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Sassafras
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Posted by: @markm

@thenystagmus No, he is only working with long covid patients. There is also this clinic that is working with post vaccine patients: https://covidlonghaulers.com/

The long covid doctor I spoke with (Scripps Clinic) says the symptoms are "dysautonomia" but there are other doctors (see link above) saying the cause is "vascular inflammation" from the spike protein remaining in the cells long term. 

The link above is a group of doctors that did a colab youtube video with FLCCC (seen on Rogan podcast) to explain the science: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JwjJs5ZHKJI&ab_channel=DrbeenMedicalLectures

Skip to 22:00 where they talk about post vaccine patients. 

Thanks, I watched the entire video that Wynn linked recently. I'm putting this info in my mental file. I have the confines of an HMO insurance in the US Midwest to work within. They're currently debating my request to see an out of network neurotologist. The results of the MRI I did yesterday will figure into their recommendations for my path within my insurance coverage.


   
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Yes those stupid links and people posting them non stop piss me off… was thinking of leaving too


   
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Posted by: @hope123

Yes those stupid links and people posting them non stop piss me off… was thinking of leaving too

If you don't like this forum, feel free to leave.  No one is forcing you to stay.  Don't slam the door on the way out.  


   
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Yes those stupid links and people posting them non stop piss me off… was thinking of leaving too

If you don't like this forum, feel free to leave.  No one is forcing you to stay.  Don't slam the door on the way out.  

I wasn’t directing my post at you, just agreeing with Rachie

i guess one of your side effects is rudeness lol poor soul


   
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@thenystagmus 

It’s a 10 day prednisone cycle with 60mg the first 5 days.  Actually started last night so have done 120mg in a 15 hr period.  Not changes to my ear pressure and headache is worse.  Although dizziness not as bad today.  Also taking a temporary leave of absence from work to rest and hoping memory loss / brain fog gets better also.

 


   
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Posted by: @csmcmackin73gmail-com

@mikes yes, it includes night sweats. I’m over 45 but never had hot flashes until after my second shot. I can’t find anything about it. I am totally open to suggestions. Good luck to you too. So glad to know I’m not crazy that this started after my second shot. 

I have started experiencing hot flashes myself...about once a day for a few weeks now...


   
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@thenystagmus @thenystagmus my husband had MRI because of the tinitus (not caused by vaccination, it was before he got vaccine) and also mentioned the strange feeling in his head while he was having MRI done and tinitus worsened for a couple of days. Then it went back to normal. 


   
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@ivank 

Best of luck to you friend!


   
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Posted by: @hope123

Yes those stupid links and people posting them non stop piss me off… was thinking of leaving too

I understand completely...some of the stuff being posted here I just don't care to know about...We all want to get BETTER!  These links are downright scary...I just stopped looking at them and it helps a ton!!


   
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With the similarities of some of our symptoms to post-Covid (infection) long haul - as some of us move into a category of having post-Covid vaccine long haul symptoms, I've wondered for a long time if we could eventually be accepted for treatment in clinics being formed for PASC (post acute sequelae Covid). This website has current information on these clinics, and is being updated continually.

https://www.survivorcorps.com/pccc


   
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I'm glad to be having an afternoon that I feel it's time once again to push into more activity. It's good to be getting the homegrown veggies that my daughter brought on the weekend washed up and into the frig. After this resting break, I'm hoping to have energy left to get some ready to eat. Learning to be content in little advances. Wishing those for us all! 😏🙏


   
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So end of day 2. I'll say today was better than yesterday. I did have a good week before. So let's see how I feel tomorrow. 

No adverse effects from the ivermectin from what I can see. Also taking pepcid after I eat dinner. I didn't get as woozy as yesterday.

I'll let you guys know how I'm feeling tomorrow afternoon! (I'm in the US on the east coast)

 

 


   
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NHS planning Covid booster, starting September for 50 & over

https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.bbc.com/news/health-57667987.amp


   
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Vaccine reluctance will likely stay

https://news.gallup.com/poll/350720/covid-vaccine-reluctant-likely-stay.aspx


   
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