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@callie thanks for your answer! It's been 2 months (4 since v) and I have other visual and neurological issues as well... I wish we could all turn back time


   
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@tone I had severe dizziness and vertigo (like someone else mentioned woozy feeling and feeling faint all the time), severe fatigue, sudden high blood pressure and blood pressure swings (POTS like symptoms), heart palpitations, sudden panic attacks and anxiety which I’ve never had before, severe neck pain, severe gallbladder pain and inflammation, pain in my spleen area, back pain, numbness in tingling in my hands and feet, insomnia, sudden sensitivities to many foods (histamine, oxalate and salicylate sensitivity), mast cell activation, inability to tolerate most supplements and prescription drugs (they put me on Prilosec for heartburn and I had a bad reaction and ended up in the ER twice) even though I’ve taken it before 

I was practically bedridden for the first 3 months post vax, I improved slowly but cut out a lot of foods and was only down to about 6 things on rotation. It was awful

I don’t have of those symptoms anymore really and am back to living life as normal. Started DNRS in January and was able to function normally for the most part about a month into the program 


   
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@thisisk YES!! I’m so happy that it worked or you too! I was so skeptical as I think most are when starting it but what a life changer right?!

It was SO awful being so ill, I want to shout from the rooftops about DNRS and I’m so disappointed it’s not “prescribed” more often, it is exactly what we need

I had the same symptoms as you and horrible food sensitivity but now eat whatever I want and it’s truly anazing

Sometimes there are a few subtle things here and there but I nothing even remote to what I was like just a few months back, I can THINK so clearly now better than I ever have really!

Keep up the good work you will heal! I’m also working on my overall health with a very holistic practitioner and she recommended Perimine and Quercetin for Mast Cells and it did help me while I was starting DNRS but now I don’t need them 🙂

Keep up the good work! 


   
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@thisisk Now we need to get off this forum lol It’s not good for the “POPS”, Annie would yell at us to get off of here 😂

(I used to check this thing daily for months and it’s been forever since I’ve been on but wanted to share about DNRS 🙂

 

 


   
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Posted by: @marieski858

@thisisk YES!! I’m so happy that it worked or you too! I was so skeptical as I think most are when starting it but what a life changer right?!

It was SO awful being so ill, I want to shout from the rooftops about DNRS and I’m so disappointed it’s not “prescribed” more often, it is exactly what we need

I had the same symptoms as you and horrible food sensitivity but now eat whatever I want and it’s truly anazing

Sometimes there are a few subtle things here and there but I nothing even remote to what I was like just a few months back, I can THINK so clearly now better than I ever have really!

Keep up the good work you will heal! I’m also working on my overall health with a very holistic practitioner and she recommended Perimine and Quercetin for Mast Cells and it did help me while I was starting DNRS but now I don’t need them 🙂

Keep up the good work! 

What is DNRS? and what does it involve ? 


   
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@tone I have the crunchy sound once in awhile when I turn my head from side to side. I sleep on a microfiber pillow and that seems to help. Someone else on here told me about it. 


   
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Posted by: @marieski858

Hello all!

I wanted to report that I am almost completely healed of all of my debilitating symptoms post vaccine in May and July 2021 that left be basically incapacitated for many, many months

I had every scan and blood test and saw allopathic and naturopath doctors along with every specialist in between

The thing that healed me was my own brain. I started DNRS by Annie Hopper by recommendation of my naturopathic doctor and I noticed positive results immediately 

I urge all of you still suffering to look into it, it’s so worth it and I’m back to 100%, even better maybe. The Brain/Limbic system can be injured from toxins, vaccines, physical/emotional triggers and stress that leads the brain to be stuck in fight or flight and numerous bodily functions are affected causing “mystery symptoms” (Immune system, detox pathways, anxiety, digestion, adrenals, sensitivities etc etc…)

DNRS has been successful for long Covid and many many other chronic mystery illnesses

Im also working with a Cellcore trained doctor and their supplements have been  wonderful for assisting the body in healing as well while I refrained my brain, nothing like what we get at the health food store. Highly quality, specific and only available from a practitioner 

DNRS works and I recommend it to all, please look into it for your healing! Xoxo

 

What were your symptoms that this program helped with? I was looking through it as well. I am looking at buying it $349 USD. Not sure if it’s good for me. I might try it. I’m at my wits end with this. I’m desperate to try anything just scared to waste money but your comment is reassuring. But my big question is what symptoms did the program help with. Thanks 


   
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Posted by: @mike411

@thamollusk I was negative on ANA and other more standard auto immune tests but positive on 2 of the CellTrend auto immune receptors (ACE2 & MAS-1) so from what I've come to understand the way it probably has played out at least for me was in this order: 1) vaccine starts the process of producing spike proteins, 2) monocytes/immune system gets stuck trying to clear them out, 3) inflammation from battle begins and cytokines rise causing symptoms, 4) continued battle results in my immune system beginning to target my own tissue resulting in auto immune issues, which further worsens things. 

