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I’m convinced that it is a inflammatory reaction that is causing tension like headaches. I’ve been to numerous doctors and scans without much of an explanation for what I’m going through. Just more tests. It not debilitating but it does interfere sometimes with day to day functions. The symptoms also come in ways. There are days I’m almost feeling normal. And other days that just suck. 


   
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I have been following this forum for a couple of months and though I should make an update.
I have occasional Meniere's disease attacks and BPPV for many years now but neither were
anything like the persistent dizziness cloud PDC. Horrible feeling that never let up completely. It was
always there 24/7 and most depressing.
I had my second Moderna shot on March 11th and started feeling the persistent dizzy cloud
on Mrach 20th. It started strong with nausea and vomiting but never made it to the actual spinning
room or sky I get with Meniere's attacks and I never returned to normal. I would have good days
and bad days but it was always there. I have been completely normal now without any dizziness
since May 10th. That would be a duration of about 7 weeks worth of misery and good for about 4
weeks now. Of course I guess it could come back and I will let you all know if this happens.


   
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@burgi how are you my brother has been suffering with blurred vision severe pressure behind both eyes and dizziness 6 days after 2nd Pfizer shot that was 6 weeks ago no change. Had every test imaginable even admitted to hospital for 3 days.  No answers he’s going crazy with anxiety


   
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Posted by: @onaboatfeeling

I was vaccinated w/ Pfizer dose 1 on 4/22

I began exhibiting symptoms 4 days later on 4/26

symptoms: on a boat feeling 24/7 (my symptoms seem very similar to MDDS)

Medical process of elimination:

- MRI & blood work done at the ER (both came back normal)

- prescribed meclizine (made symptoms worse)

- prescribed lorazepam (helps with anxiety but still "dizzy")

- went to ENT and was prescribed prednisone (11 day taper; 30mg 3 days, 20mg 3 days, 10mg 5 days) which had no impact on symptoms

- began vestibular therapy (this has been 2 weeks, no impact on symptoms so far)

 

If anyone has suggestions for supplements or medication that have helped them, that would be greatly appreciated.

 

@onaboatfeeling

My persisting symptoms appear to be identical to yours, except for the initial phase & I was vaccinated with AZ. 

 

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I was vaccinated with AstraZeneca dose 1 on 4/21. Prior to vaccination, lean healthy 40 year old, run/cycle 2-3 times a week, no prior illnesses.

1 day post-vaccine: severe judgement impairment, fatigue, chills - lasted until 3rd day post-vaccination

Day 4-10 post vaccination: brain fog, felt inebriated, low-grade high for the entire period. Sleeplessness with a hangover feeling. Extremely tired but could not really sleep.

Day 11-12: brain fog subsided, everything seemed to normal except for a hint of fatigue

Day 13 onwards to Day 25 - on a boat feeling, some tension on head

Day 25 to current Day 44 (and ongoing) - dizziness, never spinning vertigo, but persistent on a boat feeling. Sometimes feels better, but always returns, lightheadedness. No other symptoms at all.

Medical examinations:

- blood work normal

- GP did tests for BPPV, not that, doesn't seem to be affected by positional movement

- did one session of acupuncture 2 days ago, still dizzy

- still waiting for ENT, neuro appointments (takes forever to get referred to a specialist)

I am also very interested in trying the supplement regimen and am following this forum closely to see what has worked for others. 

 


   
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@dizzyfromvaccine - I'm unable to privately respond to your messages as I have not posted enough. Thank you for the information that you passed on to me. I have been taking the supplements for two days now and definitely feel better! Not pre-vaccinated better but significantly better. At this point, I know that something in this combination of supplements is working. I plan to continue for at least a week. I'm thinking that it might be taking longer because I had all the "head" issues, not just dizziness. I had an initial vertigo episode, ear pressure, sinus pressure, headaches, "floating sensation"...the all around miserable, not normal, inability to focus or function in my life in any meaningful manner side effects. 

Honestly, I was quite fearful about stopping my Claritin D and Ibuprofen (600mg to 800 mg 3x a day for almost two months). Those two medications have given me some relief from my symptoms - at least enough to not be in bed or on the couch constantly. I knew that I could be subjecting myself to three days of misery if the supplements didn't work (it seems to take about three days for the Claritin D and Ibuprofen to get me back to the 70% that they provide me). Happily, my fears have gone unrealized and I've been fine without the meds. I'll post at the end of my week to share how I'm feeling to add to the information that others can read. Thank you, again.

