Doctor Calls On Instagrammers Hospitalized After Covid Pfizer Shot For Not Thanking Nurses

A doctor has called out a few influencers for “discouraging their followers from getting the Covid vaccine” after rare side effects from the Pfizer shot.

Mikayla Hartge and Tash, both from Canberra, recently suffered from rare diseases suspected of being related to their shot. They spent several days in the hospital and regularly shared updates with their followers.

But former Melbourne GP Dr. Michael Mrozinski has wondered why the couple failed to mention the medical team who looked after them at the hospital.

“I’m not going to get into the ins and outs of this and whether it’s true or not, because it’s important that people who have negative comments come forward,” he said in a TikTok.

Referring to a message from Mrs. Hartge, Dr. Mrozinski noted that she was free of blood clots and was released from the hospital.

Mikayla HartgeCanberra Instagrammers Tash (left) and Mikayla Hartge (right) recently suffered from rare diseases suspected of being related to their Pfizer vaccine. They spent several days in the hospital and regularly shared updates with their followers

“Instead of saying thank you to the hospital, ‘thank you to the staff for checking me completely and making sure I was okay,’ she posted this on Instagram, in an effort to discourage people from getting the vaccine.” he continued.

“Not a good fit for me.”

Both Ms Hartge and Tash got their first shot on October 20 and said “everything went downhill from there.”

Tash told Daily Mail Australia that she was released from hospital on Monday.

“I personally thanked (the hospital staff) several times, even asking the doctors and nurses who looked after me to help me and provide answers,” she said.

“The fact that I didn’t say that in my post and I’m being bullied by it is sickening. It doesn’t phase me because I know my truth and my whole experience.

“The hate doesn’t really affect me. I am strong and will not be silenced.’

The pair regularly shared updates with their followers, posting clips of them side by side in the hospital and holding hands.

In a photo, they are in a hospital bathroom covered with EKG pads.

They have both hit back at trolls who accused them of “lying” about their terms to gain followers.

Former Melbourne GP Michael Mrozinski has wondered why the influencers didn't thank the medical staff who looked after them

Former Melbourne GP Michael Mrozinski has wondered why the influencers didn’t thank the medical staff who looked after them

Others have pointed out that in one photo they were both holding a vape.

Tash said the photo of her with the vape was taken when they first arrived at the hospital.

“I used to vape when I first got to the hospital and still had all my stuff,” she told the Daily Mail Australia.

Ms Hartge said in a previous Instagram post that she was rushed to hospital within days of being vaccinated after experiencing severe abdominal pain, sweating, chest pain and tingling in her arms and legs.

She had taken a series of tests which all came back clear and she was fired.

“Two days later I was hospitalized again because I knew something wasn’t right, I know my body and I knew something was wrong,” she wrote on Instagram last weekend.

“Instead of thanking the hospital,” thank the staff for checking me completely and making sure I was okay,” she posted on Instagram, trying to discourage people from getting the vaccine ‘ said the doctor. .

‘More and more tests were done and was told I had blood clots throughout my body, luckily after 382992 blood tests, ultrasounds, more EKG scans and CT scans there were no blood clots and I was discharged again.

“However, they still don’t know what’s wrong with me” because all my symptoms were “unrelated” to the shot, but we all know it came through.

“I’m one of the lucky ones who didn’t get too much damage, I’ve read so many stories of other people who went through the same thing and didn’t become as happy as I did.

“More people need to start talking and in times like these we need to be there for each other, even if there are people who disagree and have different opinions (which is fine!).”

Tash experienced similar pain and was also rushed to hospital within a few days of receiving her vaccination.

She said that during her first hospital stay, she was told she had an inflamed lung and was sent home to recover as it would heal on its own.

My pain stayed at home, I was upset with the pain, wouldn’t get out of bed, cried for days. My sister was tired of seeing me and Mikayla (who was going through the same thing) and forced us to go back to the emergency room, so we did,” she wrote in a message over the weekend.

‘I had several tests done, heart ultrasounds, lung and heart CT scans, countless blood tests, an IV in each arm, an internal ultrasound!

“I was told I had a blood clot under my left lung, I still have inflamed lungs, the inside of my heart is also inflamed, my muscles are beyond stiff and sore.

“Last night was the worst night my blood pressure had dropped to 43/37.”

Ms Hartge said in a previous Instagram post that she was rushed to hospital within days of being vaccinated after experiencing severe abdominal pain, sweating, chest pain and tingling in her arms and legs.

Ms Hartge said in a previous Instagram post that she was rushed to hospital within days of being vaccinated after experiencing severe abdominal pain, sweating, chest pain and tingling in her arms and legs.

She said the medical staff told her it was a reaction to her vaccine and that while she was in hospital she saw “ten” others come in with similar symptoms.

“What does it take for the government to realize that this is doing more harm than good?” she wrote.

“I never wanted the jab, it was first of all get it or lose my job. When will we regain rights to our own bodies? When is this going to end?

“I need to spread awareness because I wouldn’t even wish this on my worst nightmare.”

Speaking about the hate that both she and her boyfriend have received, Tash said there was no reason for her to make amends.

“Why would I be poked multiple times a day, cry, be depressed all for a sequel?” wrote Tas.

“All I’ve said is the truth, I was in the hospital for four fucking nights…I almost ended up in ICU and people think this is a joke?”

What is pericarditis?

Pericarditis is swelling and irritation of the thin, sac-like tissue around your heart (pericardium).

In very rare situations, some people who have received the Pfizer shot have developed the condition

This condition often causes sharp chest pain and sometimes other symptoms. The chest pain occurs when the irritated layers of the pericardium rub against each other.

Pericarditis is usually mild and resolves without treatment. Treatment for more severe cases may include medications and, in rare cases, surgery. Early diagnosis and treatment can help reduce the risk of long-term complications from pericarditis.

Source: MayoClinic.org

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