A recent medical study has revealed that 3 out of 10 children who got at least 1 shot of the COVID vaccine have experienced heart problems.
The study revealed that kids 13 to 18 who received at least one dose of the Pfizer vaccine, had no serious adverse effect. In fact, most of the test group had no underlying health problems, but 44 had asthma and/or allergic rhinitis.
However, roughly 30% of the group experienced heart palpitations, chest pain, and shortness of breath. Six of the students had developed heart valve disease. Six had high blood pressure.
Seven had heart inflammation. Two of the children were hospitalized and placed in intensive care… and 54 had electrocardiogram results that were abnormal.
Authorities said that children who received the Pfizer or Moderna vaccines “Should be monitored for side effects,” although 100% of kids who got the shot recovered within 2 weeks.
Cardiologists who have reviewed the research say this study adds to the growing evidence that the vaccine’s adverse risks outweigh any benefit to children. Doctor Peter McCullough said, “Any form of heart damage in young persons is concerning since the long-term risks of heart failure and sudden death with exercise is unknown.”
There have been over 200 peer reviewed medical research papers revealing the risks of the COVID vaccine to children and adults — Risks that experts say far exceeds any theoretical benefits.
However, despite the growing research revealing the risks to children, the C.D.C., the W.H.O. and other U.S. medical authorities maintain that the vaccine’s benefits outweigh any risks and are urging parents to get children as young as 6 months vaccinated.
These agencies are ignoring their own government studies. The U.S. Vaccine Adverse Reporting System reported males, 5 to 49, and females, 12 to 29 had a higher-than-average background rate of myocarditis (swelling of the heart), after a 2nd dose of the Pfizer vaccine. Males 16 to 17 had the highest rate of myocarditis after a 2nd shot.
A recent British study found that the risk of developing myocarditis in boys aged between 12 and 17 is far greater than the risk from the vaccine. British medical officials suggest that 12- to 17-year-olds should only get a COVID shot if they have compromised immune systems or some other core morbidity that’s a risk factor or live with someone with such risk factors.
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