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sivaslıdizy58
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@pfizervictim hello I have allergic rhinitis and seborrheic dermatitis. I have almost all the symptoms you have. Now I have increased eczema and nasal congestion. These were in good condition before the vaccine. These two diseases are related to the histamine level. I think that the side effects of the vaccine may also be related to the histamine level.


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@axteller the research by Dr. Bruce Patterson was really reassuring, hopefully this gets acknowledged soon and will lead to doctors using his treatment protocols. 

I friend of mine did Dr. Patterson's lab test which checks for various long haul markers.  Dr. Patterson put him on Ivermectin, Maraviroc and Pravastatin and he is doing a lot better.


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@jeank thank you Jean. I appreciate your update. I wonder if any of the heart palpalations and blood pressure fluctuations we live through create a long term illness. Have you talked about this with your doctor? My bp fluctuates all day that is when the dizziness start when it goes down. Prayers for all. 


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Posted by: @larisa

Hello! I am RN and work with COVID patients. Fortunately, COVID didn't get me but the vaccine did. It is so frustrating. I had an episode of dizziness about 15 minutes after my first Pfizer shot. Two weeks after, almost passed out at work and had to take two weeks off due to my symptoms. I had a sore throat, metallic taste, and dizziness. COVID test came back negative and then I found this forum... I canceled my second shot. It's been four weeks now and my symptoms persist. I have fullness in my left ear, tingling and numbness in my face/neck/tongue, dizziness/nausea. I would say the symptoms are intermittent from mild to moderate but very scary and make me anxious which makes it even worse. My PCP was reluctant to relate it to vaccination but I was 100% healthy before it. I just hope there's not permanent damage. 

They are so shy to relate it to the vaccine.  Suddenly they go dumb.


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@charsen As far as I've been informed, it is quite normal for BP to fluctuate, as it is influenced by what you eat, whether or not you exercise, by your water/liquids intake...

Concerning my heart, it is in perfect condition according to these tests, so I've stopped worrying about that (palpitations were gone after week 3, whilst resting heart rate never went above 70 - which I was told it's quite good for my age). 


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@ohjason still haven't met with IncellDx yet. Been in a holding pattern with mild tinnitus, on the boat feeling that comes and goes and warm sensations. Not worsening but just staying omnipresent. Telemedicine appt on the 31st then with my prescribing doc on the 2nd. Hope to start protocol after labor day.


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@jeank Thanks Jean !


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@heybro was your a longhaired due to covid or Vax?

 


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I’ve been lurking thread since April, and now I will share what I have learned.

my fiancé developed all the same symptoms as most people in here: diziness, “vertigo like symptoms”, heart palpitations, headaches, tinnitus ringing, etc… 

 

we both received our second dose of Pfizer in February. Symptoms started about 2-3 weeks after the second shot. 5 months of financial pain, dismissive doctors and specialists, false tests, and battles with short term disability (she was admitted to ER in late April and has since then been off work) later, we finally saw a neurologist who was able to diagnose her with disautnomia, specifically POTS. My fiancé was extremely healthy prior to this, an avid kickboxer and hiker that worked out 6 days a week. Now we lay in bed most days cause of her symptoms.

Diagnosis was achieved through a tilt table test at the Mayo Clinic, followed by an EMG done by neurologist at the office. Neurologist confirmed this was a side effect of the vaccine. His office is part of n international study on the long term effects of the vaccine. For clarification this is also the second neurology office we have been to, and have also seen a cardiologist, ENT, pcp, Hearing test doctor (forget the name), different neurologist, and we are seeing a hematologist to rule out secondary issues. 

 

look up POTS/disautonomia to your doctors, and get tests for your nervous system. This vaccine apparently is affecting your nerves ability to function properly, which prevents blood vessel constriction to control blood pressure, cause your heart to over compensate. This is our case anyway. She has never had any issues remotely similar to this before and she is 29. People are being misdiagnosed worldwide, and most doctors are hesitant to chase a potential vaccine side effect due to pressure in the medical community, and social stigma against “anti-vaxxer’s”. Do not settle for an anxiety diagnosis or other types of write-off suggestions from your doctors. 

as far as treatment, due to the situation involving short term disability we have not experimented much in treatment other than shit like Naproxin, and other unhelpful meds. So far she has done 2 months of vestibular therapy recommended by the ENT, and is taking a minor dose of a mood stabilizer for help sleeping (amitriptyline 10mg) and Relpax 20mg as needed for migraines/headaches. True treatment has not begun due to her recent diagnosis and the neurologist wanting to make sure other issues are not present. The diagnosis was about 3 weeks ago now. This has been a 5 month long fight. Learn from all the stress, financial strain, and despair we have endured for half a year, and be persistent on seeking tests to rule out nervous system/immune response issues. We are one example of many that have had this type of long term disorder come from the vaccine, it’s just severely underreported and being ignored for as long as possible by a lot of the medical community again due to social pressure to promote said vaccine, and because of the political nature of the discussion. 

