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Tinnitus video

https://youtu.be/3MDO8KB3zjk

 

yeah great video for sure. I tried this in the beginning it only made my tinnitus worse. I think it’s because mine is caused by inflammation. For me I notice when ever I am exposed to loud sounds my hissing gets louder and then followed by pressure behind my ears and sometimes a sore neck on the side that’s sensitive. And my eye starts to feel weird. But when I was on the prednisone these things reduced but not 100%. So right now I am having a relapse due to exposure to a loud sound last Tuesday now it feels like things are tight in my head like pressure but it’s not a headache. What happens is things progressively get worse over a course of a few days. Then it takes a while before I feel relief. Like days to weeks. So I’m not sure what to do. If I go see a doctor I feel like I’m waisting my time. Plus my daughter has covid now she tested positive on Friday. I’m so fearful to get it. I can’t imagine what it would do to me? What if inside my head gets so swollen I die. Or something you know. This vaccine really messed up the way my body responds to sound and probably sickness too. My daughter has been isolating since Thursday evening when she started to feel off. So I’ve been masking up hoping I don’t get it for the life of me. She also developed ringing in her ear a week before she got covid. She just woke up with a sore ear when she swallowed and then a headache and ringing that morning. And it’s been ringing since. Going on 2 weeks Tuesday for her. I blame the vaccine too for her. I’m finding even ppl at their year mark are getting symptoms of something. She got her vac only the first half of her dose early December 2021. She did get a couple of colds this summer and fall and no issues at all. Here I was thinking too ohh since she got half the vax should be out of her system but then that happened. it’s leaving with a bang I guess. 

 


   
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Tinnitus video

https://youtu.be/3MDO8KB3zjk

 

yeah great video for sure. I tried this in the beginning it only made my tinnitus worse. I think it’s because mine is caused by inflammation. For me I notice when ever I am exposed to loud sounds my hissing gets louder and then followed by pressure behind my ears and sometimes a sore neck on the side that’s sensitive. And my eye starts to feel weird. But when I was on the prednisone these things reduced but not 100%. So right now I am having a relapse due to exposure to a loud sound last Tuesday now it feels like things are tight in my head like pressure but it’s not a headache. What happens is things progressively get worse over a course of a few days. Then it takes a while before I feel relief. Like days to weeks. So I’m not sure what to do. If I go see a doctor I feel like I’m waisting my time. Plus my daughter has covid now she tested positive on Friday. I’m so fearful to get it. I can’t imagine what it would do to me? What if inside my head gets so swollen I die. Or something you know. This vaccine really messed up the way my body responds to sound and probably sickness too. My daughter has been isolating since Thursday evening when she started to feel off. So I’ve been masking up hoping I don’t get it for the life of me. She also developed ringing in her ear a week before she got covid. She just woke up with a sore ear when she swallowed and then a headache and ringing that morning. And it’s been ringing since. Going on 2 weeks Tuesday for her. I blame the vaccine too for her. I’m finding even ppl at their year mark are getting symptoms of something. She got her vac only the first half of her dose early December 2021. She did get a couple of colds this summer and fall and no issues at all. Here I was thinking too ohh since she got half the vax should be out of her system but then that happened. it’s leaving with a bang I guess. 

 

I know what you mean, I just had a bad relapse few days ago , started from weird head pressure and I knew is coming , at the moment head pressure gone but eyes not working together also comeback with very weird burning sensation around my stomach , I bought Zeolite will let you know if that is a some kind of help.

Stay strong , weird stuff happening to all of us , is depressing but stress is just making worse .

 


   
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I would like to share some links about the topic of hypercoagulability:

Can Nattokinase Help Break Down 'Microclots'? With Prof Resia Pretorius & Prof Doug Kell

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6q2WS4NuiBQ

Dr. David Berg and Dr. Joseph Brewer  developed a theory in the late 1990s that the symptoms of CFS are caused by one or more active infections that the immune system is unable to effectively fight due to genetic variations related to coagulation.

