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Tabby
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Posted by: @thenystagmus
Posted by: @lpycb42

@jwblue 20 weeks after shot doesn't seem to be reasonable at all.  It's just too much time passing for it to be realistically associated with the actual shot.  It may be something else.

Only our hairdressers know for sure! 😅

(I see you did have some other symptoms earlier on, so who can say...?)

Seriously, I've been thinking about how these prolonged symptoms we share about here aren't being bandied about by most medical professionals as being likely to be associated with these Covid vaccines, so getting out the word of mouth information by those of us so affected is so important, even if it is being countered as being misinformation by some.

Just think, then the next time they hear about them from someone else, the evidence mounts. So, I think telling your family, extended family, neighbor, medical professionals, dentist, eye doctor, store clerks, and even your hairdresser, etc. is as important as a VAERS or Yellow Card report ...maybe even more so! The more prior credibility you have with the person you're sharing with, the stronger your evidence! 👍

"A little child declared the Emperor wore no clothes..." 😲

I agree, I've told as many people as I have had contact with including 4 doctors, 1 dentist, 2 pharmacists, receptionists, nurses, neighbours and family. I even wrote to the BBC but didn't get a reply. If I see news articles online where you can comment then I do so. I feel determined to let as many people know about mine and other people's symptoms post vax because I am fed up with being ignored. I've not had much of a reaction from the professional people mentioned apart from one doctor who suggested I may have had contact with covid prior to the vax and that might explain my reaction to it. The others don't want to know. My mother has told me that she hasn't been the same since having her vax and my husband is now feeling it too. Everyone I know in my neighbourhood seem to be ok after their jabs. On the other side of the spectrum, one of my neighbours caught covid in 2020 and was hospitalsed, she still has trouble breathing and finds it difficult to climb the stairs. All I want is for us to be heard and supported and not be made to feel like an alien from another planet. 😊🙏


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dragonlover
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Posted by: @thenystagmus
Posted by: @lpycb42

@jwblue 20 weeks after shot doesn't seem to be reasonable at all.  It's just too much time passing for it to be realistically associated with the actual shot.  It may be something else.

Only our hairdressers know for sure! 😅

(I see you did have some other symptoms earlier on, so who can say...?)

Seriously, I've been thinking about how these prolonged symptoms we share about here aren't being bandied about by most medical professionals as being likely to be associated with these Covid vaccines, so getting out the word of mouth information by those of us so affected is so important, even if it is being countered as being misinformation by some.

Just think, then the next time they hear about them from someone else, the evidence mounts. So, I think telling your family, extended family, neighbor, medical professionals, dentist, eye doctor, store clerks, and even your hairdresser, etc. is as important as a VAERS or Yellow Card report ...maybe even more so! The more prior credibility you have with the person you're sharing with, the stronger your evidence! 👍

"A little child declared the Emperor wore no clothes..." 😲

My feeling is, and always has been that the way the word will get out is word of mouth.  The government or their agencies won't acknowledge it; neither will the medical community.  I've told as many people as I can, but too many of them also deny it--they didn't have a problem and neither did anyone they know--therefore the side effects aren't real or are being grossly exaggerated.  I have been  accused of "trying to discourage others from being vaccinated", I've been namecalled, and I've been lectured and berated for spreading "lies".  I couldn't care less if others choose to risk the shot.  But they should know what they might be getting into before they make that choice.  I think it will be only a matter of time before there are many people who either had a bad reaction themselves or personally know of someone who did.


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dragonlover
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Posted by: @thenystagmus
Posted by: @romaina

Someone know this site ?

https://www.vaxlonghaulers.com/

@thenystagmus

I hope things will change and that one day our symptoms will be recognized. I am thinking of a single person not having found this site he must be in even more panic.

No, I did not know that site, but that is amazing! We are not alone!

I've been that person alone 🤢😵😩 Being here together makes this more sane, bearable. Still crazy, but we know we're in it together.

Yes, Yay! ....recognition is coming! I can smell it! 🤗

We must continue to have faith that this will finally come to light.  We must continue to do what we can in spreading the word.  I ask those here who are people of faith to please pray for that to happen, that the truth comes to light. 


