Ashley Madison

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jalimon

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It's a well known and documented side effect of the vaccine in the under 30 men.
Yes but to a proportion of about 0.03% case... The vaccine cannot explain all recent heart related problem we are seeing right now.

There is currently many studies researching the effect on your heart from Covid. Each professional team are now scanning their player for heart related covid effect. I think we should be prepared to see a few more getting sideline.
 

massman

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It's a well known and documented side effect of the vaccine in the under 30 men.
Read the article. This developed after the guy had COVID! Which carries a risk of myocarditis much higher than the vaccines.
 

jcpro

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Read the article. This developed after the guy had COVID! Which carries a risk of myocarditis much higher than the vaccines.
The vaccine induced cases of myocarditis in young men is why several European countries pulled Moderna from vaccinating them and reassigned it to the older population. This is not a secret nor a conspiracy of any kind. It's true that it's rare- I guess Mr. Davis is just lucky.
 

jalimon

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Read the article. This developed after the guy had COVID! Which carries a risk of myocarditis much higher than the vaccines.
Exactly. It first started when Kimmich (the super star player for Bayern) got heart problem about 6 months ago. It took a few weeks for his heart lesions to heal. For general population it's not that much of a problem but for athletes like this yes.

And by the way Kimmich was not vaccinated.

Again I know it's well known that pretty much any vaccines has very mininal risk of blood clot and myocardis hear problem. But the proportion of risk seems now much higher by getting covid...
 

massman

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The vaccine induced cases of myocarditis in young men is why several European countries pulled Moderna from vaccinating them and reassigned it to the older population. This is not a secret nor a conspiracy of any kind. It's true that it's rare- I guess Mr. Davis is just lucky.
Sure. I don’t disagree that vaccine associated myocarditis is a known, albeit rare complication. However in the soccer player’s case, much more likely it was the actual COVID virus, which is much more likely to cause myocarditis (not to mention the rest of the nasty consequences of infection).
 

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Just in we lost Alphonso for the next qualifying game.


For those who tough all these heart problem were due to the vax... I think it's fair to say now that the biggest problem are Covid related. Covid does damage heart tissue.
Since Davies was fully vaccinated we don't know whether it was the covid that caused it or the jabs. There are several studies out there that suggest risk of myocarditis in younger men is higher due to the vaccination as opposed to the virus itself.
 

jalimon

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Since Davies was fully vaccinated we don't know whether it was the covid that caused it or the jabs. There are several studies out there that suggest risk of myocarditis in younger men is higher due to the vaccination as opposed to the virus itself.
I already answered exact same post...

Yes the vaccine can create myocardial attacks to a very small rate of ppl, like 0.003%.

But covid creates on many ppl heart lesion that can lead to myocardial problem to a much larger range of ppl. A normal person would live with it and it will heal without even knowing about it. Such athletes need to make sure it heals before they go all out on the field.
 

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I already answered exact same post...

Yes the vaccine can create myocardial attacks to a very small rate of ppl, like 0.003%.

But covid creates on many ppl heart lesion that can lead to myocardial problem to a much larger range of ppl. A normal person would live with it and it will heal without even knowing about it. Such athletes need to make sure it heals before they go all out on the field.
You forget that 16-24 yr group is not very susceptible to myocarditis, even Covid induced- according to CDC.
 
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