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themuffinman
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Those that took Ivermectin - did you take 3mg/day for 5 days?  What worked for you?


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@sybarton did this get better? I want some idea.

Thanks for sharing.

best regards 

 


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@ksmith Thanks for sharing. Did your symptoms get better over the ti?

best regards 

 


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dizzydame
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@rockingonaboat I have the brain shaking too! Maybe it's a pulsating headache or hypnic jerk or something. I often feel a sensation in my head like I'm falling suddenly, but it's concentrated on the right side. Wearing a heating pad on the back of the head/neck every night has helped reduce the tension. It's frustrating bc I'm living an even more restricted life after taking this vaccine. Such irony.

Hang in there. I hope we all return to normalcy soon.


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joshseiji
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Been following this forum for a while now because it makes me feel better to know that I'm not alone in what I'm feeling. My condition isn't getting better so I figure I'll share what I'm going through.

I got my first dose on June 2 and my second dose on June 24.

I am a very healthy 28 year old male kickboxer, 5'11, 145 pounds. 

I was able to workout for 4+ hours a day without a problem and had a very healthy routine and diet prior to the covid vaccine.

Since then I have hardly been able to workout for an hour before becoming extremely sweaty and fatigued which is highly unusual. I had really bad night sweats and diarrhea for weeks leading up to tingling in my feet, which eventually progressed to full body tingles that are so painful that they could be described as shooting pain. I have noticed they come and go and are more prevalent if I eat sugary or salty foods. 

I have had extreme fluctuations in my appetite, earlier on I had little to no appetite and now I feel as if I need to eat an extra meal every day on top of eating more each meal than I usually would. 

I've had very vivid dreams and nightmares, probably due to my overheating and sweating during my sleep. For this reason I have slept with my fan on and feet and hands out of the comforter, which I never had to do before. 

I still have diarrhea and find myself going to the bathroom for this at least 5 times a day. 

The tingles seem to be getting worse and I'm now noticing decreased grip strength and numbness in my right arm. I have also been extremely fatigued lately, waking up feeling tired after 8-9 hours of sleep and having to nap for multiple hours during the day and still waking up tired. I've been taking multivitamins to make up for not drinking protein shakes with vitamin supplements like I previously did when I worked out significantly more. When I try to do kickboxing workouts lately I just don't feel like I can use my hands and arms like I used to and it doesn't feel good, so all I've been doing is walking lately (last week). I have been able to do some kickboxing workouts for 1-2 hours where I can basically do everything I used to be able to do, but it seems like intense workouts bring my symptoms back and I'll notice them that night and the following day. 

I've looked online and think my symptoms fit that of GBS or small fiber neuropathy, but I can't be sure. I have a phone appointment scheduled with my primary care doc on Friday since in person appointments aren't available in my area for a while. 

 

To anyone else out there feeling these symptoms -- you are not alone and I wish you God speed in your recovery. 


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Natalie_CA
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@happyhourglass This was predicted last year by many scientists and doctors and just last month In May of this year Prof. Luc Montagnier stated that the vaccines were causing the variants through Antibody-Dependent Enhancement.  He has been tracking the cases around the world.  Prof. Montagnier is the Nobel winning virologist that discovered HIV.  Here is a quote from him.

"The new variants are a production and result from the vaccination. You see it in each country, it’s the same: the curve of vaccination is followed by the curve of deaths.

Should we be vaccinating during a pandemic?

—It’s unthinkable.

They’re silent… many people know this, epidemiologists know it.

—It is clear that the new variants are created by antibody-mediated selection due to the vaccination."

By the way over 20 peer reviewed studies have now shown that masks make no difference at all.  The virus travels through these masks as if they were not there.  Every single person I know that tested positive for Covid wore a mask all the time.  Also, my daughter is a doctor and caught TB last year in the ER while wearing a mask and social distancing and only being in the room for 1 minute.  TB is a bacteria and is 1000 times larger than a virus. 

Are you implying that, without the vaccines, less people would have Covid, less people would be sick and hospitalized, and less people would die?  


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GreenMonster
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@nawpan Yes I am implying that 100%!  Nobody needed to die at all.  The early use of Hydroxychloroquine and Ivermectin would have killed this pandemic early last year. 


