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@mike411 hello. I was wondering what antihistamine you are taking? 


   
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Posted by: @lookingforanswers

@mike411 hello. I was wondering what antihistamine you are taking? 

so far have not needed to take any antihistamines, which I am glad about. In the distant past, when I've taken them for any length of time, my skin and lips dried out terribly; had cracking, peeling lips.


   
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@callie did your visual snow/floaters get any better? I'm almost 3 months from vaccine and this is my biggest issues right now, everytime I look at the sky or a white wall I see what you described, have they improved any?


   
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@mike411 oh ok. Yeah as you know I suffer from extreme dry skin after vaccine, but I’ve read where others are too. So many different symptoms people have. 


   
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Posted by: @sunrise

Here is a link for a video made by a German woman who has side effects and who has conducted a functional medicine investigation that is called dark field microscopy. This diagnostic method is less accepted by conventional medicine. But I think it's interesting. Subtitles in English can be selected.

https://youtu.be/jtzj3jbPEjc

In the video below, the same German woman shares the naturopathic treatment plan she received. I would like you to watch, it's very informative. Subtitles in English can be selected.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bv11dN45f3E


   
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I just sent this message to someone privately but wanted to share on the forum to give people hope. The body does an incredible job at healing. Your body did not betray you. It is doing the best it can! I am a little over 3 months into doing the Cleanse to Heal protocol and I am MUCH BETTER. I went all in, trashed all my old supplements and bought MM's recommendations instead, avoided the "no" foods (levels 1-5), and incorporated the morning cleanse (lemon water, celery juice, and heavy metal detox smoothie. I do it every single morning. I've done one round of the 369 cleanse and plan on doing another one at month's end. Anxiety and insomnia were some of the worst symptoms. I also developed chronic pain in my arms and hands (fibromyalgia, tendinitis, arthritis??). I used to have anxiety and panic attacks ALL DAY. Now I get them periodically, but they are not debilitating and they pass quickly. The pain has also gone down A LOT. I am certain all symptoms will go away with time. I will say the healing process has it's ups and down and it was no walk in the park. Plenty of tears. But I am in a MUCH better place. I am no longer bedridden. You must not give up on the protocol and be consistent. Hope this helps! 


   
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I had J&J last July, and it was terrible. But, things have improved. Here’s what happened and what I’ve done.

Within days of the shot, I had severe tinnitus and extremely sensitive ears. Felt like I was driving 90 miles an hour with my head out the window. There was a lot of pressure in my head. I had difficulty focusing my eyes on anything, and it was really difficult to think clearly for any prolonged period of time. I certainly couldn’t read well and retain anything. And, for a few weeks, I had shooting nerve pain in my face and neck. 

I was initially prescribed prednisone, and it helped some. But the symptoms crept back in (although not as severe) by late September. More steroids knocked it back, but by the end of December, I wasn’t feeling great again. My vision got really bad, and I’ve always been 20/20. 

I began working out steadily primarily to burn off the stress that came from wondering if I permanently screwed myself up with the shot. That helped with the anxiety. But my symptoms largely vanished after doing a 7 day water fast. Within 2 days, the tinnitus was gone, and my vision was perfect somewhere between 3-4 days. I felt better than I had in years by the end of the week. I also take 750 mg of Curamed curcumin daily, as well as a blend of lions mane and reishi mushrooms. Occasionally I’ll still get a little ringing in my ears, but by and large, I feel much better. 

I’m not a medical professional, so take this all as just my personal experience. Fasting was not easy, but I could certainly tell my body was healing itself. Inflammation seemed to melt away.  I plan to fast 3-4 times per year going forward just for general well being.

Hope this helps someone. I will say, anxiety can be incredibly toxic for your body, so please don’t overlook this aspect of our collective experience. 


   
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@openwindow Glad you're doing better! I'm almost back to normal (same vaxx and similar symptoms). Detoxing & water fasting has been life saving for me as well as homeopathic remedies. Anyone that knows about detoxing, water fasting and autophagy...would know this should be a game changer. I'm almost complete with my certification as a detoxification specialist and have created a 21 day detox/fast (water fasting is included but preparing you for it as most people can't jump out there and do it like you did). After the people finish, then I'll put it out. Happy to see someone else doing some of the same things I am!


   
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Posted by: @pfizerinjured

@nickpaul , thank you for responding.  What vestibular rehabilitation exercises do you do?  Could you possibly share please?

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Excuse the slow reply.  My vestibular physio gave me six core exercises.  1 & 2.  Keep eyes in position and move head, first 180 degrees side to side, then up and down.  3 & 4.  Keep head still and move eyeballs first side to side, then up and down.  5 & 6.  Focus eyes on a target at about eye level (e.g. a cross stuck on a wall), keep the eyes focused on the target while moving head, first side to side, then up and down.  I started the exercises lying down, then progressed through sitting, standing, standing with feet together, standing one foot in front of the other, standing on one leg, and walking.  I also bought a book called The Vertigo Treatment, A Simple Step By Step Guide.  Its author, Bobby Gibbs, posts about his experience of vestibular symptoms and the book somewhere else on this VeDA site.  (I have no affiliation with him or the book).  The exercises in the book are more or less the same exercises as I was given by my physio in principle, with some variations.  I can see some SLOW progress as I've done the exercises, I'm about 3.5 months into doing them, and about 7.5 months since vaccine and onset of dizzy (and other) symptoms.  It's going to take longer though.  I am becoming slightly more functional but still not able to get back to work.  I'm hoping for further progress with time. 

