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Sometimes I think I am getting better but all of a sudden I lose all progress and all my symptoms come back.  June 21st will be my anniversary with the 1st Pz.

The inflammation is so stubborn and it does not stop. Now I have inflamed shoulders and foot. Every now and then my eyes burn with a different kind of pain I've not experienced before. I took antibiotics and it helped a little and now I can use my arms, but still all my muscles start to pulsate when stretched or used heavily.  This pulsation feeling is all over my body.

My blood vessels became so visible sometimes my hands seem to belong to a 90 year old. some of my artilleries especially the ones in my foot have turned red. I dont kow what it means but they were blue before... I live in a constant state of burning pain, pins and needles, sudden jerks, tachycardia , moving pain around my body.... At least my insomnia and tinnutus is now way better. 

I am planning to try a long water fast without any drugs or supplements. I mean at least 7-10 days.  Drbeens video about intermittent fasting maskes sense. He believes that if you dont feed your body then your body and cells should eat all non productive and non-essential cells. I am already living in a continous state of intermittent fasting but unfortunately doing 18 hours of intermittent fasting did not provide any significant progress for me so I want to try longer periods. Actually I've tried 3 days fasting and it did not work too but at that time I took same supplements and coconut oil while fasting.

since no drugs/supplements seems to work for me, my only hope seems to be long fasting but my muscles are already too weak because of continous twitches and pulses. 

I guess I just dont know what to do.

 

 


   
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Posted by: @asanders

Sometimes I think I am getting better but all of a sudden I lose all progress and all my symptoms come back.  June 21st will be my anniversary with the 1st Pz.

The inflammation is so stubborn and it does not stop. Now I have inflamed shoulders and foot. Every now and then my eyes burn with a different kind of pain I've not experienced before. I took antibiotics and it helped a little and now I can use my arms, but still all my muscles start to pulsate when stretched or used heavily.  This pulsation feeling is all over my body.

My blood vessels became so visible sometimes my hands seem to belong to a 90 year old. some of my artilleries especially the ones in my foot have turned red. I dont kow what it means but they were blue before... I live in a constant state of burning pain, pins and needles, sudden jerks, tachycardia , moving pain around my body.... At least my insomnia and tinnutus is now way better. 

I am planning to try a long water fast without any drugs or supplements. I mean at least 7-10 days.  Drbeens video about intermittent fasting maskes sense. He believes that if you dont feed your body then your body and cells should eat all non productive and non-essential cells. I am already living in a continous state of intermittent fasting but unfortunately doing 18 hours of intermittent fasting did not provide any significant progress for me so I want to try longer periods. Actually I've tried 3 days fasting and it did not work too but at that time I took same supplements and coconut oil while fasting.

since no drugs/supplements seems to work for me, my only hope seems to be long fasting but my muscles are already too weak because of continous twitches and pulses. 

I guess I just dont know what to do.

 

 

Sorry you are dealing with prolonged relapses of symptoms and there is still not a clear treatment. That's good some of your symptoms have improved. Many who recover seem to report time as the most important factor, and some say an anti-inflammatory diet may have helped. I could see why you might consider a longer-term fast, as Dr. Been's video made an interesting case for that. Maybe if you tried a longer-term fast, it could be good to have some type of medical supervision by a holistic or other doctor? Maybe you wouldn't want to get too low on certain nutrients.

If you previously thought that in your case plasmapheresis could potentially help, maybe @mike411 who has mentioned INUSpheresis in Germany or Switzerland might have an idea on how that might be arranged?

Hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT) seems to work for some people - not sure how its effects might differ from ozone therapy which you may have mentioned wasn't too helpful.

Hope you have a remission soon and please keep us updated on your approach.


   
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@asanders Also wondered if you may have tried a B complex vitamin (especially if not eating much fish, chicken...), as B12 (and other B vitamins) may be low in some and can be important for nervous system health.


   
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@tarx Dizziness is something I had (BPPV) before the Moderna vaccine, but after the vaccine I had an episode unlike any other - far worse with nausea. What helped me tremendously was vestibular therapy. The therapist told me that unlike in previous episodes where crystals in my inner ear were lodged in either the left or right canal, this time it was in a more difficult region to treat, the horizontal canal. She said she had seen a few other patients who needed treatment following being vaccinated for Covid.  With her treatment, I had an immediate and lasting positive result. The vertigo stopped. I have had some other episodes, but again nothing like the one I had from the Moderna vaccine and they resolved without therapy. I wish you the best and please take care.


   
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@tarx Dizziness is something I had (BPPV) before the Moderna vaccine, but after the vaccine I had an episode unlike any other - far worse with nausea. What helped me tremendously was vestibular therapy. The therapist told me that unlike in previous episodes where crystals in my inner ear were lodged in either the left or right canal, this time it was in a more difficult region to treat, the horizontal canal. She said she had seen a few other patients who needed treatment following being vaccinated for Covid.  With her treatment, I had an immediate and lasting positive result. The vertigo stopped. I have had some other episodes, but again nothing like the one I had from the Moderna vaccine and they resolved without therapy. I wish you the best and please take care.

that's really great.  How did she manage to diagnose that it was due the horizontal canal?

