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Larry
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@heybro You fell it is safe and no side effects? What was your dosage?  What are your vax side effects?  I have many.

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Posted by: @jtranger

@heybro You fell it is safe and no side effects? What was you dosage?

I am not going to go on prednisone because of the side effects.  Many doctors are giving out prednisone like candy.

Ivermectin is much much safer and has little potential side effects.  

It is based on body weight.  I was taking five pills.  You can just take 1 pill to start if you are scared.

You can find dosage on the FLCCC protocols.


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Posted by: @jtranger

@heybro You fell it is safe and no side effects? What was your dosage?  What are your vax side effects?  I have many.

Just to be clear:

My issues were: nerve across stomach, balls of nerves at side, nerve up my back, nerves under my shoulder blade.  Severe pressure around waist.

Now I just have a nerve at my side and some pressure in my gut.

Your symptoms are likely different than mine.

Ivermectin helps some and does nothing for others.  YMMV.


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Posted by: @watis

Guys I am today at 2,5 Months and i literally feel worse and wore from day to day and also weaker and weaker from day to day.

Is this normal in any way?

Or are the vacc effects just slowly finishing me off and making me worse from day to day.

How high is the probability that this is he case.

The normal blood test I Had several times was fine. Also my d-dimere is very low. 

Need I to go to the ER or to the hospital because i just feel so weak and so unwell? 

It really worries me, since I do not have any good days.

Many thanks for any answers!

 

No, this is not normal, I wish you quick recovery to good health.


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Posted by: @thamollusk

After watching the Patterson video,  does anyone have an explanation for why so many people have symptoms that go away for weeks at a time and then reappear? I’ve had many good weeks the past few months, but I always seem to have a relapse at some point. 

It could be your diet, did anything change on the good weeks.


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Hi All,

Below is a long list of symptoms caused by a common factor found in vaccines.  If you have more than 2 of these symptoms since you received the vaccine please message me and I can forward you relevant documentation.

Best of health to everyone

 

Low body temperature 
Cold hands and feet
Unexplained changes in weight 
Changes in appetite
Excessive thirst 
Headaches and migraines
Anaemia
Difficulty getting to sleep
Early waking
Insomnia and Sleepiness during the day

Abdominal cramps and pain
Constipation and/or diarrhea
Irritable bowel syndrome
Malabsorption
Leaky gut
Gastroenteritis
Nausea and
Heartburn.

Intermittent visual blurring
Deteriorating peripheral vision or 'tunnel' vision
Bulging eyes
Sensitivity to light
Difficulty focusing
Poor color vision 
Poor night vision and
Difficulty moving the eyes.

Chronic sinusitis
Poor sense of smell
Chronic or recurrent rhinitis
Nasal congestion
Persistently sore throat and 
Chronic tonsillitis.

Loss of axillary, pubic, body or head hair 
Greying of hair
Dry, thin, wiry, dull hair and
Weak, flaky nails that split and tear easily.

Excessive perspiration
An inability to sweat or night sweats.

Cold, clammy skin
Dry skin
Peeling or flaking skin on the hands, feet and face
A puffy face
Red, flaky skin around the eyes 
Thick, red skin on hands & feet 
Pricking, stabbing, fizzing or crawling sensations in the skin (vermiculation)
Very itchy rashes
Eczema and psoriasis.

Dizziness
Vertigo
Poor balance
Tinnitus (ringing or whining noises in the ears)
Pain in the ear canals 
Poor hearing and deafness and
Difficulty interpreting what you hear.

Bleeding gums
Periodontal (gum) disease
Mouth ulcers
A metallic taste
Excessive salivation
A loss of the sense of taste 
A burning, red, inflamed mouth 
‘Bald' patches on the tongue or cheeks (includes geographical tongue) and
Dark spots on gums ('amalgam tattoos')

Hypoglycaemia and dysglycaemia (low and poorly controlled blood sugar respectively)
Hypothyroidism (an underactive thyroid gland)
Hypoadrenalism (under-functioning adrenal glands)
Constant fatigue (adrenal and thyroid gland exhaustion) and
A poor physiological response to stress.

Heart palpitations
An irregular heart beat
Angina or chest pain
A racing heart beat 
Either an abnormally slow or rapid heart rate 
Low or high blood pressure
Frequently feeling faint 
Elevated blood cholesterol and homocysteine levels and 
Easy bleeding and bruising.

Tender, sore muscles
Rapid muscle fatigue 
Joint pain
Joint swelling
Joint stiffness
Muscle cramps
Low-back pain
Muscle weakness and
Jaw joint or Tempero-mandibular joint dysfunction (TMJD)

Kidney damage
Frequent urination
Frequent nocturnal urination (2-3 times a night or more)
Incontinence (especially in women)
Difficulty urinating (especially in men)
An urgent need to urinate and
A variety of kidney and bladder diseases.

