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kancha (@kancha)

Pfizer vacine, bradycardia and Afib

Heart Rhythm Conditions | Last Active: Jun 3 7:50am | Replies (15)

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@sueinmn

Hello – Even though in your case, this doesn't seem to be an adverse reaction, it is possibly a reportable event in the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS). There are 2 ways to get the information into the system – contact the site where you received the vaccine, or report directly. Here are the instructions for reporting it yourself: https://vaers.hhs.gov/reportevent.html You will need your vaccine card as you will be asked information about dates, location, vaccine lot number, etc.
The more information about reactions that is communicated, the better the company can do in tweaking and perfecting the vaccine.
Sue

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Should we be worried about the Pfizer vaccine?

Thanks I will use the link to inform Pfizer. It will help them.