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Carol
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@lilu906

i say the same thing! Chanel 4 praises having shot. I wrote in why do they not tell ALL side effects!!! And how some people are so sick. I have been sick since March 26!!! 
they never got back to me.

wondering if channel 22 can do something on air!!!!!


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Carol
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 Channel 12 I mean!


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Sarah
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@carol I am so very sorry to hear that you have been dealing with this for so long. I can't imagine feeling like that. Don't get me wrong it is amazing that this forum is bringing all people together sharing similar experience and trying to find a solution and answers. But I feel like they are missing the big picture, side effects lasting this long should not be normalized! CDC said that vaccinated people can stop wearing masks and social distance indoor and outside! This was done to increase the number of people wanting to get vaccinated, if they would inform us about the long-term side effects after the vaccine people would not want to take it. I understand that Covid is a very serious disease but so are the side effects that go on for week, months at time! I am glad I am not the only one seeing this as a major problem!


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Andy321
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Had my 2nd Moderna vaccine on Friday May 21st.   (1st dose 3 weeks earlier with zero symptoms).

Day after my 2nd dose, I have a 4 to 6 inch rash around the injection site, and I've developed a sort of transient dizziness.

I wish I knew what I could do to help the symptoms or if anyone can say how long their symptoms lasted?


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Sarah
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@carol I am positive that we will not hear anything about long term vaccine side effects until the "herd immunity" is achieved. Very upsetting but true.


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Covid Side Effects
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As an active, healthy 72 year old woman with no health conditions and who takes no medications, I have been researching the Covid-19 vaccines and their short term and long term side effects.  After reading the detailed accounts of people suffering from extended vestibular side effects, I am more convinced than ever that I will not be taking the vaccine.  Of course, now at the end of May, I am feeling so much societal pressure to take it, but your posts are a reminder of the potential side effects, the lack of empathy and understanding in the medical community, the the sense of desperation I can sense through your suffering.  I will continue to wear a double mask for as long as needed.  It will be interesting to watch national number of cases after this Memorial Day weekend as everyone who is vaccinated or pretends to be takes off their masks and interacts as if this pandemic is over.  As someone who has carefully watched over her health for so many decades, I will continue to do so with the mitigation efforts we know work and choose not to be part of the vaccine experiment.  Thank you for your posts and as a prayerful person, I will pray for all of you that recovery will come.  You trusted and you have been hurt.  I'm so sorry that has happened. 


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dragonlover
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@ sarah   I was getting ready to book my appointment for the vaccine but just had a really bad feeling that I couldn't shake.  That said I decided to do some research first.  I am 67/F and have Meniere's disease.  I've already been having a lot of problems with that and was concerned that the vaccine would make it worse.  I went to a Meniere's forum and read that some of those people had bad side effects.  Someone there gave me this link.  What I read here convinced me to not get the vaccine.  In the meantime, I've seen my ENT for the Meniere's so I asked him his opinion.  He told me that it was likely that I would get the bad vestibular effects if I did get the vaccine, that regardless of whether or not I got the vaccine, it was still a risk and up to me to decide which risk I preferred to take.  Needless to say, I will not be getting the vaccine.   I have a friend who also has Meniere's and her doctor advised her not to take the vaccine.

All you can do is do your research and make your decision from there.  As far as I'm concerned, it's criminal that we haven't been told the truth.  Bottom line is, they want to get as many people vaccinated ASAP and are lying to us to get that done.


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Sarah
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@isismadec I am very glad you have done your research before scheduling your vaccine. I am also glad you had a doctor that you were able to consult with. I agree it is criminal for us not to get informed unless we do excessive research ourselves. I always trust my gut feeling, never failed me so far. As much as I believe in science and support getting vaccinated, I will not be proceeding on this at the moment. 


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Sassafras
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Posted by: @lilu906

@carol I am so very sorry to hear that you have been dealing with this for so long. I can't imagine feeling like that. Don't get me wrong it is amazing that this forum is bringing all people together sharing similar experience and trying to find a solution and answers. But I feel like they are missing the big picture, side effects lasting this long should not be normalized! CDC said that vaccinated people can stop wearing masks and social distance indoor and outside! This was done to increase the number of people wanting to get vaccinated, if they would inform us about the long-term side effects after the vaccine people would not want to take it. I understand that Covid is a very serious disease but so are the side effects that go on for week, months at time! I am glad I am not the only one seeing this as a major problem!


