baby for too long before my body begins to shake uncontrollably or is thrown into excruciating amounts of pain,” said Rodriguez.

“I have been to the ER more times than I can count, and as a result I’ve seen countless ER doctors, as well as two neurologists who’ve given me no diagnoses,” she continued.

Rodriguez said she was given “no further testing besides the regular bloodwork, CT scans, EEGs, EKGS, and the MRI,” which she was told showed “normal” results.

According to Rodriguez, a functional medicine doctor and chiropractor “seem to be the only ones willing to help” her understand what is happening to her body.

Rodriguez shared that in some instances, her symptoms were written off as a psychological problem, which became a common refrain among the speakers at the rally. When not misrepresenting their symptoms, doctors were often reported to either refuse to link their physical problems with the jab or acknowledge their symptoms were real at all.

“It has become the loneliest and most isolating experience I’ve had in my 35 years of life,” said Rodriguez. “I have been made to feel that I do not matter to those in Western medicine. That I am nothing more than an annoyance and waste of time. I deserve to be heard and treated with compassion, but instead, I have been called a liar and a fake, and have even been told by ER doctors that this is all in my head and that there is nothing medically wrong with me.”

In fact, she said, they went so far as to call a social worker to have her evaluated for commitment to a state mental health hospital.

Rodriguez said she plans to share her story until “every single” person injured by a COVID jab “has a diagnosis and a treatment plan in place.” She believes it is time to “demand” that doctors “stop ignoring and dismissing what is happening to thousands” around the world.

“I love all of you because that is the only thing that is going to get us through this. Love is the only weapon powerful enough to destroy the ugliness in this chaos we call our world,” said Rodriguez.

Real Not Rare is a grassroots movement that seeks to raise awareness about adverse reactions to COVID shots, seeks acknowledgement by the media and the government of these risks, and advocates for better treatment of those injured by the shots, as well as for an end to COVID shot mandates.

Help Vaccine Victims get essential medical treatment: www.lifefunder.com/vaxvictim

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