Heavy, missed or irregular periods 
Severe period pains
Pre-menstrual tension (PMT) 
Miscarriages and
Still births

Difficulty articulating words
Numbness and tingling
Clumsiness
Difficulty doing fine tasks such as typing or adding numbers on a calculator
Tremors
Ticks and twitches (especially of the face and eyes)
A loss of coordination and 
Restless legs

Hallucinations
Depression
A persistent death wish
Suicide attempts
Obsessive-Compulsive Disorders
Manic-Depressive Disorder
Panic disorders and
Schizophrenia spectrum disorders

Fears 
Anxieties
Irritability
Fits of anger
Panic attacks
Mood swings
Loss of self-confidence
Withdrawal
Being easily embarrassed
Feeling overwhelmed
Feeling easily discouraged
A loss of sense of humor and

Poor memory 
Difficulty multitasking
Difficulty finding words 
A lack of initiative 
An inability to concentrate 
An inability to make decisions and 
Lack of motivation

Asthma 
Bronchitis 
Breathlessness 
Persistent cough and
Bad breath

 

 


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Posted by: @lmkk
Posted by: @andyl89

Are there any long haul headache sufferers on here? I’m 6 months in and all I have left are these awful pressure/tension headaches along with neck stiffness.

I’ve had a couple of 2 weeks breaks from them, but they’re pretty much constant. Some days it’s like there’s a baseline headache that gets worse then eases off again. Other days I feel very little. I’m currently on amitriptyline, but it only seems to work some days. CT booked for end of March as all avenues have been exhausted trying to find the root of the problem. Dr was reluctant as I don’t have any other worrying symptoms.

It would reassure me to hear from other long term headache suffers?

I've been having lots of headaches and neck aches. I did have a headache that lasted two months. Since then I have headaches several times a week and on and off during the day but often not bad enough to require pain relief. 

Have you tried taking a low dose of aspirin?

Hi Kit, i remember u have eye issues. Arw they resolved now?

Do u have double vision, and vision that become dim and clear again on and off?


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@saba Hi Saba, 

We're on the same boat with the floaters, I’ve had them since August so it’s been 8 months and they’re annoying as hell! I have dark and translucent ones. I think they have gotten lighter but still present. I started taking lutein recently, are you taking anything for your vision?


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@hisrichess hey! Glad to hear you are doing better!! How are your eye floaters? Have they disappeared? 

hey there. haven’t been on my phone much due to obvious reasons. im on my 7th month now, entering my 8th. the floaters have lightened up but now im dealing with static-gritty-like visions whenever in dimly light or bright areas. also dealing with white flashes now. 

pretty sure they are worsened now due to me getting tired of eating like a caveman and wanting some horrible chinese food, along with some hot chips. 

Hey, I did have the static and hazy vision back in September but it lasted about a month or two and it subsided. Try taking lutein for your eyes.


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I want to wish everybody a happy Easter, despite everything. 


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@watis Hello there! I'm nearly 5 months after my 3rd booster jab (Moderna). I was in hospital 4 times, like for 3 months. ER twice. Docs simply dealt with my symptoms as "malaise". The 4th hospitalisation, I was so weak that I thought death was imminent. Turned out my sodium/chloride levels were dangerously low. On top of that I had developed pancreatitis which resolved itself in my 2nd hospital stay. I've taken lots of supplements recommended here. But these days, I'm only keeping glutathione, vit D, multivitamins, omega 3 and a diet devoid of sugar and any form of fried stuff. Oil, only drizzlings of extra virgn olive oil. Oats, blueberries and lots of rice and chicken breast for lunch. Light dinner with more rice and beans and veggies. No redcmeat at all. I lost a lot of weight but only now, thanfully, am regaining some. I still feel lightheaded, specially in the evenings but nothing compared with the hell, physical and psychological, I went through. I find that short walks and sunbathing for 20 minutes or so have helped expedite recovery. Strangely, I've taken BP meds for 20 years. I had to stop because BP became low. And I always need to check it. Please give time time. You'll slowly see yourself getting out of this hellish rabbit hole, I'm sure. Are your sodium levels normal? Stay strong! 


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Posted by: @watis

Guys I am today at 2,5 Months and i literally feel worse and wore from day to day and also weaker and weaker from day to day.

Is this normal in any way?

Or are the vacc effects just slowly finishing me off and making me worse from day to day.

How high is the probability that this is he case.

The normal blood test I Had several times was fine. Also my d-dimere is very low. 

Need I to go to the ER or to the hospital because i just feel so weak and so unwell? 

It really worries me, since I do not have any good days.

Many thanks for any answers!

 

I found these on the forum 

https://youtu.be/UJ4QjiXT1EY

that ones long but it explains it all

Then theres

https://covid19criticalcare.com/covid-19-protocols/i-recover-protocol/

 

I hope you feel better

 

 

 


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@mike411 how do we approach this information to a GP? Omg I tried going to two different doctors and they flat out said it’s not the vaccine. I am so angry and over this nonsense of no one believing me. When I did my research and got every test under the sun that shows all normal. I had to go to my GP and tell them I’m having joint pain and how she’s doing a full work up on rheumat stuff. So she’ll be looking at Ana…rheumatoid factor etc..if those come back positive then she’ll further explore with interluekin specific…so then my plan is to get my labs and see someone else but I’m not sure who to go to at this point ..I am at a dead end I did start taking herbals for the protein spike that was recommended I also started on an anti inflammatory diet…those did help with that shot nerve feeling I had in my body and I’m feeling like I’m able to sleep better…so I know this is vaccine related…I was so healthy before this and no issues with eyes or ears…


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@wolasadal 

Good point with the sodium levels!I have zero checked them! i haveto check my sodium/chloride levels.Howdoyoudothat?

And what do you take to fill it again? Isotonic drinks or what?

I am also feeling weaker and weaker from day to day and I think I die soon.

Exakt same thing I have too:  I've taken 4 BP meds for 8 years. I had to stop 3 already, because BP became low.

 

Thanks for the advices!


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