I agree in part with Patterson that it's important to get rid of the spike protein asap so the inflammation subsides and then hopefully over time the auto antibodies begin to fade away. The hard part is figuring out what symptoms (or amount of symptoms) comes from the cytokine inflammation and how much from any auto immune issues.

You may have seen Dr. Been's video below - he could be getting closer to possibly figuring out what is going on in vaccine reactions. He discusses a study which found the S1 subunit of the spike protein (as well as the complete spike protein) in the blood of vaccinated individuals.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BzEigubrO5A

Am hopeful Dr. Been will help figure this out so there can be a clear treatment approach. At this point, lowering inflammation/inflammatory cytokines in the least harsh/invasive way possible seems reasonable.


   
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@lmkk Hi KitKat, how are you feeling these days overall. Has any symptoms gone away completely?

I remember you had nerve pain as well along with other symptoms. Has it gone away?

 

 


   
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@marieski858 does dnrs offer the cellcore practitioner?


   
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@marieski858 does dnrs offer the cellcore practitioner?


   
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@margaret2022 I’m curious about this as well. I know another person on here who tried it but she never said if the DNRS program helped her. It is quite expensive, so for the 349.00 do we get all we need to get relief?? I researched it a little bit. I asked my Homeopathic doctor what she thought about it, waiting to hear what she says. Let us know what everyone thinks of this DNRS program and is it worth it?? Thanks 

 


   
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Posted by: @lookingforanswers

@margaret2022 I’m curious about this as well. I know another person on here who tried it but she never said if the DNRS program helped her. It is quite expensive, so for the 349.00 do we get all we need to get relief?? I researched it a little bit. I asked my Homeopathic doctor what she thought about it, waiting to hear what she says. Let us know what everyone thinks of this DNRS program and is it worth it?? Thanks 

 

https://youtu.be/kNL_v8j5lbc

he had hearing sensitivity like me he’s a long hauler though I’m a vaccine injury.

he doesn’t mention if he’s 100% recovered although he said it helped him by the 4th week. So it doesn’t hurt for me to try this gives me hope. I guess everything comes at a price nothing is free in this world. I might as well give it a try. It does say it’ll give some money back if it doesn’t work. But these testimonials look promising. I really hope you give it a try Susie. I’ll keep you posted.


   
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@nresearcher yes, I've been watching his videos (and twitter) regularly. In one of his recent videos (spike protein on exosomes) he mentions study showing that spike is being continuing to be produced for up to ~4 months post vax before ceasing. If that's the case, the first 4 months one is battling to just hold the line until spike stops and only then really try to make progress eradicating it from the body slowly. I doubt there will be one perfect theory that covers everyone; alot of individual genetics and underlying conditions skew things. My thought is there will be one primary process identified with a lot of branches (variations) off of that, some more predominant than others. 

My current approach is to continue the statins and low dose aspirin (been doing for 7 weeks now), while I aggressively treat my blood pressure symptom. Planning to re-do IncellDX cytokine panel in June. Depending on those results, my symptoms (and BP situation) may then look to add a few months round of maravoric. Then in Fall retest again and add Patterson's spike protein monocyte test to see if I've cleared all spike proteins. If not, continue statins (and maybe another round maravoric) and test again at end of year. If and when I can clear spike proteins, if I have still have issues, will look at doing a round or two of Inus Apheresis in Germany to filter out auto antibodies and see whether that further helps. If I'm still stuck after that, then either hope for some other treatment to emerge or otherwise cross fingers and await results of Berlin Cures' BC007 drug that it clears final clinical studies establishing that it does work to more permanently clear antibodies (or at least clears for quite awhile). 


   
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@xray108 Hi, I'm with you on this, I feel the same way, forced to go to work, I work 10 hours, sometimes I wish I could quit but I need the money, this situation drives me crazy, I want to end this...


   
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