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Natalie_CA
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Posted by: @greenmonster

@nawpan Yes I am implying that 100%!  Nobody needed to die at all.  The early use of Hydroxychloroquine and Ivermectin would have killed this pandemic early last year. 

No my question is if there no vaccines (and in this case no cure), you think less people would get sick and die?  Virus would still mutate but it would be slower?  Also only strong people would leave and weak people would die so we would have natural herd immunity?  


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Natalie_CA
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Posted by: @gingerjones

@greenmonster You are exactly right...Herd immunity is what saves lives and STOPS the pandemic!!

This is why they create flu vaccines?  So people keep catching flu because flu keeps mutating from flu vaccines?  That doesn’t make sense.


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GreenMonster
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@nawpan Yes that is what our immune systems are for.  But in this case there was a non vaccine medicinal cure available that would have knocked the virus out before it went anywhere.  Hydroxychloroquine and Ivermectin taken with Zinc short circuit the ability of the virus to replicate.  It's been known since 2005 and it is not limited to Covid, it is effective against all Coronaviruses.  And it is effective against the variants as well.  I have talked to multiple doctors with hundreds of successfully tested patients between them and in almost every case one to two doses was all that was needed. To label Hydroxychloroquine as dangerous was one of the most outrageous lies I have ever witnessed. 


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GreenMonster
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@nawpan The flu vaccine has been getting less effective every year for the past 15 years.  Giving the flu vaccine during flu season when it is already out there is going to make you highly susceptible in the 2 to 3 weeks following the vaccine.  And then you have the possibility of ADE Antibody-Dependent Enhancement.  This will cause stronger variants while the norm from the standard mutations are weaker variants. I am sorry but people have been told a fairy tail about vaccines.  You only know what they want you to know about them. Vaccines are most successful when used to protect against viruses that do not mutate so much.  The definition of a vaccine is that it should protect you for decades.  These are not vaccines if you need boosters every 6 months.  They are genetic experiments. 


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Natalie_CA
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Posted by: @greenmonster

@nawpan The flu vaccine has been getting less effective every year for the past 15 years.  Giving the flu vaccine during flu season when it is already out there is going to make you highly susceptible in the 2 to 3 weeks following the vaccine.  And then you have the possibility of ADE Antibody-Dependent Enhancement.  This will cause stronger variants while the norm from the standard mutations are weaker variants. I am sorry but people have been told a fairy tail about vaccines.  You only know what they want you to know about them. Vaccines are most successful when used to protect against viruses that do not mutate so much.  The definition of a vaccine is that it should protect you for decades.  These are not vaccines if you need boosters every 6 months.  They are genetic experiments. 

Well, if they are genetic experiment, I guess you assume, the Covid virus was intentionally released?


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GreenMonster
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@nawpan I am saying the MRNA vaccines are experimental and have not been tested on humans before.  And they are nothing like the conventional vaccines.  They modify your RNA which means they are messing with your genetic makeup.  As far as the virus that is a different story.  The latest data shows it came from a lab in Wuhan that was a Gain of Function lab that was banned in the US.  If it got out by accident or on purpose is beyond my knowledge.  I am just some guy interested in their own health and of my family.  


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Sassafras
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@nawpan Hi, This is a link to an interesting article when you have some time for reading. I don't know about all the information, but it highlights that vaccine immunology is fascinating and quite complex.

https://www.sciencemag.org/news/2019/04/how-long-do-vaccines-last-surprising-answers-may-help-protect-people-longer


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GreenMonster
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@nawpan I need to add one more comment.  In my view these trials would have been shut down in the first month if other trial protocols had been followed.  I have a friend that has MS and was participating in a trial for a new drug.  Had been on it for one year and was doing great.  One person died of a rare brain disease and an autopsy was performed on the dead participant.  They also went and exhumed the bodies of 2 other trial participants and performed autopsies on them as well.  They had died of unrelated causes they thought at the time but they were following normal protocol for a trial.  Nobody is performing autopsies on vaccine patients that have died to at least check for ADE Antibody-Dependent Enhancement.  Anyway the trial was suspended for 2 years until more research could be done.  Anyway I am just one guy offering my opinion is all.  I hate seeing people suffering is all. 


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