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Nath7
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Hi guys just popping back up as I promised I would and I know that seeing some stories where people are getting better really helped give me a push! 

well good news last 2 months I’ve been very good getting back to normal life as such managed to get back to work full time 😊 even managed a cheeky night at the pub 🙌

I will say that my body is very easily flared up and last 3 days I’ve had a few spikes with breathing and dizziness 🙄 but no where near enough to stop me in my tracks 💪 it’s been like 8/9 months I think and I starting getting very slowly better at the 5/6 month mark. 

there has been no special diet or magic medicine what has helped. It’s literally been trying to drag yourself up when your down. Being active does really help I’ve found in my case as it stops my anxiety going out of control and crazy. Keep in mind I don’t think I’m 100 percent yet no where near and it will probably be a long time of our bodies healing, but when you get to a point where you can have fun again and still enjoy life you can kind of put up with these shitty smaller flare ups. 

keep positive everyone I’m so much more happy now 🙌😊 if you look back on my activity you can see the massive amount of problems I’ve dealt with 😅🙄 mostly breathing and chest pains etc… 


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Zero_PhoBia
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@nath7 glad you feeling better! I think we've had some similar symptoms especially the wierd breathing thing that comes and goes. Did you have any sinus issue or feel like you continously clearing mucus from sinus or chest? 


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Nath7
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@zerophobia yes 100 percent, sinus also feel slightly inflamed, also normal weird sensations in neck like feels swollen sometimes. 

Had my thyroid bloods taken and an ultrasound on it and came back absolutely fine 🤷‍♂️ If I’m honest when I stopped looking for answers was when I started helping more 🤔  who knows 😂

I hope your feeling better? It gets better that’s for sure 


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Posted by: @trev
Posted by: @gm1988

Just wanted to come back and give some people hope. I'm almost 1 year post-vaccine (JJ). I did NOT get any boosters, for obvious reasons. Like many of you, my symptoms started within days of the vaccine, and although there were many, the main ones were being constantly light-headed, "on-a-boat" feeling while walking, strange weakness/tingling especially on my left side, random burning sensations, left leg felt like it wasn't in sync with the rest of my body, fullness feeling in the head (mostly on the left side, and behind my left eye).

This past year has been hell, but I am happy to report that within the past couple weeks, I'm feeling about 90% back to normal. I used to hate waking up in the morning because the thought of going through another day with those symptoms was horrible. But now I look forward to every morning because I've been feeling a little bit better almost every day. Also like many of you, I was persistent with doctors because I knew something had to be MASSIVELY wrong. 2 ER visits, head scans, heart scan, lots of blood work, all came back normal. My bad days, and "better" days came in waves, but I noticed that the very bad days were less severe and farther apart as time went on. I have had a couple relapses, and its possible i'll have more, but I've been doing pretty well so I wanted to come back and report that progress. My two young children are so happy to be slowly getting their mommy back. 

I think it's mostly time that has healed me, but I will say I notice that I do feel better on days when I take my multi-vitamin (women's one-a-day), in addition to an extra dose of Vitamin C and Vitamin D. Could just be a coincidence, but i'm going to keep that up. After my most recent doctors visit and scan, I decided to stop chasing a diagnosis and try to stop obsessing about it. That has helped too. I know it's so hard to do when you feel like something is very wrong, but keeping my mind off it has definitely helped. 

I hope this helps someone out there! I know how lonely and terrifying this whole ordeal can feel. Try to keep your mind and bodies busy if you can. I'll come back and report any further progress. Stay positive and good luck! 

 

Yes, time will bring healing. We had pretty much had the same symptoms from the left side of the head and eye pain, also the burning feelings. Well, most of my symptoms have subsided. I am able to get up in the morning not fearing pain and now able to get back to working out. The main thing is to stop googling and staying off WebMD looking up symptoms. It will just bring on anxiety. Once I stopped obsessing, as you put it, I started to slowly feel better. 

