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@swtammie78 sure did. It came back a week later 10 of the 14 test came back extremely high. I was labeled as not having long covid by the test but massive inflammation from the shot. I am working with dr to lower it with ivermectin and fluvoxamine. Some days are better than other as I’ve noticed that my allergies seem to worsen how much head pressure I get in a day.


   
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@callie Yes, I did have some insomnia for a couple of months. I kept waking up around 2/3am after getting 3 or 4 hours sleep which of course, doesn't help when your body is trying to heal and when you are trying to lift your mood. I took some Night Nurse on occasional nights and also some Phenergan which you can buy over the counter here in the UK. I only took half a tablet of these as they made me quite groggy the next day but at least I was sleeping for longer.

My sleeping now seems to be much better. I do have the odd night where I wake up wide awake in the early hours but I can catch up on the occasional night's lack of sleep easily enough. Hope that helps.


   
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@psargie I’ve been having it for 9 weeks now it’s terrible most nights only 3 hours sleep. Exactly it doesn’t help the body and I feel so tired throughout the day. Thanks for the suggestions I will see if any of those help! 
So glad to hear your sleeping is better. It really doesn’t help with anxiety when symptoms keep piling but I’m having some tests done so that may help ease my mind a bit and your positive response about the floaters and sleeping helps too. Thank you! 


   
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@psargie thanks for your answer, did your headache and other symptoms also get worse when you physically or mentally did something?

I have moments when I feel relatively fine, but as soon as do something demanding I get those crazy headache and fatigue symptoms which slowly disappear again if I lay down and rest for awhile. 


   
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Hi all,

Approaching week 12 this coming Tuesday.   I continue to have daily headaches, head pressure, dizziness, fatigue and nausea that improves in the mornings and returns over the course of the day.  Has anyone else experienced this type of daily pattern? 

Seeing another ENT on Tuesday and neurologist the following week. Has anyone been checked for intercranial pressure?  

Each day I hope will be my turning point.  Who knows, maybe today will be it!  Hope everyone feels better soon.

I too experience that same pattern...for me it begins between 4 and 5 PM...I call it the Moderna hour...seems to be worse for me in the evenings...


   
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@gingerjones for me it's the other way around, worst during the day but almost gone at night. 


   
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@apollo Thanks for sharing! I hope that your treatment plan is working 🙂


   
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@pfizervictim I´ve had it both ways. At the beginning of my symptoms, I had them at day and evening/night was fine. And recently I have had my symptoms especially in the evenings and sometimes at night. 

Tonight I had insomnia night again. yeei 😀 Finally, at 03:00 I took 1/2 of Imovane. Both of my kids were sick this week, so we have stayed at home, No school, and no kindergarten, so I was able to sleep longer in the morning. But I am still tired today.


   
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@pearl444 did you have any other symptoms? Like twitching or tingling in your extremities? Are you still improving? I’m 2 weeks out and today’s new symptom is some tingling in hands. It’s mainly been in my legs abs feet with twitch here abs there, brain fog, and other stuff.


   
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@ohjason I’m just over two months out from second shot and I felt the same thing yesterday at the left side of my throat, thought it was a sore throat but wasn’t as painful, it went away after a while. 


   
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@psargie how long did it take you to recover? 


   
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@callie My eye floaters aren't quite all gone but they are definitely not as noticeable as they were before so I'm hoping they are on their way out - that or I read your brain can get 'used' to them so it ignores them. I have had other eye problems too that developed (clicking sounds, double vision) but they seem to be better as well. I know it's much much easier said than done, but remain positive that it will subside eventually and that it may not be a linear recovery.


   
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@pfizervictim In the midst of it, I did force myself to go for relatively long walks - 'days out' to nearby areas - and I'd feel fine but then get there and feel fatigued, have some nausea and being just generally unwell to the point where my other half could visibly see a change in me.

This would last for an hour or two but then I'd slowly come around again. It was the same for a few weeks anytime I tried to do things other than stay at home, which I was getting frustrated at doing (I'm not a good 'ill' person haha). In the last month, I have been socialising again similar to how I was pre-vaccine with no negative effects.

 


   
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@saba are you all better now?


   
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@twitch I'd say around 3 months ish when my severe symptoms started to turn around. I do have some mild symptoms lingering but they are not interfering with my life half as much as they did and I am in the process of seeing various doctors about them - they have ruled out anything serious and could not establish (or did not want to say) the cause for my various issues.


   
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