 


   
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@nasu Thank you, I'm definitely trying to be proactive in my fight back to my normal life. I tried to read some medical reports on m1/m2 monocyte issues and glutathione. It correlated with other reports on the effects of vaccines in general and what happens to the cells in our bodies. As glutathione is naturally produced in our bodies and combats free radicals and boosts our immune system, I decided it would be worth the risk. And Quercetin is a natural antihistamine which is a much better choice than the Claritin D that I have been taking.

It is amazing how one little thing that you don't know can completely change your life once you know it. My mom had terrible seasonal allergies for years and tried every antihistamine that she could find but somehow missed Claritin D. One day a coworker offered her one and it changed her life. She calls it her magical pill. I think that will be the case for those of us who have suffered covid vaccine side effects. At least I hope so. I've never had a reaction from a vaccine or have any allergies to any medications to my knowledge. I've never had vestibular issues. I take no medication and have no medical issues other than an allergy to liquid milk. I've read every post on this forum trying to figure out if there is something we all have in common and wishing that there was a public spreadsheet on here where we could each mark answers to lots of questions to see where they might intersect. I was just contacted about my VAERS report for additional information, so hopefully they have their own huge spreadsheet that they're filling in.:-)


   
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Greetings;

I hope this post finds all of you well. I was doing some research online on May 28 and found a very interesting link. I blocked and pasted some information and noted it was on the EudraVigilence EMA (European Medicines Agency) website but only generated a Word file. I did not copy the page, to my deep regret. Now my History says "Link no longer exists   pressat.net" A search engine will not recover it and all the recent publications at EudraVigilence have been deleted:

Can anybody help me recover this information, attached to a reliable source? This chat was one of the hits when I would search "vaccine Ear and labyrinth disorders incl. 3 deaths". Thanks for checking into this for me. I am pleased to find this thread - however sad it is to hear about your pain!

 


Here is the summary data through May 22, 2021.

Total reactions for the experimental mRNA vaccineTozinameran (code BNT162b2,Comirnaty) from BioNTech/ Pfizer: 5,961 deaths and 452,779 injuries to 22/05/2021

  • 13,531   Blood and lymphatic system disorders incl. 59 deaths
  • 9,828     Cardiac disorders incl. 735 deaths
  • 71           Congenital, familial and genetic disorders incl. 4 deaths
  • 5,468     Ear and labyrinth disorders incl. 3 deaths
  • 183        Endocrine disorders
  • 6,266     Eye disorders incl. 14 deaths
  • 41,214   Gastrointestinal disorders incl. 216 deaths
  • 128,031 General disorders and administration site conditions incl. 1,909 deaths
  • 327        Hepatobiliary disorders incl. 27 deaths
  • 4,802     Immune system disorders incl. 31 deaths
  • 13,948   Infections and infestations incl. 648 deaths
  • 4,821     Injury, poisoning and procedural complications incl. 81 deaths
  • 10,374   Investigations incl. 221 deaths
  • 3,354     Metabolism and nutrition disorders incl. 120 deaths
  • 65,326   Musculoskeletal and connective tissue disorders incl. 71 deaths
  • 250        Neoplasms benign, malignant and unspecified (incl cysts and polyps) incl. 15 deaths
  • 81,748   Nervous system disorders incl. 616 deaths
  • 279        Pregnancy, puerperium and perinatal conditions incl. 7 deaths
  • 88           Product issues
  • 7,978     Psychiatric disorders incl. 94 deaths
  • 1,342     Renal and urinary disorders incl. 93 deaths
  • 1,570     Reproductive system and breast disorders incl. 3 deaths
  • 18,597   Respiratory, thoracic and mediastinal disorders incl. 697 deaths
  • 21,101   Skin and subcutaneous tissue disorders incl. 53 deaths
  • 663        Social circumstances incl. 9 deaths
  • 160        Surgical and medical procedures incl. 10 deaths
  • 11,459   Vascular disorders incl. 225 deaths

Total reactions for the experimental mRNA vaccine mRNA-1273(CX-024414) from Moderna: 3,365 deaths and 72,596 injuries to 22/05/2021

