Yes i am willing to wait for a reply. Have you any idea how long this might take ?
Yes i had the jab here. In 1998,2000 and 2002 i had strokes from which i recovered quite well. I was able to get around with a walking stick and drive. In 2003/2004 i was diagnosed with type 2 Diabetes. I was told i must have the Flu Jab annually,at first there were no adverse affects apart from a slight touch of the Flu but after the 2010 jab i started to lose muscle control and found myself suffering from a slight case of incontinence. Things went downhill from here and I ended up being sent to Hospital where i spent a Week in ICU (Intensive Care Unit) and a further 24 Weeks in Hospital. The Flu Jab that year had been made particularly potent that year because it was supposed to tackle more than the Ordinary Flu.
I started to feel a little unwell a few days later and developed a really bad case of Diarrhea. When i phoned the Doctors Surgery they said there's a bug going around and I should drink plenty of Water and it will pass. It finally passed a few days before Christmas and i thought i was over it but i was wrong. On the 26/12/2008 it came back with a vengeance and i started to feel slight paralysis in my legs. Fortunately my son was home on leave from the Army and carried me to my bed. The next day (Friday 27/12/2008) i phoned an Ambulance,when they came they diagnosed it as "Man Flu" and it wasn't worth them taking me to Hospital. The next day i was getting progressively worse so i called out the emergency Doctor. This was Saturday 28/12/2008 he didn't arrive until the Sunday 29/12/2008 and he said he thought it was "Man Flu" as well and not worth going to Hospital even though I had completely lost the use of my legs by now. Thankfully on the Monday 30/12/2008 my Doctors Surgery was open and my Doctor could pay me a home visit. On arrival at my home she diagnosed Guillain-Barre straight away and got me straight into Hospital.