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Jasmine
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@courtneymchale2288 thanks for connecting. I had the  Pfizer on June 6th and can happily say...THANK GOD...all those nasty symptoms have now gone away.My first shot was Astra Zenica. I had the brain fog, head pressure, migraines, dizziness, unbalanced feeling, light headedness, wooziness and the other symptom was fight or flight feelings. Or you can describe it as  severe  adeneline rushes. Or writing the most important exam in your life.  Almost like panic/anxiety attacks.Those came  on and off  through this whole ordeal. That was the last thing to get to get better.   I was so glad to have connected with this group. I was encouraged when some said that 12 weeks was the  timeframe they had in getting better.  I want others not to lose hope and be encouraged that it should get better! Good luck to all.


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Vertigo
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@isismadec Thank you for your input. I was hesitant to take the 1st shot and now regret it. Think I’m going to pass on the 2nd. 


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People, I have a very difficult week behind of me, mostly due to the reappearance of anxiety/panic attacks (am almost at week 8). Can someone please tell me that these past and stay gone forever as this whole ordeal took its toll on me. 


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Thank you both for sharing your experience. 


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David81
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@jeank 

 

Hey Jean, so sorry this has brought up anxiety and panic attacks for you. When this first kicked in for me, one week after my 2nd Pfizer I thought it was anxiety that was causing it - weirdly though as I was pretty chilled out, on the first day of my holiday, in the middle of the countryside surrounded only by nice scenery, cows and a few chickens! I was glad to have found this site and on reddit too,  everywhere I look, on here, on reddit - people are getting better - that’s the main thing to keep ahold of. 6 weeks in and I’ve been down the road many have been down on here - blood tests all good - saw an ENT specialist in London who believes it’s vestibular migraines - (which can be down to an adverse reaction to medication) - though he didn’t say that at the time. What he did say was that there was already a rising number of cases of this before the pandemic and it’s shot up over the lockdown - high stress and lots of screen time he said were a big factor. Jury’s out for me - but I’ll do what he’s advised. He’s prescribed me a couple of things - I’ll update if they make a difference. But in the meantime try not to let it blend with anxiety, the dizziness is real and I think it can be easy to misinterpret the feeling and then bring on an anxiety attack and all the tough feelings and stress that come along with it so my advice is to try and separate the two in your mind if you can. In addition, the ENT guy gave me this advice which is just good anyway, stay hydrated (2ltrs of water a day), cut screen time, lower your stress levels, exercise - and those things can’t hurt anyone.

All the best Jean, hope you feel better.


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@jeank for me panic attacks are the cause of brain fog. At one point my mind says stop it can't be anymore being stupid and I start to imagine the worst. Sometimes it even lasts two hours, so it's a long time for a seizure ... After that, either I am released for a while or it gives way to a migraine in my eyes. I'm 8 weeks old like you.


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I also sometimes have the impression of not being able to make a gesture as if paralyzed but until today I have always been able to move forward and I have never fallen so it's rather reassuring let's say ...😗


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@romaina What bothers me most is that I was past these anxiety episodes, went out, even managed an occasional one-day-trip, but now back to step no. 1. So tired of all this even though I don't do anything substantial throughout the day. It is like my brain goes to overdrive practically for anything and stays in such a state until I don't either break or fall asleep. 


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@jeank HI Jean, don't worry they'll go away! I had the most terrible panic attacks for the first time in my live since I got vaccinated, but now at almost 10 weeks they're pretty much gone. Most of my symptoms have become less severe, the headaches are mild or not there at all, the dizziness isn't as bothersome anymore. I would say the only things that are still bothering me are the sore eyes and the ear pressure. The symptoms are now more of a nuisance than anything else really.

We'll get through this, can't give up so close to the finish! 


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@pfizervictim Thank you, that last sentence really went through.

Were you panic attacks triggered by something or completely random?

Concerning sore eyes, mine seem to stay fine if I drink at least a gallon a day, but that fills my stomach completely. Lost 30lbs in the last two months...


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@jeank In the beginning they where random, later on they got triggered by certain event's like going to the grocery store or at night when I woke up after having a bad dream (which I got after the vaccine, most horrible evil dreams you can imagine). 

Yeah, noticed that in the evening my eyes are usually doing better, must be because of all the water and I also lost alot of weight, think that's because I've been eating healthy to lower inflammation. 


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I continued to work during these two months as much to say that one day we were horrible. I do a job where I sometimes have to speak in front of hundreds of people, and I thought several times that I would not go to the end. Strangely, my ill-being is not really visible I think. I finished some days completely emptied and other better. I was able to go out in the evening with friends but the symptoms are still debilitating. And above all worrying. Maybe you have to do violence to yourself try to live normally even if the fear of discomfort or a panic attack is possible


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