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Melanie Honeycutt


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

I was healthy, active, no health problems. Loved to work out, was a nurse, and took my two children to the park all the time.

Describe the symptoms and the timeline of the reaction.

Two days after my vaccine I woke up in the morning and worked out in my garage like normal, and then almost passed out. I had to get in the bed and was bedbound from that point forward majority of the days. My heart rate was 170 when I stood and wouldn’t come down.

Describe the solutions that helped your symptoms

I’m still disabled but functional neurology has helped me function slightly better

Which solutions were not helpful?

Medications from cardiologists, medical gaslighting, beta blockers, steroids, florinef, corlanor

What would you like others to know?

That vaccine injuries are real and very common. It’s devastating that my life is ruined and people don’t believe me. Why would I lie about my children no longer having a mom that can raise them or my husband now having to be a full time care taker.
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