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Sassafras
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I felt well enough to drive my son to a medical appointment yesterday, barely. It took every bit of resources I could muster and left me very depleted, continuing into today. This was 10 days after feeling like I'd lapsed to square one after 3+ months of these issues.

During that 10 days I did a second 6-day Medrol taper. Crazy highs and lows and I don't know what's next. It at least bought me some temporary recovery while I wait for MRI next week, which was my ENT's intentions.

But doing the steroid is a difficult ride for me with the pronounced effects it gives me, physically, mentally and emotionally, so I'm not sure I want to do that anymore in the future. Others have said they felt very little effect from steroids, intended therapeutics and/or side effects, but I have a long history of overreacting to influences on my body. In fact, that's why I arrived here! 🤨🙏


   
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Just to add I've been prescribed the ivermectin etc by a medical Dr. There have been some reports of people buying ivermectin to keep in thier medicine cupboards just in case they need it. A medical consultation is needed so you are fully assessed and have Ivermectin prescribed appropriately and at the correct dose. 

It may cost but you are getting  medical expertise to assess if ivermectin is suitable for each individual. 

 

 

 

 


   
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@thenystagmus

It really is a roller-coaster ride both physically and emotionally. Here's to our full recoveries and our celebration sparkly unicorn rides 🦄🦄🦄🦄🦄


   
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Posted by: @rachie

Just to add I've been prescribed the ivermectin etc by a medical Dr. There have been some reports of people buying ivermectin to keep in thier medicine cupboards just in case they need it. A medical consultation is needed so you are fully assessed and have Ivermectin prescribed appropriately and at the correct dose. 

It may cost but you are getting  medical expertise to assess if ivermectin is suitable for each individual. 

Good counsel! And it is out there for veterinary use. Folks, they may be trying to prod us into further contributions to "herd immunity", but I'm still human, last I checked ...so Puleeze, let's not resort to med preparations intended for dumb animals! Their voices may be Moooos, but we've got more sophisticated voices, brains and bodies than that! 😉🙏


   
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@thenystagmus

It really is a roller-coaster ride both physically and emotionally. Here's to our full recoveries and our celebration sparkly unicorn rides 🦄🦄🦄🦄🦄

Whoo-hoo! Ride 'em, Sis! 😄


   
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@rachie thanks but you know what this is like…I’m not holding my breath! Xx


   
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@thenystagmus  exactly I wonder how many people who have stocked up thier medicine cupboards with ivermectin intended for animal use. I don't know if the are exactly the same  drug or if the have added ingredients specifically for animal use. Best to be safe and anyway I don't like the idea of taking ivermectin as a paste meant for horses - even though sister's horse loved the stuff when she used to have it as part of her worming treatment.

 


   
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@thenystagmus I decided to take the test based on the information my doctor provided, he firmly believes that people who had previous Covid infection should think twice before getting the vaccine. The natural immunity beats the one formed by the vaccine. I will be checking if my IgM levels are positive, that will indicate I had a previous Covid infection and recovered/formed antibodies. I know I was very sick in January 2020, which I thought it was just a bad flu(they didn't announce the pandemic yet). IgG marker means that the antibodies are present from either natural immunity(Covid infection) or the vaccine. If the IgM is negative it will mean I never had Covid infection and the positive IgG means antibodies were formed from the vaccine itself. Hope that makes sense. I posted a video recently stating that too much spike protein production is not good for your body, protein gets stored in different parts/organs in our body. When I brought it up to my doctor, he confirmed that it might be the reason we are having all those side effects. 


   
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@ladyd

It is tough going for sure. Little wins and small victories will help. Us win this battle xx


   
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@thenystagmus I decided to take the test based on the information my doctor provided, he firmly believes that people who had previous Covid infection should think twice before getting the vaccine. The natural immunity beats the one formed by the vaccine. I will be checking if my IgM levels are positive, that will indicate I had a previous Covid infection and recovered/formed antibodies. I know I was very sick in January 2020, which I thought it was just a bad flu(they didn't announce the pandemic yet). IgG marker means that the antibodies are present from either natural immunity(Covid infection) or the vaccine. If the IgM is negative it will mean I never had Covid infection and the positive IgG means antibodies were formed from the vaccine itself. Hope that makes sense. I posted a video recently stating that too much spike protein production is not good for your body, protein gets stored in different parts/organs in our body. When I brought it up to my doctor, he confirmed that it might be the reason we are having all those side effects. 

Yes, and I've got links booked marked somewhere about the different information from the IgG and the IgM results. I was thinking that the IgG was indicative of antibody response to past natural infection and the IgG would indicate antibody response to vaccine. I only checked my COVID-19 IgG to try to determine if my viral infection in March 2020 was in fact Covid infection. It was a qualitative test, didn't fall in the range for a positive result, so was negative. I was warned that it may have been so long that my antibodies had waned. There are backup responses also - Tells and other soldiers, so a negative IgG after Covid infection doesn't necessarily mean you don't have adequate defenses. I didn't do the IgM, since I have no intention of submitting to further vaccine.


   
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@thenystagmus Yes, IgM would indicate that we had a previous Covid infection. I am solely doing the test to seek answer why I feel the way I do. If my IgM is positive(I had previous infection and developed natural immunity) what my doctor said will be true. He claims that I overdid it with the vaccine shot since my body already went thought the Covid infection. The more answers I seek the more confident I will feel what is going on with my body. I understand that none of the tests are 100% accurate and all the results need to be taken with a grain of salt. It is still better than nothing.

 

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Hi.. I have found this site while I was searching some links between the vaccine and all the effects I am going through. I am 27, from Italy, and I had my first shot of Pfizer on may 31th. 2 hours later, I was very confused with vertigo and stuffed ears, my temperature on 37º (it lasts since a few days ago, now I hope it is gone).

Since then, I still have dizziness and vertigo and my ears are not as they were before, I never had problems with them in my whole life. Went to the hospital, took a MRI and a CT, negative. The bloodwork all good. 
2 weeks ago, while I was sleeping, my head started to ache terribly in the back and I experienced insomnia for a week. I still feel pressure on my head especially when I am lying on my bed and I don’t sleep so much or well. 
Tomorrow I have an appointment with a ENT, let’s see what he/she thinks. 

I am so scared, I hope it will pass as soon as possibile, I am so so sad and upset. This website is helping me, I feel a little less “alone”. Don’t think I am going to take the second shot. 
Hope you will recover soon. (So sorry for my bad English)


   
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 Ramu
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@rachie So did I.


   
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Hi Jen

I have similar symptoms, disequilibrium and numbness/ buzzing/ pins and needles feeling on my legs feet arms and hands.  Are you feeling better taking those supplements?  I have been taking B-12, Vit  C , Vit D3 Quercetin, Zinc (some days), and Curcumin (some days).  My disequilibrium starts to subside and pin and needles  almost gone, however, I still have some numbness and buzzing feeling mostly on my legs and feet (which is annoying).  I hope your doctor is right regarding inflammation.  I will see a Neurologist in 6 weeks to have EMG tested.  I hope I feels a lot better by then.  


   
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@danb 

Thanks so much for the information...


   
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