Marlene Miller // Texas, USA // Pfizer



Date of vaccine: 5/22/2021

Date of injury: 6/18/2021



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

Active, working full time as a veterinarian. No medical issues and no hospital stays. 65


Describe your symptoms and the timeline of your reaction 

I started feeling weak and breathless several weeks post shot but wasn’t sure if it might just be normal fatigue. Went to a horse show in July and became weak and breathless. Esp when I tried to stand. Taken to Baylor ER who transferred me to baylor hospital due to high troponin. Multitude of diagnostics. Hospital cardiologist would not tell me why my heart was not functioning well or what caused it. Released after a week and the cardiologist I was referred to informed me it was myocarditis prob from the vaccine and that she was seeing quite an increase. She gave me no medicine. Then I started collapsing on standing. My balance wasnt good and I was tripping in addition to leg weakness. Any intentional motor movement was weakened and there was a tremor. I got horrible tinnitus and gastrointestinal pain. Never went to dr prior. In that year I had 2 GI catscans, a brain mri,cardiac mri, cardiac cath, echo, bloodwork over and over. My PCP referred me to a mental health clinic


Describe the solutions that helped your symptoms 



Which solutions were not helpful?

None were ever given. Just diagnostics with no answers


What would you like others to know?

All I care about is that those responsible are charged with crimes against humanity. I tried to talk about what happened to me on FB but I was ridiculed and insulted. FB warned me of acct suspension if I mentioned myocarditis. I took a screenshot of this


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