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@ksharky13 Hi, when did you stop your SSRI i stopped one in march after 8 years of use and got a lot of symptoms that i first thought were related to withdrawal, but then i found this forum and since my moderna booster was end of january realised that it was more probable that they are due to the booster


   
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Posted by: @margaret2022
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Hopefully Dr. Poland will bring more attention to tinnitus after vaccination as he experienced it.

https://www.msn.com/en-us/health/medical/study-tinnitus-is-widespread-deserves-more-attention-from-researchers/ar-AA10s52g?pc=U531&cvid=b3d8bbe4c75946c09d8e8060d9e1ad83

That’s what I said but why does it have to take a professional practitioner to be in the same boat as us. Just as Justin beiber is another one i thought that would shed some light to the issue. But he’s back on stage I’m sure he had his own personal physician that treated him with steroids. Lucky him. He seems to be much better. I wonder if that’s all we need is a course treatment of prednisone but I read on here that not all people responded well to it. There was one lady that was on it for 8 weeks and her symptoms completely gone. It’s like posts in the 700 -800’s. I also seen fasting is another way to get rid of toxins fast. anyway I hope everyone is having a good day. 

When you are a celebrity and money is no object you seem to recover quicker, funny that. Ashton Kutcher, Justin Bieber, hailey beiber, Kendall Jenner, the list continues to grow. I wouldn’t wish this upon my worst enemy but let’s hope more and more celebrities and politicians get it so the rest of us can benefit from treatments that’ll be pushed forward.  

The thing about steroids is that they only suppress and don’t treat. When you take them, your body stops producing cortisol which is why you have to taper off them gradually however when you do eventually stop, your body can go into over drive and your original symptoms can reappear with a vengeance. I’ve had prednisone sitting in my draw for months and I’m yet to conjure up the courage to take it. It may help for the short term but the other known side effects are extremely off putting. 


   
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Posted by: @jwills1
Posted by: @margaret2022
Posted by: @nresearcher

Hopefully Dr. Poland will bring more attention to tinnitus after vaccination as he experienced it.

https://www.msn.com/en-us/health/medical/study-tinnitus-is-widespread-deserves-more-attention-from-researchers/ar-AA10s52g?pc=U531&cvid=b3d8bbe4c75946c09d8e8060d9e1ad83

That’s what I said but why does it have to take a professional practitioner to be in the same boat as us. Just as Justin beiber is another one i thought that would shed some light to the issue. But he’s back on stage I’m sure he had his own personal physician that treated him with steroids. Lucky him. He seems to be much better. I wonder if that’s all we need is a course treatment of prednisone but I read on here that not all people responded well to it. There was one lady that was on it for 8 weeks and her symptoms completely gone. It’s like posts in the 700 -800’s. I also seen fasting is another way to get rid of toxins fast. anyway I hope everyone is having a good day. 

When you are a celebrity and money is no object you seem to recover quicker, funny that. Ashton Kutcher, Justin Bieber, hailey beiber, Kendall Jenner, the list continues to grow. I wouldn’t wish this upon my worst enemy but let’s hope more and more celebrities and politicians get it so the rest of us can benefit from treatments that’ll be pushed forward.  

The thing about steroids is that they only suppress and don’t treat. When you take them, your body stops producing cortisol which is why you have to taper off them gradually however when you do eventually stop, your body can go into over drive and your original symptoms can reappear with a vengeance. I’ve had prednisone sitting in my draw for months and I’m yet to conjure up the courage to take it. It may help for the short term but the other known side effects are extremely off putting. 

I honestly think I have what Ashton kutcher had. And I don’t know if he received a form of vaccine or was part

of the trial but it sounds like the same symptoms.

 

oh gawd I’m having a bad day my symptoms are far more worse then they ever were and I’m at work and everything is so loud making me dizzy. I’m out of sick days but if I work a full 3 weeks my sick days will refill 


   
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@pepms i did have terrible nerve pains at the forehead, hands. I then tried accupressure, used to apply sandalwood powder paste n that used to give me slight relief. Even coconut oil helped a bit. For nerve pains my yoga instructor had told me to try vayu mudra. I dont know exactly what helped, but i rarely get nerve pains now. 


   
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Posted by: @heybro

UPDATE:

My friend who had serious nerve tremors and muscle spasms just completed his fifth month of IVIG.  He is almost his old self again.

The theory is that the IVIG is clearing out antibodies that his body made to fight the spike protein.  These antibodies were attacking his own body (autoimmune) and the IVIG is clearing those antibodies out so nothing is attacking him anymore.

 

How is your friend doing now? Did he get a covid antibody test done before and after the course of treatment? If so, what were the numbers like? Thank you


   
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@thenystagmus I decided to take the test based on the information my doctor provided, he firmly believes that people who had previous Covid infection should think twice before getting the vaccine. The natural immunity beats the one formed by the vaccine. I will be checking if my IgM levels are positive, that will indicate I had a previous Covid infection and recovered/formed antibodies. I know I was very sick in January 2020, which I thought it was just a bad flu(they didn't announce the pandemic yet). IgG marker means that the antibodies are present from either natural immunity(Covid infection) or the vaccine. If the IgM is negative it will mean I never had Covid infection and the positive IgG means antibodies were formed from the vaccine itself. Hope that makes sense. I posted a video recently stating that too much spike protein production is not good for your body, protein gets stored in different parts/organs in our body. When I brought it up to my doctor, he confirmed that it might be the reason we are having all those side effects. 

