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(@nisarg127)
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@aishara Thanks a lot for the reply. Yes Ive been doing vestibular exercises since 2 weeks now but not much of a difference. As for supplements, I take Vitamin C (I think you should add this since many are taking this and have found some improvement) and Uprise D3 60k once a week. I stopped doing vestibular exercises since last 3 days but I guess Ill resume after seeing your reply. Lets keep in touch about our recovery here on this forum. Will keep you updated if I find anything. One thing Id like to share is Zapiz (Clonazepam) 0.25mg doesnt help (or makes it worse maybe for me) but clonazepam 0.5mg helps immense when you get proper bouts of dizziness. The rocking and rowing feeling esp while walking, 0.25 x 2 reduced that almost 80% in 30 mins. The effects lasts a few days too. Initially I used to take it every alternate day and now Im taking it once a week only. It keeps me functional atleast. You can try. GP can give a prescription. Take care & good luck to you too 🙂 Completed 3 months today dizziness started and 2 months since 2nd shot and chronic dizziness. 


   
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@sashaschmidt 

I took steroids ( prednisone) for about 3 weeks. My doctor recommended that. He claims that the vaccine caused inflammation in my brain and behind my eyes. That’s what the protein does. It doesn’t hurt. 


   
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@babayorqun58 please let me know how you make it. I am planning to take a red eye soon, too. Good luck, I will send you a private message as your nickname sounds familiar to my mother tongue language. Good luck. 


   
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Is anyone experiencing pots and anxiety at the same time? 


   
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(@drsmith009)
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Hello

 

No Any Side Effect Of Vaccine. Because they make in lab with lots of research and trial. also ivermectin for humans work for Covid. but human can not use dog ivermectin.


   
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Posted by: @coco

Has anyone had bladder issues? It started 4 months post vaccine for me and my doctor suggested it might be related to the other  nervous issues from the vaccine. 

I had issues with my urine smelling a couple of weeks ago but I tested negative for a UTI. I've also recently started experiencing a very mild ache/pain on my left kidney area and infrequently stiffness on my right, along with urine that sometimes smells and sometimes doesn't. Sent off for another urine test this morning. What issues have you been having? 

I'm just hoping this is inflammation and nothing more - only so many health issues I can juggle at a time.


   
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@anotherone92 I know what you’re going through I’m going through this constant anxiety in my body since this two month relapse, just like you before this I had one week of insomnia. I get triggered easily too by a loud sound or anything really. I’m dealing with pots too which did go away in the beginning but seem to come back in this relapse. Doctors keep telling me all of this is just anxiety and I should take anti anxiety meds. I feel best in a cold room in silence or watching tv with low volume, can’t do much. 


   
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I received my second Moderna vaccine on 06/30. 2-3 Weeks after I started having weird sensations on my tongue then tightness in my neck to ears and back of head. I had my first attack on 07/27. Thought it was just vertigo. ER Visit on 07/30, CT Scan normal DC with Zofran and meclizine. No relief. 2nd ED visit 08/05, DC with Diazepam. Had some relief. Second Attack on 09/01. Have been told not to drive. Balance off Dizziness full ears sensations as well as ringing. Pressure in the head. An overall Intoxicated feeling. ENT Consult, PT Consult completed with no answers. Neuro Consult and Second PT Consult to follow as well as VNG and Audiogram. Previous history of vertigo, Syncope and migraines. Symptoms increasing. Hoping it fades or goes away just as fast as it came on. Life is difficult when you are a mom of a young one who works full time. Thank God for a supportive Family. Has anyone had the same? If so when did things start to level out? I keep seeing that people have been saying 75% better since their start in March. Is there an end? Does it go away?


   
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@heatherxxo hi, reading your post is like describing myself and symptoms to a T. Woke up morning after my second jab with total hearing loss in right ear, dizziness and vertigo. ENT diagnosed me with vestibular neuronitis. Had MRI, blood work and VNG scheduled for next week. It's been quite a nightmare for me. Life has not been the same since the 2nd vaccine. Wishing you the best!


