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Mikel
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Hi All could you please post which vaccine you had at the end of your message? It helps other searching.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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Mikel
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It's also good to look at diet/supplement changes and talk to your dr about these too, such omega can some people nausea.


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Mikel
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I'm from Australia too, I think the zinc and vit C immune supplements help alot, speak to a doctor first.

 

I also checked my d-dimmer and pallet count for peace of mind when I get symptoms onset.


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Elallen
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I am glad to hear you are feeling better. I am 3 months post vaccine and I experienced everything you mentioned (dizziness, vertigo, headaches, blurred vision) and I’m about 80% better. I wonder how long it will take to fully recover from this! 


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chocolaterobot
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Hi if you're in the UK and trying to source ivermectin, here's what I've found...

There's only one UK doctor listed as prescribing ivermectin at the directory at https://www.exstnc.com/. He charges £125 for a brief online consultation (plus the cost of the medicine) and has no appointments until NOVEMBER!!

The unofficial sources I've come across are:

- https://trustedrxsolutions.com/ - comes to roughly £46 including postage for 10x 12mg tablets. I ordered some from here so I'll post here if they arrive!

- Indiamart - I've been quoted $65 for 100x 12mg tablets (a lot more than anyone could need surely!!??) including postage. This is from a pharmacy in India. Not sure how you would pay for it. 

- Also various other online sources which I have no idea how reliable they will be.

Be great to hear updates from people who are trying ivermectin / the ILCCC protocol thanks.


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Sassafras
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Posted by: @dizzzy2021

Im not familiar with system of this forum.Its really complicated for me and I cant find your main post.let me know about your symptoms🙏🏻

Hi! Although it's not currently showing for a reply to me on the forum posting, I was alerted that you were asking me your question. Thanks for asking! I don't believe there really is a place for a main post, although that would be nice.

I had my only Moderna vaccine this year on March 3rd and the evening of March 5th I had sudden, severe onset of vertigo with nystagmus and nausea, barely able to keeping from vomiting.

(I had this one evening once before 6 months prior, tried the Epley maneuver, threw up repeatedly until I could no more, went to sleep, then had no further problems for 6 months, until 2 days after my Covid vaccine. That was likely BPPV.)

This time the Epley maneuver did not help, I've been tested for BPPV three times, and that is not my current issue.

To cope, I began to severely limit my activities, especially my head movement. I have relapsed back into severe symptoms at 1 week, 4 weeks, 8 weeks, and 14 weeks.

Along the way I gradually developed more symptoms, all on the right - disturbed facial & ear canal sensations (paresthesia), right sinus fullness with popping sensations - no congestion, ear pressure, mild ear pain, right tinnitus, headache, fatigue, and dizziness with some vertigo & nystagmus still and occasional oscillopsia (shaking vision).

At about 2.5 months I took a low dose, tapered Medrol steroid pak for 6 days which decreased my symptoms, with them returning afterwards. A month later, after a severe relapse, I took another Medrol pack which decreased my symptoms again, this time with less rebound.

I react badly to most medication, so other than the Medrol paks, the only medications I've taken are a prescription to supplement my Vitamin D which was found to be deficient and I take Vitamin C.

I've been seen by my primary doctor and an ENT. My insurance company is considering sending me to a neurotologist, which would be out of their network, so they may refer me to a neurologist instead. My VNG test results were within normal limits, but my rotary chair testing showed VOR (vestibular ocular reflex) dysfunction. My MRI was also normal.

I'm now at 19 weeks and most of the time I'm about 85%+ recovered. I've recently been doing vestibular rehabilitation therapy sessions weekly, with twice daily home exercises to help my adjustment to my remaining issues - dizziness, short bursts of vertigo and oscillopsia when I provoke my symptoms with my exercises, mild nausea, mild headache, mild facial paresthesia, fatigue.

I'm able to drive, but I stagger some and sometimes shake when I walk in low light, so I know I'm compensating for my vestibular injury with my vision. I'm able to drive, but not in low light or darkness. I'm purposely increasing my activity level and hoping my fatigue will diminish as I increase my stamina after so much inactivity.

My vestibular physical therapist feels that I present as possibly having suffered vestibular neuritis and predicts that I may continue to benefit from at least 3 months of advancing vestibular rehabilitation exercises.


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Quinn
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I am a veteran of the U.S. military. I have a 100% P&T (permanent and total) rating for disability based on Meniere's disease (left ear), headaches, and tinnitus. I served 35 years ago as an Infantryman. 

