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  • Writer's pictureGary Moller

Post-Jab Heart Problems: promising progress to report

As we enter the dreaded Red Zone today, I have a good news story for you: one of hope, to break up all of the stress and doom that we are being bombarded with.


Important: this is an essay by Gary Moller, reflecting upon what he has observed in the Clinic. I do not and can not diagnose health problems or give treatment recommendations. The intention here is to help guide nutrition and lifestyle to support medical treatment: consult your doctor).


Here is what Sue wrote on December 18th last year to the Practitioners, Libby and Amanda, of Orange Health who then referred her to me:


I’m not sure if you will be able to help me or not so I’m asking before I book in for a consult…

I have been injured by the Pfizer vaccine which I had on Sept 1st. I was sick for weeks before being admitted to the hospital for two weeks where they diagnosed me with POTS. I am now in a wheelchair as I can not walk for more than ten steps. I was perfectly healthy before the vaccine and was working full time running my own business. I am now having to sell my business as I can not work or take care of myself.

I’m desperate to recover and I’m not really sure what to do anymore. I’m now on heart medication to reduce my heart rate. I am less sick than I was a month ago however the POTS symptoms will not go away as well as other weird symptoms I have never experienced before.

Please let me know if this is something you can help me with, I'm desperate to recover."

Sue (not her real name)

Last week Sue wrote:

"I did not sleep very well last night, my heart was fluttering and my muscles hurt. I have woken up this morning feeling like I've done a huge workout at the gym-my whole body hurts! But I guess that's because I have been on my feet the last few days. I have also noticed I am a bit shakier today which I notice happens more with fatigue. However, apart from that, I have definitely made gains - I can do a bit more around the house now and even managed to stand in the shower for 30 seconds yesterday which I haven't been able to do since September 1st. My energy levels are better and I feel more alert. Being able to walk around the house has been the main difference for me, I feel strong enough to be able to do this without getting too breathless - I still get tachycardia but feel ok to push through more now."


That was a few days ago, and here is her report today:

"The last few days have been pretty rough, to be honest. The days leading up to my period seem to make all my symptoms worse. I have noticed my heart flutters more when I’m due for my period and beats slow then really fast while I’m just lying in bed trying to get to sleep) I finally got it yesterday and was in a lot of pain- spent most of the day lying down. I also did a lot of laughing the day before and woke up with sore chest muscles. Seems any kind of enjoyment I suffer for later. I have just woken up and am feeling better than yesterday so hopefully, it will be a good day today"