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Kelli L

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

I was so happy, I could go out and do anything. I thrived in my fast paced work environment. I was able to travel and live a fulfilling life.

Describe the symptoms and the timeline of the reaction.

Around 2 months after my booster I started to have a higher heart rate than normal when working out, about a month later I progressed to occurring after I ate. My heart would start to not feel good and then I wouldn’t feel good. It became an almost every day feeling. I never knew how I was going to feel. I know have consistent chest pains and am short of breath, I can’t get out of bed without my heart rate being in the 150s. I never feel good anymore. I can barely work or attend social events. My life has taken a 180. My mental health has gone so far down hill because I am so hopeless that I will ever get my life back.

Describe the solutions that helped your symptoms

Atenolol helped keep my heart rate down. But I don’t feel like myself.

Which solutions were not helpful?

Talking to doctors, they don’t seem to care at all or believe anything I say.
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