From https://www.springboard4health.com/notebook/health_hypercoagulation_ill.html

“Interview with David Berg

We first became involved with research in chronic illnesses while we were performing research regarding hypercoagulability - related infertility in women with one of the local infertility specialists here in Phoenix. We found that a hypercoagulable state, presumably due to a coagulation protein defect, existed in many women who were infertile and/or who had recurrent spontaneous abortions. Our colleague Dr. Couvaras observed that when he put women on low dose heparin in order to maintain pregnancy, some with CFS/FM-like symptoms (CFS-Chronic Fatigue Syndrom, FM – Fibromyalgia), pelvic pain, and migraine-like headaches had amelioration of their symptoms. He asked us “Why?” As a result, we performed a retrospective study on 30 of these obstetric patients with chronic illness symptoms, and determined that all had coagulation system activation. As the hypercoagulability was decreased by heparin injections, the chronic illness symptoms diminished. This was the first clue to the connection between coagulation and chronic illnesses.

With our partner and Medical Director and several clinical collaborators, we then designed and conducted a prospective, multi-center, blinded, case control, associative study of non-obstetric CFS/FM patients and controls, with centers in New York, Houston, and Phoenix. When the code was broken, identifying patients and controls, we were able to identify most of the CFS/FM patients based on having two or more positive test results out of the five assays in the ISAC panel. It was the first definitive evidence that, indeed, chronic illnesses have a demonstrable basis in the blood coagulation system.

In November, 1999, Dr. Joe Brewer (an Infectious Disease specialist) and I developed a model of pathogen activation of the immune and coagulation systems. The model proposes that the end result of such pathogen mediated activation is increased blood viscosity due to

1) an underlying coagulation regulatory protein defect, and

2) activation of the coagulation system by the pathogen. 

As the blood viscosity increases, the diminished blood flow creates hypoxia (lack of oxygen) and nutrient deprivation within various areas of the body. 

The model states that coagulation activation generates thrombin, which converts fibrinogen to soluble fibrin monomer (SFM). Soluble fibrin becomes deposited in the micro-circulation (capillaries) as fibrin or fibrinoid-like deposition, blocking oxygen and nutrients transfer to parenchymal tissues. Many pathogens activate the immune system. These include viruses (such as EBV, CMV, HHV6 & others), bacteria (mycoplasma, chlamydia, borrelia, etc), fungi (such as candida), etc. These pathogens are anaerobes, i.e., they live and reproduce in an oxygen deprived cellular matrix or environment. That’s why fibrin deposition becomes important to the survival of the pathogens because it produces decreased oxygen in cells and tissues.

One of the biggest challenges to a clinician is to figure out what pathogens are present in the patient, and therefore the most appropriate therapies against these pathogens. The average CFS/FM patient may have anywhere from one to seven pathogens that need eradication.

In addition to the pathogens that can activate the immune system, metals (e.g. mercury, lead, aluminum), exogenous toxins, chemicals, allergens, physical trauma, vaccinations, and/or biological warfare agents can also activate the immune system. This may lead to secondary infections, which may also trigger coagulation activation. If the coagulation mechanism does not shut down properly, then there is continued thrombin generation and soluble fibrin formation, resulting in increased blood viscosity and decreased blood flow.

In July 2001, at the International Society of Thrombosis and Hemostasis meeting in Paris, we presented data from a retrospective study of over 400 chronically ill patients, 83% had one or more demonstrable coagulation protein defects. Forty percent of the patients had a thrombophilia defect (decreased protein C, decreased protein S, decreased anti-thrombin, APC resistance/factor V Leiden positivity, or increased prothrombin/prothrombin gene mutation positivity). 39% of the patients have defects in the fibrinolytic system (hypofibrinolysis due to elevated lipoprotein (a) - Lp(a) and/or PAI1-plasminogen activator inhibitor-1. 21% of these patients had a defect in both the thrombophilia and hypofibrinolysis marker groups. This means that not only do they form fibrin easily, but also they are compromised in the ability to clean up the fibrin deposition.

The model of reduced blood flow from increased blood viscosity due to activation of coagulation accompanied by a coagulation protein defect gives a scientific basis for a contribution to the pathophysiology of chronic illness. It also gives a measurable or quantifiable, objective aspect to testing the blood of patients with these diseases. It is no longer “all in your head”, but rather in your “blood.” 

From https://www.anapsid.org/cnd/diffdx/hypercoagulation.html

“Research conducted by Dr. David Berg and others at Hemex Laboratories has found hypercoagulation to be a factor in many patients with chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS), fibromyalgia (FM), myofascial pain syndrome (MPS), and other disorders such as osteonecrosis (bone loss due to inadequate blood supply), and fetal loss.

