Jed

I am a 37-year-old photographer, and prior to having this vaccine I was extremely healthy and happy. I went to the gym every morning before work and had zero health issues. I saw a doctor at best once a year. I was strong and in the peak of fitness. Prior to COVID I worked in IT but I was made redundant, so I started up my own photography business.

When the vaccines became available, I was very sceptical based on the short turn-around time for production. I became even more sceptical when the mandates were introduced, as that did not make sense to me. I did a lot of research, as stories were already coming out of Europe and the USA about vaccine injuries.

I felt pushed into getting a vaccine against my better judgement, by people around me. I wanted to be able to work and also wanted to travel with my family, so very reluctantly I caved in and got the Pfizer vaccine on the 8th of November 2021.

That night I got a heavy metallic taste in my mouth, a severe headache, dizziness, and hot flushes interspersed with chills. I basically had no sleep at all. These symptoms remained for two to three days.

On day four after having the vaccine, (12th November 2021), I suddenly developed terrible chest pain. I could feel my heart beating hard and irregularly, and I had an overwhelming burning sensation in my chest. There were also sharp stabbing pains that were at a pain level of eight out of ten.

I called the Tasmanian Health Public Health Hotline to report my symptoms and was told “Oh, it’s probably just a bit of myocarditis, you’ll be all right in a few days”. They offered no further advice.

I attempted to cancel my appointment for the second vaccination and they tried to talk me into taking a different brand such as Moderna or AstraZeneca. I politely declined. I then called my regular GP but was unable to see her until the 30th of November.

The pain and other issues continued during those three weeks. When I saw my GP, she asked what had happened to me, as she knew me well and could see that I was not in good shape.

The GP took several blood tests and called the next day to say that my creatine kinase levels were up to five hundred against a normal level of two hundred. Creatine kinase is a marker which indicates the breakdown of muscle tissue, in this case possibly the heart muscle. She suggested that I may have myocarditis and said that I should get complete rest with no alcohol, cigarettes, or exercise for six weeks. After that, I should be okay.

She gave me an exemption from having a second vaccination for three months.

By the end of December 2021, most of the chest pain was gone but I was left with overwhelming fatigue. I was unable to work and could not exercise. Something was still not right……. !!

In April 2022, I started back at the gym doing light workouts but this only lasted until July because everything went very pear shaped again at that time.

On the 12th of July 2022, while sitting on the couch my legs and arms suddenly went completely numb, my heart rate spiked to 130 bpm, I started sweating profusely and shivering so hard that my teeth chattered. I could not breathe and had debilitating chest pains. I also had acute shortness of breath, an indescribable headache, terrible dizziness, heart palpitations, tachycardia, electric shock sensations and horrific noise and light sensitivity.

My housemate immediately called an ambulance for me.

The ambulance arrived after 45 minutes and checked my vitals then transported me to the Royal Hobart Hospital. Eventually the hospital staff sent me to a respiratory ward and monitored me for four hours. No medications were prescribed or offered. In that time, my heart rate stabilised, and vitals returned to normal so they sent me home saying nothing was wrong. However, I still did not feel right. They did, however, book an appointment for an echocardiogram on the 22nd of October 2021 — three months into the future.

In late July, the same symptoms occurred again so I again called an ambulance. When they arrived they said that they could take me to hospital, but it was likely they would just monitor me for a short time then send me home, so it was probably a waste of time.

Between July and October 2022, I had multiple repeat episodes with the same symptoms, but I did not present to hospital or the GP as I knew I would be dismissed.

Added to these symptoms were frequent panic attacks which were possibly driven by fear from what was happening to me and the lack of help I was getting.

In October 2022, I had the echocardiogram that was originally booked by the hospital in July.

I should note that in December 2022, I caught COVID. I was only unwell for about 18 hours but it did serve to exacerbate all of my other symptoms at that time.

In January 2023, I met with my first cardiologist. He told me that the echocardiogram showed there was nothing wrong and that it was all in my head. He said I was suffering anxiety and that I should do breathing exercises and learn to live with it.

In February 2023, the pain worsened, and I called the cardiologist again. He told me that my case had been closed and that I would need a new referral.

In April 2023, I flew to Sydney to see a specialist that I had found in my research. He advised that I had micro-clots and biofilm in my blood as well as immune system dysregulation. He suggested a treatment that would cost me $35,000. Needless to say, I did not proceed as I remain unable to work and could not afford this cost.

