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Kim
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@thenystagmus Thank you for taking the time to explain all of that to me, it really made me feel so much better. 

I will make an appointment with my primary to go get blood work and see if there’s anything else that’s affecting me.

 

I am so glad to know that you’re feeling so much better, I hope I feel better soon too, thank you 🙏 


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@drivenlikesnow Dear Friend! What kind of YouTube videos should i look for, what kind of excercises, since physical therapy is not available in my country? Thanks a lot! Hoping for wuick response, as i am anxious to start doing something to help get rid of my dizziness and nausea.

Hi Sia, This is a link to information on the VEDA website that you can use for exercises. There's a lot of information there, so you may want to read and try small parts of it at a time.

These vestibular exercises will cause you to feel your symptoms more, so you'll want to take it slow and easy doing them. But if you do them a couple of times a day, progressing as they become easier you may find they help you and moving about in your every day life starts getting better.

https://vestibular.org/article/diagnosis-treatment/treatments/home-based-exercise/


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@arthur is Pfizer causing clots too?


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Posted by: @kimm

@thenystagmus Thank you for taking the time to explain all of that to me, it really made me feel so much better. 

I will make an appointment with my primary to go get blood work and see if there’s anything else that’s affecting me.

I am so glad to know that you’re feeling so much better, I hope I feel better soon too, thank you 🙏 

I'm glad it's helpful for you to know you have company in this, as it's been for me! You are wise to get with your primary doctor, but at this date, don't expect that they will be expert in dealing with post-Covid vaccine issues.

I've learned that medical providers have differing investments in believing that Covid vaccines do, or do not, cause lasting side effects. I share my suspicion that I may have been affected by my vaccination, but I don't let it unduly upset me if my suspicion isn't shared by my doctors, therapist, etc....

All of these Covid vaccines are new enough that everything about them can't as yet be known or understood.

For me, the important thing is to be offered appropriate care for what I'm going through, whatever my medical providers may believe about its cause. 🤗🙏


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Posted by: @sia77

@drivenlikesnow Dear Friend! What kind of YouTube videos should i look for, what kind of excercises, since physical therapy is not available in my country? Thanks a lot! Hoping for wuick response, as i am anxious to start doing something to help get rid of my dizziness and nausea.

 


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@mikel I got a blood clot and deep vein thrombosis about 9 days after thr Pfizer vax.  Docs refuse to attribute to vax. But first clot for me! 


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Posted by: @sia77

@drivenlikesnow Dear Friend! What kind of YouTube videos should i look for, what kind of excercises, since physical therapy is not available in my country? Thanks a lot! Hoping for wuick response, as i am anxious to start doing something to help get rid of my dizziness and nausea.

 

 


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Search for "VOR exercises" and/or "Vestibular exercises" in You Tube. 


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Posted by: @mikel

@gouldinho can you please share which article you read this? I thought GBS hadn't been happening after Pfizer.

This article tosses that idea around...

https://www.google.com/amp/s/whyy.org/articles/the-rarest-of-covid-vaccine-reactions-one-womans-story-of-guillain-barre/amp/


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@hippo33 How bad your eye floaters and have the resolved or gotten better. I am 4 months out from 1 and only Moderna shot and got very bad floaters in both eyes a month ago. 


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Saba
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@marcma Any improvements in your floaters issue? I too have them and unfortunately a lot of them. I never had them. I toom first and only dose on 3/19. Been over 4 months. Floaters appeared maybe appeared month and month and a half before. 


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@jassy1957 I am 4 months out from 1 and only Moderna vax I received on 3/19. My first symptom was severe insomnia starting 2nd night had severe anxiety-panic attacks thereafter. Anxiety-panics lasted for several weeks ( I would say over 2 and 1/2 months). Insomnia continued and only in the last week or two I have started sleeping a bit better. I also have tinnitus that started 3 weeks later and eye floaters that I got 2 months later and I still have these that I am dealing with. But the anxiety and panic attacks will gradually get better. Hang in there. Seek help from PCP. Hydroxyzine etc. help and are less addictive. It will get better!


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Hi everyone, another update and maybe more to come after this....

I initially had dizziness for a few weeks starting at week 3 after vax. That led to many other symptoms consistent with long haul covid. I currently only have tightness in my chest which has been persistent for over a week on and off. Maybe from a cold I had recently? Maybe from covid itself and a false negative PCR?

Anyway...

I believe that I have long haul covid from the vaccine and am currently waiting for results from a clinic that is leading the way in research of the underlying cause. I'm sure a few people have heard of Bruce Patterson by now. 

The theory is that persistent vascular inflammation is causing these symptoms but they have now released a paper on the science behind it. You can check out a video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IvWPT3YA5uY&ab_channel=Dr.Yo

People are very skeptical about this theory but I'm curious to see what the blood markers say. 


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Hi, I have Ménière’s disease and I’m very worried about taking the covid vaccine. My meniere’s is stable with medication and I don’t want to jeopardize that stability. Some people with meniere's are doing fines after the vaccine but I’m reading others are not. I talked to my ENT and he said there’s not enough information therefore it’s up to me. I talked to my ear specialist and he said I’m stuck between two hard plates so it’s a matter of choosing which is the bigger plate. So I decided not to take it for now. Some are looking at me as a problem other seem to understand. If my meniere’s become problematic I will not be able to drive, work or care for my mother who depends on me. I’m glad I found this forum because it helped me stay strong with my decision 

 


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Posted by: @karin

Hi! 

New here, I hope you can help me sort things out. It feels like I´m losing my mind! I have a really long history of dizziness. It all started when I was 17 years old. I had a bad flu and got antibiotics. After that my problems started. I felt like I was on a plane with air turbulence or a boat, like I was going to lose my balance. It didn´t spin but I felt unsteady. My mum took me to a doctor but they couldn´t  find anything. I felt dizzy every day for 27 years after that ... I can´t really understand myself how I managed to live through it. I saw every doctor there was, they couldn´t find anything so they sent me to the psychologist. The psychologist sent me back to the doctor ... To make a very long story short I tried everything except antidepressives. I felt something was wrong with my neck, I had pain in it, but no one could find anything wrong. Two years ago I heard people talk about Anthony William and celery juice. "Why not try, it can´t get worse?" I thought. Today about 98% of the dizziness is gone. I have completely changed the way I eat and I feel fine for the first time in such a long time! I can work, take care of my child and I´m in a happy place. Now to the problem. I´m so afraid of taking the vaccin and get worse with the dizzines! I´m not an anti vaxxer in any way, but if I get worse again I don´t know if I could cope! I don´t want to get sick with the virus, or make someone else sick, but what if I need to go through the same hell again?! I told myself I could get the first shot and see what happens but it feels like Russian roulette! Could you give me some advise about how to think? 

If I had lived many years with dizziness and had finally gotten to a happy place of 98% recovered, there's nothing that could entice me to risk doing something that could cause me to get worse again, especially if I felt that if that happened I didn't know if I could cope with it, like you! A Russian Roulette gun, loaded with that prospect is one I'd not touch with a 10-foot pole!

I can't advise you how to think, all I can do is share with you how I think. My thinking is that after believing I've experienced a Covid vaccine injury, I'll never have interest in a second dosing. (And you know they'll probably recommend boosters, ad nauseam...)

Best wishes in your thinking this through. 😔🙏


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