Hope you all get resolution to these issues, and I wish you all the best.


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Posted by: @jbeatthis1

@heybro was your a longhaired due to covid or Vax?

 

Pfizer vaccine.


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Posted by: @slade

I’ve been lurking thread since April, and now I will share what I have learned.

my fiancé developed all the same symptoms as most people in here: diziness, “vertigo like symptoms”, heart palpitations, headaches, tinnitus ringing, etc… 

 

we both received our second dose of Pfizer in February. Symptoms started about 2-3 weeks after the second shot. 5 months of financial pain, dismissive doctors and specialists, false tests, and battles with short term disability (she was admitted to ER in late April and has since then been off work) later, we finally saw a neurologist who was able to diagnose her with disautnomia, specifically POTS. My fiancé was extremely healthy prior to this, an avid kickboxer and hiker that worked out 6 days a week. Now we lay in bed most days cause of her symptoms.

Diagnosis was achieved through a tilt table test at the Mayo Clinic, followed by an EMG done by neurologist at the office. Neurologist confirmed this was a side effect of the vaccine. His office is part of n international study on the long term effects of the vaccine. For clarification this is also the second neurology office we have been to, and have also seen a cardiologist, ENT, pcp, Hearing test doctor (forget the name), different neurologist, and we are seeing a hematologist to rule out secondary issues. 

 

look up POTS/disautonomia to your doctors, and get tests for your nervous system. This vaccine apparently is affecting your nerves ability to function properly, which prevents blood vessel constriction to control blood pressure, cause your heart to over compensate. This is our case anyway. She has never had any issues remotely similar to this before and she is 29. People are being misdiagnosed worldwide, and most doctors are hesitant to chase a potential vaccine side effect due to pressure in the medical community, and social stigma against “anti-vaxxer’s”. Do not settle for an anxiety diagnosis or other types of write-off suggestions from your doctors. 

as far as treatment, due to the situation involving short term disability we have not experimented much in treatment other than shit like Naproxin, and other unhelpful meds. So far she has done 2 months of vestibular therapy recommended by the ENT, and is taking a minor dose of a mood stabilizer for help sleeping (amitriptyline 10mg) and Relpax 20mg as needed for migraines/headaches. True treatment has not begun due to her recent diagnosis and the neurologist wanting to make sure other issues are not present. The diagnosis was about 3 weeks ago now. This has been a 5 month long fight. Learn from all the stress, financial strain, and despair we have endured for half a year, and be persistent on seeking tests to rule out nervous system/immune response issues. We are one example of many that have had this type of long term disorder come from the vaccine, it’s just severely underreported and being ignored for as long as possible by a lot of the medical community again due to social pressure to promote said vaccine, and because of the political nature of the discussion. 

Hope you all get resolution to these issues, and I wish you all the best.

So what has actually helped?


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JBeatthis1
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@heybro glad he got help. I'm 10 days away from my telemed appt with same group. Hoping to finally shake this. 


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Posted by: @jbeatthis1

@heybro glad he got help. I'm 10 days away from my telemed appt with same group. Hoping to finally shake this. 

oh please let me know how it goes!!!


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@slade I know that these words won't help much, but I pray that her afflictions go away, that there is no permanent damage and that she's just unlucky in the sense that it takes longer to vaccine to stop acting against her.

I respect both of you that you didn't give up and are still fighting this. I can only imagine the struggle, especially after such a long time, because of which I express gratitude that you were willing to share your story. 


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Shona Cook
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@revill7 

I am a 50 year old woman.

Had my 1st Pfizer shot (no side effects).

Had my 2nd shot on Sunday, 15th August 2021. This morning, 20th August 2021 I woke up, turned over onto my left hand side and the room just started spinning. Took a few minutes to settle down. After that I had mild nausea. my arms also feel very heavy, my vision feels blurry and it feels as if there is a pressure at the base of my skull.

I was shocked to see how many people apparently are experiencing this (when I googled possible side effects).

I went to my GP, she checked me out and advised that I had an inner ear infection in my left ear, which seems to coincide with what happened when I woke this morning. She made me lie down with my head hanging over the end of the exam table, turned my head to the right..(didn't feel too bad) but when she turned my head to the left, Oh my word...the room instantly started spinning. It was aweful.

She has diagnosed an inner ear infection ..... but I feel that it has somehow been caused by the jab. I never have ear problems.

I have been prescribed anti-nausea and cortisone tablets....so we shall see.

I really hope that this resolves quickly and isn't a long term issue.

 


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