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Posted by: @thenystagmus
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Just a thought but maybe you can pen a poem on our behalf, you have a way with words lol.😁 

Ok, this is a hastey pastry, but it may fit the bill ... actually, you may even find it tastey!

I'm not wanting to belabor you with this, but I misspelled a word in this (which gave a different meaning) the first time I sent it out. So, this is a corrected copy. If you find it useful, you're welcome to it. I've begun to share it in various places across the web, so you may come across it somewhere else someday. It is under my pen.name, Firebrand.

Just FYI, I've shared my age and general location here, but although I'm one of the two basis genders we commonly know (so you have a 50/50 chance of guessing), only one person that I've private messaged knows which. You'd have to pry my warrior helmet off to figure that out, and if I were you, I wouldn't try that! 😉

Thank you. You didn't say you were the author the first time round. Your poem is an apt depiction of the situation we are in. As for your gender, well that's your business not mine. Good wishes being sent for your upcoming tests.🙏😊


   
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@sectormore Are the migraine diet and supplements helping? I cannot deal with this tinnitus any more!!


   
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Posted by: @rachie

Hi everyone

I was hoping to be able to update you on my ivermectin journey but have now decided to leave the forum.

 I have not yet received my ivermectin so cannot update you of any progress. 

I was informed during my consultation with a GMC registered private doctor of all drug interactions with ivermectin and had a full medical history taken so have not taken this decision lightly. 

I have been very unwell since my 2nd pfizer vaccine shot and have had many tests, many medications which have not worked so this is my choice to try ivermectin. 

I'm sorry that I will not be updating you on my progress be that good or otherwise but I am finding some of the links posted upsetting and have chosen not to read them. 

I am finding some posts and aspects of this forum no longer helpful or supportive so have made a decision to no longer participate in it. 

I wish you all a speedy recovery whichever path you choose to aid that recovery. X

 

Hi Rachie,

I think I know what you mean. I have valued many supportive posts here but when does a good thing stop being a good thing? This is what I am asking myself right now. I do sincerely hope the ivermectin works for you, I am going to try it too. Sending best wishes for a fast recovery. xxx🙏😊


   
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Hi,

Here are some side effects to COVID-19 vaccines have mostly been mild to moderate and short-lasting. They include:

  • fever
  • fatigue
  • headache
  • muscle pain
  • chills
  • diarrhoea
  • pain at the injection site

The chances of any of these side effects following vaccination differ according to the specific COVID-19 vaccine.

Expressive Therapy For Depression

 


   
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@emmastath 

Hello, after receiving the first dose of the moderna vaccine I immediately had a black floater in my right eye for two days. Then a white jelly like Shadow appears in the right eye in the bottom corner. It's absolutely too coincidental that this could be something else that occurred exactly when I received that damn vaccination. I wish I would have never gotten it!


   
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Posted by: @tabby

Thank you. You didn't say you were the author the first time round. Your poem is an apt depiction of the situation we are in. As for your gender, well that's your business not mine. Good wishes being sent for your upcoming tests.🙏😊

Yes, I see now I didn't, sorry for the muddle. I'd not tried to do that on request before and wondered if you'd estimated I'd flopped with my attempt to fill your request. The gender business, is only in response to a family member of mine wishing safety for me, wanting some anonymity preserved although so public.

Good wishes? Oh yes, thank you! ...and for you also, as we all sort and scramble for the best individual response we can perceive to make in the midst of this difficult predicament! 😏🙏


   
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I'm glad I found this page. The symptoms you are all feeling are the same as mine. Right now, tinnitus is probably my worse symptom.

I received my second shot of Moderna May 4th. No side effects from first, and didn't feel much after second until after Memorial Day (May 31st).

First week of symptoms: Major dizziness and some headaches. I went to Urgent care after a week and all they focused on was my BP was high. So they sent me to a cardiologist who did all the test (stress test, EKG, Echo..) and checked out well and my Blood Pressure was normal.