Hi Sara, I agree with you on your points, almost without exception. The exception is: I'm not sure what you mean about the big picture being missed here ... please be assured that I do whole-heartedly agree with you that side effects lasting this long should not be normalized. I doubt that anyone here would disagree with you about that. I've written many posts here over the last 12 weeks and a lot of them have had to do with my thoughts and feelings about this whole shebang of adverse affects to Covid vaccines taking place and people not being informed or warned about it. I've also posted a number of links to articles I've found that do discuss Covid vaccine side effects. So, please be assured that these are not viewed as normal, although it's a pity that dealing with them has become a new normal for some of us, at least in our present experience. Also, FYI for your friend, it can be maddening to experience these symptoms wane and spontaneously reoccur for no discernable reason as some of us have.The comfort we glean from ending up together here is partially rooted in the fact that there's hopes that as numbers of those of us affected increase, you'd think that at some point the truth will become glaringly apparent. In your fortunate case, that has happened for you through your friend's unfortunate experience. Ok, I hope I've said enough for you to understand that the intention here is by no means to promote normalization of this. And I hope I've not belabored my point excessively. I'm sorry you've had need to arrive here on your friend's behalf, but consider yourself welcomed ...it's good to have you, and your passionate response here! 😏👍


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T Zen
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@dizzyfromvaccine This is fascinating. Are you still feeling better?


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T Zen
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@ton-fr I also am interested in this thread. Will go get some glutathione tomorrow and probably start on this regimen...


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Carol
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@isismadec

wish I had known  not to get vaccine with Meneres!!! I would have never gotten it. My drs kept saying get shot get shot!!!!!

shame on them and shame on them for not warning people!!!


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Michael K
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@dizzyfromvaccine thanks for sharing this info! I take it t this is an alternative doc because a mainstream doc would not prescribe Ivermectin for that purpose.The FLCCC has been recommending Ivermectin for prevention and treatment of COVID in all 3 stages and has been getting a ton of resistance from the mainstream. Google this:

FLCCC Alliance Statement on the Irregular Actions of Public Health Agencies and the Widespread Disinformation Campaign Against Ivermectin

 

or use the URL if it is allowed on this post

https://covid19criticalcare.com/videos-and-press/flccc-releases/flccc-alliance-statement-on-the-irregular-actions-of-public-health-agencies-and-the-widespread-disinformation-campaign-against-ivermectin/


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dragonlover
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Posted by: @lilu906

@carol I am so very sorry to hear that you have been dealing with this for so long. I can't imagine feeling like that. Don't get me wrong it is amazing that this forum is bringing all people together sharing similar experience and trying to find a solution and answers. But I feel like they are missing the big picture, side effects lasting this long should not be normalized! CDC said that vaccinated people can stop wearing masks and social distance indoor and outside! This was done to increase the number of people wanting to get vaccinated, if they would inform us about the long-term side effects after the vaccine people would not want to take it. I understand that Covid is a very serious disease but so are the side effects that go on for week, months at time! I am glad I am not the only one seeing this as a major problem!

I agree with you but I don't think anyone is normalizing disabling side effects lasting weeks or months.  No one thinks this is OK or normal.  Something is very wrong when a vaccine is causing people to be sick for weeks or months due to side effects.

If this was a vaccine for anything other than covid, and it was causing all these problems in so many people, you can bet that vaccine would have been pulled from use a long time ago.  Apparently they think the lives it may save is worth the injury and suffering of others.


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Dizzyfromvaccine
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@michaelk

yes it’s controversial and I hesitated to say anything about it in a public forum for that reason. I wasn’t going to post at all - but I saw how many people are suffering and figured it would not be easy to find the solution. I got lucky by just happening to ask for help. (Im going to leave the dr out of it). At any rate key help was the liposomal glutothione taken with the zinc and quercitin because I took that consistently. I’m still so grateful every day that it worked because I honestly did not expect it to. But, the situation was so terrible, I had to try. Now everyone has a friend who has dizzy symptoms and wants to know what i took. 

And it’s amazing how many other drs told me to still get the second shot! What? That would be insane. I just hope i didnt do any permanent damage to myself with that vaccine. 

People should read about glutothione before taking it. It’s got some side effects. Especially if you use the spray and are asthmatic. And can kick up acid reflux. But honestly anything was better than that dozzy, rocking feeling in my head. 


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