Testing of many patients diagnosed with CFS, FM, MPS shows that the thrombin-SFM-fibrin process is not working properly. Instead of a single burst of thrombin producing the amount of SFM needed, the thrombin keeps being produced at low levels. Instead of clots being formed, however, the result is that blood becomes increasingly thickened. The body's own ability to thin blood and break up clots is impaired because the fibrin smothering the endothelial cells prevents those cells from releasing heparans.

Some of the symptoms associated with hypercoagulation will surprise few with CFS and/or FM: brainfog, cognitive dysfunction, digestion problems, fatigue, and generalize malaise.

Because this hypercoagulability does not result in an immediate thrombosis (100% occlusion), but rather in fibrin deposition (50-95%), Berg, et al. suggest that an appropriate name for this antiphospholipid antibody process would be Immune System Activation of Coagulation (ISAC) syndrome.”

From https://cfsremission.com/2012/12/

“The typical situation for CFS is not a stroke, just choked pipes so the sinks drain slowly.

David:  For some time now, I have been frustrated knowing that the coagulation part is only half of the problem and that one or more pathogens are the other. And that HHV6 has had no know treatment until now. In November, 1999, at the Infectious Disease Annual Meeting in Philadelphia, I saw a poster on HHV6 and spoke with the author, Dr. Joe Brewer of Kansas City. Over a four hour plus dinner meeting, we worked out the model that is being presented now about a basic coagulation or fibrinolysis regulatory protein defect in CFIDS patients as the genetic culprit. Then you add in a pathogen (HHV6, CMV, Mycoplasma, Chlamydia pneumonia, etc, or a combination of several of these pathogens) and the patient goes down hill rapidly into chronic illness due to the pathogen activating the coagulation mechanism. This is due to an immune response as well as inflammatory responses to the pathogen and probably the pathogen itself activating the coagulation system. Anticoagulants (primarily heparin) shut down the Soluble Fibrin generation and fibrin deposition on the Endothelial Cell (EC) surfaces. But unless the patient can get treatment for the pathogen, the healing response can only reach 50% or so. My frustration has been HHV6.

Dr. Brewer told me about a new colostrum derived, highly purified Transfer Factor (TF) that would contain only specific IgG and IgM antibodies against CMV and HHV6.

Kru Heller: What other non prescription treatments can be used for treating thick blood. Aspirin and Bromelain were mentioned above. I have also heard of the use of Vit. E, Garlic, Pycnogenol and Ginko.

KenL: Whey – an Alternative to Transfer Factor? Non-denatured wheys, like Immunopro, appear to function in a manner similar to Transfer factor – but is significantly cheaper.

JamesD.: Coagulable State Fluctuations I notice my blood becomes thicker, I get dizzy and faint more easily, bruise all over, and can’t have blood drawn when I seem to be in an activated state of infection or partial, short relapse condition. Do you see the symptoms of coagulable blood fluctuate with infectious activities in many of your patients. What does such a fluctuation imply?

David: Active infections activate the coagulation mechanism. These relapses are the pathogen’s way of creating an environment that the bug wants, usually an anaerobic environment. So it is natural to have increased SFM which increases blood viscosity and makes it difficult to draw a blood sample. Active infections also cause inflammatory reactions, which again triggers the coagulation mechanism. As the active infection becomes more dormant, there should be less SFM in the plasma. I believe that HHV6 is the biggest player and should be treated accordingly.

Annie: Autonomic Nervous System and hypercoagulable state Is there any connection between multiple systems dysautonomia and hypercoagulable blood?

David: In patients where there is no demonstrable pathogen, there is still a trigger to activate the coagulation mechanism, whether it is stress, trauma, accident, surgery, pregnancy, undetected pathogen, etc. The BASIC PREMISE is that the patient has a genetic protein defect !. People develop blood clots for many unknown reasons.

JJWalker: Hormones and Coagulation. How would the lack of particular homones that patients with M.E. are known to be absent, such as ADH and or Oxytocin, effect blood coagulation.

BERG: I can only answer this question as a general statement. If the blood viscosity goes way up (very low sed rate), then the blood flow throughout the body is greatly decreased. This includes blood flow through the endocrine glands from which the hormones are produced, such as all the publications on the HPA axis and decreased hormone levels. The additional effect seen on the slide is the remarkedly high ROULEUX FORMATION of the RBCs (red blood cells). This looks like a stack of coins, if you can imagine such. Since rouleux formation is NOT normal, it is possible to conclude that the increased SFM is responsible for holding the RBCs together in chains of 3-10 cells long.

