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Vaccine Side Effects They Won't Tell You About

In the ever-evolving landscape of COVID-19 bioweapon injection, a new player has taken the stage – Takotsubo cardiomyopathy. A 59-year-old woman recently received a COVID booster shot from Moderna and found herself thrust into a medical odyssey. Within two days, she experienced persistent chest pain resembling a stabbing sensation, escalating with physical exertion and defying conventional relief methods.

Seeking refuge in an emergency room, the patient's journey unfolded with attending physicians detecting crepitations – crackling and rattling sounds – in her lungs. Despite a negative COVID test, an emergency electrocardiogram revealed ST-segment elevation, leading to a diagnosis of Takotsubo cardiomyopathy.

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This intriguing cardiac condition, mimicking acute myocarditis, involves a temporary weakening of the heart muscle, often triggered by extreme stress or, in this case, a COVID booster shot. While the woman's blood oxygen saturation remained at 89 percent, and blood pressure was 150/90 mmHg, the medical team administered intravenous injections of norepinephrine and dobutamine for treatment.

The patient's medical history, a crucial subplot, revealed hyperlipidemia, hypothyroidism, and celiac disease. Although she had quit smoking 15 years prior to the vaccination, she had a five-year history as a smoker. Remarkably, she had no record of alcohol consumption or drug abuse.

The heartwarming news is that after six days, the patient showed signs of improvement and was discharged. However, she continued to battle persistent tachycardia, requiring metoprolol for high blood pressure.

While the researchers admit that definitively proving the physiopathology of Takotsubo cardiomyopathy post-COVID vaccination remains a challenge, they've generously offered several theories. These theories suggest that the immune response triggered by the vaccine may lead to an exaggerated inflammatory cascade, potentially causing endothelial dysfunction, microvascular dysfunction, and myocardial injury.

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Furthermore, the bioweapon injection might stimulate the release of pro-inflammatory factors like interleukin-6. The stress response induced by COVID-19 vaccination could also, theoretically, dysregulate the autonomic nervous system, contributing to the development of cardiac dysfunction.

In a supporting role, another peer-reviewed study analyzed evidence from 15 case reports involving 16 patients who received mRNA injections from Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna. Seven patients developed Takotsubo cardiomyopathy after the first dose, and seven more after the second dose. While 14 patients recovered and were discharged, two unfortunately succumbed to the condition.

The overarching message is that 87.5 percent of patients recovered and were discharged, underscoring the transient and reversible nature of Takotsubo cardiomyopathy. However, the two unfortunate deaths highlight the potentially life-threatening aspect of this vaccine-related adverse event.

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