   
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Posted by: @nehru1

Is anyone experiencing pots and anxiety at the same time? 

Hi i' m a woman from Canada, 2nd shot Pfizer 16 july. Experimenting the same, pots and anxiety at the same time, also dizziness, cold and sweaty feets, insomnia...so bad


   
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@anotherone92  in the name of hope, I am finding it at TrialSite news, lots of well presented information and interviews that are hard perhaps impossible now to find in main news...I don't subscribe to anything and am low income, but I actually paid for a subscript to it for a year because real information re Covid treaments and Vaccine injury treatements is blacked out for all I can see.  Best to you, I know folks are suffering and I too feel overwhelmed massively by it all.  https://trialsitenews.com/


   
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I’m so glad I found this site! I had Covid vaccine 7 days ago (Pfizer- First one)and I know most people on here have had terrible side affects! I’m in uk and been dizziness since day 2 room spinning out, trouble focusing! I feel like I’m on a plane and my ears need to pop! Or im on rocky boat! So far I’ve tried:

1. Anti sickness bands

2. Some otc antihistamine (cetirizine) 

And these haven’t hardly helped! 
Should I speak to my gp? They will be naf I imagine ! I can’t live like This I’m on my own trying to look after young children! I don’t know what to do please help XX 


   
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a great Nobel prize video of William C Campbell 2015        https://youtu.be/YK0NcEm4TXg

titled A Lesson in Simplicity


   
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@jenpetrillo driving is not happening for me because it is really bad. Even when riding 


   
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Hi everyone. 

I haven't posted in awhile but I wanted to let you all know how I'm doing because some folks never post back after they recover. 

I believe I am recovered. It's been about two months. My second shot, the only one that gave me these side effects, was April 19th. I would say overall, I was very sick for three months and two weeks. 

I did have a telehealth with a long hauler specialist and tried some medicines he prescribed, but overall, it takes time. 

I would have taken anything. I know any of you that are where I was will too, but I don't think anything I took cured me. I think that vitamin  supplements only helped to the point that if I was deficient in them before, they cured the deficiency and that made me feel better, but did not offer any further benefit as far as the vaccine reaction goes. I also took ivermectin, that did not seem to help or hurt, prescribed by a human doctor to a human patient, me. DO NOT take anything intended for livestock. We are not livestock yet. And fluvoxamine, which did seem to help as most of my issues were neurological and I have OCD symptoms my whole life anyway. 

I do believe I had Covid before the vaccine. In March of 2020. I could never get a test at that point, but I had the cough, fatigue, trouble breathing, right after a visit to my gyno at the hospital where she was also coughing badly about four days before they found any cases in my state, 6 of those cases at that hospital, and implemented lockdown and masking procedures. My case was mild, as was the cases I gave to my husband and my mother, thank God. But I did have severe migraines for a few months after. And bad brain fog, but nothing else. I didn't even lose my sense of smell, or taste but I did have strange taste, like blood in the back of my throat as did my husband.  

After the second shot, felt bad the next day, but the real bad stuff didn't happen until four days later, when my lymph nodes swelled down the entire left side of my body. It took four weeks for them to start to go down. Then I had horrible headaches again, but they were even worse. And then the dizzy spells started. First after a bad headache, and then as well as the headaches, then instead of the headaches. At the same time I had head fullness, ear aches and fullness, a weird wetness in my ears, sore and stiff neck and upper back muscles (which I used a neck massager for and it helped tremendously) and my left arm where I got both shots, roaming numbness, especially in the hands, pressure behind the eyes and blurred vision that would come and go, nausea, brain fog, and cold extremities, and heart palpitations. None of this was normal. the dizzy spells and head fullness were the most concerning and the worst symptoms. I was very concerned. My doctor's office evaluated me and determined I must have an ear infection that is causing the dizzy spells. They could find no evidence of an ear infection, but continued to push this excuse at me, even after I told them I really believed it was due to the vaccine. They would only concede that the swollen lymph nodes were because of the vaccine and everything else was some weird coincidence of a mysterious ear infection I had no evidence of. Including a perfect blood count. No elevated WBC or any infection signs there. I suffered for another month before I found a doctor who treated long covid and had seen this in other people after the vaccine. He was so helpful kind, and most importantly, believed me. It is hard to convince a doctor that has been conditioned to believe these shots are safe and effective that you have effects lasting for so long afterwards. You are not crazy. I validate that this is happening to other people too, and you are not alone. 

