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 alia
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Therapeutic apheresis (INUSpherese) seems to be useful:

https://youtu.be/PYCbVw_AQSQ

English subtitles are available.


   
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@jwills1 hello have you read about microclots? And the treatment for it? Thinners..even natural supplements such as nattokinase ? And dr Vaughn does testing in his clinic for microclots and treats many patients from Ontario Canada have been to his clinic with tremendous results. There’s a group on Facebook neuro v long haulers. Anyway how are you doing


   
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Posted by: @kmarie18

@ksharky13 Hi. I received your message but can't reply there since I haven't posted enough. I'm glad your doctor took time to talk with you and explain things and that your tests were non-concerning. I really hope your treatment plan helps you out. I'm going to try the L-Theanine for my anxiety too and maybe it will help calm down my hypersensitive nervous system a bit. If I could just get rid of the dizziness I could cope. I had tinnitus going into this and it's definitely more obvious now. I would say the vaccine definitely brought that on. 

Thanks for all of your feedback. If I find something that works, I'll pass it on. Thanks so much and be well.

 

@kmarie18: Hi, I hope you are feeling better.  I wanted to check in to see if you took/are still taking L-theanine.  If yes, did it work for you and did it spike your tinnitus?  I am considering taking it to help with my anxiety, but I understand that it impacts serotonin and it causes a spike in tinnitus for some people.  That is certainly something I am trying to avoid. Any information you can share would be appreciated.  Thanks and take care.

 


   
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 Max
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Yesterday my follow up microscopic blood smear showed no red cell oxygenation and alot of clumping... Explains why have been having muscle pains per the microbiologist.... So i have been put on chlorine dioxide 0.3%..1ml in 200ml of water before bed.. And gradually increase to before breakfast before bed, then get to 10ml in 1 litre divided in 10 hours a day.. Will maybe start with slightly less.. Am i scared yes, very... But am at the end of my tether and guess I'll try it, this is not me anymore no more life.... Can't be that much worse as the damn V.... Will keep all updated.. Last night dont know if it was my brain but i felt as if i could actually breath a bit better than my usual air hunger


   
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@maxdc2 Hi Max, pls keep us posted about this chlorine dioxide treatment. I hope it helps.


   
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For those of us who still frequent this forum, just wanted to provide a link to the article below.  It looks like the issue of the covid vaccines causing tinnitus has finally made it into mainstream reporting and is starting to get the attention needed from the medical/research community.  Hopefully this means that the genie is out of the bottle and can’t be put back.  Let’s hope it gathers momentum and they find the mechanism as to exactly how the vaccines cause tinnitus, which hopefully will lead to effective treatment(s).

https://www.aol.com/news/theories-possible-between-covid-vaccines-090000706.html


   
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 alia
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A new video on Kindred youtube channel, people share their experiences

https://youtu.be/gT2SEjIWhzg


   
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 alia
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Anxiety in LC and ME/CFS

https://youtu.be/-qcUpP9CeG0


   
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Posted by: @sunrise

Anxiety in LC and ME/CFS

https://youtu.be/-qcUpP9CeG0

@sunrise:  Thanks for the last 2 video links.  This place is pretty much a ghost town anymore.  It’s a shame because I’m seeing some information starting to come out where medical/clinical/research professionals are finally acknowledging that some of these adverse reactions are, in fact, directly related to the vaccines (i.e. tinnitus).  Also seeing some information related to potential causes of long-covid, the most recent one being identified as an incorrect immune system response to the virus and not the virus itself.  That probably translates over to some of the symptoms we vaccine-injured people are dealing with.  It’s certainly going to take a long time for any definitive research to be conducted but it’s better than  year ago when everyone was saying “it’s not the vaccine, it’s just your anxiety”.  Take care.

 


   
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Hello all , I'm following this forum for about 2 years all happened after second shot , all mine symptoms matching yours , I've done blood test - clear , MRI scan - clear , stool test - NOT CLEAR , I was infected with H Pylori which attacked my body after vaccine because my immune system was weak , gastrologist put sonda and saw a lot of inflammation on my stomach and esophagus lining, I was prescribed with Amoxicillin, Metronidazole and Omeprazole , I posted before about Lansoprazole and worked really well but 2 weeks after I stop taking it all symptoms back with the revenge and I decided to see gastrologist, at the moment I feel pre vaccine like ;

- Headaches gone 

- Blurry Vision gone 

- vertigo gone 

- Tinnitus gone 

And everything else gone including heart palpitations, my advise is go see gastrologist or do a stool test , I've ask a doctor about H pylori and he said this bacteria can affect any part of our body including neurological symptoms, if you sceptic about it just Google it , H Pylori Neurological or tinnitus symptoms all are linked , when I read some of your posts everyone done all tests excluding a stool one and some of you mentioned that antibiotics give some kind of relief as you know antibiotics killing bacteria only they doesn't work as a painkillers or anti-inflammatory.

