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Charsen
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Is there anyone monitoring their blood

pressure levels when feeing dizzy? Mine goes from 9X/6X to 12X/6X within 10-15 minutes - wonder if this is a normal range of a fluctuation? I really dont want to go see a cardiologist after i’ve been to so many other doctors for treatments on symptoms. Thank you. 


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Lukenick
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Well I promised that I would update everyone if I had symptoms after my second shot and it took a little longer than the first but I am having brain fog. headaches, and dizziness for the past 6 days. The symptoms started two weeks after my second shot. 

A little background information on me. I was a regular member of this forum during the symptoms for my first shot. I waited 3 and a half months before getting the second. 

I am hoping I don’t have to go through  another two months of this like I did for the first shot. 


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Cheri@13
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I took the Moderna vaccine and day 1 sore arm. Day 2 sore arm extremely tired. Day 3 still had sore arm and a few dizzy spells. Fast froward to day 13 woke up extremely dizzy. I’d get up to walk I would feel very faint. Black spot would start at my peripheral vision and move inward. Then I couldn’t catch my breath chest felt tight and my vision  seem to go out of focus. Oh and I had this wom wom wom feeling in my head and sounds of crickets. I went to urgent care and heart and lungs okay. They gave me anti dizzy meds. This lasted four days on the fifth day only 3 dizzy spells but still taking meds. Still tired and weak and breathing heavy even though my O2 is at 99%. Can’t wait to get back to myself. I will not be getting the second shot to scared 
this is day 7 and the dizziness came back in full force with hard to breathe and chills also lymph nodes in throat hurt. I just want this to be over! 


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Cheri@13
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@marianneparson me too hope you symptoms leave soon. I’m on day nine and I can’t stand it. 


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Lili
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I don't know what to do after dealing with a lot from my first shot things are getting so tight I don't want to take the second shot but it looks like we have no choice anymore so sacred please anyone who had strong reaction from their first shot and went for the second one share your experience.

Best luck 


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JBeatthis1
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@cheridoerhotmail-com look up FLCCC i-recover protocol and take to your Dr. Start taking Allegra 24hr and pepcid AC 24hr and see if you can get prescription for Luvox and Prednisone. Also look on FLCCC website and see if you can get hooked up with doc to prescribe ivermectin. That is a good start.


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Ethan
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@gingerjones I try to 400 to 500 of mag glycinate also bought mag chloride to rub on legs and arms. I’m still waiting for results. I read it could take 6 weeks to 3 months for magnesium tablets to work. It’s been about 4 weeks for me.


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Ethan
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@holt 

How long have you been taking the 5-PTH? I have the same symptoms as you but also muscle twitching. The cytokines storm makes sense cause my symptoms started with head pressure or vestibular migraine. 


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Ethan
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@andym 

it helps some. I have been able to exercise longer. Rubbing magnesium oil on legs helps to 


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Jason
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@jbeatthis1 how’s your recovery ?


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Cjmimi
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Could someone please tell me what the amount and length of time to take NAC post vaccine for reducing the graph end oxide?

Thanks


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Canadian
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@ethan318 It's only been a week now.  I had a set back yesterday when I drank coffee.  I rarely drink it and only had a small.  I wish I had read this whole forum. My symptoms were horrible.  I took the 5-HTP right away and today I'm much better.  The 5-HTP definitely makes me feel better, but I plan to try the Zinc/Vit C/Quericitin/Glutathione combo they talk about tomorrow.  A lot of people said it worked for them so I'd like to try.  I will stop the 5-HTP for a week while I try the new regime.  If it doesn't work, I will return to the 5-HTP.  I will let you know how it turns out.


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Mark787
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@paige1123 hello are you doing now.


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Bre
 Bre
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I have the symptoms also. Six days after 2nd shot - Pfizer. I’m devastated and it’s scary. Glad I found this blog and I knew my symptoms were covid vaccine related immediately.

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Jean
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Hello everyone,

I've decided to provide a more thorough description pertaining to my vaccine experience.

It's been 7 weeks since I was vaccinated with Pfizer, and 5 weeks since the onset of symptoms. These included vertigo, blurry vision, brain fog, insomnia, palpitations, fatigue, anxiety with panic attacks, depressing mood, intermittent nausea and shaking hands.

Weeks 1-3 were a complete torture, as there was no palpable improvement. Roughly at that time I've started taking vitamin C, vitamin D, fish oil, selenium, zinc, gingko biloba and ginseng. Progression was slow, however, at week 4 dizziness and blurry vision started to subside. After eliminating (in week 4) coffeine, sugar, chocolate, alcohol, spicy food from my diet, energy started to return (again, very gradually). This new regiment was further enhanced with weekly acupuncture sessions.

In terms of tests and procedures, doctors conducted two ECGs, full blood panel (even with ferritin and transferrin), liver/kidney/thyroid tests, stool samples, abdominal ultrasound, checked for heart inflammation and performed two psychiatric evaluations. Almost everything came back normal, apart from blood presure which is slightly elevated for a person of my height and weight (in average 130/90). Many of these visits resulted in doctors telling me I have an anxiety disorder, caused by current events and worsening COVID situation around the country/world.

If I was to provide a percentage of my "recovery", I would say that after 5 weeks, I'm roughly at 50 % normal operating capacity, mainly bothered by fatigue (less extreme nowadays), brain fog (much less prominent) and stress (I'm trying to be patient and positive, but that's easier said than done).

My main reason why I've decided to write this is to give "newcomers" some hope things do improve, that they shall start feeling better, that even though it is horrible, we are still taking about an acute onset of symptoms that will resolve in time.

Best of luck to all of you,

JeanK


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