For the past several years, I have been able to control (most) of the problems with diet (no/low carbs) and no alcohol. I am adamant about 8-9 hours of sleep and physical exercise. I was managing. 

April 13, 2021, I received the first jab of the Moderna vaccine. April 27, I went into a tailspin of SEVERE vertigo, tinnitus, stomach/nausea issues, headaches, COVID toes, and a severe rash on my belly and thighs. It lasted for weeks. Nausea and dizziness, the constant ringing in my ears, and the "other-worldly" feeling - think "medicine head" times a thousand had me anxiety-ridden and depressed. I was so worried my life was over. I couldn't function. 

I was scheduled for my second jab on May 11. I saw my doctor the week before and she told me NOT to get it. I didn't. I would caution anyone with vestibular/inner ear problems to avoid the vaccine. I'm not an anti-vax person at all, I'm a health-conscious person. There were times during that 8-10 week period, that I thought my life was over. It was the worst (medical) experience I've ever had. 

I truly believe that the vaccine inflamed my entire nervous system (inner ears and other parts) to the point that it was almost like GBS. I was in very bad shape. Fortunately, I started feeling better at the end of June. I still have small bouts of severe tinnitus, headaches, and there is still a "leftover" of the rash on my upper leg. 

I wish everyone the very best. It's not easy dealing with this. I think it will get better for you, although it may seem like it won't, hang it there. 


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Lili
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Please any one with vision problems after Moderna first shot


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Lynne
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Hi Lili, yes I have had vision problems after the astra zeneca shot. Very dry eyes and floaters. I didn't have eye problems before. Using a heat mask, eye massage and systane eye drops. 


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Lynne
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Could I ask if anyone has experienced increased perspiration after a covid innocuulation.  The UK has a heatwave at the minute but I really think my perspiration has increased since this AZ shot.

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Kirsty UK
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I have just ordered some from the Canadian website that tabby said she got hers from (search her post) I’ll let you know how I get on! I actually have a £250 appointment (no short ones) with the doc in U.K. in August but hoping to treat it first and see if it works!! This is all costing a fortune!


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Maranda
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Hi! I got johnson & johnson 3 weeks ago & i went to the er two times due to heart palpitations and shortness of breath felt horrible and now i feel my hands get numb every now and then. how long did your effects come after the shot? Are you feeling better?


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Lynne
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Kirsty, I quite agree about the financial costs, my budget is low and I can ill afford all this extra expense for supplements. Let us all know how you get on.

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Euroka
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@mojkav I am 37yr old healthy female. I had my first Moderna shot on 3rd July. The next two days, I just had normal Covid arm. Then on day 4, I had dizziness, heart racing, and almost fainted. After that was a series of fatigue, nauseous, chill, swollen lymph node in the arm pit and light fever. On day 10, I have heart palpitations, chest pain, irregular heartbeat, high blood pressure. My husband had to call an ambulance at 3am to take me to the hospital because my heart rate is at 120b per minute and my blood pressure is through the roof. I stayed in the ER for 1.5 days as the doctors try to find out the reason for my symptoms especially the irregular heartbeat. I did blood test, echocardiogram, MRI and the results seem fine. They found a past inflammation in the heart muscle but it was already healed. I am still waiting for my ECG result. I am back home for already 2 days. Still have heart palpitations, chest pain plus anxiety, headache, and gastro/heartburn. The heart racing and anxiety come and go without any warning like a panic attack. I stay home all day and meditate a lot at least 4 hours a day whenever the heart palps and anxiety attacks. I must say it helps calm down the heart and help with my sleep too because when my heart beats fast, I cannot sleep. Definitely not planning to have the second dose.


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Lukenick
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It has been awhile since I have posted so I wanted to update everyone on my status. I am pretty much recovered from my first Pfizer shot. The cyst that they found on the MRI turned out to be nothing more than a larger blood vessel according to the specialist. I don’t have any dizziness or headaches anymore. Still have so eye floaters in my left eye and am dealing with GI issues though. I have scheduled my second shot for next  Friday July 23rd. I am looking for feedback from people who delayed their second shot by a long time. It will have been three and a half months since my first shot when I get my second. What reaction did you have to your second delayed shot? How log in between your first and second shot did you have? What shot did you get? How did you feel after second shot?

(Only looking for feedback from people who have received their second shot delayed) please don’t comment things like I’m never getting my second shot! That doesn’t help me. I’m nervous enough as it is. 

Thanks 


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