Yes, and I've got links booked marked somewhere about the different information from the IgG and the IgM results. I was thinking that the IgG was indicative of antibody response to past natural infection and the IgG would indicate antibody response to vaccine. I only checked my COVID-19 IgG to try to determine if my viral infection in March 2020 was in fact Covid infection. It was a qualitative test, didn't fall in the range for a positive result, so was negative. I was warned that it may have been so long that my antibodies had waned. There are backup responses also - Tells and other soldiers, so a negative IgG after Covid infection doesn't necessarily mean you don't have adequate defenses. I didn't do the IgM, since I have no intention of submitting to further vaccine.

How do you request these tests? Like IgM, and IgG etc. Is it a more detailed covid 19 blood test you asked for? I think we can only do a standard test here.... any guidance would be very much appreciated. 


   
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@mike411 I am going to do the Incell DX test and the celltrend.de tests. I have a question for you--will a lab do the celltrend test without a doctor's order? I'm a little confused about this. Also, about the INUSphereses, I was initially interested in this too, but then I read that the antibody removing filters process also involves replacing one's albumin with other "human" (!) albumin, which can cause some super strong reactions. Is there another way to remove the antibodies without adding foreign albumin?

In Us, the national labs like LabCorp and Quest will not draw blood for external labs but there are other options. The labs IncellDX use to run the tests, recommend AnyLabTestNow.com which has offices around the US. You can use them also to draw blood for CellTrend. That's what I did. Had both drawn at same time there. Other option is mobile phlebotomist. You just google for "mobile phlebotomist near me" and see who is around. They will come to your house to draw blood for you or sometimes they also have an office you can go to as well.

Whether Apheresis requires replacement plasma/proteins, depends on the type. Plasmapheresis replaces the separated and removed plasma with albumin or similar and there can be reactions in some cases. INUSpheresis does not do this as it is not removing plasma. Whether it removes antibodies depends on the filter screens being used. That said, there are some inherent risk with any Apheresis as they are removing your blood, filtering and reintroducing. There is a remote risk of infection for example from this process; but with a well recognized clinic, that is quite rare. Generally, it requires 2 treatments the first week and ideally repeat in a few months. But you get a good idea if its going to work within the first few weeks. If there is active stimulation to produce more antibodies, the immune system can just replace with more. That's always a risk with these procedures that that will occur. 

Hi. I just want to clarify your last comment. "If there is active stimulation to produce more antibodies, the immune system can just replace with more". So this means that one could filter out the antibodies, but the immune system could later replace the antibodies meaning no effect on one's symptoms.  I suppose one would only know if the immune system produces more about 2-3 weeks after initial course.

Do you know of anyone who has had success treatment re IVIG, Apheresis, INUSpheresis, or plasmapheresis?


   
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@jwills1 When do you start your INUSpheresis treatment? I hope it does well. Do you mind sharing what their treatment plan is...for example how many sessions over what period of time? Have you heard of anyone else receiving treatment with a successful outcome? Many thanks!!


   
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Posted by: @pepms

@sweetie a month ago i measured my antibody levels and was 8600, I have tachycardia symptoms and nerve symptoms, like shooting pains, feeling of being poked with a needle, and tingling, do you have that too? i plan to test mine again soon to see how they are decreasing, my moderna booster was end of january

Have you caught covid virus at all? If so, are they able to discern the difference in antibodies...like ftom the virus and jab? Apparently there is a way, but it might not be publicly available. Yes it would be interesting to see if your antibodies go down. 


   
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Posted by: @sweetie

I have crossed a years time, still sick & my antibody levels are 4500. Just wanted to know if this antibody level is the cause of all my problems? I am suffering from migraine attacks, hyperacusis, light sensitivity, smell sensitivity, fatigue, nerve pains etc. 

Hi. I am sorry to hear about your experience. Did you get any antibody tests done earlier to see if they went down at all? Can I ask how many shots did you receive? Have you caught Covid-19 at all? If so, in your country can the tell the difference between covid virus and vaccine antibodies? Thank you.


   
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@buzzgirl the test I took measured two types of antibodies one was from infection supposedly and the other from vaccination, in the infection I was negative and the 8600 was from vaccine , I’m going to try to take another one in the weekend or next week to see the change , my test was June 25 I too have the curiosity to see if they are declining or increasing, that would be an interesting parameter to ask a doctor about


   
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@buzzgirl also feel free to dm me if you want to , it’s hard keeping track of both forums 


   
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@buzzgirl I just did the antibody test now after a years time. I regret for not doing the antibody test earlier, atleast that would have helped me to compare the numbers. I had 2 shots, tht was a year ago n m still suffering. Though i have few weeks where am better, but then i always have this relapses which knocks me down


   
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Has anyone come across ppl suffering from dementia after their jabs? 


   
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Dr. Been reinterviewed Shaun Barcavage, who had a vaccine injury and recently published a paper:

"Post-COVID-19 Vaccine Small-Fiber Neuropathy and Tinnitus Treated with Plasma Exchange"

https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/mus.27696

Here is a link to the interview:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TCkqz3kzf4s


   
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