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Tabitha Turner Thompson

First Dose of Pfizer on 08/18/21 Lot #FC3181

Second Dose of Pfizer on 09/08/21 Lot #FC3182

Alabama


Q: What was your life like before you got the vaccine?

Great, no health issues and I didn’t know a Cardiologist


Q: What was your reaction, symptoms, & timeline?

With my first vaccine I had mild symptoms like heart flutters, but not severe at all. But I received my second shot on September 8th, and that day I will never forget. On September 10th I went to my primary doctor with heart issues. He ran an EKG and saw a little issue but something. By that night I was in the ER. They ran 3 EKG and thought I was having a heart attack. They did a heart calf, but said nothing was wrong with my arteries. The pain was so severe that I started having hot flashes and blacked out. They then put me in ICU and told me I had pericarditis. Went home!! 4 days later it was worse. They did another heart calf told me the arteries was fine again, and said I had myocarditis and inflammation of the lungs. I was doing breathing treatments in the hospital every 6 hours. It was like a night mare after leaving the hospital because I was confused, and no one had really seen it before with the vaccine - nor that severe. I still have problems today with reacting pain to my heart if I overdo anything. So now I have to take it easy.


Q: What was your life like after getting the vaccine?

It’s different for sure. I have to take it easy or my heart pains will start back. I was on a lot of medication for a month. I was on steroids, anti inflammatory medication and pain meds. Now I’m not on anything, but I still have flare ups. I continue to go back and forth to the doctor.


Q: Share your experience with any medical care and any diagnoses you have received:

Well at first I was angry because nobody would admit it came from the vaccine. It was like it was just happening to me. Then another doctor was like "you just can’t take pain because pericarditis isn’t that painful". But my doctor today has admitted it was vaccine related, and that my pain is normal. He is really patient with me and super understanding. He runs a lot of tests like Eco/ ultrasound and EKG’s to see why I’m still having flare ups.


Q: Was your reaction reported, and what was the response?

Nowhere!!!


Q: Is there anything that has helped, and have your symptoms improved?

The symptoms improve, but they always come back. The steroids and the Colchicine really help but it was like a temporary fix because the pain in my chest continues to come back.


Q: What do you wish others knew?

I wish everyone knew there is a chance that you will get pericarditis or myocarditis if you take the vaccine. I will share that it’s really painful and it changed my life a lot. I’m afraid to overdo anything, I’m afraid of stressing myself out. It’s really a life changing event just to say I’m vaccinated.


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Nina Niagara
Nina Niagara
Dec 11, 2021

While my reactions to the vaccine were nowhere near as severe as yours, I to ended up getting Pericarditis, at least that’s what the tests showed following the vaccine. I know what you mean when you say you were afraid to overdo anything. I too am like that, now, and as it has changed my life a lot as well. It’s goddamn frightening as what it is.

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I pray to God you get better and voices of the censored and unheard be heard, we live in a disgusting world guys please keep your kids away from these vaccines and all this political corporate profit making companies

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Radharaman Das
Radharaman Das
Dec 08, 2021

Yeah I got the vaccine on Oct 18th and I'm still suffering the exact same symptoms you are describing. Definitely sympathize and empathize with you. Hope with time we can recover....

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Unknown member
Dec 01, 2021

It is impossible to obtain true statistics regarding vaccine or "vaccine" injury and/or death rates.

  1. Big Pharma corrupts trials. They can't be trusted. (Maddie De Garay vs Pfizer example. Brianne Dressen vs Astrazeneca example)

  2. Doctor bias (years of brainwashing from many directions)

  3. Peer pressure within the clinical setting (I've experienced this in the clinical setting vs an apparent flu vaccine injury in an ED, Sydney, Australia)

  4. Sheer plain lack of jab injury or death reporting by health professionals (this already happens in Australia with the regular IMMS reporting system vs doctors. Nurses are MUCH better at reporting in my experience).

  5. Acceptance of report or discarded by agency.

  6. Reporting not getting done due to time issues, and dealing with terrible reporting…

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Unknown member
Dec 01, 2021

Thanks Tabitha. A life changing event for sure. I hope you gain more function. Heal

Then another doctor was like "you just can’t take pain because pericarditis isn’t that painful".

Doctor bias (and stupidity) is one of MANY reasons we can't rely on any data as to the true extent of the injury being caused.

I had mild symptoms like heart flutters, but not severe at all

There may not be distracting pain, but what about smaller amounts of damage to heart some heart cells? How many people have these shots and receive very slight amounts of damage to the heart?

NO ONE KNOWS because doctors are NOT capable of monitoring the situation across populations, let alone the many further…


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