Take , care 


   
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 Max
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Posted by: @sweetie

@maxdc2 Hi Max, pls keep us posted about this chlorine dioxide treatment. I hope it helps.

Quick update here, at 1 week of cds... I am seeing quite a big improvement... Will keep posted. 

 


   
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A good news update 22 months after my first and only Pfizer shot I'm going to talk about Tinnitus.

Tinnitus and the Buzz in my ear is still here, but it's very low (I only remember it if I pay very attention) and sometimes the loud Spikes are much less frequent and with much larger spaces. And when they appear they only last for 1 day instead of weeks like before.

Sometimes (very rare that I don't even remember) dizziness happens but it passes in 20 minutes.

Remembering that I took 1 dose only so maybe it takes longer for those who took 2 or more doses.


   
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Posted by: @stars182

A good news update 22 months after my first and only Pfizer shot I'm going to talk about Tinnitus.

Tinnitus and the Buzz in my ear is still here, but it's very low (I only remember it if I pay very attention) and sometimes the loud Spikes are much less frequent and with much larger spaces. And when they appear they only last for 1 day instead of weeks like before.

Sometimes (very rare that I don't even remember) dizziness happens but it passes in 20 minutes.

Remembering that I took 1 dose only so maybe it takes longer for those who took 2 or more doses.

@stars182:  Thank you so much for coming back on this forum to tell your success story.  We get little of that here.  I also got tinnitus from the Moderna booster (after no issues with 2 Pfizer doses).  Onset was January ’21, so I am 15 months into it now.  It wasn’t too bad at first but have had a few spikes over the 15 months and it is now the worst it’s been, with a reactive component that is really frustrating (for the last 4 months).  I also quit taking an SSRI in June ’22 that I had been on for a couple of decades, so I am wondering if that has contributed to my recent spike.

Wondering what drugs/treatments you tried to help with your tinnitus?  How bad was it at its peak and how low is it now?  I am trying desperately to hold onto the possibility that it isn’t permanent but it’s getting harder every day.  It seems that information is starting to come out that it was our immune system’s hyper-reaction to the vaccine that caused many/most of the adverse effects.  Which makes me concerned that it caused long-term issues by damaging cells on our body, like in the auditory system. Stories like yours give us all hope.  Thank you.

 


   
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@maxdc2 thats great to hear


   
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@ksharky13 
I just discovered your thread, and only had time to skim a few of the thousand pages. Do you know if anyone has tried Quietum Plus? My friend is thinking of trying it, but also trying to find out more info first. I've read that you have to be careful to avoid knockoffs (which might not have the same quality and purity) and to get it from the official website. https://www.quietumplusorder.info

I found a video (by Dr Berg) of how tapping the nerve might help, but it didn't help my friend. However, I just noticed in the comments that some people said that if they kept doing it (maybe for a week?) they found relief. Others found that although tapping didn't work, RUBBING the area did. (One person said that wearing a tight cap that put pressure on the nerve helped him).
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3MDO8KB3zjk

And I found a different video on tinnitus (by Dr Berry) that covered things to try, such as a keto diet.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c1otDEozv30

I also came across a case study about a woman who was treated for tinnitus using conventional treatments and found relief, but then experienced a severe recurrence after being vaxed. Doctors in Taiwan were able to help her using magnetic pulse therapy, though they mention that the therapy was not able to help all their patients.
https://academic.oup.com/qjmed/article/115/9/623/6588084?login=false

I just noticed that her doctors in Taiwan had initially tried treating her with Dexamethasone. This medication had caught my eye years ago, as it had been found helpful in treating Covid and there is a connection between Dexamethasone and Vitamin D.  I just googled and found there are articles noting an association between Vit D deficiency and the development of tinnitus. I'm not sure that it means that taking Vit D can fix the tinnitus (it depends on if there is damage), but it might be worth trying. (I would then also take Vitamin K2, as Vit D activates calcium and K2 ensures that the activated calcium goes into strengthening bones. Magnesium is also important to helping the body with Vit D. Mg comes in many forms, and Mg Citrate and Mg Glycinate are much better than Mg Oxide). 
https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/34407088/

Although I agree that some mainstream coverage of the link between the Covid jabs and tinnitus is a step in the right direction, it is sad that so many have suffered this effect because of the mandates. All this mainstream coverage won't help until the CDC acknowledges the side effect--and until it's more widely understood how unbearable tinnitus can be for many people. There is a vaccine advocate in Minnesota who got tinnitus after being vaxed. Hopefully his story can lend weight to the seriousness of the problem.
https://www.medpagetoday.com/special-reports/exclusives/97592

I hope that what I've written might help someone to find a treatment that can provide at least some relief.


   
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