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(@marieski858)
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@mountainmama YES YES AND YES!! I ended up in the ER 3 weeks ago (3 weeks post my second Pfizer vax) from severe dizziness and lightheadedness, this weird unexplainable dreaded feeling in my head that made me think I was having a stroke or heart attack) Still no real answers minus a slipped disc in my neck they discovered on MRI BUT DAILY I’m so dizzy. Worse if I look up or down or move my head too quickly. I’m 37, quite healthy with 2 young toddlers and I haven’t been able to drive or go out as I’m so uncomfortable and lightheaded all the time…have been seeing an acupuncturist and trying to detox what the vaccine most likely has caused but to no avail…desperate for answers, don’t think it’s BPPV or vertigo really according to my docs. It’s horrible! 


   
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@twitch I’m sorry hope you feel better soon 🙏🏻


   
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(@itsellemontry)
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Hello guys.

2 months from the start of the symptoms (problems with balance, feeling of being in the boat) and I am still fighting. certainly the situation has improved, I can work better. but that horrible feeling of walking on a flying carpet does not leave me. Can anyone tell me how I could mitigate it? i am taking vitamin c, turmeric, quercetin, but nothing seems to do the trick. I'm starting to get depressed. thank you all, I hope you recover soon.


   
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(@charsen)
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Has anyone recovered from losing muscle? I feel like my muscles are melting. Please help! I am a mom of a toddler and dont get to have much time to spend jogging or outdoors? Has anyone waited it out to get better? Please help!


   
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@dizzzy2021 hello i have been following your comments on this forum , i hope you are doing good now , can you please update your case do you feel good now ?, can you give us some tricks to fight brainfog thank you so much


   
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I spoke to my GP this morning for our monthly check-up who informed me he's seeing more and more patients come to him with the same sorts of reactions. He thinks it will hit the media in a few months because of how many more cases he's seeing (I'm based in the UK, for what it's worth).

He's also seeing it more commonly after the second dose, though it hit me after my first. For what it's worth, he's not concerned and hasn't been throughout this process - he just thinks it will take time to pass. I hope that provides a small crumb of comfort to anyone whose doctor isn't as understanding!


   
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@cheridoerhotmail-com thank you


   
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25 yrs, female,  healthy with no medical conditions. I had a severe reaction to my first and only AZ jab. I'm 3 and half months in with no relief, here are to my symptoms

Very heavy head/ legs / arms 

Terrible headaches 

Dizziness/ balance issues 

Tingling/ numbness/ muscle twitches / tremors / stiff muscles 

Burning hands/ feet

Excruciating legs pain 

Ear pressure/ sinus 

Tight chest / Difficulty breathing 

Extreme fatigue/ Difficulty walking 

Difficulty swallowing food / throat is closing 

Feeling feverish without having a fever 

Veins/ Blood vessels are more prominent in my hands and feet

Did lots of bloodwork and all came back clear except for ESR ( high ). They gave me a steriod shot and It didn't do anything and doctors don't know how to help. It feels like my Immune system is attacking my body. I'm really depressed, can't no longer work and in bed 24/7 

I've been taking vitamin D3, vitamin C , Zinc, magnesium but nothing seems to help. I'm devastated. Has anyone recovered from this?? I'm 25 for God's sake !!!

 

 

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(@senjiro69)
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Hi, first.time here on the site; hope everyone's doing alright.  I just took my second moderna shot on the Sept 4th, and within the first week, I felt like I was dealing with something much worse than a concussion. Lots of pressure of the left side of.my head, constant headaches, trouble thinking, remembering, reasoning, and it feels like a complete personality shift.  I don't know how many of you guys have dealt with this sort of thing, but it's been an absolute nightmare.  I'm praying that whatever this is, it'll go away with time. Don't feel anything like.myself at all, and people close to me have even mentioned I'm acting different.  I expected the arm soreness, body aches, fatigue, etc. but this is awful.  I've been reading about some people having brain fog caused by the vaccine; not sure if thats what this really is.  Please let.me.know if anyone here's had this sort of thing happen with the vaccine before.  Thanks so.much for your time.


   
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@anotherone92 I really hope that's the case, I'm almost 3 months in now and while most symptoms have gone away or diminished, I'm still not how I was pre vax.

Also I really hope this gets the attention it deserves in the media, and experts and doctors can give people the answers they need. 


   
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(@katie)
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@marieski858 

I’ve been on this forum for over 6 months now. Your story sounds similar to mine-similar ages, symptoms, timeframe, and I also found out I had some major issues with alignment in my neck. You should read my posts about upper cervical spine treatment!! If you click my name and then click on “activity” you can see my previous posts. Hope something in there helps! I’m 30 and also have a young toddler at home and it’s been SOOOO miserable and hard. It’s heart breaking really. 


   
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(@pfizervictim)
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https://theexpose.uk/2021/08/30/american-scientists-confirm-toxic-graphene-oxide-and-more-in-covid-injections/ someone send me this, not sure if true but if it is then people need to know! 