Thus, around 5% of the population have bleeding defects (hemophilias, von Willebrand disease, XI defects, etc) and 5% have clotting defects, which can lead to chronic illnesses when the coag system is not controlled properly.

Private: Are there any special considerations for patients who test positive for parasites, yeast and/or Mycoplasma?? (For example, should any of these be treated before treating coagulation problems)

BERG: This is a good question to drive home the idea that the PATHOGEN(S) are half of the problem with coag defects being the other half. Whether the underlying problem is HHV6, CMV, EBV, Chlamydia Pneumonia, Mycoplasma, Rikettsia, Lymes Disease, Candida, etc., the pathogens MUST be treated. ALL of these activate the coag mechanism, because it is part of the host defense mechanism. It is when a patient has a regulatory defect that the disease turns into chronic illness. Anticoagulants (heparin & Coumadin) shut down the ability of the pathogen to generate fibrin. So the pathogen is left in a vulnerable state. Thus combined therapies, anticoagulants, antibiotics, antifungals, transfer factor, Ultraviolet blood irradiation, IV peroxide, and perhaps even IV high dose vitamin C therapy, may all have there place. It is up to the clinician to decide the best therapy.

There are a list of infections associated with CFS. By associated I mean that CFS patients may have infection H, 45% of the time and the general population 5% of the time. Since ALL CFS patients do not have H, then it must not be the cause…. When I compared the list of CFS infections to those associated with APS, they were the same list…. All of the CFS associated infections (EBV,Lyme, Rickettsia, CMV, etc) are known to trigger coagulation. Coagulation that is not fully cleared up because of some inherited coagulation defect … .”

A video with to a doctor who applies the knowledge gained from Dr. Berg's studies:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IsmZI46rRyg

@holt

It is possible that the appearance of dilated and blue veins is due to vasodilation by histamine and blood desaturation by decreasing the speed of blood circulation, due to hyperviscosity.


   
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Interview with Dr. Ann Corson

https://youtu.be/LrlDklKhma4


   
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@sunrise Thank you so much for the information. I haven’t seen her video yet and the pieces are all fitting into place, I really think it’s a high probability that I’m dealing with the hyper viscosity. I have almost all of the symptoms. Funny, on my last blood test, they had trouble getting the blood out.  A friend mentioned reading about the fibrous issues, so it was on my list. I figured at the start there was an oxygen issue as my extremities were loosing sensation. I also had trouble anytime my brain had a high draw. I wasn’t sure if my nervous system was involved because of the zaps to my extremities and the shivering problem. She mentioned those symptoms in the video. I’m  sure that I’m dealing with buildup on the walls. My last blood test showed vitamin deficiencies. I definitely feel like cellular waste is not being removed especially in my head. I had already started the Serrapeptase and have the Nattokinase to try. I was going to start it as soon as I finish my new vitamin and mineral support regime the homeopath put me on. It is really hard to nail down treatments as there is just so many systems that were affected. At least time helped tame some of the big issues and figuring out what my triggers are for reacting. I just wish we had doctors in New Brunswick that are working on this. I’m kind of on my own to figure things out. Thank you again for the information; it was really appreciated. It helps to know I am not alone in figuring this out.


   
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Well my biggest fear happened. I got covid. Tested positive this evening and I keep praying it’s not gonna be bad. I still have. That pressure feeling in my head when I sit up like at the back of my head and my temples and behind my ears it’s like intermittent means it happens on and off. My BP shot up a bit from that like 130’s/90’s which my baseline is in the 115’s /60’s. I wonder if these are normal symptoms of COVID or is my body making my symptoms worse during this covid. Infection. I feel worried I don’t know what tomorrow will bring. Hopefully I don’t gain complications. My co workers says to me I wonder if your symptoms are showing the same side effects from the vaccine. Which would explain the head pressure and the sensitivity to my right ear which only started the other day. I don’t know. I hope for a speedy recovery.


   
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@holt 

I heard the same thing, from someone who works in the hospital, that blood collection was difficult, because the blood was almost clotted.

