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Thisistoomuch
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Posted by: @ksharky13

@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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Thisistoomuch
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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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Thisistoomuch
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Posted by: @margaret2022
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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Tinnitus from Covid Vaccine
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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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Thisistoomuch
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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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Thisistoomuch
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Posted by: @lookingforanswers

@tone thank you. I am on anti anxiety medicine. Sometimes it works and sometimes it don’t. 

I have the exact same symptoms as

you mine came on a month well 6 weeks after my vaccine. Then I also had hypersensitive hearing which then lead me to have like a buzzing in my head I find it get Worse when I’m anxious irritated tired hungry or if I had dark tea and towards the evening…this shit is awful.

 

did you develop any humming or buzzing in your head? Are are you now?


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Emina
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I have ppppd too. Awful feeling 


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@margaret2022: I got referred to a rheumatologist because o had asked my PCP to order a lab test to check for inflammation and she also ordered an ANA test too (not sure why). So when that came back positive she immediately referred me. Don’t lose hope and give into despair. You are not alone. I also was fine after the first 2 shots and very much regret getting the booster. But that’s done so we have to continue to fight to be heard and taken seriously and treated by our doctors and validated by the science. 


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Tinnitus from Covid Vaccine
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Anybody have stiff painful neck muscles that run from about the top of your back/shoulder area all the way up to the base of your skull?  I’ve had that on my right side for about 3 months. Gives me a constant dull headache on the right side and I think may be contributing to my tinnitus. It’s very painful. 


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I’ve also been reading this forum for a while. I’m a health care pro who was coerced into vaccination to keep my job. I have always been against this vaccine for a variety of reasons … the fact that the vaccine makers have no liability , that there has been a hard push to get everyone vaccinated , etc . Yet I reluctantly got it to keep my job. After dose one I was okay but dose two I coded at work the next day and since then have experienced dizziness / vertigo / nausea/ disorientation for the past 4ish months . Although every day is a living hell i have still forced myself to go into work every day and suffer through an 8 hour shift . I have had some good days just to be quickly tainted by very bad days that make me contemplate just ending it all. I’m sure a lot of you understand this. Every morning I wake up I am terrified to go into work just cause I know it’ll be eight hours until I can get back home and lay down in my bed again . I used to love working out and now can’t even handle a ten minute walk. The saddest part is I was so against this vaccine and planned to get fired from my job with some of my colleagues over this but last minute cowardice got the better of me. I am so angry at myself because on one hand I was coerced but on the other I could have walked away . Now I’m not sure when I will ever feel normal again . I’m so depressed these days but happy I can come here and read some positive stories . Also this whole thing just solidified my opinion that doctors are useless as hell !!! 


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Posted by: @ksharky13

Personally, I think it's pathetic how uniformed, and almost disinterested, the US medical community seems to be about this stuff.

Or, or... they know all about it but are too scared to speak up (intimidation)

Wanting to keep their high-paying job is the other explanation (money)

Regardless of the possible explanation it really seems no one cares about us from , we are on our own 

Medical profession workers are not stupid people, which strongly suggests to me that there's something nefarious afoot or at the very least willful ignorance to play defense for big pharma

 

 


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healmeohlord
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@medee hi Dee, just in case u are interest , am also in a FB support group ( Neuro V Long- Haulers. 


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@medee hi Dee, just in case u are interest , am also in a FB support group ( Neuro V Long- Haulers. 


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Tara808
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@tone magnesium taurate and astragalus root helped me


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@ksharky13 My left side of the neck gets stiff and painful and it also seems to be associated with headaches. My husband had this as well for months but his has subsided. Both of us had it on the side that we received the vax.  


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