Then, three months later, a good day. No dizzy spells and no impeding feeling of doom. The next day was terrible again. Then about a week later a few good days, then some bad. It went on like this for a little bit, but I could tell that good days were possible and that alleviated some stress and anxiety, which will ABSOLUTLEY make it worse and make it last longer. I know you are scared, but I am still alive. You are still alive, and most likely, we will get past it and learn our lesson. Things turned around right around the start of August. The dizzy spells relented and I would still get the tight muscles and the numbness. A few severe migraines, but no longer followed by dizzy spells. Palpitations were mostly when I laid down. I was still very unsteady but not being dizzy helped me to let go of a lot of anxiety and the healing really went much faster when I could do that. You will get there. I didn't think I would. I gave up a lot. I thought I had allowed this poison into my body and no one will care if it kills me. I couldn't believe seemingly everyone else was just walking about with no side effects, or just a day or so of mild cold symptoms, when my entire life had been crumpled up and thrown away. But, I am here. I am good, actually. I have some mild fullness in my nose cavity every now and then that lasts about a minute or so, several times on a bad day, but I only have a bad day once a month or so now. I still have some brain fog where I have trouble retrieving words for objects that I obviously know, but there is a disconnect between identifying them in my head and communicating that identification in my speech. I have had that after I first caught Covid though, so I can't blame that solely on the vaccine. I am starting to think the initial infection caused some sort of brain damage and the vaccine exasperated it, but I cannot prove these things. But most of time, I feel good. Maybe not the same. Maybe I never will be. But not sick. Not dizzy. Not full of dread and worry. And definitely NOT EVER getting a booster shot or whatever. 

I have been able to work, drive, cook, clean, help others. My palpitations have pretty much stopped. I can't remember the last time I had them. I haven't been dizzy in months, thank God. I was even able to go on vacation with my husband (who was also vaccinated and just got a day of feeling bad after his and nothing else) on a boat, and let me tell you, I was very nervous it would trigger my symptoms again. But it didn't. I've had some very bad gastrointestinal issues that I can't say is vaccine related or not. I have had GI problems before, so maybe not related at all, or maybe it is because I took all that medicine. I don't know. If so, it is my fault and it is better than dizzy spells. I really, really think it is all an inflammatory response. Throughout the entire body, especially the brain or head. Get a neck massager or someone to rub those shoulders. Hard. I really found that made a difference. You don't need medication. I took it all. It did nothing except for maybe the Fluvoxamine. And you should only take that if your doctor prescribes it and only as they prescribe it. I did feel like the vitamin C helped, but only up to a point. I think it just felt like that because I was deficient in it to begin with, and it felt better when I brought those low levels up, but nothing to do with the vaccine symptoms. 

So, yes, it takes time and you can get better. I know it is easy to feel hopeless, but that will prolong it. Try to stress less and let your body heal in it's own time. You can get there. Most folks probably don't come back here because they want to move on after they get better, but I remember what it was like wondering if these folks writing their stories ever got better or if we were all just dying off with no one connecting the dots. They are VERY likely just getting better and moving on. I got better. you can too. This forum helped me so much when I was freaking out and with the uptick in vaccine distribution, I know there will be more of us with bad reactions seeking out answers. I hope this helps some of you. 

If you have questions, I will try to answer them, but I don't get on here very often anymore. We are in this together, You are not alone. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


   
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