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(@margaret2022)
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@heybro try on of those naturalistic practitioners…they have extensive knowledge on all of these herbal products..save you time from running around…I know a lot of them do over zoom consults…


   
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Posted by: @margaret2022

@heybro try on of those naturalistic practitioners…they have extensive knowledge on all of these herbal products..save you time from running around…I know a lot of them do over zoom consults…

Thank you for the advice.  However, as I have said before, I am not, at this time, going to try anything new.


   
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I expect my tests to be negative as well. I've seen studies where they are testing for COVID specific auto-antibodies (ACE 2 receptor antibodies) but I think those are only available in research labs and not for the general public. I really hope there is an end to this.
 
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@carym23: I sure hope that’s not the case. The ACE 2 receptors are all throughout our bodies. If that is the case then we could be ravaged by these vaccines and their adverse side effects. 

You dont need to because you will probably be positive for antiace2 antibodies . You can just watch drbeen interview with shaun. He has the same symptoms and he has access to celltrend labs tests. THe link below takes you to the moment he talks about his celltrend labs  antibody test. I strongly suggest you watch the whole video if you havent yet.

He was positive for AntiACE2 antibodies after the vaccine.  But not only for AntiAce2 but for a lot of other antibodies (nearly all known antibodies 😪 ).  

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rX8I5-yG05g&t=1350s.

Well...the problem is doctors has no access to these tests. Even if you go and do the tests yourself in germany the end result will still be the same..They will still be clueless about what to do other than giving you cortisone shots.


   
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@carym23 

That's so frustrating that you won't get your results for another month! But hopefully that means everything is okay. On the other hand, I'm almost hoping for an auto immune disorder for myself because at least that would mean a diagnosis and possible treatment, instead of this endless cycle we all seem to be in. 

Keep us posted! How are your symptoms? 


   
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@nath7 how are you now what were your symptoms 


   
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Hey guys, indeed every day gets worse. Today was a really bad day. With the body and head warm from 5.30 am (after a hot flush) and unwell feeling till now.

I am super exhausted, not energy for nothing and my depression and zero motivation is at its peak. I also have sunburning feeling on my shouldes and under the armpits and insomnia.

On late evenings and night its a bit better. But then all the horror show start again next morning 5.30 am (after a hot flush) and unwell feeling till now and so on (like i already wrote).

This goes on like this since weeks.

 

My SSRI Antidepressiva Citalopram which I am taking since 3,5 weeks (20mg) is also still not helping much, to get a drive and get down the anxiety & restlessness and depressions.

So all in all, I have panik that even things get worse than this in next weeks, or they stay like this in next weeks, months.....

Because in the last few weeks I had Zero improvement and hope that things will get better.

 

What do you think what is it?, that makes this strange symptoms and the very unwell feeling I already described up there and the strange circle evey day?

Do you think this also sounds dangerous and hopeless?

 

Many thanks for you advice and answers!

 

 

 


   
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I would like to suggest you watch a video, in which Florian Schilling, a German naturopath, talks about what could be done, in case of side effects.

I wrote in a previous post about this researcher (page 1000).

The video is in German, but subtitles in English can be selected.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7dv_nplgyIQ


   
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Update on my situation almost nine months after second Pfizer shot (never got the booster).
I'm at about 65-70 percent on most days.
Still have some minor heart palpitations and chest pressure but way less than half a year ago.
Numbness in left foot still there but has improved a lot.
Can workout again without the symptoms getting worse afterwards but have to be careful when pushing myself to the limit.
If I tried working out 2 months ago I would get extreme heart palpitations, very bad tingling in my left foot and a choking feeling down my throat.
Insomnia is better and I no longer have dizzy spells.
What worked for me was a heavy dose of Ibuprofen for 3 weeks (tapering down every week).
I tried this 3 times and this always resolved/improved some symptoms afterwards.
(Dizziness on the first time, most of the tingling and heart palpitations on the second and third time).
Won't do a fourth try though unless I get a bad relapse (harsh on the stomach).
I think I will completely recover but it'll take time.
I pray for the same outcome for everybody here on this informative thread!


