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 Gail
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@thenystagmus Thankyou! I am glad to still be here! I wasn't really told anything from the drs, I felt like he totally brushed off the idea of my fainting being related to the sudden onset of redness in my arm...basically said my BP was low and acting up, I have had low BP my whole life and have never passed out because of it so it's definitely unexplained for me! I have no answers as to why I passed out! My gut is telling me it's from the vaccine, that's why I went in search for my own answers and found this forum! 


   
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@smileyoer

I am feeling so unwell with all the dizziness, unsteady walking, tight head and sinus, ears, the feeling of disorientation, numbness and pins/ needles in arms legs and feet. I don't think I can take anymore. I've seen Dr's, had paramedics check me over and all  say physically I'm fine except slightly high blood pressure and blood tests showed viral markers slightly raised. I am sitting here crying as want my life back. It has been a living hell since I had the 2nd ofizer vaccine on 6th May. Dr's are no help, have been told its all in my head and to pull myself together.  I feel so desperate right now


   
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@lilu906 I am a 35 year old extremely healthy woman who runs daily (weight 115). I have been dealing with dizziness for 8 weeks now. I did update yesterday and mention the three supplements I took and I am about 60-70% better after 3 days! Will be taking them for at least a week. Liposomal glutathione, quercetin and zinc are what I’m taking daily. 


   
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@saraka this is what I’m taking. I’m taking the recommended dose on the bottles. 


   
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 Coco
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Hi everyone,

I found this forum a few weeks ago and was very happy, as I did not find much on the internet about our symptoms... I'm 29, very healthy otherwise, from France and had the Pfizer vaccine.

I have been having strong brain fog and some kind of dizziness (like I'm a little bit drunk) since I have been vaccinated 3 weeks ago. I'm having a hard time focusing at work and thinking through the fog, and the dizziness is not going away. 

I also tried Zinc, L Glutathion and Quercetin after reading it on this forum and it helped, I believe the symptoms are less intense since I have started. I'm on day 5 and have noticed a change since day 3. But it's still not gone.

As everyone else I'm going to see an ENT and a neurologist, so will keep you posted if they find anything. Already spoke to the neurologist on the phone who said it was probably a reaction of the central nervous system to the vaccine, and had seen a few other persons in my case, who have recovered within "a few weeks". 

I also reported the symptoms to the French equivalent of VAERS, they called me back but had no clue.

Hope everyone gets better and keeps posting treatments that help !


   
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All we can do is just hang in there guess. I have been trying the holistic lately. I've been going to a chiropractor who is into holistic "medication" via vitamins and herbal supplements. I think it may be helping at times, just unsure? But once you start you fear stopping "just to see" if it is working, or just expensive "snake oil" for lack of a better term. Ide like to think it is.  


   
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junior1087
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@elallen17

was this on amazon? Been looking so much stuff , that’s all over 50 ,my local herb store prolly has it , but Amazon fast shipping 


   
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Sarah
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@elallen17 was it something that was prescribed to you by your GP after doing tests? also what was the dosage and how long were you advised to take them for?


   
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(@heatherl351)
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I have not been told I have Meniere's but I do have fullness in the ear, tinnitus and motion sickness for the past 21 years. At the time it started, I saw an ENT back then who did an MRI, CT Scan, hearing test (no loss of hearing) and put tubes in my ears. Nothing has worked so I live with it. I got my first Covid vaccine in April with no issues other than fatigue. My second dose was May first 2021. 3 hours post shot I felt drunk. 24 hrs later fever, 48 hrs later lightheaded/dizzy. I have had 2 subsequent bouts of dizziness where I could not leave the couch  and the lightheadedness had not subsided. I did drive to work although I probably shouldn't have. After finding this forum, I added Vitamin C (1500 mg, slow release) and zinc to the D I was already taking. It helped a little but it was still awfully hard to function. Others on this forum recommended ibuprofen which I cannot take (can't take any OTC NSAIDS. I did find something that I believe has helped. There is an OTC topical pain killer called Voltaren Gel. Disclaimer: I can't find anything that says it is labeled for earaches but you can liberally apply it to joints so I went for it.  I have been putting it on a q-tip and gently applying it into my ears 4x a day for about 10 days. The label says not to use it for more than 21 days so I'll probably go another week and stop. I definitely feel better now than when I started it. Hope this helps someone else but you might want to check with your doctor first. 


   
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(@dizzyfromvaccine)
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no way! Not even considering it. I never want to feel like that again. And if my body reacted that way, im not going to push myself over the edge. I got help the first time but who knows if the same protocol will help again if I push myself too far. Basically - not pushing my luck! 


   
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@elallen17

That’s what helped me but I also took querecitin. Miracle. Seriously. I followed a different protocol that was given to me. Hope you feel better. 


   
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@elallen17

that’s what I took. Totally resolved the dizziness 


   
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@elallen17

 

so funny! Who advised that. Because thats exactly what helped me!  But in different dosage.

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And ppl on the site were berating me for mentioning it. But it’s not common knowledge and it worked! So I felt like I needed to share it. It is over the counter so...


   
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(@saraka)
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@smileyoer gush, I had AstraZeneca and I believe all you guys had pfizar, two different technologies but very similar side effects. I am astonished.


   
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