 

I've been thinking more that mine is a nerve issue, not an inner ear issue.  How can one tell


   
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@tarx Dizziness is something I had (BPPV) before the Moderna vaccine, but after the vaccine I had an episode unlike any other - far worse with nausea. What helped me tremendously was vestibular therapy. The therapist told me that unlike in previous episodes where crystals in my inner ear were lodged in either the left or right canal, this time it was in a more difficult region to treat, the horizontal canal. She said she had seen a few other patients who needed treatment following being vaccinated for Covid.  With her treatment, I had an immediate and lasting positive result. The vertigo stopped. I have had some other episodes, but again nothing like the one I had from the Moderna vaccine and they resolved without therapy. I wish you the best and please take care.

that's really great.  How did she manage to diagnose that it was due the horizontal canal?

 

I've been thinking more that mine is a nerve issue, not an inner ear issue.  How can one tell


   
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@nresearcher , have you checked your thyroid (TSH, T3, T4, the 2 antibodies namely thyroglobulin and TPO)?


   
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@pfizerinjured The therapist moved my head in various positions and watches my eye movements. She can assess which canal it is from this procedure. You can ask an ENT doctor to recommend a qualified vestibular therapist. It’s worth trying. My ENT doctor said he has had patients who have vertigo both from the vaccine and Covid. I asked him how the therapy results have been and he said most patients benefit from it. I do worry that vertigo resulting from Covid could be even worse for us than the vaccine. Anyway, please take care and I hope for the best for you.


   
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Posted by: @pfizerinjured

@nresearcher , have you checked your thyroid (TSH, T3, T4, the 2 antibodies namely thyroglobulin and TPO)?

Post above may be meant for @asanders . Thanks.


   
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Posted by: @pfizerinjured

@nresearcher , have you checked your thyroid (TSH, T3, T4, the 2 antibodies namely thyroglobulin and TPO)?

Post above may be meant for @asanders . Thanks.

 

@asanders Also wondered if you may have tried a B complex vitamin (especially if not eating much fish, chicken...), as B12 (and other B vitamins) may be low in some and can be important for nervous system health.

I already have hashimatos so I check them regularly. I believe having hashimatos and being very allergic (which can also be considered as autoimmune disease) caused a chain reaction on my immune system after the vax. What I dont know is if this is an autoimmune disease or just a temporary condition. 

and yes I am taking VitB complex in addition to magnesium and zeolite but unfortunately they dont seems to have any effect at all. 

 


   
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Posted by: @asanders
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@nresearcher , have you checked your thyroid (TSH, T3, T4, the 2 antibodies namely thyroglobulin and TPO)?

Post above may be meant for @asanders . Thanks.

 

@asanders Also wondered if you may have tried a B complex vitamin (especially if not eating much fish, chicken...), as B12 (and other B vitamins) may be low in some and can be important for nervous system health.

I already have hashimatos so I check them regularly. I believe having hashimatos and being very allergic (which can also be considered as autoimmune disease) caused a chain reaction on my immune system after the vax. What I dont know is if this is an autoimmune disease or just a temporary condition. 

and yes I am taking VitB complex in addition to magnesium and zeolite but unfortunately they dont seems to have any effect at all. 

 

Pizza could be a trigger for some due to several pro-inflammatory ingredients (gluten in wheat crust, casein in cheese/other dairy products, tomato (nightshade vegetable), and maybe high salt). Aside from fasting, the AIP diet might help some people identify possible food triggers so they could avoid those foods until the inflammation comes down and symptoms improve.


   
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@philroy Hi,

Hope you are feeling better. What is the link to the video? 
Thanks 

Hi yes I am feeling much better.  Except maybe I have memory issues as I forgot to put the video link…lol

Study and properties of Nigella Satvia for Covid and/or bad injury:

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=SOwa6-EOohI

Hi. I have heard a bit about Nigella Satvia. It does a lot of things. Did you split your dose over the day, or just have it in the morning? Did you start straight away with the high dose? And how long were you taking it before you noticed significant difference in your tingling etc?

 

Also do you mind posting the link to the world council of health detox info. Thank you very much


   
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Posted by: @filipolariu

Any recovery story from creaking, clicking, popping joints sounds? Thank you!

My back and neck used to pop and click so loudly I used to sound like a maraca when I was moving about. This went on for about three months then subsided. My back no longer pops but my neck makes a grinding noise and quiet clicks from time to time but people can no longer hear it.


   
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Posted by: @tarx

9.5 months on and still feeling hurrendous 😢 please if anyone knows how to help the dizziness please reach out to me, I feel constantly like I’ve just come off a really fast spinning fair ground ride! Yano that sicky dizzy feeling, it’s making me so depressed 😭 I have no relief, I just want to be a proper mum to my kids again and to be able to go out without feeling like I’m going to pass out! I can’t see any light at the end of this tunnel everytime I do my symptoms come back and remind me I’m still so unwell 😢 sorry for the rant I’m just so low at the moment x

I'm just wondering if "Kwells" travel sickness tablets could help? I get terrible travel sickness to the point I have to lay down when I'm traveling but Kwells totally stopped the horrible fair ground ride spinning feeling used to always get. They work really rapidly. I now take a tablet twenty minutes before traveling on a plane or boat and I'm totally normal and one tablet lasts hours. Obviously before taking them or anything else please do speak to a doctor or pharmacist to see if they are right for you. They are available from Boots and Lloyds pharmacy in the UK.


   
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