Second week (6/14): Dizziness subsided but one sided headaches and eye pain on left side was happening. My General Practitioner doctor wants to do an MRI to rule things out. That hasn't happened yet because they are taking forever to schedule it.

As of today (6/29): Tinnitus started up over the last couple of weeks and is the worst symptom right now. The headaches and eye pain are still present but not as bad. Stress tend to make things worse I've notice. If I'm talking a lot or in meeting at work.

MRI scheduled for 7/8, I have insurance but the amount it's still costing me to meet deductibles and co-pay is really adding up with all these test.

I'm now convinced this is related to the vaccine, too may similar posts here.

I would love to hear back from anyone who had these symptoms months ago and tell me if they subsided on their own or not.


   
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Posted by: @reloader1

UPDATE: Six weeks have past since first Moderna shot. April 6 th go for MRI on Brain and nervous system. Still dizzy, headaches, ringing in ears. My great Doctor says it is not Vertigo. Could be a lesion.  Maybe will find some answer. But hey, I'm looking at the bright side. I am still alive after that 1st dose. To hell with the second one. Guess I was just an unlucky one.

Do you have any update from your April 1st post? Are your symptoms still present and how did MRI check out?


   
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@markm 

It is too bad you had a lousy experience with the FLCCC doctor...and you are right, keep your politics and religion out of medicine...It sounds like the Dr. from the long haul clinic will be able to help...and it is VERY re-assuring to know you and all the rest of us here will get better...Please let us know what medicine he prescribes for you...Best of luck!


   
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@sfbayareavaccine Thank you for this info!


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@lpycb42 

first shot April 4th...two weeks later had redness on the arm where the shot was given...nothing else

second shot May 2nd...symptoms followed a week later...


   
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@rachie 

Please do not let what one person says upset you...I am in your corner and I KNOW many others are as well...Some people just like to hear themselves talk and get a rise out of controversy...Don't let people INTIMIDATE you, or tell you what you should be doing for YOURSELF!! 

I hope you stay...

Ginger


   
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@rachie Sorry to hear that - sounds very similar to my experience. The invalidation from doctors is arguably the worst part of it all. When the professionals aren't listening then it's hard to know who to turn to!

Happy to report I'm making slight progress every day. My breathing is a little better - though I'm out of breath very quickly - and the spells of dizziness are a little less frequent; some of the anxiety has tapered off too.

I'm still not close to 100%, but even baby steps in the right direction give me hope that there's light at the end of the tunnel.

 


   
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@yoki just wanted to thank you again. I started the Flonase last Friday and my dizziness improved within 24 hrs. As everyone knows, I can’t be sure that it would not have gotten better on its own or if it was Flonase. However, I was feeling dizziness (fluctuating severity) for 6 days when I started Flonase. I still feel dizzy with rapid headache movements or if I look down frequently or for prolonged periods but way better since Saturday. Neurologist appointment on July 8. Will keep you posted.


   
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Posted by: @rachie

Hi everyone

I was hoping to be able to update you on my ivermectin journey but have now decided to leave the forum.

 I have not yet received my ivermectin so cannot update you of any progress. 

I was informed during my consultation with a GMC registered private doctor of all drug interactions with ivermectin and had a full medical history taken so have not taken this decision lightly. 

I have been very unwell since my 2nd pfizer vaccine shot and have had many tests, many medications which have not worked so this is my choice to try ivermectin. 

I'm sorry that I will not be updating you on my progress be that good or otherwise but I am finding some of the links posted upsetting and have chosen not to read them. 

I am finding some posts and aspects of this forum no longer helpful or supportive so have made a decision to no longer participate in it. 

I wish you all a speedy recovery whichever path you choose to aid that recovery. X

 

I'm sorry you have decided to leave.  I have liked reading your posts.  I wish you all the best.  I do hope that you will reconsider making one more post later on to let us all know how the Ivermectin worked out for you.  That input would be helpful to those here.


   
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