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ZactAttack99
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@redm I’m glad I’m not alone. I noticed that it seems worse when I’m still, trying to sleep or just sit on the couch doing nothing. I feel better moving around. Not sure if you also experience this. It makes it tougher to sleep because I feel my muscle constantly twitching somewhere, but it is normally in my left foot. 


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ZactAttack99
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@gloriam are they painful at all? Normally I feel no pain, which doesn’t make it any less annoying because when I lay still it’s worse. I feel my muscles constantly twitching. I will also note I got the vaccine on my left side too. 


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GreenMonster
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@thenystagmus My response to you is that Ivermectin can have side effects like all medicines including aspirin and ibuprofen.  However what I don't see are multi web sites set up for people to discuss all the side effects they are getting from it.  It has been around 45 years and has one of the safest records of any medication.

If you are showing this much concern for taking Ivermectin then you should have never taken the vaccine.  The impact the vaccines are having on people's lives far out anything from Ivermectin. 


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GreenMonster
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@gingerjones I get so frustrated because people are applying extreme standards when it comes to taking a widely used medication but jump at the chance to take an experimental vaccine that nobody on earth can guarantee the safety of it until years of testing is completed.   If people don't see the hypocrisy of this I don't know what to say.  It's baffling to me and makes zero sense. 


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VaccineAndCovid
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1st Dose Pfizer End of April

2nd Dose Pfizer End of May

early June motion sickness and sometimes pressure in ears.It would get worse, improve, overall it improving until I contracted Covid End of July.Now ear symptoms much worse.  Much pressure, to the point of pain. Motion sickness worse.  All other Covid symptoms mild, essentially gone now.  Seeing ENT next week.   Not sure how I will function at work.    

Taking: Liposomal Glutithione, Quercetin, Zinc, Vit A,C,D... Fish Oil,

Took steroid pack, Ivermectin 6mg daily 7 day.   Nothing helps.   

Help:  Any advice out there???


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LPV
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Update: Two weeks and two days after second shot, still zero symptoms. I have not changed my diet aside from cutting back on coffee/caffeine.  I did take Ibuprofen, Tylenol, Claritin, Vit C and Vit B6 daily since right after the shot.  Maybe that made a difference or maybe my body simply knows how to react to the virus now... fingers crossed. 


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Hopeitsover
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Curious guys. How many of you had swollen lymph nodes after the vaccine? Mine were really bad and I read where that could be a sign of a previous infection of Covid, which I believe I did have in March of 2020. I am wondering if there's a correlation of previous infections and this kind of reaction to the vaccine. Please reply even if it's a no. 


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Boatrocking
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@kirstymiller hey there! I’m new, so you could say which supplements you took and how much daily? Did you take them w/w/o food? How many times a day? 


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Boatrocking
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@s-m-a idk. I wasn’t diagnosed with covid at all. But then again, the word is that you could be asymptomatic and not even know it. I never felt sick other than having this weird issue happening on my right lung, but it was a coming and going feeling. It could be acid reflux, but I haven’t gotten it checked yet cuz I’m waiting for whatever is happening to me now to subside. 


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Sassafras
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@greenmonster

Ivermectin may be widely used for some indications, but not having scabies, other pestilent infestation, nor any other approved indications for its use, my doctor is not prescribing it for me.

I'm not interested in obtaining medications from a doctor I will never be examined by for uses beyond their intended indications.

I've asked you for a study with a placebo group of use of Ivermectin for post-Covid vaccine issues, you couldn't find one, but said you would provide that information if one was conducted in the future.

I'm glad your son didn't experience problems from having taken it after his Covid vaccination.

Please discontinue your persuasive efforts meward concerning Ivermectin use for unapproved indications.

As far as you not understanding people having gotten a Covid vaccine, but not interested in taking Ivermectin for post-Covid vaccine issues - please realize that I and some others here have been badly bitten, and as a result have become extremely shy of future missteps.

 

"Once bitten (or burned),

twice shy!"


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Sassafras
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Posted by: @s-m-a

Curious guys. How many of you had swollen lymph nodes after the vaccine? Mine were really bad and I read where that could be a sign of a previous infection of Covid, which I believe I did have in March of 2020. I am wondering if there's a correlation of previous infections and this kind of reaction to the vaccine. Please reply even if it's a no. 

Hi, I also suspect I had Covid in March 2020 - a strep test and flu A & B tests done then were negative, but they weren't testing for Covid for my symptoms of sore throat and sore under jawline lymph nodes at that time. I've had bouts of mild sore throat and mild sore lymph nodes under my jawline for a few days periodically since then. I recently checked my qualitative IgG to see if I'd had Covid and it was negative, but that's usual after so long.

After my Moderna vaccine this year in early March, one of my symptoms was swollen lymph nodes in my neck on the same side as my injection. (My other one-sided symptoms have all been on my opposite side.) I was puzzled, because at that time they were reporting only post-Covid vaccine swollen axillary lymph nodes. They were noted at my doctor's office and I was sent for a head & neck ultrasound that got scheduled a couple of weeks later, looking for enlarged lymph nodes, but it came up with nothing abnormal. They very slowly went away over a period of about a month or a little longer.

I think you raise a good question. I would not be at all surprised for there to be a correlation between this and previous Covid infection.

Your experience with swollen lymph nodes sounds like it was pretty severe and I can understand it must have been super uncomfortable and quite concerning!

Well wishes! 😏🙏


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So_LL
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@s-m-a My husband had it after his second Moderna shot (enlarged lymph node which was taking out). I am pretty sure he never had covid. Between the three of us in our household, one of us would have had symptoms and we didn't.


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Hopeitsover
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@thenystagmus thank you. You too. I know you have been through the ringer as well. And I understand when the small things are large victories. I feel the same way when I can do something I have had to put off for so long because of this "beastie". 


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A week after my first dose (Pfizer) I got vertigo that lasted about an hour. Ever since that day May 3rd I’ve felt dizzy unbalance ringing in my left ear stiffness in the back left of my head neck area. I haven’t felt myself since then. I’ve gotten two really bad episodes of dizziness along with nausea that lasted about an hour. Went to my doctor for an MRI, saw the ENT, ear test and everything comes back negative. Hoping there’s is something I could do to get my normal life back. No health issues prior to the vaccine. 

Anything suggestions would help. 


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Sassafras
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Posted by: @s-m-a

@thenystagmus thank you. You too. I know you have been through the ringer as well. And I understand when the small things are large victories. I feel the same way when I can do something I have had to put off for so long because of this "beastie". 

Thank you! You are so welcome, and so right! I took my handicapped son to a doctor appointment in his wheelchair today and I just realized that I didn't drive home feeling like I'd like to pull off the road, craving going to sleep and I don't feel like I've used more energy than I had while doing it. A couple of weeks ago I didn't even know if I dared trying to do something like this until the day came to do it.

My beastie crept up on me for hours during a crazy barometric day on Sunday, but backed into its corner once again as the storm finally passed through. 😎

Before this i considered myself quite healthy. Now each day I'm grateful for all the health I get! I do still want to get back to my remodeling projects and it's finally getting so close I can almost smell it!! 🤗🙏


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