August 21, 2023
WOLCOTT, CONNECTICUT — A 51-year-old Connectiut woman will likely take upwards of seven different medications per day for the rest of her life, in a case that reminds us of Ms. Timike Balogh right before her suicide.
Ms. Jennifer St. Arnauld is originally from Florida, but resides in Wolcott, Connecticut. It’s unclear what exactly she does for a living. But she posted via Facebook that she started a new job with the same company on April 15. Ms. St. Arnauld has a degree in nursing and likely works for a hospital in Newington, Connecticut (suburban Hartford) based on context clues from her social media channels. She is single and lives with her cat named Larry. Her previous cat, Spunky, died this past Christmas Eve.
Ms. St. Arnauld, on December 31, 2021, posted via Facebook that ubiquitous meme that millions of vaxxed people have copy and pasted since the vaccine genocide commenced.
She got through 2022 and the first half of 2023 without any major issues. That all changed at the start of this summer.
“I cannot take the pain anymore”
The first signs of trouble came in May 2023. Ms. St. Arnauld posted via Facebook on June 1 that she was returning to work, which implies that she’d been home for a while due to illness.
Ms. St. Arnauld wrote on June 13 that she was in excruciating pain, but decided against going to the hospital.
But three days later, on June 16, she posted via Instagram that she was at Middlesex Hospital for an MRI. The tests were initially postponed and rescheduled.
Ms. St. Arnauld reported on June 21, after seven days in the hospital, that she was diagnosed with “lazy gallbladder” and “lazy stomach.” She was placed on several medications and took a wait-and-see approach.
Ms. St. Arnauld was discharged sometime thereafter. But she complained of being unable to digest any food whatsoever by July 3.
By July 5, Ms. St. Arnauld conceded that something was very wrong; and that she needed to check herself back into the hospital. But her regular doctor told her it’s best to check into Yale University Hospital because whatever she is suffering is beyond his pay grade.
When she arrived at Yale, they gave her the same runaround treatment many other vaxx-injured people have experienced across the globe.
Hartford Hospital provides ominous diagnosis
Ms. St. Arnauld did not post about her health again until July 12 when she checked into the emergency room at Hartford Hospital. It took several days. But doctors learned that both her celiac artery (aka celiac trunk) and her superior mesenteric artery were blocked.
The celiac trunk is part of the aorta, the largest artery in the human body. It’s essentially the hub that supplies blood via branched blood vessels to the stomach, liver, gallbladder, spleen, and pretty much all other digestive organs. In layman’s terms, the big red tube in the middle is the celiac trunk, with the stomach on top, pancreas right below it, and the spleen off to the far right.
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The superior mesenteric artery is that red branched blood vessel near the bottom of the above image. It supplies blood to the pancreas, small and large intestines. Coincidentally or otherwise, both celiac stenosis (occlusion/blockage) and mesenteric artery thrombosis and embolism were/are known adverse events to the Pfizer mRNA injections, according to the company’s April 30, 2021 List of Adverse Events of Special Interest.
Needless to say, if one of said arteries is blocked, you’re in deep trouble. If both are blocked simultaneously, you’re going to die, as Ms. St. Arnauld learned.
Ms. St. Arnauld learned that her only hope was extensive, excruciating bypass surgery.
She was placed on an all liquid diet since she could not digest anything solid. Ms. St. Arnauld got some bad news on July 22, when she was told her surgery was delayed until August 9. The hospital discharged her in the meantime.
Ultimately even the corporate for-profit U.S. medical system grew a conscience and allowed Ms. St. Arnauld to stay until her surgery. She got some good news, in that her surgery was rescheduled for July 31.
But when the day finally came, the risks and potential outcomes of the surgery hit Ms. St. Arnauld hard.
The actual surgery and the aftermath were not pleasant. Ms. St. Arnauld was dejected because “I will never be able to wear a 2 piece bathing suit or a short shirt again.”
She was finally discharged on August 5, with at least 10 different medications she’ll need to take indefinitely.
Her last update as of publishing was on August 12.
We’ll follow up in due course.
Will to survive is key after life-altering adverse reactions
This blogger has said many times (and lived it for the last 14-15 years) that he would rather die than enter a doctor’s office or hospital. It’s the same thing as not using platforms like YouTube. The latter can just ban you for any or no reason at all after years of building up a large following. It’s best to use alternative video hosting. Likewise, you can enter a hospital these days with your arm dangling from your shoulder by one tendon, and U.S. doctors will send you home with aspirin.
We mentioned the other two cases of severe, post-injection digestive issues herein: Ms. Katarina Pavelek and Ms. Timike Balogh. Both of them committed suicide, illustrating just how tortuous and unbearable a completely failed human digestive system really is. Ms. St. Arnauld appears to have a will to live. But like the other two ladies (and nothing wrong with this), part of her personality is vanity. Aging is a part of life. The scar on Ms. Arnauld’s tummy, however, is already having a psychological impact, on top of the obvious physiological issues.
We’ll never know exactly how often these post-injection digestive issues are actually happening. What we do know is that every case we’ve covered resulted in suicide or severe psychological anguish. Ms. St. Arnauld only got real help with persistence, and because she never mentioned the injections.
The one situation when its okay for vaxx zealots to invoke #ABV is when they’re trying to save their lives at hospitals. It probably still won’t work in the U.S., unless you have top-of-the-line insurance coverage. For-profit healthcare is what it is; and the U.S. medical industrial complex will not bite the Pfizer/Moderna et al. hands that feed them.
Stay vigilant and protect your friends and loved ones.
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