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(@sissy)
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@bzzz I’m new on here can anyone tell me how to make a post? Not just a reply.


   
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MemphisMel
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@k-shoo that's great. Most people do just fine. And then there are the rest of us. Whenever someone asks me about me reaction the follow it with "well I did just fine and so did all of my friends". I'm sure they are coming from a good place but it is an alienating thing to say.


   
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@tiredofthisdrama It could either be POTS or Sinus Tachyardia idk which one tbh, I haven't been able to get an appointment with a cardiologist over the last couple of weeks so idk for sure. 


   
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Posted by: @pfizervictim

Week 8, still having side effects. Not much has changed from last week, wondering if it's still side effects or just anxiety and all in my head? Slowly going crazy, this is also taking a toll on my relationship with my wife, she misses the person who I was before I got my shot. Can't blame her, I miss him too. 

I can totally relate. I am no fun to be around. It is hard to make plans when you have no idea what tomorrow brings. I miss my old self as well. She's in there... I can hear her fighting this. 


   
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It's been 4 weeks since I got my vaccine and some of my symptoms have been decreasing in severity. My light sensitivity and disorientation improved, I'm able to sit in front of my pc for longer periods of time which I do appreciate. My brain fog and difficulty focusing have improved a bit still lingers but its good to see some improvement. My vision improved a bit from the start, when this first started it felt like I had a veil over my right eye along with some floaters. My vision now is a lot better and I think the floaters still linger I just don't really notice them as much. I haven't had a super painful headache in a while although I do still feel slight of fullness/numbness in my head along with dull aches from time to time, I still need to get to a neurologist which should be this Friday if things go well. My tremors and muscle twitching are less severe but I still have a bit of numbness/weakness along the left side of my body I'm hoping that improves with time as well. I had heart palpitations and pain but that got less severe as well, now I'm just left with an elevated heartbeat. I need to see a cardiologist for that soon enough. The only thing that really bothers me now is just my GI issues, acid reflux on top of not digesting my food that well. If anyone has any remedies for this please let me know. I can attribute some of my recovery to the vitamin regiment that I saw on this website the combination of glutathione, quercetin, and zinc helped me out a lot at the start I also recommend melatonin as it does have anti inflammatory properties. Right now it feels like I hit a wall in my recovery, it doesn't feel like the vitamins are helping much anymore. I feel like I'm about 50% hopefully with more patients I can get back to 70 or 80 in the coming weeks. I just hope that soon I'm able to see some specialists and they could point me on the right track to regaining my health. 


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I forgot to mention that I also feel like I develop slightly new symptoms as time goes on, I've been a lot more itchy recently and I've been losing a bit of my hair but I think that's due to stress I don't really know for sure.


   
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Posted by: @anotherone92

I initially posted here a few months ago but thought it best for my mental health to stay away. The "good" news is that I've since been diagnosed by my GP (after being shut down by A&E three times with anxiety or nothing at all) with chronic inflammation. He told me that time will do its thing and it will pass. In the meantime, some of my symptoms have improved, some have gotten better only to get worse, and some are brand new.

I've had itchiness; red dots on my skin; tinnitus; shortness of breath; throat inflammation; aches and pains everywhere; insomnia; dizziness; stiffness in several places; my legs buckling for no reason; heart palpitations and more. It's begun to cycle quickly now, with some symptoms that last minutes, others hours, others days/weeks.

At the moment I'm experiencing the worst/strangest anxiety I've ever had along with temporary moments of depression, suicidal ideation, and crying fits, despite being mentally fine just a few days ago. I can feel depressed for 2 hours only for it to pass as quickly as it came, but neither my depression or anxiety feel real. It's hard to describe, but they feel purely physiological; when I pick it apart I'm not actually sad or anxious about anything, certainly not to this extreme anyway. When I am, it feels incredibly heightened - a single anxious thought feels like its supercharged and spirals.

Either way, it's a nightmare to live through and, 2.5 months out, this is by far the lowest point despite other symptoms improving.

I'm doing everything I can to hold on; has anyone else had similar psychiatric symptoms? Could do with any kind of reassurance - I'm at a real low.

This experience totally messes with your head. I have some really low days fueled by anxiety and anger. For me its not a side effect of the vaccine but a byproduct. Hang in there. You are not alone.


