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Slightly more than 1 in 10 are are reporting that their vaccine injury started more than 2 weeks after vaccination. That is what I was talking about in this thread about delayed onset of symptoms.
Symptom count suggests higher severity in females
Roughly two-fifths didn’t report post-exercise deterioriation, which somewhat lines up with post exertional malaise. So maybe this is a difference between post-vaccination syndrome and ME/CFS. By definition, all ME/CFS patients need PEM for a diagnosis.
High rate of GPCR (G-protein coupled receptors) auto-antibody negatives in females.
Unfortunately the survey doesn’t say how many tests were performed per person.
EDIT: No strong conclusions should be drawn from the results because the survey didn’t ask which autoantibodies were tested. Some only had a few tested while others had an entire panel.
“Unfortunately, the number of participants of the question about autoantibodies was much too low and 80% of men and 50% of women had a positive result. And we unfortunately did not query the laboratories and number of AAB tested, so no conclusion should be drawn on this basis” (Tweet)