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MemphisMel
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@pfizervictim Ice packs and sleep were the only thing that worked for me.


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PfizerVictim
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@memphismel thanks, how long did it take for your headaches to go completely away? 


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MemphisMel
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@pfizervictim they were consistent every day for a good two weeks. Like a hat that was too small. Think infant hat on an adult…

I get them occasionally now but not like they were initially.


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Estonia
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Fun fact. Today I just read about apple, which has an anti-inflammatory effect. And I eat 1 apple, after a few minutes I felt so much better. 
Maybe I should just only eat apples 😀

I was able to sleep a little longer tonight (i took 1 Imovane) and today I feel much better. But these annoying little nerve pains are still present in my foot, arm, and sometimes in my back. 

I'm gaining the courage to do a few days of water fasting, but since I've already lost 4kg and my stomach has been quite sensitive for the last 10 years, I haven't dared to take that step yet. And also I am planning to go on ozone therapy, I have read so much good about this. Anybody has already done this?

 

 


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Aurelia
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Hi guys,

did someone have blurred vision after vaccine and completely got rid of this? It is so frustrating. Since 4 months not possible to focus my eyes. Dr Patterson describes that monozytes carry that spike protein for some months in long haulers which leads to disturbance blood flow and oxygen depletion in brain. I hope so much that this theory is correct and once the monocytes with spike protein are degrated it will recover. It is do frustrating. Before I was a healthy woman of 25 and now Im full of fears to never be healthy again 🙁


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RomainA
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for me after a first week where I felt good Today has certainly been the worst day since the beginning. The brain fog hit me very hard in the afternoon I don't know if it's a panic attack But I felt like I was totally losing control Feeling like I couldn't do a single move I was at work and had limited visual hallucinations while driving. But really the worst part was this kind of paralysis. I did not do an MRI because doctor and neurologist tell me that there is no need. But the fear of something more serious like a tumor or multiple sclerosis takes my life away. I used to have severe symptoms all the time but after 2 months things are really tough on my morale, I don't know if I'm getting used to it or if things are getting worse. ☹️


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dragonlover
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@memphismel I've only had one but my doctor has advised I get the second when I recover. I'm mortally terrified of doing so - I can't go through this again - and I'm equally scared of being unvaccinated and catching Covid. No idea what to do.

It's just beyond  me that doctors would push the second shot on someone who had such a terrible reaction from the first one,.  The saddest part is, if this was anything else, they would definitely be telling anyone who had a bad reaction that they should NOT take it again. This attitude and the continuing denial of the side effects has caused me to lose all faith in the medical community.


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MemphisMel
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Posted by: @isismadec
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@memphismel I've only had one but my doctor has advised I get the second when I recover. I'm mortally terrified of doing so - I can't go through this again - and I'm equally scared of being unvaccinated and catching Covid. No idea what to do.

It's just beyond  me that doctors would push the second shot on someone who had such a terrible reaction from the first one,.  The saddest part is, if this was anything else, they would definitely be telling anyone who had a bad reaction that they should NOT take it again. This attitude and the continuing denial of the side effects has caused me to lose all faith in the medical community.

Yea me too. And I'm a nurse. 


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Sassafras
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Posted by: @memphismel
Posted by: @anotherone92

@memphismel I've only had one but my doctor has advised I get the second when I recover. I'm mortally terrified of doing so - I can't go through this again - and I'm equally scared of being unvaccinated and catching Covid. No idea what to do.

My doc said the same thing adding “do it for your son. He can’t get the vaccine”. Had to fight my middle finger from going up. I don’t think she really took my symptoms seriously. I am NOT getting the second. Not an MRNA vaccine… I’m spike protein intolerant 😆 

I like that view ...spike protein intolerant! 😅

Some things I think about regarding all this...

Those of us that are having these post Covid vaccination issues, ARE vaccinated - with either one or two doses. So, the question of whether to seek further vaccine has partially to do with what protection we should expect to be experiencing from our vaccination thus far.

I've done research on how much protection I should expect to have from one dose of Moderna vaccine compared to additional dosing and I'm not impressed that there's a big difference, maybe only an additional 2% ...surely not enough to entice me to risk the potential of more reaction. And some studies I read indicate that this protection is being increasingly found to be surprisingly long lasting.

I'm also willing to cope with the societal ramifications of being "partially vaccinated", rather than risk further disability from additional vaccine injury.

I'm looking forward to the day that we start being told what test results (antibody levels or whatever) might indicate we should expect to have adequate protection from having had Covid infection (whether we're aware we had it, or not) or Covid vaccination.

In the meantime, I would encourage those trying to decide about potential further vaccination to research the data on the vaccine you received to see what has been determined about your expected level of protection for the dosing you've had and use that to figure into your risk vs benefit.

Considering what I've experienced (and continue to experience) I regret getting this vaccine at all and wouldn't advise others to, but since I did, these are some of my thoughts...

 Best wishes! 😏🙏


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dragonlover
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Posted by: @thenystagmus

I'm also willing to cope with the societal ramifications of being "partially vaccinated", rather than risk further disability from additional vaccine injury.

