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Taylor Devereaux, 26 years old

First Dose of Pfizer on 09/10/21

Toronto, Ontario, Canada



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

I was a happy, 26 year old girl. I could sing songs for a long period of time. Due to a vaccine law mandate at my university I was pressured into taking Pfizer COVID dosage number 1, when I never wanted any of these COVID 19 vaccines. I now have trouble studying my schoolwork at times because I get occasional chest pains. My life has changed drastically since September 10 2021.


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

At the pharmacy initially, I felt extreme dizziness. During the time I had to wait to be monitored, I complained to my dad, that I had very bad dizziness. I had an extremely painful sore arm, I had to take Tylenol and another pain medication. On September 15th, 5 days after my vaccine, I experienced sudden chest pains. It felt as though a knife was stabbing me in the chest. On a scale of 1 to 10, I would rate the pain a 10 out of 10. On September 16th, I called up the Telehealth phone number, the lady told me “You need to go to the hospital immediately! This is a reaction at times, to these vaccines” I wound up going to the Emergency room at the hospital nearby my home, Brampton Ontario. I had bloodwork, and an EKG done. The hospital doctor said my heart still appears healthy and normal, told me to still get my second dosage due to delta variants. However, the pain would come and go after my hospital visit. The pain initially started in the middle of my chest but it shifted to my left breast. The pain was so unbearable, I thought I was having a heart attack. Eventually the pain got so extreme, I wound up having to visit a second hospital, this time in Toronto Ontario Canada. My awesome father drove me to Sunnybrook Hospital which is a 45 car minute drive from our house. It’s actually voted one of the best hospitals in Canada. They wanted to make sure I had all of the proper tests done and did even more tests than the hospital nearby my house. I had a urine test, a chest X Ray, bloodwork as well as an EKG. The only tests the Sunnybrook hospital didn’t do for me was an Echocardiogram and cardiac MRI. The doctor there told me “No blood clots and your heart is normal and healthy” I was sent home but the pain still remained. After having done some research, I requested I have an Echocardiogram to rule out for certain if I have pericarditis or myocarditis. The echocardiogram result, my family doctor said it came back fine. However I still have not had a cardiac MRI. It is now November and I still occasionally have chest pains and heart palpitations.


Q; What is your life like after you got the vaccine?

I have OCD (Obsessive Compulsive Disorder). I also have GAD (General Anxiety Disorder) After my vaccination I noticed, I get stressed out more easily than before my vaccine.


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

No heart condition as of yet was officially detected, however what I experience are the common signs and symptoms of pericarditis.


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

At Brampton William Olser Hospital and also at Sunnybrook hospital in Toronto Ontario Canada. The response I had been given is the chest pains are all coming from anxiety attacks and not at all related to my vaccine Pfizer dosage 1.


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

The only thing that really helps ease my pain, is when I take aspirin that is about it.


Q: What do you wish others knew?

I wish others knew that people can have a bad reaction to these vaccines. These vaccines have not been out long enough to the public and I believe there are far more risks than benefits to these COVID 19 vaccines. I now unfortunately have to quit my university program because I cannot get a medical exemption from dosage number 2, and I won’t be allowed to attend my university campus in January.


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RIDICULOUS you cant continue on at your uni. Have you considered contacting other ontario uni's ? The one in my city has officially dropped mandates.

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Sorry you were coerced into this Taylor and thank you for sharing your experience

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Taylor Devereaux
Taylor Devereaux
09 de dez. de 2021
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Yes, I was totally coerced. I never wanted any of the Covid vaccines. Thank you for your kind comment. 😊

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Membro desconhecido
06 de dez. de 2021

Thank you Taylor. And you did not even want these jabs! 😩 😖 . Taylor, have you noticed how limited the doctors are when it comes to finding the exact cause, and reason for your heart pains. This is part of The Fog of Medicine. Yet these same doctors will confidently go along with 'Safe & Effective' regarding these jabs. Cl🤡wns.

The hospital doctor said my heart still appears healthy and normal, told me to still get my second dosage due to delta variants.

These psychopaths need help breaking from their 'Holy Jab Water' cult. The doctors do not know (and never will know) the true extent of what any vaccine or "vaccine" can potentially do to one's body. The…

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Robert Stefan
Robert Stefan
10 de dez. de 2021
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There are some alternative websites to the highly censored youtube especially regarding c19 vax adverse reactions such as brandnewtube.com, bitchute.com, rumble.com, odysee.com. But ultimately it's those that are brainwashed by the media on facebook and instagram and tiktok where the message needs to really get irrespective of how many times the content that shares the truth gets blocked, censored or deleted. But starting on those websites and posting your video testimony on them is a good start. Hope that helps.

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Nina Niagara
Nina Niagara
06 de dez. de 2021

Hi Taylor, I feel so badly for you. Will your family doctor not write you an exemption letter? Tell her/him Does he really expect you to get another vaccine when you haven’t gotten over the side effects of the first one question? ask them If they will sign a letter saying that you will definitely not get any more side effects and that they take full responsibility? That might make them think straight. I ended up getting Pericarditis in high blood pressure due to the vaccine. Pfizer in April. While I couldn’t get “an exception” from Public Health, my family doctor was happy to write me a letter to serve as an exemption. Because he could not guarantee that what…

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I don't know how all counties and organizations are handing things, but in the US, it's nearly impossible to get a medical exemption unless one had a documented allergic reaction to the ingredients, which is difficult to prove. It's crazy that people's personal physicians have very little say in this. I don't want to discourage Taylor because her situation is very different (and obvious). I just thought I'd mention that about the US. Most people are getting religious exemptions, if any. Some countries are considering past infection and natural immunity as exemption, but not the US.

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