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@pfizervictim 

I had my eyes checked by 4 different doctors , everything came back normal. One eye doctor said that it is because of the vaccine. He put me on eye drops with steroids and gave me steroids pills. 


   
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@thenystagmus 

it goes away. Did it 4 times in the past few months. 


   
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Has anyone been successful getting their hypoglicemia at bay during these episodes? If so, what kind of steps you have followed please? Did you see and endicronologist? I am gathering most of cognitive, vision, balance issues has got to do with how the pancreas is effected in producing insulin during cytokine stroms and if anyone has any wisdom to share on this I would appreciate it. Speedy recovery to all of us. 


   
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I wish I had found this site earlier.

I had both Moderna vaccinations with the only side effect feeling like a mild hangover.

60 year old male on no medications, healthy, exercise. I did have the shingles in my teens. Did the vaccine wake up the herpes zoster virus I already had?

13 weeks after my second vaccination, my left ear stopped up and I had slight pressure. I went to the walk-in clinic 3 days later and was given antibiotics for an inner ear infection. That same night I hit the floor with my first vertigo attack. Violent vomiting & diarrhea. I thought I was having a reaction to the antibiotic. Made it through the night and the doctor prescribed another antibiotic. 3 days later another vertigo attack, this one sent me to the ER. Possible murky fluid behind left ear drum causing vertigo, keep taking antibiotics & gave me meclizine for dizziness. I saw an ENT the following week and she started me on an anti-viral med and prednisone.  I also had a complete hearing test and she suggested a MRI if the meds don’t work. She mentioned Meniere ’s disease.

I was having equilibrium/dizzy/nausea spells every day lasting 1-3 hours each. I had to lay flat until the symptoms went away. These spells are decreasing and I am into my fourth week. I still have increased ringing in both ears, still have left ear pressure, still feel like my equilibrium is off at times, and feel head pressure, headache and overall feel like crap most of the day. I have been working from home to avoid driving.

I see the ENT this coming week and plan to discuss this being vaccine related or induced.

Thanks to everyone who posted before me – I feel and empathize your pain!!

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My wife had surgery some days ago, so I've been taking care of her and doing most if not all household chores. I must say it went remarkably well so far, have had some moments where I felt light headed or got a small headache, but as soon as that happened I stopped with what I was doing and sat down and it would then disappear within 10 to 15 mins.

Hopefully I keep improving and will be back to normal again by the end of next month! 


   
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@charsen Simple and helpful, Dandelion and or Burdock Root tea are high

in inulin and other compounds that help, really help, regulate blood sugar.

I am convinced that Burdock Root tea got me through Covid in 2019; for days it

was all I could drink.  Never went to the doc.  Compare the contraindications of

Burdock or Dandelion to any drug you may take to regulate blood sugar.  Tea wins.


   
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@ladyru13 My partner had several episodes of what she described as 'wavy' vision, some weeks after her 2nd dose.  Also

a headband type headache that was not in the pattern of any headache she had ever had.  A $400 vision checkup found

nothing.


   
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@pfizervictim Glad that everything is going well 😉 Rest is necessary but after a few weeks you have to try to move forward. We then realize that we are able to do things even if we have to end the day very tired.


   
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@romaina Yeah, really hope I keep improving. Although I find the headache to be more annoying now than in the beginning. Before I felt terrible the whole day, now I feel pretty normal and want to do stuff, but still have to take it slow because else I get a headache again. Still gonna ask my doctor to do a full blood panel tho, just to be sure. 

But hopefully the end is in sight! 


   
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@bander56  I'm having very heavy head/ legs / arms. I'm 3 months and half and still have. Did this heavy feeling go away?? 


   
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Another message to Lili about the cyst issue.  I reported my situation to VAERS and I've been contacted through email twice for more info, so I know the CDC is at least looking at what happened to me.  If you're in the US, please also report what happened to you!


   
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@adamk that’s the route I’m on. I’m being treated for Lyme and coninfections. Haven’t got tests back. They sent my blood to igenexs in California. My doctor thinks I have Lyme and the vaccine somehow made it far worse. He claims he’s seen 17 patients who had Lyme or didn’t know get the shot and got very sick. Something to look into to. Try to find a Lyme literate doctor and see what they say. 


   
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Has anyone's twitching stopped? I'm struggling with them in my forehead now and the headaches and face pressure are dreadful. I'm 3 months post first pfizer and seeing neuro next week. Clear bloods, ct and mri so far. 

So fed up. Its ruining my life and my relationships 😪


   
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@seyek I have lightheadness 5months after second shot all my tests are normal


   
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@jacquelynsauriol thank you so much i am going to give both a try. Have you experienced dizziness, balance and vision issues yourself? God bless! 


   
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