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Lewis Handleigh

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

Happy and worth living. I went the gym 5/6 times a week, i had a great social life

Describe the symptoms and the timeline of the reaction.

Racing heart beat, palpations, pains down arms/legs/across chest - some days shortness of breath, panic attacks

2nd vaccine was in July, i think symptoms started in September maybe October but nothing severe, felt like bubbling (like water gone down the wrong way when drinking) in middle of my chest, i assumed was a cough like on lungs sort of thing. I was still hitting the gym, partying, going out

Describe the solutions that helped your symptoms

Nothing has helped, well i was thrown on bisoprolol (beta blockers - 1.25mg - 1x a day, they helped abit but i don''t feel they are the answer

Which solutions were not helpful?

antidepressants sertraline

What would you like others to know?

there are people who are injured, we're real. we need help, we took this vaccine to help, believed we was doing good, but now it's gone wrong and some are injured by it, we've been left.
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