Taylor Devereaux – Pfizer on 10th September 2021

Severe Adverse Reaction

Due to a vaccine law mandate at my University, I was pressured into taking Pfizer Covid-19 Vaccine dosage number 1, when I never wanted any of these Jabs. My life has changed drastically since September 10th 2021.

At the pharmacy initially, I felt extreme dizziness and I had an extremely painful sore arm.

On September 15th, 5 days after the Pfizer Vaccination, I experienced sudden chest pains. It felt as though a knife was stabbing me in the chest. On a scale of 1 to 10, I would rate the pain a 10 out of 10.

On September 16th, I called up the Telehealth phone number and the lady told me “You need to go to the hospital immediately! This is a reaction at times, to these vaccines”.

I wound up going to the Emergency room at Brampton, Ontario and had blood-work, and an EKG done. The hospital doctor said my heart still appears healthy and normal and told me to still get my second dosage due to delta variants. However, the pain would come and go after my hospital visit.

The pain initially started in the middle of my chest but it shifted to my left breast. The pain was so unbearable, I thought I was having a heart attack. Eventually the pain got so extreme, I wound up having to visit a second hospital, this time in Toronto in Ontario, Canada.

Sunnybrook Hospital did a urine test, a chest X Ray, blood-work as well as an EKG. The only tests the Sunnybrook hospital didn’t do for me was an Echocardiogram and cardiac MRI. The doctor there told me “No blood clots and your heart is normal and healthy” I was sent home but the pain still remained.

After having done some research, I requested I have an Echocardiogram to rule out for certain if I have Pericarditis or Myocarditis. My family doctor said the Echocardiogram result came back fine. However I still have not had a Cardiac MRI. It is now November and I still occasionally have chest pains and heart palpitations.

4 months after my vaccine I’ve had to have a heart monitor fitted a few days ago. My heart rate was elevated. Cardiologist couldn’t find Myocarditis or Pericarditis on my Echocardiogram but still haven’t had a Cardiac MRI yet!

I heard that sometimes Pericarditis can’t be detected on Echocardiograms. Seeing my cardiologist again in a few months for a follow up appointment and also need more blood-work done.

I now unfortunately have to quit my University program because I cannot get a medical exemption from dosage number 2, and I won’t be allowed to attend my University campus in January.

Know the risks. Don’t take these vaccines. Not safe!

Toronto, Ontario, Canada