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Vaccine Injury of Jacqueline Dutch

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

I had never had heart issues before the vaccines. I was healthy and active. I walked 4 miles per day on the treadmill and was never winded. I played with my grandkids and never gave it a thought. I could climb a few flights of stairs without a problem. I have had IBS for a few years, but it was manageable. My husband and I loaded up U-Hauls and moved from WV to FL in July 2020. I basically led a normal life.

Describe the symptoms and the timeline of the reaction.

On 2/24/2021 I received the first vaccine. I started having some chest pain in the mornings, but thought it might be indigestion. I started getting tired quite easily, and my IBS symptoms got worse. I got the second vaccine on 3/24/2021. My vision began to worsen quickly, and my chronic insomnia has gotten so bad I sit and cry because I'm so tired, but can't get more than 3 or 4 hours of sleep. Gradually my chest pain became more frequent and progressively worse, and I had absolutely no energy. On 8/23/2021, I was rushed from work to the hospital with a heart attack. Tests also showed a recent myocardial infarction. Since that time I have had to be put on several blood pressure medications, and was required to have a stent placed on 8/11/2022. I am now also on a blood thinner because of the stent. I now live in constant fear of what will happen to my heart next, and I'm still paying for hospital bills from August 2021.

Describe the solutions that helped your symptoms

The stent has been somewhat helpful, although I still have a terrible fear that I'm going to have another heart attack if I do too much.

Which solutions were not helpful?

All the medications I now have to take for my heart are causing problems with my kidneys.

What would you like others to know?

Never, ever get another Covid vaccine. I was lucky and have survived the ordeal, so far. My Father was not so lucky. He was given the booster on 9/27/2022, and passed away from a brain hemorrhage on 11/19/2022. I had gone to a Dr.'s appt. with him on 9/29/2022, and the Dr. said from all of his bloodwork and other testing, there was no reason he shouldn't live to be 100. He took his blood pressure every day and was a very healthy eater. There was no reason that an brain hemorrhage should have occurred out of the blue.

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