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 Adam
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Just an update. I had my second pfizer vaccine after having severe vertigo with the first shot. After about a month of taking a number of supplements multiple times per day (Vitamin D, C, Fish oil) the vertigo became less, although tends to become worse around sleep time.

I've found over the month when I consume any soy, alcohol, wheat or dairy the vertigo became worse and I would get a headache.. so I've moved away from these foods and it has helped greatly. I am wondering if I had an underlying intolerance to these substances and the vaccine overwhelmed my system to the point where these became more like allergic responses. The second shot I had no symptoms at all since changing my diet.. The vertigo still happens at night, but is slowly getting better. I am taking ProCalm at night and it helps with the vertigo symptoms.

I am booked to see a few specialists to see if I do have allergies or an intolerance to certain foods. I've eaten wheat, dairy and soy for a long time and no issues.. Just after the vaccine. I've also found any legumes (peanuts) are not well tolerated, so avoiding the whole family of foods.


   
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(@sfbayareavaccine)
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@onaboatforover30days doing a similar supplements regimen as well as a mostly anti-inflammatory diet and it has helped quite a bit. Still having a few side effects but I have reduced the dizziness/lightheaded feeling to less than 5% of what I was experiencing.


   
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Hey guys,

 

I (28 year male) got my 1st moderna shot on the 9th of June. 3 days of mild symptoms in my arm, nothing else. On day 4 I did a short (20min) bicycle ride and had very high heart rate and low blood pressure. After 20mins my heart rate and blood pressure went back to normal.

On the next day it was the first time my headache and dizziness started. Until now (around 4 weeks after the 1st shot and 3 weeks after I had my first side effects) there seems to be no improvement. Blood parameters are all good. I also went to the ophthalmologist, who said my eyes are fine (since I was scared of having a sinus thrombosis). Next monday I will do my MRT to rule out any serious damage.

I started take vitamin C 2 days ago, trying to add zinc and gingko today. I am already taking vitamin D for a long time.

 

I read through several pages here, but I couldn't find any answer to my question: Did anyone take the 2nd vaccine short after having those side effects? My 2nd shot will be on the 21st of July and I'm not sure if I should go for it or wait longer.

 

Thanks and all the best to you! Greetings from germany.


   
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@thepierlux Some days are better than others, symptoms like “swap”themselves, one day I’ve blurred vision and headache, another one mild dizziness that comes and goes or episodes of extreme fatigue.. Really hope you’re going to feel better next week 🤞🏼 

I took a tab of ginkgo biloba for a week and this evening I’m going to take a pill of vitamins B (betotal) following the advide of an ENT I’ve seen two days ago, she’s suggested a cycle of corticosteroid but I’m scared because it would be the first time and by now I’m frightened by “new” supplements. I’ve never considered ivermectin, here are not giving “basic” drugs so I can’t even think about this kind of “new” meds😅


   
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@lynner thank you, we’re here to support one another. We’re going to feel better, I think it takes time, patience and proper help by doctors. Keep me posted, xx 


   
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Here is my simplified scenario relating to the vaccine.

Moderna

Shot 1 - 1/27/21

Shot 2 - 3/1/21

Symptoms

3 weeks after first shot - shortness of breathe for 2 months. Only symptoms through April.

mid April - really bad nausea on and off for about two weeks.

All symptoms April till now (not all at once)-

-tingling in head

-headaches

-hot flashes (also felt like I had a fever that would come and go)

-waking up at night with hot flash/sweating

-ears turning red and hot (usually in afternoon)

-sensitivity to temperature (usually to heat)

-hands and feet clammy

-nausea

-ear fullness

-tinnitus 

-thumping in ear

-hearing issues

-vision issues to include new floaters (never had them before)

-sensitivity to light and bright screens

-sore throat/feels like something in throat

-rash on upper chest

-shortness of breath

-coughing up mucus with bits of blood in it

-heart palpitations, fast heartbeat

-GI issues 

-numbness/tingling in limbs

-muscle tightness/pain

-muscle twitches

-liver enzymes elevated (returning to normal)

- abdominal discomfort (upper abdomen)

-general Ill feeling

-decreased libido

-brain fog

-probably other symptoms that came and went quickly.