In June 2023, I saw a second cardiologist who ordered another echocardiogram.

I met with a third cardiologist who reviewed the echocardiogram that was done in July 2023. He said that I was suffering from post-mRNA vaccine syndrome and put this in writing.  He however went on to say that he was unable to give me anything to help.

In late July I met with a private cardiologist who ordered an MRI which was done on the 2nd of August. I received the results on the 16th of August and the ensuing report states that:

“There is a very focal band of potential scar in the basal inferoseptum running around the inferior wall. The appearance can be of a vessel but its location and position within the mid wall would make this unlikely. The appearance would be consistent with a remote episode of myocarditis but is non-specific.”

It is indeed frustrating that they are still downplaying the myocarditis when it is a well-known fact that the vaccine can induce that condition.

Overall, in the period between October 2022 and June 2023, I attended hospital on sixteen different occasions for acute chest pain and other debilitating symptoms. No-one ever requested an MRI for me.

I was never admitted overnight and always had to wait several hours to see someone. I was consistently told that it was “all in my head” or that it was ’just anxiety’. I was regularly quizzed on my overall mental health status.

In one instance, while in the waiting room, I came across a bloke I knew. We discussed why we were there and discovered that we had the same symptoms. One of the senior doctors was speaking to me later and explaining once again how this was all in my head. I became angry and told him, “Well you had better prepare the same speech for the next bloke in the waiting room, as he has the same symptoms as me.” I then stormed out in anger and frustration.

My current situation remains pretty much unchanged. I still get terrible chest pains two to three times a week and suffer debilitating fatigue. I am unable to work due to the ongoing fatigue and can no longer go to gym or do any exercise.

I am trying multiple natural remedies and have recently purchased ‘Remedial’ NAC from Italy which has apparently been getting good results clearing out the spike protein.

My family and friends are supportive of me and understand that I have suffered a serious adverse event from the COVID vaccine.

I am planning to fly overseas at the end of August to undergo a treatment called H.E.L.P. Apheresis. This is a blood cleaning procedure similar to dialysis. It will involve six to eight treatments and I sincerely hope it will improve my health outlook.

I am telling my story so that others may read it and know that they are not alone in this journey.

I am happy to share my experience and potentially learn things from others that may help me.

I am a 37-year-old photographer, and prior to having this vaccine I was extremely healthy and happy. I went to the gym every morning before work and had zero health issues. I saw a doctor at best once a year. I was strong and in the peak of fitness. Prior to COVID I worked in IT but I was made redundant, so I started up my own photography business.

When the vaccines became available, I was very sceptical based on the short turn-around time for production. I became even more sceptical when the mandates were introduced, as that did not make sense to me. I did a lot of research, as stories were already coming out of Europe and the USA about vaccine injuries.

I felt pushed into getting a vaccine against my better judgement, by people around me. I wanted to be able to work and also wanted to travel with my family, so very reluctantly I caved in and got the Pfizer vaccine on the 8th of November 2021.

That night I got a heavy metallic taste in my mouth, a severe headache, dizziness, and hot flushes interspersed with chills. I basically had no sleep at all. These symptoms remained for two to three days.

On day four after having the vaccine, (12th November 2021), I suddenly developed terrible chest pain. I could feel my heart beating hard and irregularly, and I had an overwhelming burning sensation in my chest. There were also sharp stabbing pains that were at a pain level of eight out of ten.

I called the Tasmanian Health Public Health Hotline to report my symptoms and was told “Oh, it’s probably just a bit of myocarditis, you’ll be all right in a few days”. They offered no further advice.

I attempted to cancel my appointment for the second vaccination and they tried to talk me into taking a different brand such as Moderna or AstraZeneca. I politely declined. I then called my regular GP but was unable to see her until the 30th of November.

The pain and other issues continued during those three weeks. When I saw my GP, she asked what had happened to me, as she knew me well and could see that I was not in good shape.

The GP took several blood tests and called the next day to say that my creatine kinase levels were up to five hundred against a normal level of two hundred. Creatine kinase is a marker which indicates the breakdown of muscle tissue, in this case possibly the heart muscle. She suggested that I may have myocarditis and said that I should get complete rest with no alcohol, cigarettes, or exercise for six weeks. After that, I should be okay.

She gave me an exemption from having a second vaccination for three months.

By the end of December 2021, most of the chest pain was gone but I was left with overwhelming fatigue. I was unable to work and could not exercise. Something was still not right……. !!