   
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Im on day 6 pfizer 29yrs

Had kind of panic shock after 10min

Told doctor they told me its normal 

Went hospital after worried from panic

Felt left arm and chest weird feeling like tingle or tense

Went home and took pannadol was little better had dinner coz i went there with out eating couple hours before

Next day was bad tired sore arm chest left side under arm aka LYMPH 

Day 3 was kind of same less fatigue q bit till i went for walk couldn't breath properly w mask 

Day 4 slightly geting better day 5 better lil more now day 6 much better still getting anxious here and there little bit of tingle here and there slightly no pain ,tinggling mostly left bottom rib line chest and upper chest abit changes

Hoping everythings ok from here this is 1st shot by the way

 

What i dont under stand is this about the doctors how would they know if i have an alergic reaction at that time or not qnd wether they should give me some medicine on spot to help ,if anyone here is doctor can help me before i get my 2nds dose on 9th sep 21so i know what to tell them also i am thinking of doing 2nd shot in right arm this time i am right handed.

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Hi, I had my first dose of Pziefer on June 9th and the second on June 30th. All my symptoms started 5 days after the first dose but mild and everything got way worse after second dose. I have had multiple tests and like all of you guys, they came back normal and I was treated for anxiety. I knew it wasn't that. I had bad headaches, racing heart, feeling like I was going to pass out, weak legs and arms, hair loss, nausea, couldn't sleep etc. Things have slowly been better, with every week it gets better for me. Vitamin supplements may not help everyone but it has been a game changer for me. I take L. Glutathione, zinc, quercetin, vit C, Ashwagandha, B complex, omega 3, collagen, tumeric, probiotics, vit D3, magnesium and a multi vitamin. Doctors couldn't help me so I went this route. 2 weeks in to this route and this is the best I have felt 2 1/2 months. I am sleeping great. Still have mild symptoms throughout my week but not daily and my symptoms are less intense. I am going to do a 3 day fast. I believe I am having a neuro inflammation issue and when I treat it as such I see relief. I still can't do anything that raises my heart rate or symptoms  get worse but I can do my daily tasks and work with feeling almost like myself again. Limit screen time because it makes my eyes shaky but not as bad as it use to. This forum has given me great hope and support. So now that I am seeing relief I want to share my experience. In hopes it can help someone else. Dr. Livingood has also help me understand why my body is having this reaction and how to treat it more naturally. I will share the link below for anyone wanting to watch it. Hang in there everyone. It does get better. So sorry we are  all going through this. 

https://www.facebook.com/drlivingood/videos/2925391877709743/

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Been having issues since end of May. Almost September and I still am not recovered after rounds of medication.

I am tired of dealing with this! 


   
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@sissy you should be able to post now. 😊


   
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(@yi03)
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@joelenemm What do you do for your neuro inflammation issues? I am having that now. I have a lack of sensation/stimulation. Brain feels numb and always foggy. Any tips? 🙂


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@yi03 rest was important for me but not laying down to rest. When I  up I stay in an upright position for the rest of day. It's hard to do but the up and down throughout my day made it worse. I also feel that the glutathione, quercetin, zinc, vitamin c, omega, tumeric helped as well. That's when I noticed my symptoms happening less often and my headaches were gone completely. A good diet is important for me because I was not a healthy eater. When I eat vegetables and good fat foods my symptoms got better. When I cave into bad fat foods, process foods, red meat then my symptoms would get worse for days sometimes. I kept a journal of my foods, vitamins, medications( which I am no longer on. They didn't help me) sleep patterns, activity level. So that way I could look back and see what made me feel better and what didn't. The first 2 months I thought it was never going to end but now I have hope and see progress. So I believe I  on the right road.


 


   
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Week 3 i am losing weight like crazy! Has anyone experienced weight loss as ongoing? I was bed ridden for near 12 days and ate very minimal thinking deinking fluids and not overloading mu body would help my immunity target the right things in my body. Anyone experienced improvement of weight gain at some point? Please help! Desperate for success stories! Sending everyone prayers and well wishes for a speedy recovery. 


   
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@jenpeg hello, yes I am in the UK. I am in for a long wait neurology wise so please update me if you get a chance to see yours first.

I'm hoping this will ease with time but who knows. I was a healthy 30 year old prior to my first jab! You are not going crazy. These symptoms are very will but I don't think they are life limiting so please don't think that way. We have to try to remain positive and all be in this forum knowing we are here together xx


   
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