This story is told by the mother of a vaccine-injured child
My healthy 15-year-old daughter had her Pfizer vaccination on the 6th December because she felt she had to keep her job. She fainted about 10 seconds after. They said it was normal and put her in the pharmacy waiting room to wait 15 minutes to feel better. At the 13th minute she fainted again. The pharmacist said this was “normal”.
On Saturday 11th December I drove her to work. She suddenly said she had pains in her chest. I asked if she had ever had them before. She answered, “No”. I asked if she wanted me to take her to get checked. She said no as it didn’t last long.
Last night, 15th December, my husband took her and our 9-year-old to the movies. It will be the last time we can go as we aren’t getting the vaccination. While she was there she got really bad chest pains and a racing heart. She had to lay on the floor. It came and went a few times but then eventually that pain stayed. They left the movies and while waiting outside of the shopping centre for the Uber it happened bad again and she had to lay on the ground. When she got home I called 13HEALTH as she didn’t want me to call an ambulance.
I took her straight up to the hospital. As we walked in, she was grey in colour. She said mum feel my heart. I could feel it beating like it was about to jump out of her chest. Her heart rate was 145 bpm. They did all the usual tests you read about in other posts and all came back “clear”. My daughter kept asking, “Am I going to die from this Mum?”
How is this right?
The doctor came back to me and said everything was “clear” of anything sinister. They said, “It’s just pleurisy”. She is my second out of four children and rarely gets sick, let alone chest pains. It all started from the Pfizer vaccine.
The next day my daughter was so clingy to me all day. When she did anything remotely physical, her heart started racing. She was absolutely devastated that she couldn’t work. She loves her job. The discharge letter said her heart rate was 120 standing. I saw that it was actually 145 bpm and the triage nurse called in two doctors and another nurse. She was labelled a category 2.