 

I agree with you.  I'm not vaccinated at all but am absolutely not willing to risk the horrific side effects in order to have the so-called "privileges" that come with being vaccinated--especially considering that my doctor told me that it would be likely that I would suffer vestibular side effects if I did take it given my longstanding history of vestibular issues.  Not a risk I'm willing to take.  


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Tatippe
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@mmmaryinla did this clear up?  I’m having the exact problem but this just started three weeks ago and I’m wondering if you had any success in remedying the situation. 


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Sassafras
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Posted by: @thenystagmus

I'm also willing to cope with the societal ramifications of being "partially vaccinated", rather than risk further disability from additional vaccine injury.

I agree with you.  I'm not vaccinated at all but am absolutely not willing to risk the horrific side effects in order to have the so-called "privileges" that come with being vaccinated--especially considering that my doctor told me that it would be likely that I would suffer vestibular side effects if I did take it given my longstanding history of vestibular issues.  Not a risk I'm willing to take.  

With the "breakthrough" infections, a number of the "privileges" initially extended to the vaccinated have been withdrawn from them anyway.

In the population that has been vaccinated, these vaccines don't seem to be proving to be all we hoped them to be.

And, reportedly, children are now more becoming infected. I'm sure they'll consider that reason to push more strongly for them to be getting these vaccines. Mercy!

Every day, more and more communities and schools that weren't requiring masks are doing an about face and are now instituting mask mandates. Continued remote schooling has been seen as unadvisable and has been severely restricted by lawmakers for this school year in many areas in the US. School personnel have found themselves spending many many hours a day doing rapid Covid tests to try to obtain daily negative tests to keep those having been exposed in school.

Y'know, I'm really not wanting to crowd into some of those places being denied to the unvaccinated anyway. Yikes! They can have them!


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Julie
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@aurelia I received my J&J vaccine early April, and I’m still suffering from all the side effects of dizziness, vertigo, tinnitus, upset stomach, nausea.. started a couple of weeks after the shot. I also noticed my vision gets blurry and doubled very often. I went to the ophthalmologist, but the doctor didn’t see any problem. I would assume it’s from the inflammation of the brain. I often stay away from driving because of the visions and dizziness.  


dragonlover
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Posted by: @thenystagmus
Posted by: @isismadec
Posted by: @thenystagmus

I'm also willing to cope with the societal ramifications of being "partially vaccinated", rather than risk further disability from additional vaccine injury.

I agree with you.  I'm not vaccinated at all but am absolutely not willing to risk the horrific side effects in order to have the so-called "privileges" that come with being vaccinated--especially considering that my doctor told me that it would be likely that I would suffer vestibular side effects if I did take it given my longstanding history of vestibular issues.  Not a risk I'm willing to take.  

With the "breakthrough" infections, a number of the "privileges" initially extended to the vaccinated have been withdrawn from them anyway.

In the population that has been vaccinated, these vaccines don't seem to be proving to be all we hoped them to be.

And, reportedly, children are now more becoming infected. I'm sure they'll consider that reason to push more strongly for them to be getting these vaccines. Mercy!

Every day, more and more communities and schools that weren't requiring masks are doing an about face and are now instituting mask mandates. Continued remote schooling has been seen as unadvisable and has been severely restricted by lawmakers for this school year in many areas in the US. School personnel have found themselves spending many many hours a day doing rapid Covid tests to try to obtain daily negative tests to keep those having been exposed in school.

Y'know, I'm really not wanting to crowd into some of those places being denied to the unvaccinated anyway. Yikes! They can have them!

Even if I was vaccinated, I'd still be doing what I'm doing now.  I wouldn't travel, would continue to avoid crowded places, continue to avoid indoor dining, and not go anywhere I don't have to go.  And when I do go somewhere, I try to go at the times it will be the least crowded. There is a mask mandate here for everyone, vaccinated or not, since the vaccine is apparently neither preventing infection nor transmission.

Remote schooling isn't advisable but not sure how "advisable" in-person school is going to be.  It's a bad deal for the kids either way.  There was an outbreak in one school here the very first week of school. 


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Tabby
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Hey everyone,

I can't believe I'm still feeling this way since my first AZ jab end of February and the second in May. I've had some good days and even a good week when I was on ivermectin but I seem to be going backwards rather than forwards. Dizziness, brain fog (which is relatively new for me), tiredness, vision problems, balance problems, nausea (another new one for me), not so many headaches though, just a weird feeling in my head, not to mention the aching joints, neck and shoulders.

Today I felt like I was coming down with a cold but I think it's passed, just more weird symptoms I suppose. I did another LFT and it was negative.

I regret taking my second jab and definitely won't be getting a third. I don't see why I should put myself through any more of this nightmare until someone explains what is happening or even acknowledge that it is happening and give reassurance that it is only temporary.

So far I have spoken with three doctors and none have accepted that there is a connection with the vaccine, it's just been a waste of time speaking to them. It it wasn't for reading other testimonials here I think I'd have gone insane.

Sorry for the rant but I've got no one else to speak to about this except everyone here because I know what you are all going through too. I know others here still have symptoms months after having their jab and are as baffled as I am about this.  I try to believe it will pass with time but it's so difficult when it's so relentless and keeps dragging me down.😬 Perhaps tomorrow will be a better day for all of us🙏. Thank you for listening.

Best wishes all.😊🙏

 


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