Of course, I don't know if the vestibular exercises would be right for your situation, but I hope the info might help. 

I was also investigated for POTS / Myocarditis / Cardio type vaccine reactions early on due to symptoms but Cardiologist ruled that out.  And I finally got to see an Immunologist a week ago who is going to do some tests for immune overactivity / autoimmunity.  At this stage though I think I'll probably end up with just the vestibular diagnosis I've already got.   

 


   
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Well I’m 4 months post onset of tinnitus and I’m definitely having a relapse. I was getting better at about the 2.5 month mark but it’s now back to its original worst level. Seems like that’s the latter for people on here. Im getting resigned to the fact that tinnitus will be a permanent injury from these horrid vaccines. Not very many success stories on here about tinnitus being resolved. Maybe it takes more time for the cytokines (or whatever) get cleaned out of the body. Let’s all stick together and get through this as best we can. 


   
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Posted by: @nickpaul
Posted by: @pfizerinjured

@nickpaul , thank you for responding.  What vestibular rehabilitation exercises do you do?  Could you possibly share please?

@pfizerinjured

Excuse the slow reply.  My vestibular physio gave me six core exercises.  1 & 2.  Keep eyes in position and move head, first 180 degrees side to side, then up and down.  3 & 4.  Keep head still and move eyeballs first side to side, then up and down.  5 & 6.  Focus eyes on a target at about eye level (e.g. a cross stuck on a wall), keep the eyes focused on the target while moving head, first side to side, then up and down.  I started the exercises lying down, then progressed through sitting, standing, standing with feet together, standing one foot in front of the other, standing on one leg, and walking.  I also bought a book called The Vertigo Treatment, A Simple Step By Step Guide.  Its author, Bobby Gibbs, posts about his experience of vestibular symptoms and the book somewhere else on this VeDA site.  (I have no affiliation with him or the book).  The exercises in the book are more or less the same exercises as I was given by my physio in principle, with some variations.  I can see some SLOW progress as I've done the exercises, I'm about 3.5 months into doing them, and about 7.5 months since vaccine and onset of dizzy (and other) symptoms.  It's going to take longer though.  I am becoming slightly more functional but still not able to get back to work.  I'm hoping for further progress with time. 

Of course, I don't know if the vestibular exercises would be right for your situation, but I hope the info might help. 

I was also investigated for POTS / Myocarditis / Cardio type vaccine reactions early on due to symptoms but Cardiologist ruled that out.  And I finally got to see an Immunologist a week ago who is going to do some tests for immune overactivity / autoimmunity.  At this stage though I think I'll probably end up with just the vestibular diagnosis I've already got.   

 

Thank you so much.  I appreciate you sharing.  I hope you fully recover very soon.


   
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@floryeo Hi, yes actually I recently discovered that my visual vertigo was a key contributor. A little about me: I got the Pfizer vaccine in April 2021 and developed chronic vertigo three days after. I experience both an internal sensation of movement and external perception of objects moving side to side. After a long road I found an ophthalmologist who gave a name to my visual vertigo: oscillopscia. She informed me that one's vision and one's vestibular system work together as a team. She also said that the medical community has been seeing a lot of weird vertigo after the vaccine and Covid. Apparently it's common for patients to develop vestibular problems after what she called an acute vestibular event (i.e. whatever the vaccine caused). Doing visual therapy has improved my vertigo overall, although I still feel like I'm on a boat over a year later. She recommended I try "yoked prism glasses" in order to expand my peripheral vision. Sharing this info here in case it speaks to your experience. Diagnosing my visual vertigo was a key piece to the puzzle of recovery. 


   
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New pre-print article worth a look. Tagged from Avindra Nath. If you don't know who he is, he is at US NIH and has been investigating post vax for some time. So this would be a publication US doctors would be more inclined to accept as true.

Seems the data supports. Interesting the super heavy skew to females, which I've heard elsewhere as well: this is vastly more a female vs. Male issue both in likelihood to contract and in severity. Also interesting on early treatment with steroids and longer term IVIG results.....

https://www.medrxiv.org/content/10.1101/2022.05.16.22274439v1

 


   
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Posted by: @coco

Hello, for all of you who had covid in the last few months, how did it impact your symptoms in the long term ?

I currently have covid and I feel like my ear pressure and brain fog are back, but I hope they will go away when the virus is gone.

Thank you 

I had covid end of Jan early Feb. My jab symptoms intensified for about a week then subsided back down to a lesser degree pretty quickly. ( I'm suffering from peripheral neuropathy since my jab, it's better now then it was last year summer but still ongoing).


   
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@ashleycuckler I haven't been on here, sorry for the late response! It does get better, I go through relapses, but I still have issues. I kind of thought everything would be gone by now but I have been getting terrible tightness in my head triggered by the smallest of stress. I have great days and then days like today I am in pain. I have neurological issues persisting still. I cannot feel anything when I drink. It feels like my brain receptors aren't working..things feel fuzzy. Im so sorry you are going through this, time shall pass and we shall heal!


   
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