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Entry Date: 5/25/21

I received my 2nd Pfizer vaccine on 4/18. I immediately had pain and pressure in my chest. I thought I was having a panic attack even though I have never experienced one. I finally went to the ER on 4/20 and they said my cardia enzymes were high. After lots of tests, they diagnosed me with myopericarditis. I stayed in the hospital for 3 days and was back in the hospital after being released. After my 3rd trial with medicines my heart inflammation seems to be better however now a lot of other things have started. I now have inflammation in the veins of my right leg (lots

of pain with this), inflammation of the esophagus, stomach, uterus and thyroid. I have had an endoscopy, ultrasounds, ekg's, stress tests and several others that I don't even remember at this time. I have a colonoscopy scheduled next month to see if there is

inflammation or bleeding in my colon. I went from throwing up blood to having bloody diarrhea and now having black stools. I have another thyroid test next month as well as a consultation to have a hysterectomy now. The vaccine made my endometriosis unbearable and my normal medicines that I take for this no longer

work. Add in the inflammation of my uterus and now you know why I am in so much pain from that. I don't regret the vaccine because I think there is a chance with anything however I am tired of them downplaying the reactions to it. People need to be informed so they can make their own decisions. They are now seeing heart inflammation as a side effect but are still denying it is from the vaccine. Apparently it's just a coincidence that we are all having these issues immediately after the vaccine. They need to be transparent with this because people with heart conditions

shouldn't be getting the vaccine at this time. My recovery road is going to be a long one since I keep getting new symptoms that are a result from the vaccine or the medicines I am on to counteract the inflammation.


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