Myocarditis is a condition characterized by inflammation of the heart muscle, called the myocardium. This may occur after administration of the COVID vaccine, as reported by several
people who have chosen immunization.
Myocarditis can be an adverse effect of mRNA-based vaccines. In many cases, they develop in boys between the ages of 12 and 19 in the first 2 days after dose 2.
Although it is a dreaded side effect, it is on the list of rare side effects.
What is the risk of myocarditis?
Dr. Vasi Rădulescu, a famous Romanian doctor, reveals who he is
the risk of developing myocarditis and the circumstances in which it may occur.
„Myocarditis after the vaccine?
Let’s see. There is a reported risk of myocarditis (and pericarditis) after administration of an mRNA vaccine (ie Pfizer or Moderna), more frequently in the first days after dose 2, especially in boys aged 12 to 19 years.
What does myocarditis mean?? In short it is the inflammation of the myocardium, the heart muscle. And pericarditis is the inflammation of the pericardium, the sac that envelops the heart.
precordial pressure, fainting. The pain changes with breathing.
Most shapes are light-medium and reversible.
But! It is recommended to stop dose 2 (so it is not done anymore) if the symptoms appeared after dose 1. Of course, the doctor should be notified. The effects are reported to the Medicines Agency (ANMDR in our country). Dose 2 can only be taken if there is a firm indication, such as severely immunocompromised children. Dose 2 is taken here under close supervision.
304 cases of myocarditis out of 5,100,000 vaccinated people. Of the 304, only 136 could be definitively or probably related to the vaccine. 129 were mild cases that recovered spontaneously. ONLY 1 was a fatal lightning case “, writes Dr. Vasi Rădulescu on a social network.
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