  • 1,335     Blood and lymphatic system disorders incl. 22 deaths
  • 2,045     Cardiac disorders incl. 370 deaths
  • 12           Congenital, familial and genetic disorders incl. 2 deaths
  • 718        Ear and labyrinth disorders
  • 37           Endocrine disorders incl. 1 death
  • 997        Eye disorders incl. 4 deaths
  • 6,305     Gastrointestinal disorders incl. 108 deaths
  • 20,774   General disorders and administration site conditions incl. 1,480 deaths
  • 129        Hepatobiliary disorders incl. 8 deaths
  • 691        Immune system disorders incl. 4 deaths
  • 2,392     Infections and infestations incl. 183 deaths
  • 1,292     Injury, poisoning and procedural complications incl. 63 deaths
  • 1,743     Investigations incl. 77 deaths
  • 816        Metabolism and nutrition disorders incl. 64 deaths
  • 9,149     Musculoskeletal and connective tissue disorders incl. 62 deaths
  • 77           Neoplasms benign, malignant and unspecified (incl cysts and polyps) incl. 11 deaths
  • 12,314   Nervous system disorders incl. 339 deaths
  • 83           Pregnancy, puerperium and perinatal conditions
  • 11           Product issues
  • 1,375     Psychiatric disorders incl. 51 deaths
  • 468        Renal and urinary disorders incl. 40 deaths
  • 175        Reproductive system and breast disorders incl. 1 death
  • 3,513     Respiratory, thoracic and mediastinal disorders incl. 306 deaths
  • 3,726     Skin and subcutaneous tissue disorders incl. 23 deaths
  • 259        Social circumstances incl. 9 deaths
  • 235        Surgical and medical procedures incl. 26 deaths
  • 1,925     Vascular disorders

Total reactions for the experimental vaccine AZD1222/VAXZEVRIA (CHADOX1 NCOV-19) from Oxford/ AstraZeneca2,489 deaths and 655,534 injuries to 22/05/2021

  • 7,200     Blood and lymphatic system disorders incl. 100 deaths
  • 9,748     Cardiac disorders incl. 311 deaths
  • 103        Congenital, familial and genetic disorders incl. 2 deaths
  • 6,740     Ear and labyrinth disorders
  • 217        Endocrine disorders incl. 2 deaths
  • 10,591   Eye disorders incl. 8 deaths
  • 69,826   Gastrointestinal disorders incl. 116 deaths
  • 178,037 General disorders and administration site conditions incl. 685 deaths
  • 396        Hepatobiliary disorders incl. 20 deaths
  • 2,409     Immune system disorders incl. 9 deaths
  • 13,832   Infections and infestations incl. 163 deaths
  • 5,870     Injury, poisoning and procedural complications incl. 46 deaths
  • 13,474   Investigations incl. 50 deaths
  • 8,405     Metabolism and nutrition disorders incl. 35 deaths
  • 104,075 Musculoskeletal and connective tissue disorders incl. 25 deaths
  • 222        Neoplasms benign, malignant and unspecified (incl cysts and polyps) incl. 6 deaths
  • 141,437 Nervous system disorders incl. 388 deaths
  • 156        Pregnancy, puerperium and perinatal conditions incl. 3 deaths
  • 76           Product issues
  • 12,272   Psychiatric disorders incl. 21 deaths
  • 2,264     Renal and urinary disorders incl. 20 deaths
  • 3,327     Reproductive system and breast disorders
  • 21,237   Respiratory, thoracic and mediastinal disorders incl. 278 deaths
  • 29,750   Skin and subcutaneous tissue disorders incl. 14 deaths
  • 582        Social circumstances incl. 4 deaths
  • 498        Surgical and medical procedures incl. 15 deaths
  • 12,790   Vascular disorders incl. 168 deaths

Total reactions for the experimental COVID-19 vaccine JANSSEN (AD26.COV2.S) from Johnson & Johnson369 deaths and 15,281 injuries to 22/05/2021

  • 145        Blood and lymphatic system disorders incl. 10 deaths
  • 264        Cardiac disorders incl. 34 deaths
  • 8             Congenital, familial and genetic disorders
  • 77           Ear and labyrinth disorders
  • 5             Endocrine disorders incl. 1 death
  • 191        Eye disorders incl. 2 deaths
  • 1,302     Gastrointestinal disorders incl. 11 deaths
  • 3,619     General disorders and administration site conditions incl. 97 deaths
  • 38           Hepatobiliary disorders incl. 2 deaths
  • 51           Immune system disorders
  • 245        Infections and infestations incl. 8 deaths
  • 209        Injury, poisoning and procedural complications incl. 6 deaths
  • 1,134     Investigations incl. 23 deaths
  • 104        Metabolism and nutrition disorders incl. 10 deaths
  • 2,368     Musculoskeletal and connective tissue disorders incl. 12 deaths
  • 12           Neoplasms benign, malignant and unspecified (incl cysts and polyps)
  • 3,051     Nervous system disorders incl. 48 death
  • 7             Pregnancy, puerperium and perinatal conditions
  • 8             Product issues
  • 181        Psychiatric disorders incl. 3 deaths
  • 69           Renal and urinary disorders incl. 4 deaths
  • 62           Reproductive system and breast disorders
  • 637        Respiratory, thoracic and mediastinal disorders incl. 29 deaths
  • 324        Skin and subcutaneous tissue disorders incl. 1 death
  • 39           Social circumstances incl. 2 deaths
  • 214        Surgical and medical procedures incl. 20 deaths
  • 917        Vascular disorders incl. 46 deaths

 


   
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https://www.medpagetoday.com/infectiousdisease/covid19vaccine/92699

 

sudden hearing loss reported after covid19 vaccine

 

 


   
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Posted by: @sara-yancey

I just found this forum and am so glad!  I've felt so confused and so alone.  All the symptoms everyone mentions; dizziness, vertigo, feeling off, full ear, brain fog, the list goes on and on, have become every day to me.  The only thing is that I didn't start having these symptoms until almost 5 weeks after my 2nd Moderna vaccine. 