Medical response 

-Urgent care x3 - no treatment

-endocrinologist- no issues no changes to medication

-gastroenterologist- endoscopy, minor gastritis, prescribed Prilosec 6 weeks.

-pulmonary specialist- lung test, said I may have mild asthma, given prescription for albuterol inhaler (don’t use it)

-primary care/covid 19/long hauler prescribing physician- ordering cytokine blood panel, advised to take Claritin and pepcid AC to lower histamines in body. Ongoing appointments….

What has helped/worked

-Anti inflammation and low fat diet (think Mediterranean diet), removing simple carbohydrates (bread!)and refined sugars. I would say do this for at least a week to see how you feel. I have been drinking a glass (16oz) of lemon water in the morning and at night. Also drinking celery juice once a day(16oz). Oatmeal with blueberries for breakfast, salad for lunch as much as you can eat (lettuce or spinach, tomatoes, garlic, avocado, blueberries, red onion, a bit of cooked chicken and oil olive), dinner is the same salad or something else anti inflammatory, lots of baked vegetables and maybe some baked salmon.

-eating way more fruits and veggies than you thought you could/needed to.

-no alcohol 

-probiotics, kombucha once a day and sauerkraut added to most foods or by itself 

-working out and moving, prior to getting the vaccine I was running 6-8 miles a week and doing P90x 3-4 times a week. It was very hard to keep that regimen up during this time but getting out and moving has helped immensely. With that said, my doctor has stated that long haulers seem to activate their symptoms more when they work out. For the most part since starting to move again I have not noticed that and feel better when I do get out and move.
-A friend recommended listening to the “medical medium” podcast. I have learned quite a bit about healing the body through food and have incorporated a lot of his advice to flush the body of toxins and inflammation which has helped. 

-supplements 

-liposomal glutathione x2 a day (750mg)

-zinc quercetin x2 a day (400mg quercetin and 22mg zinc), I split the recommended dose so I can have it in my system the whole day. Recommended dose is x1 for whole dose of 800mg and 44mg.

-men’s one multivitamin (rainbow light)

-vitamin C x1 a day (1000mg)

-vitamin D x 1 a day (4000 iu)

-Zyrtec x 1 a day

-Prilosec x1 a day (40mg) for GI

 

How I feel now (5 months after first shot)

- starting to feel normal, I still have some odd side effects that come and go. Most of the debilitating symptoms have subsided but I still have some muscle twitches, tinnitus (on and off), numbness, discomfort. When I am asleep some of my normal positions seem to cause my limbs to fall asleep faster than they normally would have. But overall I feel that I am healing.

What I have learned in all of this is that I have to learn more about self healing as most of the doctors I have encountered will only treat symptoms and not the root cause of the pain/discomfort. I have also learned that food can heal more than some medicine can. 
I would encourage everyone dealing with debilitating symptoms to start changing at least one meal a day to something that is anti inflammatory and progress from there. If anyone has questions, let me know. I am still learning but would be happy to help if I have can.


   
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ThePierlux
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@deborah I’ve seen an ENT yesterday and he gave me a med for vertigo. I don’t know if it’s working, I still feel dizzy and confused. I guess it’s too early to know. 
I tried corticosteroids but I just got a strong headache. With no results. 
Now I’m just taking this med and Vitamin C,D and Omega3.


   
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ThePierlux
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@adamk I’m having issues with food too. Wherever I drink milk I get sickness. Even if it’s without lactose - and this issue started like 2 weeks ago.