I did a detox, started taking NAC, artemisinin(stopped the burning) vitamin c, vitamin d and omega 3 fish oil. Also, a concoction from this metaphysical doctor which got to me to the point of less pain. I am 90-95% right now. 

 

 

 

 

Your post about the fact that you have used artemisinin successfully and the burning pain has disappeared, is remarkable!

I think it's the first time someone says that, among the supplements taken, it's artemisinin.

I also think the people should reflect, why it was effective, how to explain it? How it was produced the burning pain, since the artemisinin was effective?

Artemsinin is an extract of artemisia annua. Is known efficacy of artemisia and its derivatives in the treatment of viral and parasitic diseases, in some cancers:

"The antiviral activities of artemisinin and artesunate":

https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/18699744/

"Targeted treatment of cancer with artemisinin and artemisinin-tagged iron-carrying compounds":

https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/16185154/

In the treatment of Lyme disease artemisia is well known, is included, for example, in the protocols against babesia, which is a parasite similar to malaria.

Personally, I have tried in my posts to suggest about the possible benefit that natural antibiotics can bring, even about artemisia annua I mentioned (on the page 965).

Because there are so many similarities, for example, burning pain is very common in patients with Lyme.

But it is something else when the benefit is confirmed, by people with adverse effects.

I could only list a series of natural products with antibiotic effects, which I used, so I know they had good tolerance (page 904, 943).

And this due to the fact that it seems that there is talk about the possible reactivation of EBV as the cause of the symptoms and, in some cases with side effects, it was observed a decrease in the defense against infections, appearing herpes eruptions, appendicitis, frequent colds.

Personally, I think it should be added, to the list of supplements, a product that helps in defending against infections.


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Also:

“An overview of the anti-SARS-CoV-2 properties of Artemisia annua, its antiviral action, protein-associated mechanisms, and repurposing for COVID-19 treatment”:

https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/34479848/


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Zero_PhoBia
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Posted by: @nath7

@zerophobia yes 100 percent, sinus also feel slightly inflamed, also normal weird sensations in neck like feels swollen sometimes. 

Had my thyroid bloods taken and an ultrasound on it and came back absolutely fine 🤷‍♂️ If I’m honest when I stopped looking for answers was when I started helping more 🤔  who knows 😂

I hope your feeling better? It gets better that’s for sure 

@nath7

This is such a relief to hear. Yes sinuses feel like they can go from normal to inflamed in seconds which seems to cause the extreme brain fog and fuzzy head almost or exactly like sinusitis. Also I experienced the neck issues with it. It was like my neck would get super lame and sore if I look up or down for too long. I couldn't sit at my desk looking at a computer for long because my  eckwould hurt and Jim would also cause head pressure.Luckily that's less now and I feel a bit but this sinus and breathing thing is scary. I'm a few days away from 6 months since the 1st symptom.

Thank you for replying and giving me some hope and confidence that everything improves.i miss my beer and coffee 😆 

 

 


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Tinnitus from Covid Vaccine
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@nath7: So glad you are feeling so much better.  Thank you for coming back to tell your recovery story,  Question:  Did you ever have tinnitus as one of your side effects?  That's what I have and it seems to be the only one that either takes a long time to resolve or maybe becomes permanent.  I'm always looking for stories where people resolved their tinnitus.  Thanks.


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Nath7
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@ksharky13 I did but was one of my least severe symptoms, only lasted a month for me thankfully!

The good news is from viral or vaccine, tinnitus seems to have favourable outcomes but I’ve heard it can take up to a year. It seems to be one of the long lasting symptoms in many. 

I can only imagine how tough it is for long period hope you heal soon 🤞 


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Susie
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@watis I feel at my worst in the morning I guess it’s because of my lack of sleep but also I get the hot flushes at around 3 to 4 am in the morning as well.

how are you feeling today? 


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Susie
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@kai85 when you get these vibrations are you also cold or hot feeling? Just wondering. How long have you had them?


