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(@djmatera)
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@rachie where do we go to sign up for the ivermectin?


   
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@kirstymiller  do you have a link for the Joe Rogan podcast please? Sounds like a good interview X


   
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@tabby  yes he prescribed it for vaccine related symptoms. Xi can pm you his details and prices if you like? I'm UK based. 


   
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@tabby  yes he prescribed it for vaccine related symptoms. Xi can pm you his details and prices if you like? I'm UK based. 

Ok, that would be great and thank you for this information. I know how much the consultation fee is, not the cost of the med. Like you, I'm willing to try anything now, I've had enough. I'm sorry you're having a rough day, only send me a pm if you feel up to it, no hurry. Take care.🙏😊


   
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@djmatera I'm UK based and was naturaldoctor.org had to have zoom consultation first. There is a list on FLCC with Dr's who will consult and prescribe ivermectin if suitable for you. I 100% advise you have a proper medical consult and do not attempt to self medicate with ivermectin as dosing, medical history etc needs to be discussed. 


   
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Hi Tabby, I've been scratching my head a bit ...for I thot since your request was for a poem on our behalf, that you'd wish our "Ouch" within

You're going all cryptic on me again, wot do you mean?

Ok, sorry for being too obscure ...well, before getting the vaccine, I imagine I would have considered the poem you found and posted to be pleasant, inspiring ...but considering the road we've traversed since, it seems idyllically incomplete? I read some of the poems on the website you got it from and was disturbed by the wide-eyed urging for universal vaccination ...nary a trace of caution or awareness of damage we've spent so much time lamenting over here. Within the one I offered I tried to embody that pain and dilemma, but I wondered if you rathered the pleasant side of the pandemic portrayed in your quote...?

Oh, so is it provocation you want?? I haven't seen this side of you before. I'm a little bewildered.😏

Ah, you're right! I want to provoke change in the way Covid vaccine side effects are being dealt with, or not! And I've believed I've showed this reaction consistently.

But if you've taken my explanation to mean I wish to provoke you, I don't! And if I've done so, I'm very sorry. 😔

It would be great to win friends, and thereby influence people. But I'm more interested in influencing what is done with the collateral damage these vaccines cause and those presently and in the future suffering it, than I am in preserving friendship by muzzling my wish to expose these injurious effects.

Of course, in that process, I would prefer to continue what friendship I can among the ranks of us presumed injured!

And I, now, I must go to vestibular therapy...


   
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Hi Tabby, I've been scratching my head a bit ...for I thot since your request was for a poem on our behalf, that you'd wish our "Ouch" within

You're going all cryptic on me again, wot do you mean?

Ok, sorry for being too obscure ...well, before getting the vaccine, I imagine I would have considered the poem you found and posted to be pleasant, inspiring ...but considering the road we've traversed since, it seems idyllically incomplete? I read some of the poems on the website you got it from and was disturbed by the wide-eyed urging for universal vaccination ...nary a trace of caution or awareness of damage we've spent so much time lamenting over here. Within the one I offered I tried to embody that pain and dilemma, but I wondered if you rathered the pleasant side of the pandemic portrayed in your quote...?

Oh, so is it provocation you want?? I haven't seen this side of you before. I'm a little bewildered.😏

Ah, you're right! I want to provoke change in the way Covid vaccine side effects are being dealt with, or not! And I've believed I've showed this reaction consistently.

But if you've taken my explanation to mean I wish to provoke you, I don't! And if I've done so, I'm very sorry. 😔

It would be great to win friends, and thereby influence people. But I'm more interested in influencing what is done with the collateral damage these vaccines cause and those presently and in the future suffering it, than I am in preserving friendship by muzzling my wish to expose these injurious effects.

Of course, in that process, I would prefer to continue what friendship I can among the ranks of us presumed injured!

And I, now, I must go to vestibular therapy...

yes, well good luck with that.😊


   
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Hi Tabby, I've been scratching my head a bit ...for I thot since your request was for a poem on our behalf, that you'd wish our "Ouch" within

You're going all cryptic on me again, wot do you mean?

Ok, sorry for being too obscure ...well, before getting the vaccine, I imagine I would have considered the poem you found and posted to be pleasant, inspiring ...but considering the road we've traversed since, it seems idyllically incomplete? I read some of the poems on the website you got it from and was disturbed by the wide-eyed urging for universal vaccination ...nary a trace of caution or awareness of damage we've spent so much time lamenting over here. Within the one I offered I tried to embody that pain and dilemma, but I wondered if you rathered the pleasant side of the pandemic portrayed in your quote...?