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Update: It's been about 2 weeks since the 2nd round of vaccine-related inflammation symptoms started & they're definitely subsiding.  I will say, they weren't as bad as the first time around & the duration has been shorter.  Quercetin I believe has been the game-changer.  In addition to 2,000 mg of Vit C (1,000 mg 2x/day), 1,000 IU of Vit D (1x/day), 800 curcumin (400 mg 2x/day) & 120 mg of magnesium (1x/day) daily, I've been taking 1,500 mg of quercetin (500 mg 3x/day) for the last 4 days & it's definitely seemed to speed the recovery along.  Praying that this doesn't happen again!  I have been doing acupuncture weekly for about 2 months too which I also believe helps a lot!


   
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Hi guys, just a quick update. On saturday I had bloodwork on my own. Just received the results and it seems like I’ve low levels of folate/folic acid and high level of homocysteine (they’re linked, for what I’ve read). Anyone else ended up with it?

I’ve found that symptoms that could be linked to this kind of stuff are:

  • diarrhea;
  • dizziness;
  • Weakness and fatigue;
  • loss of appetite;
  • paleness;
  • increased heart rate;
  • shortness of breath;
  • Mouth and tongue pain;
  • Tingling, numbness and/or burning feet, hands, arms and legs (with vitamin B12 deficiency)

Don’t know if this could help me or even some of you, just told you what I’ve found out right now. Let me know 🙂


   
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 ton
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@adamk Hello! I also found low-histamine diet is decreasing symptoms.
i don’t have any background of allergies, but heard about it on the 4th video of this link and thought I would give it a try as anyway it would not make harm.

Low histamine diet

https://www.c19vaxreactions.com/qa.html

there are many other tips in the video.

 

I am also applying the 16/8 intermittent fasting suggestion from this podcast - at the very end they talk about autophagy to remove toxic proteins from cells. I think this is also working for me.

https://factcheckvaccinecom.castos.com/episodes/dr-stephanie-seneff-dr-joseph-mercola-talk-about-mrna-vaccines-causing-neurological-damage-june-06-2021

 

hope you and everyone else gets better soon! 
According to this German researcher, cationic Nanolipids from the vaccin, which are toxic, remain in the body for about 4-5 months. I guess for some it may be a bit longer.

http://enformtk.u-aizu.ac.jp/howard/gcep_dr_vanessa_schmidt_krueger/


   
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 ton
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@a1oner Hello! I also took

Ivermectine for post vaccine effects - following the advise from Dr. Mobeen Syed: at 1:20 ( https://youtu.be/v8-J1ES86os ).

It is also part of the protocol for post vaccine inflammatory syndrome which is what I think most of us have:

https://covid19criticalcare.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/FLCCC-Alliance-I-RECOVER-Management-Protocol-for-Long-Haul-COVID-19-Syndrome.pdf

 

Anyway I only took 9Mg last Saturday and I felt better at the end of the day. Looking forward to get advice from a doctor to continue the treatment, as I think officially this drug was not intended to use it on consecutive days. Did your doctor tell you anything about the risks of using it on high or recurrent doses?

Thank you!


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@nannymac 

So glad you are feeling better and am ever grateful that you have updated us with your PROGRESS


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Posted by: @a1oner

Ok so I'll be taking my 5th dose of ivermectin shortly. My thoughts:

Well today is a bit different for me because some friends came over last night with a vr headset and I played the boxing game for the first time which was super fun but was like a 20 to 30 minute cardio workout! So I anticipated maybe not feeling so well today. Plus, I'm on like 2 hours of sleep. I'll probably crash after I take my medicine.

I will say though, there is a significant improvement. I don't feel like crap like I thought I would! I still have some issues, like what I think is "brain fog". I think the ivermectin has helped tremendously with the diziness and generally sick feeling, allowing me to separate that from other symptoms. I feel a good 60% better! So yeah I gotta say I think the ivermectin definitely worked. After today, I'll wait a week. 

Has anyone tried the fluvoxamine? I was wondering if that would help with the brain fog. But yeah, definitely what I would call a significant improvement after 4 doses of ivermectin. 

Thank you so much for the updates...So glad you are feeling better by the day!!


   
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(@apollo)
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@adamk look into histamine intolerance from the shot. That’s is what I think I’m dealing with.


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