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(@isismadec)
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Posted by: @gloriam

I just Googled why Houston nurses refused to get the vaccines (Pfizer, Moderna or J&J) their suit against the Hospital states all three are “experimental” and not approved by the FDA, , but have been approved for emergency use by the FDA. Will be interesting to see how it goes. Maybe we are indeed the “human Guinea pigs” for these pharmaceutical companies. My husband believes they have been totally approved by the FDA so will have to do more research. Does anyone know if they have been approved totally not just for emergency use. 

The vaccines are NOT totally FDA approved.  They are EUA--Emergency Use Authorization, which is not the same as full FDA approval.  It amazes me how many people think they are fully FDA approved.  After what so many have gone through, I hope they don't get full approval, at least not until a lot more work and research is done.  A vaccine shouldn't be causing so  many problems in so many people--not to mention that no one knows what the long term effects might be.


   
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@isismadec

Exactly, but...money talks. Big Pharma doesn’t have the best reputation and a huge problem is the alternative. We are all between a rock and a hard spot trying to do the best thing for family and friends and not adding to vaccine hesitancy, but...


   
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@yaoe50

 Thank you so much for this positve post. It really dies mean so much to me. Long may you be symptom free x


   
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@dizzyyogini

feeling better, but that’s a relative term. Lm three months in since second Pfizer.  Don’t feel normal and like you and I’m sure everyone on this forum feel that we don’t want this to be long term. Can’t look up or down without getting dizzy, tinnitus still terrible, fatigue making me sleep 10 to 12 hours a night and I’m still tired plus have to nap most days or just feel drugged due to brain fog. Feel like a drunk when I walk as my balance is totally off. Not back to normal by any means and can hardly stand it. I also need to hear from people who have beat all side effects and how long it took. Thanks. May this be short term and may we all get back to our normal selves!!! 


   
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@yaoe50 thank you so much for sharing . I have been so worried that this won’t go. Thank you for letting us know there is hope 


   
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@hallen4496

My symptoms were from the 2nd dose of Moderna, so I can't say...


   
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@dizzyyogini

Link below for detoxifying after a vaccine...someone on this forum sent to us and I saved it.  Below is a recipe for a drink for a drink.  I am going out this weekend for the ingredients...drink it all day, everyday!

Gallon Jar

spring water or distilled water

unsweetened, organic cranberry juice (not concentrated)

3 fresh lemons (organic if you can find them) - organic bottled lemon juice will work too

liquid stivia (powdered if you can't find liquid)

liquid cayenne (powdered if you can't find liquid)

Article also provides supplements for detoxifying...And states, have a BIG green leafy salad every day.  Provides which vegetable to put in it as well

https://www.organiclifestylemagazine.com/issue/17-how-to-detoxify-and-heal-from-vaccinations-for-adults-and-children

 

 


   
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@gingerjones thank you so much . I will have a look 


   
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(@elallen17)
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Is anyone 100% better without taking any supplements?? If so how long did your symptoms last?


   
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@johnson2021im on 4th week with constant dizzyness, head pressure and headaches and trips to and from the hospital and many tests done 


   
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@hallen4496 I don’t think I will take 2nd. I had the first Astra Zeneca jab 4 weeks ago and I still have severe symptoms and been off work for so long now 


   
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Posted by: @thenystagmus
 
Today I get to go back to my PCP office to talk more about my ongoing issues, especially after an assistant from the ENT office tried to dismiss me to therapy without diagnosis, prognosis, or even inquiring how I've been over the last month. They were fine with just generally letting me know over the phone that my testing showed "vestibular dysfunction". (I could have come up with that diagnosis on my own!) Thinking about seeing a neurotologist in my city. I'm trying to decide if it's even worth my time and money to go back to this ENT after being so summarily dealt with, but I probably will next week, even if it's just to ask for my test results, including a puzzling audiology test result.

Interesting day... My family medicine PA did not hesitate to schedule an MRI with contrast of my IAC (internal auditory canal) when I shared that I understand that is warranted by my particular group of symptoms. This is to rule out an acoustic neuroma, the incidence being reported no higher than 1 of 500.

