Received first Pfizer COVID vaccine on Wednesday 3/17/21. By Saturday, 3/20, I had to pick up my legs to put them in the car. I was also having excruciating nerve pain in my legs, especially at night. Went to an ER, where the doctor noted an absence of patellar reflexes. Was transferred to a local hospital, where the staff neurologist DID NOT check my patellar reflexes and didn't want to talk about it being a possible reaction to the vaccine. Discharged home with a diagnosis of back strain. Spent a week at home, falling all the time, eventually having to use a walker, and still falling with the walker. On Monday, 3/29, my uncle, a retired pathologist, suggested it could be a reaction to the vaccine and I needed to get in to see my doctor. Was referred to the other area hospital, was immediately admitted and started on IVIG treatments. Guillian-Barre diagnosis confirmed the next day via lumbar puncture. Spent five days in hospital, discharged with drop foot, which resolved after several weeks of PT. Although I am 90% recovered, I still deal with intermittent nerve pain in my feet and fatigue.