Long Covid Way Better Than SADS
Thank the jabs for being very efficacious and exceedingly safe, whatever that means.
“New Brunswick woman diagnosed with long COVID after 7 trips to ER for erratic heart rate“ (Global News , 2022.06.18):
New Brunswicker Nicole Daigle got COVID-19 back in January, amid the Omicron wave. Daigle had been fully vaccinated with two doses at the time of her infection.
Thank God for that! Good girl! Büt:
“After three weeks, the symptoms actually started to subside,” she said in an interview Friday. “But that’s when things did take a turn for the worse, a real turn, and I lost the COVID symptoms … but I started gaining really concerning symptoms.”
She started having chest pain, shortness of breath, migraines, brain fog, issues with her memory, and an erratic heart rate.
Following almost seven visits to the ER, once by ambulance, she said she was told she had post-COVID-19 disorder – otherwise known as long COVID.
She was referred to a cardiologist who would give her two more diagnoses connected to her COVID-19 infection.
Ever considered that maybe this is the consequence of the post-jab effects kicking in? Nah:
Daigle isn’t alone in her experience with long COVID. Ability New Brunswick, a non-profit that helps people with disabilities and mobility issues, said it is seeing more and more referrals to them due to long COVID.
“More and more” like more recently? Not back in 2020 or the first half of 2021? How unexpected! Any word about the incidence of SADS in N.B. then?
So, how do you get through to these people? Is it even possible?