I had been advised to see a neurotologist, but although there is one in my city, my restrictive HMO insurance network has none. So, a few of my symptoms can be addressed by an ENT and for the rest I would need to see a neurologist. I haven't started to try to find a neurologist that specializes in vestibular dysfunction plus facial sensory nerve issues. That helps me understand why the ENT I saw was ready to just send me on my way to vestibular therapy. I still don't understand why they didn't tell me they weren't going to address some of my issues. I will go back to that office for an appointment next week to ask questions and I may collect my records to take to another ENT. I plan to get my MRI results and research to see if there's any neurologist in my insurance network that will be qualified to advise me. Gee, I learned a lot today ...more than I ever wanted to know, but when you have a need - it's good to know!


   
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@skazzo Schedule with an ENT, they may give you medication for vertigo, some found relief with supplements: C, D, etc. Lots of water and avoid caffeine. Look up labyrinthitis/neuritis


   
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@dizzyfromvaccine I've returned to the forum after taking Glutathione and Quercetin for a week and I'm back to normal except for my stamina after being sedentary for two months! I can't thank you enough for posting your doctor's suggestion! I know you were only dealing with dizziness but I had the brain fog, headaches, stiff neck, eye/ear/head pressure and think that is why it took me a week to feel better unlike your two days. I bought liquid Liposomal Glutathione and Quercetin Phytosome on Amazon. I took 2 teaspoons of Glutathione 3x a day with Liposomal Vitamin C and 1 Quercetin pill 3x a day with 1 Zinc (only 1 in the morning). I reduced the Glutathione to 1 teaspoon 2x a day after the fifth day as the recommended daily dose on the bottle is for 1 teaspoon a day and I was taking 6 times that. Shortly, I'll reduce it to the 1 teaspoon a day and plan to take it indefinitely. It was quite a task for me to remember to schedule meals around the Glutathione which needs to be taken on an empty stomach and then no food for 40 minutes after and then the Quercetin with a meal. 

I did do a lot of research on the supplements as I'm like your husband and feel that most supplements are not taken in ways that are available to your body which is why I bought the type of supplements that I did with corresponding supplements that support them. I also searched "m1/m2 monocytes mrna vaccine" and "m1/m2 monocytes Glutathione" to read a lot of articles on those topics. Glutathione is a detoxifier and anti-inflammatory that is produced in your body. Quercetin is an antioxidant and natural anti-inflammatory/antihistamine that has worked wonderfully in place of my Claritin D. I was really wowed by what I read on Glutathione and shared the information with family and friends who all plan to start taking it.

For anyone reading that is curious about my previous posts, click on my username and then click on activity on my page. While I have been reading that some have gotten better through time, I know for a fact that this wasn't the case for me. Last week before I received the supplements, I decided to see how I would feel without my Claritin D and Ibuprofen which had been keeping me at a "new" normal of about 70% for about 6 weeks. Without it, I was plunged back to my initial two weeks of misery before finding the combo that helped some. So, after eight weeks from my initial episode of vertigo, I felt exactly the same without my meds. While we are all dealing with different side effects and started with different states of health, I have always felt that my issues were rooted in inflammation and allergy reactions to the vaccine. 

Dizzyfromvaccine, I wish I could kiss your doctor, my husband wishes he could kiss your doctor, my kids wish they could kiss your doctor, as well as the rest of my family! I'd give your husband a hug too because his encouraging you to post in case one person could be helped included me!

I have so appreciated this forum and everyone that has been contributing to it - for the commiserating, tips, advice, rants, and encouragement. I will come back to post if I need to update anything but please feel free to message me if you have a question.

 


   
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@thenystagmus H Sassafras, just typed a message and I lost Internet connection so  it disappeared. I hope you're feeling better now after your outing at the hospital. Just been reading your post about you not being able to see a neuratologist because there isn't one in your insurance network. That must be so annoying when there is one in your area. Hopefully your next neurologist will be more helpful. I suppose the only way to see the neuratologist would be to go privately and that would undoubtedly cost an arm and a leg. It all seems so unfair when we highly suspect that the vaccine is the cause of these symptoms. I admire your energy and determination. I hope your symptoms will improve and you won't have the need to worry about seeing doctors or specialists. 


   
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