In April 2022, I started back at the gym doing light workouts but this only lasted until July because everything went very pear shaped again at that time.

On the 12th of July 2022, while sitting on the couch my legs and arms suddenly went completely numb, my heart rate spiked to 130 bpm, I started sweating profusely and shivering so hard that my teeth chattered. I could not breathe and had debilitating chest pains. I also had acute shortness of breath, an indescribable headache, terrible dizziness, heart palpitations, tachycardia, electric shock sensations and horrific noise and light sensitivity.

My housemate immediately called an ambulance for me.

The ambulance arrived after 45 minutes and checked my vitals then transported me to the Royal Hobart Hospital. Eventually the hospital staff sent me to a respiratory ward and monitored me for four hours. No medications were prescribed or offered. In that time, my heart rate stabilised, and vitals returned to normal so they sent me home saying nothing was wrong. However, I still did not feel right. They did, however, book an appointment for an echocardiogram on the 22nd of October 2021 — three months into the future.

In late July, the same symptoms occurred again so I again called an ambulance. When they arrived they said that they could take me to hospital, but it was likely they would just monitor me for a short time then send me home, so it was probably a waste of time.

Between July and October 2022, I had multiple repeat episodes with the same symptoms, but I did not present to hospital or the GP as I knew I would be dismissed.

Added to these symptoms were frequent panic attacks which were possibly driven by fear from what was happening to me and the lack of help I was getting.

In October 2022, I had the echocardiogram that was originally booked by the hospital in July.

I should note that in December 2022, I caught COVID. I was only unwell for about 18 hours but it did serve to exacerbate all of my other symptoms at that time.

In January 2023, I met with my first cardiologist. He told me that the echocardiogram showed there was nothing wrong and that it was all in my head. He said I was suffering anxiety and that I should do breathing exercises and learn to live with it.

In February 2023, the pain worsened, and I called the cardiologist again. He told me that my case had been closed and that I would need a new referral.

In April 2023, I flew to Sydney to see a specialist that I had found in my research. He advised that I had micro-clots and biofilm in my blood as well as immune system dysregulation. He suggested a treatment that would cost me $35,000. Needless to say, I did not proceed as I remain unable to work and could not afford this cost.

In June 2023, I saw a second cardiologist who ordered another echocardiogram.

I met with a third cardiologist who reviewed the echocardiogram that was done in July 2023. He said that I was suffering from post-mRNA vaccine syndrome and put this in writing.  He however went on to say that he was unable to give me anything to help.

In late July I met with a private cardiologist who ordered an MRI which was done on the 2nd of August. I received the results on the 16th of August and the ensuing report states that:

“There is a very focal band of potential scar in the basal inferoseptum running around the inferior wall. The appearance can be of a vessel but its location and position within the mid wall would make this unlikely. The appearance would be consistent with a remote episode of myocarditis but is non-specific.”

It is indeed frustrating that they are still downplaying the myocarditis when it is a well-known fact that the vaccine can induce that condition.

Overall, in the period between October 2022 and June 2023, I attended hospital on sixteen different occasions for acute chest pain and other debilitating symptoms. No-one ever requested an MRI for me.

I was never admitted overnight and always had to wait several hours to see someone. I was consistently told that it was “all in my head” or that it was ’just anxiety’. I was regularly quizzed on my overall mental health status.

In one instance, while in the waiting room, I came across a bloke I knew. We discussed why we were there and discovered that we had the same symptoms. One of the senior doctors was speaking to me later and explaining once again how this was all in my head. I became angry and told him, “Well you had better prepare the same speech for the next bloke in the waiting room, as he has the same symptoms as me.” I then stormed out in anger and frustration.

My current situation remains pretty much unchanged. I still get terrible chest pains two to three times a week and suffer debilitating fatigue. I am unable to work due to the ongoing fatigue and can no longer go to gym or do any exercise.

I am trying multiple natural remedies and have recently purchased ‘Remedial’ NAC from Italy which has apparently been getting good results clearing out the spike protein.

My family and friends are supportive of me and understand that I have suffered a serious adverse event from the COVID vaccine.

I am planning to fly overseas at the end of August to undergo a treatment called H.E.L.P. Apheresis. This is a blood cleaning procedure similar to dialysis. It will involve six to eight treatments and I sincerely hope it will improve my health outlook.

I am telling my story so that others may read it and know that they are not alone in this journey.

I am happy to share my experience and potentially learn things from others that may help me.

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