A 19-year-old equestrian star who is “super healthy” was rushed to the hospital last week with blood clots that she says could be “life-changing” after receiving the Pfizer vaccine.

Australian equestrian star Cienna Knowles said that she “never wanted” to get the COVID vaccine because she was scared of the potential side effects but ultimately chose to get it so that she could keep her job.


“I don’t even know where to begin,” Knowles wrote on Instagram. “On Thursday 21st at 10 am, I had my 2nd shot. That night I woke up so sick- vomiting, fever, wet in sweat, heart palpitations, headache, sore muscles and joints like hell, blurry vision. I was in so much pain at this point crying I knew something was seriously wrong. I’m the first person to dust it off and never cry.”

“The next morning, I went to the doctors, who then sent me to the emergency hospital. I have been in the respiratory ward with clots all through my legs, stomach, and through both lungs,” she added. “The amount of clots on my lungs is equivalent to having broken ribs, so a little painful and hard to breathe. As part of my treatment for my recovery, I am now medicated & never have been in my life. As a result of these, I have internal bleeding and nose bleeds as one of the side effects of my medications along with a line of other things I choose to keep private.”

Knowles went on to double down on how healthy she was prior to getting the shot.

“I had no medical issues, underlying conditions, not medicated for anything. Completely healthy. Never been sick,” she lamented. “Crazy to think to the left pick. I was turfing with my family riding horses, and the next pick is me just after my vaccination. I now have numerous doctors and specialists for a minimum of 6-12 months. This is my new normal. I have also been informed to not ride my horses, my motorbikes, and train- everything I am. Drive my car and go to work.”


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“I never wanted this jab & held off for as long as I could. I got it to keep my job. If you know me personally, you know how hesitant and scared I was of getting it,” she concluded.


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