Kyle Warner was diagnosed with pericarditis after being vaccinated

Doctors diagnosed it as a "psychotic episode"

by Sead Dedovic
Kyle Warner was diagnosed with pericarditis after being vaccinated

Is the vaccine the biggest problem that causes today's athletes to have heart problems or the reason is "excessive" training, certain stimulations, or something else? We still do not have an answer to such a question, but there are certain assumptions and opinions of various experts who are trying to find out what the biggest problem is.

Lately, a large number of athletes have complained of fatigue, heart problems, or problems of some other nature. Of course, such things have always existed, but some believe that the main reason for such problems is vaccines.

One of those who has experienced a similar problem is Kyle Warner, a famous cyclist, who believes the vaccine has ruined his life. Warner felt some change after the second dose of Pfizer. He began to feel his heart beating faster, but some thought the vaccine was not the cause.

However, after some time, he was diagnosed with pericarditis.

Physical activities

Warner stopped training because he began to feel too tired and was unable to perform physical activities. "I believe where there is a risk, there needs to be a choice," he said.

But right now, people are being misled. "People are being coerced into making a decision based on a lack of information versus being convinced of a decision based on total information transparency." After the second dose, he felt changes in his mouth: “As soon as they injected it, I had a weird metallic saline taste in my mouth.

I asked the guy, ‘Is that normal?’ And he said no, they don’t hear of that much. ” Jonh Cambell, a retired doctor, explained: “The fact that the clinician doesn’t recognize that a metallic taste in the mouth could be a sign of an inadvertent intravascular administration concerns me because what happens is if the vaccine goes into your muscle, then it stays in your muscle, and it’s going to take half an hour to be systemically absorbed at all, or much longer than that.

But if it goes into a vessel, you get a metallic taste straight away… And after that he felt the same symptoms again, a fast heartbeat that he had not had before, because he had a watch that had previously counted his heart rate.

Doctors diagnosed it as a "psychotic episode". We still don't know what the main reason is, but it is obvious that there are more and more such problems among young athletes.