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spacecadet
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@jardelina Hi!  This is what worked for me, but also, see my past posts as they were more ‘in the moment’.

I believe the key to getting me over the hump was the quercetin and zinc combo suggested by ‘dizzyfromvaccine’.  Look up her posts. I took these together for 3-4 days.

I also started taking VitD, C (which I have always taken), glutathione, Curcumin, lion’s mane and fish oil.  

I limited my foods to mostly plants, and nothing processed. 

I drank a lot of water and all kinds of herbal (chamomile, detox, peppermint, reishi mushroom) and green teas.

I slept or laid in bed a lot. Like for 12 straight days.  My husband took weeks off to stay with the kids.  I really couldn’t function cognitively or physically and  I did not push it.  If my body said sit I did.  If it said sleep, I did.

I focused on stopping my anxiety (because that is what the ER doctor said my problem was).  That was not the problem, but I did have significant anxiety and I worked to recognize it so I wouldn’t amplify symptoms.

I slowly started to walk around my block until I felt safe driving a car, but really listened to my body about my limits.

I still take some vitamins, and sometimes I get a feeling (maybe related, maybe not) and I sit before it escalates.

I asked my doctor about supplements and he said there is not enough literature for him to recommend them. But he didn’t recommend anything either!

It doesn’t really sound like a lot, but everything I did was intentional (oh, and epsom salt baths).  Everything I ate, drank, where I used what energy I had. If it wasn’t potentially healing I left it out of my body, mind, life.

I hope there is something in here that helps.


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@spacecadet thank you for this. It resonated for me because I am feeling like I just can’t do it. Kids are a LOT, my brain feels fried and I’m finding the anxiety of it all immense. I’m going to have an Epsom salt bath and get an early night… if I can sleep!! 


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Vivian
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Did anybody know if any 12 year old kid had all these symptoms like dizziness and/or Vertigo? Thanks.


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Deborah
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@daisy avevo risposto ma probabilmente non è stato inviato il messaggio, io ora sto assumendo folina (ho scoperto di aver avuto un calo drastico in 2 settimane senza motivo apparente), betotal e ferro+vit C; ho assunto il gingko biloba per una settimana ma penso di ricominciarlo dato che le vertigini sembravano essere migliorate nel frattempo. A te sono passate? Tra l’altro ho sempre un mal di testa pesantissimo e rigidità al collo, è veramente pesante. 


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Marieke
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@shauna09 

Hello Shauna,

I was wondering if you still feel dizzy after the 2nd vaccination, or that it is over now? I really hope. And if it is over, how long did it last? I experience dizziness after the 2nd vaccination of Moderna. Lasting now 2,5 weeks, some days worse than other days. The dizziness started at the 4th day after the 2nd vaccination. The first 3 days directly after the 2nd vaccination i had  high fever and severe muscular pain, which ended after 3-4 days. And than the dizziness started. 

I really hope the dizziness is passed by you.

Would really like to hear from you,

Thank you in advance,

Kind regards, 

Marieke (from the Netherlands)


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Marieke
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@cscelfoda 

Hello Camille S,

I was wondering if you still feel dizzy after the 2nd vaccination, or that it is over now? I really hope. And if it is over, how long did it last? I experience dizziness after the 2nd vaccination of Moderna. Lasting now 2,5 weeks, some days worse than other days. The dizziness started at the 4th day after the 2nd vaccination. The first 3 days directly after the 2nd vaccination i had  high fever and severe muscular pain, which ended after 3-4 days. And than the dizziness started. 

I really hope the dizziness is passed by you.

Would really like to hear from you,

Thank you in advance,

Kind regards, 

Marieke (from the Netherlands)


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Mikel
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Hi All,

 

Just had Astrazeneca 5 days ago, got normal chills that went. But now getting very mild upper leg pain, has anyone had this?


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Mikel
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@debbiecrispin how did you go with this, are you feeling better ?


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Linnie
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@happyhourglass    Hi there,  Trying to respond to Keyboard Lime Pie.  I haven't posted in a while but wanted to respond to your recent post.  I also have declined the vaccines. I dealt with dizziness and headaches for 6 months last year until I received the proper diagnosis of vestibular neuritis. I was told that it was caused by 'a virus' and that it certainly could have been covid19 that caused it.  I was only mildly ill for a few weeks when covid was new so I was never tested at the time. The dizziness started shortly after I recovered from 'the virus'.  Since yours started a year ago, is it possible you also had the virus and didn't know it?  And just out of curiosity, I'm wondering if you live in Florida, ( based on your profile name here.) I do live in Florida.  Vestibular Therapy has helped me immensely... I would say I am now 80-90% recovered with occasional days where I have only moments of dizziness.  I cannot imagine jeopardizing this recovery by taking a vaccine that will likely set me back...I can't fathom going back to the months of dizziness, headaches, nausea that I endured before my diagnosis.  I wish you much luck with your decision and recovery.


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Laura
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@jardelina with everything going on in my system I am trying to stay away from most artificial substances going into my system. That being said, I am taking a Claritin daily. But the past two days I have focused on fasting throughout most of the day with green tea and a lot of water (I drink a gallon a day normally so not increasing too much but yesterday had 1.5) when I did eat I researched anti-inflammatory foods. So around 4 yesterday made myself some salmon with a ton of broccoli and sliced beets on the side. All of this with some yoga. Normally I practice Muay Thai and had noticed earlier in the week that when I’m working out I feel no symptoms. So trying to increase my activity once the headache/dizziness goes away. I also had my blood work done this week (along with checking my ears and vitals) and my blood work came back with elevated thyroid levels. Apparently, when you’re allergic to something your thyroid level can increase as a triggered immune system response. I’m telling myself I’m allergic to something in the vaccine so I don’t continue to panic and just trying to reduce the internal swelling from it. Taking zinc and quercetin with bromelain as well and all of this with mostly positive thinking seeeeems to be helping. 