   
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@asanders: Thanks for the link to the video.  I have watched half of it so far, including the spot where they begin to talk about the AntiACE2 antibodies.  This makes the most sense to me of anything I have read or heard so far.  So many people on here have reported a positive ANA test result, but with all negative results from subsequent specific ANA tests.  It seems so obvious that these vaccines have resulted in new auto-immune antibody production that are having devastating impacts on our bodies.  It is so sad that the US medical community remains so in-the-dark ignorant of this and is providing no effective remedies for us.  I wonder if it's willful ignorance as part of an effort to protect the pharmas.  I sure hope not. I see a Rheumatologist on the 27th and you can bet I'm going to ask for the test for the AntiACE2 auto-immune antibody.  Will be interesting to see what he says.  Thanks again for the video.   


   
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Posted by: @ksharky13
Posted by: @tone

Any more information  or  recovery or improvement stories ? 

I'm with you @tone.  I come on here every day looking for people to come back on and tell their story on resolving their side effects, whatever they may be.  We're 15 months into this vaccination experiment and certainly enough time has passed to where we should be seeing more and more success stories on here to help give those of us still struggling some sense of hope.  I understand that it's easy to just move on if/when your side effects go away, but it is so helpful when people take the time to come back here and share their stories, not of about their side effects being resolved, but what they have done that helped in the process. 

Hi

ive seen one lady that had multiple symptoms that subsided after she got omricon..the last 10 pages of this page


   
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@margaret2022: You say that the Flonase helped with your hearing sensitivity.  Do you also have tinnitus and, if yes, did it help with that too?  Thanks.

I had two types of tinnitus…one that has a beep which I remember hearing before vaccines but it was very very very low it never bothered me at all only when I listened for it in a quiet room which I think is related to my TMJ cuz I have a clicking jaw …

but since I developed this hearing sensitivity it wasn’t that bad in the beginning it progressed only because I was suddenly exposed to loud sounds which is not good for someone with hearing sensitivity…so eventually I started to hear a light buzz in my head..this was about 2 weeks into after the hypersensitive hearing started then the sensitive hearing just worse then it got better..but it was still therr..and then when I went back to work I was exposed to like a furnace or anything that vibrated it rattled my inner ear then my hearing sensitivity would get worse along with the buzzing sound it was more central it didn’t come from my ear…so it’s hard to say the vaccine didn’t affect my occasional light faint beep it was more of the hearing sensitivity that made it more prominent…the Flonase does help with the hearing sensitivity and I would say it does help with the light beep but not the buzzing feeling sound in my head…

Im going back to any doctor and going to tell them about this and see if I can get a script for prednisone…I wonder if anyone had any success with that


   
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Posted by: @ksharky13

@margaret2022:  I think it's too early to expect much from the vitamins and supplements.  I'm trying to be patient and give it 4-6 weeks.  I'm quite positive that I have widespread inflammation through my body and so far the only issue that has presented is the tinnitus.  It's been 4months since my booster shot and 11 weeks since the tinnitus presented.  I do have a fear that any damage the inflammation may have done could be permanent at this point.  That said, there are some (not many) stories on here from people who had their tinnitus resolve after 4-6 months or more, so I remain cautiously optimistic.  What scares me the most are the stories on here of people who have had new symptoms appear several months out.  Bottom line is we all got injected with a level of vaccine that was way too high and totally unnecessary, and we will likely never know the truth.  I was perfectly healthy before the vaccine and now have no idea what the vaccine is doing to my body every day.  All we can do is continue to support each other, force the medical community to recognize and treat us, and hope that the truth will eventually come out.  

How would you describe your tinnitus?

what makes it worse?

has it been getting worse?


   
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Posted by: @ksharky13
Posted by: @tone

Any more information  or  recovery or improvement stories ? 