Oh, so is it provocation you want?? I haven't seen this side of you before. I'm a little bewildered.😏

Ah, you're right! I want to provoke change in the way Covid vaccine side effects are being dealt with, or not! And I've believed I've showed this reaction consistently.

But if you've taken my explanation to mean I wish to provoke you, I don't! And if I've done so, I'm very sorry. 😔

It would be great to win friends, and thereby influence people. But I'm more interested in influencing what is done with the collateral damage these vaccines cause and those presently and in the future suffering it, than I am in preserving friendship by muzzling my wish to expose these injurious effects.

Of course, in that process, I would prefer to continue what friendship I can among the ranks of us presumed injured!

And I, now, I must go to vestibular therapy...

yes, well good luck with that.😊

Thanks, well I expect I'll need a lot more than just a kiss for luck to be on my jousting way... 🙂😔🙏


   
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@apollo Please let me know what your allergist says. I do believe my allergies could be why my reaction was so severe. Thanks!


   
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@larchie hello! My symptoms of dizziness and brain fog came on 2 days post Astra Zeneca second jab. The main dizziness lasted about one-two weeks and then started to recover from there (it was a very gradual recovery ie. didn't wake up any morning with it completely gone but just slowly started to ease.) I saw an ENT specialist on the third week as the dizziness was still going on (just not as bad) who diagnosed me with vestibular neuritis and said it could take a few more weeks and just to take it easy and go on short walks to get my balance back. I'm now at week 5 post-jab and dizziness is almost completely gone, just feeling very fatigued still. Hope that's at all helpful and wishing your sister a speedy recovery - the horrible dizziness will pass!! x


   
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Has anyone else gotten over the "unusual" side effects - vertigo/dizziness, headaches/heaviness - only for them to return?  I experienced these side effects for almost a month post the 2nd shot.  Then I was fine for about 7 weeks but now the symptoms are returning?


   
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Wanted to do a quick update to my experience and what I've learned so far: 

 

4/16: First Pfizer shot

5/7: Dizziness and other symptoms started

5/21: Tachycardia events started

Today: Going on over two months of on and off symptoms and seeing multiple specialists who provide very vague answers to what's going on. I finally met with a "long covid doctor" which has been the only doctor that made any sense so far. This guy almost wouldn't talk to me because he doesn't deal with patients with vaccine effects. He specifically deals with covid patients but made an exception to talk to me. I told him my story and we went back and forth about what the problem could be. Then he brought up something called dysautonomia which he has seen a lot with long covid. 

 

Dysautonomia causes disruptions in the dysautonomic nervous system which regulates blood pressure, heart rate, and a list of other functions. Anyone can do a Google search and see why this makes sense with all the problems everyone is having here and other forums. The way the doctor explained it to me was like this: Two people have cell phones that are in perfect working condition but when you call each other the connection might be screwed up. That is similar to our bodies and why when we see a specialist they can't find anything wrong. Our organs are working fine (for most of us) but the connections are screwed up. 

 

The good news is for most of us, our bodies will sort things out over time and we will make a full recovery. There are even ways to speed this up. I am not convinced fully that this is a diagnoses but I have scheduled to do testing and still learning about this myself. I have talked to so many doctors that are either incompetent or lazy or simply don't know what to do. This is the ONLY doctor that I've talked to with any experience with long term covid symptoms and I felt very confident, relieved, and comfortable with his response so I thought I'd share it here. 


   
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It looks, that I am not the only one, who got dizzines and balance off and head nerves looks very sensitive. Got 2nd vaccine Pfizer on 18th June and after more than one week still feel these symptomes (especcialy in the evening), while others was gone on third day after vaccine. No one believes me. Took anti-inflammatory medicine a hour ago, cause it seems like nerves inflammation.. hope it will work.


   
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@ivank 

So guys, I watched the entire video that tauniarae sent

Watch "Spike Proteins In Immune Cells - Dr. Bruce Patterson Discusses COVID Long Haul" on YouTube
https://youtu.be/JwjJs5ZHKJI

We will all get better - just a matter of time...some quicker than others...in the meantime, if you contact any of the doctors on the FLCCC site, you will recover in just a matter of days...watch the video, pretty amazing...long haulers suffering from tinnitus recovered in 3 to 5 days...Also, those who are experiencing set backs, they talked about this...It it all part of the healing process...Dr. Bruce Patterson is utterly amazing!!...Just got the NIH to listen to him and read the white papers on his studies...is in the process now of reaching out to the Government to help us/those who are suffering NEEDLESSLY from long haul symptoms...There is light...


   
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@larchie 

She will get better...it's just a matter of time...

https://youtu.be/JwjJs5ZHKJI

 


   
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