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Jeffrey Stone

Tagged with:Heart Issues

What was your life like before you received the COVID-19 vaccine?

I was a competitive cyclist - after the second Astra Zeneca jab-a few weeks later-while cycling and after I had a period of palpitations - after a few weeks they disappeared-I continued in competition - then 27/11 I had a booster - Pfizer- then 15/12- same time span ie a few weeks after- I got really bad irregularity and was hospitalised for two days -given beta blockers and blood thinners and sent home -I went home with a diagnosis of atrial fibulation -previously I had no history of heart related difficulties-overall healthy

Describe the symptoms and the timeline of the reaction.

see above

Describe the solutions that helped your symptoms

beta blockers 5mgs daily -acupuncture -TCM herbs - ivermectin - aromisin-artesunate-periods on each everything together has helped but I still have irregularity and surgery -ablation - may be considered

Which solutions were not helpful?

My GP Doctor wanted me to take edoxoban - I couldnt do it - due to side effects - instead i take 75 mgs asperin

What would you like others to know?

avoid the vaccine -avoid covid -wear your mask and keep your distance
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