I'm with you @tone.  I come on here every day looking for people to come back on and tell their story on resolving their side effects, whatever they may be.  We're 15 months into this vaccination experiment and certainly enough time has passed to where we should be seeing more and more success stories on here to help give those of us still struggling some sense of hope.  I understand that it's easy to just move on if/when your side effects go away, but it is so helpful when people take the time to come back here and share their stories, not of about their side effects being resolved, but what they have done that helped in the process. 

Hi

ive seen one lady that had multiple symptoms that subsided after she got omricon..the last 10 pages of this page

Within the last 10 pages of this page I read it somewhere sorry too much going on 


   
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@margaret2022: My tinnitus is a very high pitch tone.  It reminds me of the high pitch you'd get from electronics equipment years ago.  It is primarily in my right ear, and is the type that sounds like it's in my head vs. in my ear.  It's about the same as when it started about 11 weeks ago.  I thought it was getting better after a few weeks but it seems to have settled back to when it first presented.  Doesn't seem to be getting worse, but that's certainly a concern since people on here report symptoms all of a sudden getting worse after months.  It's pretty much all the time but I would rate it maybe a 3 to 4 out of 10, depending on the day.  If I am busy doing things I can basically forget about it, but once I do hear it it's hard to ignore for a while.  I can sleep OK, thank goodness.  Not sure what makes it worse as I am avoiding things like loud noises out of fear for aggravating it.  I haven't felt any discernable improvement from the vitamins and supplements I'm taking but, again, it's too early to tell. My next step is the Rheumatologist appointment on 4/27.  Going to see if he has heard of the vaccine-induced ACE-2 receptor auto-immune antibodies that can be driving many of these adverse events, including tinnitus. I understand that the auditory system contains a lot of ACE-2 receptor cells and our immune response may be attacking them, causing neuro-inflammation and/or damage.  Personally, I think it's pathetic how uniformed, and almost disinterested, the US medical community seems to be about this stuff.


   
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Posted by: @ksharky13

@margaret2022: My tinnitus is a very high pitch tone.  It reminds me of the high pitch you'd get from electronics equipment years ago.  It is primarily in my right ear, and is the type that sounds like it's in my head vs. in my ear.  It's about the same as when it started about 11 weeks ago.  I thought it was getting better after a few weeks but it seems to have settled back to when it first presented.  Doesn't seem to be getting worse, but that's certainly a concern since people on here report symptoms all of a sudden getting worse after months.  It's pretty much all the time but I would rate it maybe a 3 to 4 out of 10, depending on the day.  If I am busy doing things I can basically forget about it, but once I do hear it it's hard to ignore for a while.  I can sleep OK, thank goodness.  Not sure what makes it worse as I am avoiding things like loud noises out of fear for aggravating it.  I haven't felt any discernable improvement from the vitamins and supplements I'm taking but, again, it's too early to tell. My next step is the Rheumatologist appointment on 4/27.  Going to see if he has heard of the vaccine-induced ACE-2 receptor auto-immune antibodies that can be driving many of these adverse events, including tinnitus. I understand that the auditory system contains a lot of ACE-2 receptor cells and our immune response may be attacking them, causing neuro-inflammation and/or damage.  Personally, I think it's pathetic how uniformed, and almost disinterested, the US medical community seems to be about this stuff.

How would you get a referral to rheumatology?

I wanna get blood work as well. I’m a nurse and it’s pretty pathetic that I’m worried about how I’m gonna word everything I’ve learned this far about the vaccine adverse effects. And ask for bloodwork. Well I’m gonna do the same ask for bloodwork to check and see if there’s any inflammation going on. I also bought a req off of lifelabs for antibodies to see if my numbers are high. I’m curious to see. Uggh why is this happening I just want my life back before all of this. I frigging hate this. It’s so hard to handle at times I was completely healthy and normal before my 3rd vaccine dose. I beat myself up every day. Why why did I do it It’s wasn’t mandatory. Omg god help me help us all.


   
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