In order to therapeutically approach coagulation disorders, it is necessary the collaboration of a doctor, because some people have, genetically or from different factors, a coagulation disorder, with a tendency to coagulation or, on the contrary, to bleeding. So it is not the same for everyone, although, in general, hypercoagulability is more common.

Many articles have appeared, which show that among the side effects are coagulation disorders, with hypercoagulation or with a tendency to bleeding or both:

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Vaccine-Induced Immune Thrombotic Thrombocytopenia (VITT)

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK570605/

A case report of acquired hemophilia following COVID-19 vaccine

https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/jth.15291

Antiphospholipid antibodies and risk of post-COVID-19 vaccination thrombophilia: 

https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1359610121000423

Personally, I know a boy who had adverse reactions and, among the lab tests,

anti-cardiolipin antibodies (aCLs) was positive, it was a aPTT elongation, and as a typical sign for hypercoagulability, when he stands up, his feet turn red.

About therapeutic attempts are interesting the pages on the German website about apheresis, where experiences with HELP-apheresis are also told:

https://nebenwirkungen-covid-impfung.org/community/behandlungstheorien-supplemente-spezielle-diaeten-etc/blutwaesche-apherese-immunadsorption/

as well as experiences about the use of supplements or drugs for blood thinning:

https://nebenwirkungen-covid-impfung.org/community/behandlungstheorien-supplemente-spezielle-diaeten-etc/erfahrungen-blutverduenner-gerinnungshemmer/

The results in the use of blood thinning drugs, on the React19 forum, are good:

https://react19.org/treatment-outcomes/

On youtube there is a channel dedicated to the experience with apheresis:

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

On the site about CFS there is a post about the test labs for genetic defects regarding coagulation: “Options for testing for coagulation issues / defects”:

https://cfsremission.com/2018/05/20/post-m-options-for-testing-for-coagulation-issues-defects/


   
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Has anyone here "risked" doing regular post-vaccination physical exercise? Like lift weights, run intensely or play sports? (Volleyball, Football, etc).

I ask this because I alway's liked sports I lifted weights more than 10 years (+pratice sports like football and swimming) but after seeing many sudden deaths in the media and local news I have refrained from exercising ever since (18 months).

It may be my paranoia but rather paranoid than taking a risk. If I was Paranoid about V, I would never have made that mistake, I would be fine today, and I would have avoided all the problems I have.


   
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Has anyone here "risked" doing regular post-vaccination physical exercise? Like lift weights, run intensely or play sports? (Volleyball, Football, etc).

I ask this because I alway's liked sports I lifted weights more than 10 years (+pratice sports like football and swimming) but after seeing many sudden deaths in the media and local news I have refrained from exercising ever since (18 months).

It may be my paranoia but rather paranoid than taking a risk. If I was Paranoid about V, I would never have made that mistake, I would be fine today, and I would have avoided all the problems I have.

I decided to wait a Little bit more even though my pericarditis is gone. I don’t know when I will be mentally strong enough to exercise again.

 

Stay strong!

 

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Has anyone here "risked" doing regular post-vaccination physical exercise? Like lift weights, run intensely or play sports? (Volleyball, Football, etc).

I ask this because I alway's liked sports I lifted weights more than 10 years (+pratice sports like football and swimming) but after seeing many sudden deaths in the media and local news I have refrained from exercising ever since (18 months).

It may be my paranoia but rather paranoid than taking a risk. If I was Paranoid about V, I would never have made that mistake, I would be fine today, and I would have avoided all the problems I have.

I use to run on the treadmill 2-3 times a week…thst one time I went for a walk after all this shit happened I was told start walking exercising etc I was like thinking I ain’t gonna rush it hearing all these ppl dying of heart attacks etc so any way I come home from a walk and then i noticed a tremor in my arms and my legs felt weak like as if I was working out really hard …you know when you work out hard you or muscle get tired…that’s how I felt but only after walking…so I was no not gonna risk it…I’ll just be walking for now no more vigorous exercises..it’s almost a year…it’ll be a year January 10th 2023. 

 


   
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Posted by: @filipolariu

Posted by: @stars182

Has anyone here "risked" doing regular post-vaccination physical exercise? Like lift weights, run intensely or play sports? (Volleyball, Football, etc).

I ask this because I alway's liked sports I lifted weights more than 10 years (+pratice sports like football and swimming) but after seeing many sudden deaths in the media and local news I have refrained from exercising ever since (18 months).

