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Vaccinations and heart issues


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There were recent news reports of the covid vaccines causing myocarditis in some younger service members. Previously, I recall reports of anthrax and smallpox vaccines causing heart issues.

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Well hot damn.  I got a prolapsing heart valve.  From what I've been told, it's a fairly common issue.  I can't see how one would link it back to vaccinations.  Pretty sure mine is hereditary and I drink like a fish.  So it could be that.  I do run 3.5 miles per week.  Not fast, but I just did a best of 8:45 per mile this week.  A little of my best in the military of 6:25 per mile.

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@El TrainSame here. Just feels like someone is poking a tiny needle into my left ribcage from time to time. The docs would see it on EKGs and during heart echo tests.

A lot of the vaccine related heart issues are myocarditis which is inflammation around the heart, which often gets better for some with treatment. Of course, one would still need a doc to tie it all together.

I really miss running but it just hurts my back too much. I did a 5:59 once and only once -- feels like ancient history now.

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