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M.C. – California

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I received the Jansen vaccine and 26 hours later I blacked out and had black Stools (after I cane to) which means bleeding out. my husband and daughter called 911 (while I was blacked out) they said since I came through before they got to me that I should go to a walk in clinic right away- we were on vacation. Walk in clinic did EKG and oxygen level both normal. i was told reaction to vaccine. All Mother's Day weekend, i was weak could hardly walk to the elevator , heart pounding and chest tight- I do crossfit and ride my Peloton daily. We came home, still weak went to another walk-in this time- once again i told them I had the J&J- had an EKG and Chest xray and oxygen level test all normal. I was told a bad case of the reaction. Three days later, went to the ER,

hemoglobin was 6, told I had had a bleeding ulcer ( I had an endoscopy) - Dr.said while I was on vacation my hemoglobin was most likely a 4 and I didn't have a heart attack because I was fit, 2 blood transfusion later I was released from the hospital. I am healthy now and very grateful. No this was not a fluke...vaccine caused this.

-M.C. - California"

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