It may be my paranoia but rather paranoid than taking a risk. If I was Paranoid about V, I would never have made that mistake, I would be fine today, and I would have avoided all the problems I have.

I decided to wait a Little bit more even though my pericarditis is gone. I don’t know when I will be mentally strong enough to exercise again.

 

Stay strong!

 

F.

 

 

Apparently I don't have any heart problems. I only felt tachycardia in the 1st week after Jab. After that nothing, no pain or discomfort.

But that's not saying much because I see news of healthy people who took 2 shots and had a heart attack while exercising. So I prefer to be cautious and wait.

 

And I don't think you should exercise (at least now) you having myocarditis, it's dangerous.


   
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Posted by: @margaret2022

Posted by: @stars182

Has anyone here "risked" doing regular post-vaccination physical exercise? Like lift weights, run intensely or play sports? (Volleyball, Football, etc).

I ask this because I alway's liked sports I lifted weights more than 10 years (+pratice sports like football and swimming) but after seeing many sudden deaths in the media and local news I have refrained from exercising ever since (18 months).

It may be my paranoia but rather paranoid than taking a risk. If I was Paranoid about V, I would never have made that mistake, I would be fine today, and I would have avoided all the problems I have.

I use to run on the treadmill 2-3 times a week…thst one time I went for a walk after all this shit happened I was told start walking exercising etc I was like thinking I ain’t gonna rush it hearing all these ppl dying of heart attacks etc so any way I come home from a walk and then i noticed a tremor in my arms and my legs felt weak like as if I was working out really hard …you know when you work out hard you or muscle get tired…that’s how I felt but only after walking…so I was no not gonna risk it…I’ll just be walking for now no more vigorous exercises..it’s almost a year…it’ll be a year January 10th 2023. 

 

 

I agree, and I think that maybe as time goes on maybe we can do heavier exercises. A simple walk helps a lot for now.


   
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A must watch

https://www.oraclefilms.com/safeandeffective

hi how are you doing? I read in your post you had hearing sensitivity how’s that for you now? What have you tried. ?

 


   
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Hi everyone, 

I found this forum 6 weeks ago, when after a virus I started getting parasthesias, body jerks, waking up with numb limbs, nerve pain all over (including teeth, jaw, eyes, throat) random rapid heart beats, and sweating in the night, chest pain, other times I had chills, feeling of being freezing cold with ice all over me, blurred vision, gi issues, increased urination, head pressure, clicking bones, rashes and itchiness! All of these have been intermittent, usually milder through the day, and coming on at night, swapping and changing etc.. The first 2 weeks were incredibly intense and absolutely terrifying, 3 trips to ER, blood tests at doctors too, brain MRI, full spine MRI, all clear. My symptoms tend to ramp up at night, and have definitely improved the last few weeks, still have alot ongoing though, again mainly at the night. I’ve started a program called DNRS which is to do with brain retraining. I’m on a plant based diet, with the exception of chicken and eggs. And I’m taking a multitude of vitamins every morning. 

I’ve seen many doctors, and neuros, and I have been told that I am suffering from something called ‘functional neurological disorder’ apparently it’s triggered by a trauma, virus etc.. and the brain has had enough, everything is working and functioning, but the incorrect signals are being sent, he also described the symptoms like the game Wack a mole, you hit one down and another one pops up. He said it causes all symptoms to do with the nerves all around the head and body, and it’s most definitely something we all recover from, he said it all needs to be reset and restored. So mindfulness, trying not to focus on it, getting the body into rest and digest. I had it bad the first couple of weeks, a lot of my symptoms have disappeared, my temperature has regulated, I don’t get body jerks, numb limbs, the head pressure is just the odd headache now, and my nerve pain has changed and is less, it just feels like little random stings now in random places. Still other ongoing things though.  I have faith. 

I wanted to sign up and post this for others, I will sign off of this now and I’m staying away from forums and Google becasue the mental anguish is harder than the physical anguish sometimes. I wish you all a speedy recovery.

But I wanted to mention what I’ve been told I have, as my symptoms match everyone else’s, if anything I feel have more lol. And I’ve never seen anyone say or come across this disorder anywhere in the last 6 weeks. 

All the best and I hope that everyone has a great Christmas in spite of all this xx 


   
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@cheals1022 Were you having problems being dizzy before the shot?


   
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