   
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Posted by: @marieski858

@mountainmama YES YES AND YES!! I ended up in the ER 3 weeks ago (3 weeks post my second Pfizer vax) from severe dizziness and lightheadedness, this weird unexplainable dreaded feeling in my head that made me think I was having a stroke or heart attack) Still no real answers minus a slipped disc in my neck they discovered on MRI BUT DAILY I’m so dizzy. Worse if I look up or down or move my head too quickly. I’m 37, quite healthy with 2 young toddlers and I haven’t been able to drive or go out as I’m so uncomfortable and lightheaded all the time…have been seeing an acupuncturist and trying to detox what the vaccine most likely has caused but to no avail…desperate for answers, don’t think it’s BPPV or vertigo really according to my docs. It’s horrible! 

@marieski858 So sorry you’re in this same, awful boat.  I’m a mother of a toddler too.  I’m a bit farther out than you (4.5 months since my second dose of Moderna).  I’ve had an MRI, CT Scan, evaluation by a PCP, PT (no BPPV), and ENT.  I’m going to see a neurologist whenever I can get a referral and get in.  But given my clean MRI, the docs don’t think there will be anything to diagnose.  

It’s been a long road, but I hope you can be encouraged to know that I did get better and felt almost completely normal with just some slight dizziness every now and then.  Though I relapsed with no clear triggering event. It hasn’t been as bad as the original 3-4 weeks of onset.  The tingling, brain fog, and visual distortions have been super scary, though, especially as they seem to coincide with my tinnitus flaring up and it’s always worse at night.  I literally almost went to the ER last night but I figured I didn’t have any classic emergent symptoms, like chest pain or headache, so I waited it out and was mercifully able to sleep.

Anyway, I’m going to try the FLCCC protocol ( https://covid19criticalcare.com/covid-19-protocols/i-recover-protocol/ ) + the supplements listed by @onaboatforover30days said worked (see their post on page 349, July 4).  My ENT also offered to prescribe the Fluvoxamine (in the FLCCC protocol) for me if my neurologist doesn’t have any answers.  I’ll keep posting updates as I have them in the hopes it helps anyone like me, desperate for solutions beyond hope and prayer (of which there is a lot).


   
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(@nehru1)
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Wanted to share my experience. I’m a 29 year old male with no health issues. May 10th I got my first AstraZeneca shot. The same night I had fever headache high heart rate heart palpitations and anxiety that lasted till the morning, never felt that bad in my life. Afterwards I felt normal till one month later I got massive panic attacks. Even when the panic attacks went away my heart rate would go up when I stand up or walk a few feet. It was very confusing because I wasn’t panicking. From that day forward I’ve been feeling at high alert and getting anxious for any little issue and sometimes would turn into a panic attack. July 6th I got the second dose and still dealt with anxiety and heart racing if I do anything. Felt head pressure weakness and restless legs, shaky hands. Doctors checked my heart and full blood work said I’m fine that I just have anxiety. It didn’t make sense to me since I didn’t know what I was anxious about and I never had anxiety issues in the past. I’m a pilot who deals with high stress regularly so this anxiety thing is very new to me. I am two months one week from the second shot and I know that I’m slowly getting better because a lot of the old symptoms like headaches weakness and restless legs have gone, but new symptoms seem to show up as time progresses but not as intense. I now get a ringing in my ear and some sort or adrenaline rush which is less intense than the panic attacks and I have lingering anxiety, can’t deal with stress like I use to. After the two month mark is when I feel like I got a relapse. Is anyone still feeling this way after two months? 


   
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@charsen When I had Covid 2019 I lost 12 pounds in a week, and I was already thin.  That was not like anything I had experienced.  I gradually gained the weight back.  I am unvaxxed.  I found an article that briefly discusses muscle wasting post injection, so I hear you.

https://academic.oup.com/qjmed/advance-article/doi/10.1093/qjmed/hcab043/6153978   

Organic rice congee (crock pot simmered to a gruel), bone broth, burdock root tea roasted or raw, dandilion root tea, and slippery elm powder tea all may help you get the right kind of nutrition to keep your weight up, especially if regular foods don't sound apealing.  I will continue to look for other solutions and pass them on re muscle tissue ok. 

also this on homeopathy from the Medscape site

https://www.medscape.com/sites/public/covid-19/vaccine-insights/how-concerned-are-you-about-vaccine-related-adverse-events, by a person 'NG'

So, as many of you know, vaccines are based on the early work of homeopaths, who actually created vaccine therapy. However, even back then, hundreds of years ago, the homeopaths learned that vaccines also triggered major illness in some people. They called this vaccinosis. (Today, we call it vaccine injury. ) Luckily, though, the homeopath also discovered that certain homeopathic remedies were very good at treating vaccinosis. "Thuja occidentalis" is probably the most well-known remedy for treating it, but there are also many others, too. To learn more about this, you can google "homeopathy for vaccinosis" and "homeopathic remedies for vaccinosis" and you'll find a wealth of information online. There's also a very good online homeopathic journal (which is free) called www.hpathy.com, with articles from homeopathic physicians across the world. I think there have been quite a few articles in the journal recently about treating vaccine injury in the journals. (I am not affiliated in any way at all with the online journal...I just like reading it from time to time.) Anyway, I hope this info helps some of you. Feel better soon.


   
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