I find it very intersting indeed. I stopped having the flu shot several years ago when I noticed that whenever I would get one I had bouts of arrythmia for several weeks after the shot which would gradually go away. One year I got a pneumonia and flu vaccine at the same time and had Supraventricular Tachycardia for one month on and off. There is DEFINITELY a correlation between vaccines and arrythmias. While the medical community will tell you that this is not related they are wrong. Different people have different bodies and don't always process medication, foods or vaccines the way the "majority" of people do. I'm sure that I suffer from some sort of metobolic disorder that doesn't process medication or vaccines the way most do. I am unable to take most drugs and suffer horrible side effects from them. I was hospitalized for three days from taking Propulsid which caused me to have some CRAZY arrythmias. I stopped the drug and the arrythmias went with it. Docs practice medicine they don't have all the answers. Listen to your body and get a doctor that listens to you.
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