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Tinnitus from Covid Vaccine
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@nath7: Thank you for the kind and encouraging words. I am cautiously optimistic about having the tinnitus resolve eventually.  It's tough on a day-to-day basis and having the fear that the damage has been permanent.  I have seen some tinnitus success stories on here that took 6-12 months to resolve.  I'll take that any day. In the meantime I'm going to keep taking Vitamins C, D3 & B12, as well as zinc, turmeric, and magnesium. I may add either some quercetin or liposomal glutathione.  I've read good things about both.  


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KAI85
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@lookingforanswers no I’m necessarily hot or cold when it’s happening. I have had them 24/7 for 4 months, mainly in my head and chest.  It makes my vision feel off too because I feel like my brain is constantly shaking. 


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Jordan
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Hi again guys 

Has anyone else had dizziness so severe it’s affecting day to day life? I’m really struggling, maybe 2 days a week I feel pretty much normal but the rest I’m so dizzy I can’t drive without either stopping and being sick (so I now barely drive) and working is barely possible being sat at a computer on the phone as it makes me feel so dizzy and sick.

 

The dr signed me off on sick for 2 weeks while I wait for an MRI date but UK sick pay of £96 a week means I have no choice but to try and go back to work as I have bills to pay.

 

Feeling really low at the moment as the dizziness is just so bad I can’t do anything but lay down all the time, I also have slight tinnitus I think.

Apart from dizziness I don’t really have any other symptoms, have struggled with sleep from time to time but I put that down to how dizzy I am.

 

Any tips or thoughts would be appreciated.

 

thanks

Jordan


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@transpro85 Hi Sean. I'm so sorry you are going through this. Sunday April 3rd will be 10 months for me. Last Saturday I woke up to my ears ringing really loud. As I got up, I realized my extreme dizziness had returned like the first day it started. The day before, Friday, I felt mild dizziness and well enough to drive myself to and from work which is a 35 minute drive on a very curvy road. I had some anxiety as this was only the second time I have driven that distance in 10 months. I generally don't drive for safety reasons. Since then every day has been terrible dizziness, nonstop, with the usual fatigue, ears ringing and brain fog. I have cried buckets of tears and am beyond angry and depressed. I don't understand why it has regressed so rapidly. It is NOT anxiety! You know as well as I do that there is much more to it. I filed a report on Moderna's webpage last year and even though I got a response (typical "We received your email" builcrap) it has been silent since then. I am terrified that for me this is permanent and will keep cycling from mild symptoms to debilitating symptoms. The VAERS reporting website is useless and the governments in all countries do not care about the ones like us. I feel hopeless. So many people have raved about supplements and balance therapy but they have proven to be temporary fixes for a much bigger problem. I am happy for the people whose symptoms were short-lived but it's not happening for me. I pray for you, me and all the people who have suffered from vestibular issues since the almighty vaccine. We don't exist to the government, CDC and medical community. God bless us all. 


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watiswat
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Posted by: @lookingforanswers

@watis I feel at my worst in the morning I guess it’s because of my lack of sleep but also I get the hot flushes at around 3 to 4 am in the morning as well.

how are you feeling today? 

Yeah the mornings are really bad. I took some Zopiclon and could sleep well first time since days. But then I wake up and I am directly reminded I am back in Hell.

Yes my Hot Flashes are always bwétween 3 to 4 am in the morning.

Today I feel mentally bad, becasue i can not shup up my mind being angry with me to get the vacc in a situation where already "only" omnicron was around.

I have to think gain and again about that day where I went to get the vacc (i was in some trans and somehow I could not think clearly that day) this makes me sad and angry about myself

else my Life would be right now very very different.

Since my problems begaun after vacc, I have only fight with family, before vacc, I had fights with family why i am still unvacced.

Such a doomed Situation for me that this drives me insane, I guess I really need soon a psychotherapy else I will alsway think about around and about the days i got vacced.

Well my body feels ok, but somehow very week, I am relentless and no motivation to do anything. The citalopram (i am taking 15 mg now) and since more than 2 weeks has also not helped yet.

my biggest problem is still my anxiety and my zero motivation.

 

How do you feel?

 

 


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