When it first hit, it was the worst case of dizziness I've ever had (throughout my almost 60 years, I've had cases of dizziness that I attributed to my allergies and were alleviated easily with allergy meds and sleep).  It got so bad that I couldn't stand up at all and for about 8 hours I threw up every 20 minutes or so.  My husband was finally able to get me to the emergency room and I spent 5 days in the hospital where light, sound and especially electronics threw me into a tailspin.  It's now 2 months later and although the symptoms are much better, they aren't gone.  I feel "normal" for longer periods of time, but as soon as I try to carry on a conversation with someone, go too long without resting, or sit down at the computer, the dizziness/queasiness/full head and ear/disorientation starts back up again.

My question is this: Has anyone else's onset been as long after the 2nd shot as mine?  Am I crazy to think this is related to the vaccine?

I don't know if others have had as long an onset after vaccination, but it would not surprise me at all for it to be related. No, I don't think you're crazy to think so. Your symptoms sound so familiar! Have you been given a category of vestibular problem for a diagnosis by your medical caregivers? I'm sorry you have need to be here, but I'm glad you found this group where we're going through similar things. (And I see you're a teacher; I'm a retired paraeducator.) Welcome, and I wish you increasing health!


   
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Posted by: @seamanga

@thenystagmus Thank you for your response.  I appreciate the words of support. Yes, always in the doctor's office after a bout with Fire Ants.   Even "No-See-Um bugs give me a reaction.  And, as a child I was highly allergic to Poison Ivy.   After that reaction to the Shingrix 2 years ago I am very hesitant. 

Yes, poison ivy has never been my friend, ever since I was dared by my brothers to rub it on my face as a child ...yes, I took the dare and regretted it terribly when I could no longer see for the awful reaction! Every year after that for many years I would get it badly. But I didn't take dares anymore after that! 😂

After getting this Covid vaccine reaction, I read about Shingrix vaccination side effects and realized I would be concerned that I might have an adverse response to it also.

You can bet I'll be looking at the reported side effects of anything and everything much closer now! Especially things that can't be discontinued, yep, like vaccinations!


   
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@hope123 I don't care if I cannot travel I will never have the covid or any vaccine again. I am not the person I was before the pfizer vaccine and if I recover I will never put myself or my boyfriend through this again.  I'm sure there will have to be alternatives to allow travel other than proof of vaccination and if not then I'll stay in UK to holiday. 


   
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@hope123 no way will I take this or any vaccine  ever again. I'll stay in UK if not allowed to travel without proof of vaccination. 


   
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Posted by: @tabby

@thenystagmus  Yes with a bit of luck he's out to graze now with the herd.

That's a really sad and scary story about alzheimers. The funeral I went to was that of my neighbour and she developed alzheimers when she was 99, she died at 101. I once asked her what her secret was for a long healthy life and she said she ate lots of dark chocolate but no fruit. Such a lovely lady.

I'm not depending on luck ...I think I've made it clear to that cow I'm not going anywhere with her anymore and she can just forget about visiting my dreams again! 😆 I know you thought white cows are representative of healing. I think mine represented going for Covid vaccination, therefore she must not have been white. Maybe red, as in stop sign, in my case!

Yes, Alzheimer's is a bewildering thing to go through. We learned far too much about it when my dad went through it. I do like your neighbor's prescription for lots of dark chocolate! So funny ...and no fruit! Pass the candy jar, please!!


   
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Posted by: @rachie

@hope123 I don't care if I cannot travel I will never have the covid or any vaccine again. I am not the person I was before the pfizer vaccine and if I recover I will never put myself or my boyfriend through this again.  I'm sure there will have to be alternatives to allow travel other than proof of vaccination and if not then I'll stay in UK to holiday. 

See, it's quotes like these that make me thankful to have my health and try to face covid without the vaccine.  So torn on whether to get it or not.


   
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@lukenick. I think this is consistent. I too have a few good days and then it comes back again. I just hope the severity goes down over a period of time.


   
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