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(@279janka)
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@twitch I took liposomal glutathione, quercetin with vitamin C. I do not know if this helped me or just symptoms went slowly away naturally.


   
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@margaret2022 hey up , I know what you mean with derealization, is like a dreamy feeling and you're thinking whatever is around you is like a real/unreal like a trip sometimes I had that too , I've tried antiinflammatory diet and best what you can get is turmeric and devils claw also mushroom supplement for brain fog I bought one just see link under ; https://pro-hormones.co.uk/products/mushroom-9-advanced-mushroom-nootropic
Just try to find something similar, is all natural this mushroom extract helped me a lot with brain fog , I hope this will help you anyhow, take care

   
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Posted by: @twitch

@margaret2022 Did you get tested for all tickborne infections? I’m praying you!

 

yeah got tested for Lyme and negative and never had the infection 

 


   
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@margaret2022 I know you probably read a lot but just quick look on this article;

https://www.welcometowellness.ca/post/30-ways-to-stimulate-your-vagus-nerve-functions-disorders

Tinnitus is one of Vagus nerve disorders.


   
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@279janka how long did you have symptoms and what shot did you get?


   
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3 months positional vertigo and 6 months heart palpitations. I took Pfizer shot, but only a first dose. 


   
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@apnp23 I think there is definitely a chance it could be FND...but the symptoms are still real and scary..I do find anxiety makes them 10x worse tho....I had 2 pfizer in 2021 (aug)...Acupunture has been helping a little...the DR there feels this is immune related and also mentioned fnd...basically need time and to retrain and reset everything and hope it calms down and leaves our system or at least everything it brought out can go dormant again. It can take years to fully recover.


   
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@apnp23 I think there is definitely a chance it could be FND...but the symptoms are still real and scary..I do find anxiety makes them 10x worse tho....I had 2 pfizer in 2021 (aug)...Acupuncture has been helping a little...the DR there feels this is immune related and also mentioned fnd...basically need time and to retrain and reset everything and hope it calms down and leaves our system or at least everything it brought out can go dormant again. It can take years to fully recover.


   
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Posted by: @kg1986

@apnp23 I think there is definitely a chance it could be FND...but the symptoms are still real and scary..I do find anxiety makes them 10x worse tho....I had 2 pfizer in 2021 (aug)...Acupunture has been helping a little...the DR there feels this is immune related and also mentioned fnd...basically need time and to retrain and reset everything and hope it calms down and leaves our system or at least everything it brought out can go dormant again. It can take years to fully recover.

 

What is FND?

 


   
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@margaret2022 FND Functional Neurological Disorder -  problem with how the brain receives and send signal/information to the rest of the body.


   
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I find as the days come my family thinks I’m okay and tend to forget that I have these hearing sensitivity issues right now as I type my right ear is fluttering my ear drum. What use to happen on my left ear. I am getting worse as the days come where

it may be exposed to loud noises or the dog barking I am so tired of this dog I’ve said it repeatedly we need to get rid of this dog and my husband doesn’t want to he keeps making excuses that our daughter will be traumatized but little does he know shes okay with it she even told me I’ll be sad but she sees what I’m going through for some reason he doesn’t see it. I thought about moving out and getting my own place because of the fear of this dog suddenly barking I am so sick of it and everything this has taken over my life. I know it caused inner ear damage because nothing shows on mri or CT and that’s what can happen from vaccines or viruses. I feel like no one takes me seriously including my husband he was supportive in the beginning now not so much. He doesn’t even answer me when I share how I’m feeling. My world is falling apart slowly before my eyes. So tired of this shit. 


   
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Posted by: @riidiik

@margaret2022 hey up , I know what you mean with derealization, is like a dreamy feeling and you're thinking whatever is around you is like a real/unreal like a trip sometimes I had that too , I've tried antiinflammatory diet and best what you can get is turmeric and devils claw also mushroom supplement for brain fog I bought one just see link under ; https://pro-hormones.co.uk/products/mushroom-9-advanced-mushroom-nootropic
Just try to find something similar, is all natural this mushroom extract helped me a lot with brain fog , I hope this will help you anyhow, take care

yeah I wanna think that derealization is related to my inner ear. How long did you take it for before you saw results 

 


   
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@sarahatch I am so sorry to hear this - I feel the same after two years of on-going symptoms follwoing my first Pfiser jab... Similar symptoms to you and neurologist said it was intracranial hypo tension so  got distracted bythat red herring  for over a year continuing to have my 2nd/3rd s jabs.. none of which prevented me from catching covid a year ago when  all my  original symptoms exploded and were joined by  heart racing, numbness, burning, tingling, head fizzing and cronic fatigue, insomnia .... Things have died down at time, then flared up again few months later... only now, after all this, and friends suggesting it might be vaccs induced, and then reading allthese pages   did I start to think back to the original symptoms  that started soon after my first jab and then I realised I I'd been senton a wild goose chase by the neurologists and  what I had was a major vaccs injury... problem is trying to get them to admit to this now is nigh on impossible!


   
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@chesca17 Hi, yes I am still suffering from nerve pain/burning which comes and goes  but this is more from the covid infection that I got a year ago and was not part of the palat of  my original symptoms from the vaccs - These were  tinitus, blurred/darkening vision, head pressure on the left,  cronic vertigo and cronic fatigue - The bruning, fifizzing, tingling, shooting nerve sensations + crazy heart palpetations, increase in BP, numbness and GI issues all  developed  afterwards with the  infection... Some of this has died down but the burning persists...


   
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@malo hi I’m so sorry you’re still suffering. You mentioned insomnia. Insomnia isn’t mentioned as much in this forum these days  and I’m wondering if you still have sleep issues?


   
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