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Sureyansh
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Posted by: @dizzyfromvaccine

@baylor02

 

For those of you having that dizziness, head floaty, rocking horrible moving feeling in your head after Pfizer - I had it too from 1st shot. I thought I couldn’t go on anymore, it was so horrible for 5 long weeks after the vaccine. I went to neurologists, had blood work and nothing. It was not getting better at all - couldnt sleep but so tired. I reported it to VAERS. Please do the same!

But a doctor figured it out for me. He’s a genius. He said the shot can throw off your balance of M1/M2 monocytes. They breakdown dead cellular material and if they are not in proper ratio they leave a lot of cellular material behind cause inflammation and making you feel horrible. (Im sure it’s more technical but this is what i understood). Mrna vaccines target these cells.

This is what he gave me to take. 2 tsp 3x a day for week of oral lyposomal glutothione, and 2x a day zinc and quercitin taken together. He also gave me ivermectin (i only took it 2 days and he said I didn’t absolutely have to take it) Just note I’m not a dr and dont know your health situations but if I can help anyone here...I hope I can. 

Note that is a pretty high dose of glutothione so ask a dr. Then I am supposed to continue with less dosage the following weeks. It’s been 5 days so far. 

It was a miracle. First day I felt 50% better. 2nd day I felt just about back to normal. Seriously had MRIs, brain wave tests, lyme tests, ppl saying it’s anxiety...no dr had any clue. It was living hell. I couldn't work or think or stand the vibration, rocking, fog in my head. Doctors dont really believe you...think it’s coincidental, blah blah. I feel so much better it’s unbelievable.

The lyposomal glutothione is Tryfortify watermelon flavor in a tube. It doesnt taste bad but it’s like eating watermelon hand cream. You put it under your tongue 30 seconds then swallow it. But you also need the zinc and the quercitin.  I only took the Ivermectin (prescription) 3x bc it made me feel weird. i think it was a very low dose but may have contributed to my recovery. 

Research monocytes and glutothione.  Good luck. Hope you all feel better! 

 

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Sureyansh
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@dizzyfromvaccine  Are you still taking Liposomal Glutathione and still symptoms free.i stopped my l glutathione and  symptoms came back.


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Daisy
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@deborah 

A me i giramenti sono migliorati. Sono i dolori che persistono e ho paura che si cronicizzino. 


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nodiagnosis
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has anyone had a nerve conduction study? 


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Sassafras
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Posted by: @sobayvaxpain

First of all, I want to thank everyone for sharing their experiences.  It’s been helpful just to know this is just me having these post vaccine problems.  My doctors, family and friends treat me as though the vaccine couldn’t have caused this and I just need to ‘think myself well’ with a positive attitude.  

The reality is that my symptoms started hours after the second Moderna vaccine and haven’t going away in 11 weeks.  I got temporary, partial relief with a prednisone 10 day cycle, but then everything came back strongly within two days (almost like the day I got the vaccine (vertigo, headaches, ear aches, ear pressure, swollen glands, short term memory loss).  

This is frustrating as our doctors aren’t being educated, can only guess what is causing this and treat symptoms but not the cause.  I hope I’m fortunate and this goes away soon.  It’s reached the point I’m not able to work, nor good to be around.  

Hi, I too am thankful to be in the company of others knowing this is all too real!

I also have been on this journey for a while now and have been prescribed steroids. Like you, they provided partial relief for me, for which I was relieved! After tla first Medrol pak my symptoms rebounded also. A month later I had relapsed and after a second Medrol pak, my rebounding was less. I am encouraged that my condition is responsive to steroids; I hope this portends that my body itself can eventually correct (at least the majority of) what has gone wrong. 

I considered myself to be quite healthy before this, with low vital signs that usually accompany good health. But I've learned that my body doesn't accommodate changes well, even being slow to adjust to changes in seasons. And definitely not tolerating interventions with medications well or having typical responses to them, be they prescription or otherwise. Maybe this is partially due to the low metabolic idle my body is set at, I dunno.

So, I wanted any interventions I did to be as little as possible and shown to be necessary. My Vitamin D level tested deficient, so I took an 8 week prescription for that, followed by daily OTC supplementation and 1000 mg daily Vitamin C. An affected doctor that posted here briefly advocated for the use of steroids, so I cautiously tried that. He also shared that vestibular rehabilitation therapy was important, so as I've been able, I've added that, which I believe is aiding my recovery.

I still have the suspicion that my cortisol levels are fluctuating, possibly along with my thyroid levels. I don't know why this syndrome seems to fluctuate for a number of us, but I've made peace with that and no longer let it take my emotions on such a roller coaster along with variations in my physical condition.

Anyway, although my life has changed a lot in going on this journey, I retired a couple of years back, so I've been able to somewhat gracefully handle this. I live independently and at this time I don't have anyone around to help care for me or my home, so I've been forced out of bed and off my couch to do these things. But that also means there's been no one around to experience my perceived uselessness and be impacted by me emotionally.

What you shared struck my heart and has been on my mind! I'm sure if anyone had been with me, I'd be saying the same thing ...that I've not been good to be around. Just you sharing that speaks to me that you have been in the past! And even though maybe you aren't now, your body wants to heal and I think it's reasonable for us to hope that is likely to happen for us!

Again, back to our beginning thoughts, it is good to be here in this sanctuary of understanding and support - hoping that this may be a cocoon on our way to renewed health, once again! 😏👍🙏


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