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(@elena1690)
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Hello everybody! I have 3 months of 1 dose of Pfizer. I have a little less dizziness, but I have stomach problems. My body now has an unpleasant odor, my calla lilies and urine also have a terrible smell .. I have diarrhea.


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dragonlover
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Posted by: @heatherxxo

@isismadec  aww that's not a nice thing to have,I hope everything comes to a stop for you eventually.Have you lost any hearing with it? There should be more awareness and research with Meniere's to find better treatments i know someone who has it too and she has been so poorly at times and not much has helped,is Betahistine still the standard treatment? ❤️

 

I would not wish Meniere's on my worst enemy.  I have lived with it since I was 17.  I'm now 67.  I have fortunately had long periods of remission.  My ENT tells me that the right ear has burned out and the left is following suit.   At this point I have a moderate hearing loss in the right ear--but expect to lose more hearing--and have lost most of the hearing in the left.  The left ear has always been more problematic than  the right.  I'm in the U.S.  We don't have Betahistine here, unless we get it from Canada or Mexico.  I have no idea what the current standard treatment is, but probably no different than it was when I was dx'd in 1974.  A U.S. pharmaceutical company is working on a drug to treat it.  Last I heard it was in Phase 3 trials.  This same drug is also in trials to treat covid.  Read about it here:

www.sound/pharma.com  

Some people from another forum have been part of the trials.  They say it works.  We can only hope it gets approved.


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creativecat
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Has anyone who experienced some level of recovery between the 3-6 months mark taken Moderna (2 shots)?  I've read Moderna may be effective longer than Pfizer and I'm wondering if that may have any impact on side effect recovery times. 

Thanks everyone.


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Gordhil
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@korki777 

Guys dont worry. If u have vaccine side effects. Go have a wet cupping session from some where near u. Its a cure for all sickness's. It will rid ur body of all toxins and poisons. I gurantee u. Research on youtube about wet cupping. Dry cupping wont work. 


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(@elena1690)
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HELOO) who had blurred vision after the vaccine? is it going away? how to treat it? answer me , PLEASE!


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AnotherOne92
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@elena1690 I know it's scary right now but it will improve, it just needs time 🙂. Best thing you can do is relax as much as possible (though I appreciate that's very difficult right now). 


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Mina
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@nehru1 i have a question: does the low histamine diet reduce your symptoms and how long have you been on it? Thanks 


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Lindsay
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@charsen thank you for your message and for the well wishes. I didn’t take anything for my anxiety but did start doing breathing techniques when I was starting to feel anxious, make sure your exhale is twice as long as your inhale. If I thought I was beginning a full out panic attack (ie starting to breathe heavy and possibly hyper ventilate) they say the trick is to hold your breath for 20 seconds or as long as you are able. This gives your body enough time to replenish the carbon dioxide therefore lowering the symptoms that go along with hyper ventilating. Do that a couple of times and then do the breathing as per above. Also if I was feeling the extreme fight or flight, I would lay down and then do breathing or put on a meditation app. In my case the increased anxiety was crazy for about 3 weeks and then I found the severity of the anxiety started to lessen and lessen slowly over a few weeks until it was back to a manageable level. I know for me, increased anxiety came from also worrying I was going to have the weird body sensations or a panic attack so it was making it worse. So I tried to remember that a panic attack eventually peaks. Once it peaks it will stop (the symptoms are awful, but it will stop) so if you keep fighting the anxiety of having a panic attack it will just keep coming and keep coming until you let it peak. If you let it just peak as soon as possible, the quicker it will stop. Sounds counter intuitive I know and I know it sounds scary as the feelings and symptoms of a full blown panic attack are awful, but it really does work and the sooner it will be over. Over time, you will notice that you won’t be as afraid of having one. Also I kept myself as occupied as I could. If your mind is busy it can’t worry. So reading a book, listening to a podcast, singing to music. I never let my mind have a minute of quiet, because if I was quiet I would start to worry more. I hope these help. I am also not against medication as I think it can be very helpful and necessary, so it really is up to each individual and what they need at that time. Medication might be the best option to slow your mind so your body can heal. Take care and wishing you a full recovery very soon. 


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Lisa Jones
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@creativecat Hi, So let me just advice you to please be very careful, I had both shots of Pfizer and it is now 2 weeks after and I am having headaches, dizzy, blurred vision, stomach pains, etc. I work third shift, I left my home on my way to work and passed out in my vehicle while driving and ran into a parked vehicle. My vehicle is totaled, I am happy to be alive but I am terrified to drive with fear of this happening to me again. So, everyone on this thread please be safe because the side effects from this vaccine is not good and it can be dangerous. I am going to see a Doctor and try to have some test done just to see what is wrong with me. I was a very healthy person, Never had any problems like this at all and just like that I alsmost lost my life in a motor vehicle accident, passed out, Thank God, there was no one else in the vehicle I ran into!

 

Please Be Careful!!


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(@elena1690)
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@anotherone92 thank you for support!!!


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Nass
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I have been experiencing the dizziness-vertigo symptoms for over a month after the 2nd Pfizer dose. My doctor thought it would have to do with the ear imbalance but i got tested yesterday and no issues came up. The Otolaryngologist suspected it’s from the vaccine and gave me Gingko, which apparently helps with dizziness. What else can I do to get over this asap? I work on a computer 10 hours a day so this seriously affects my performance…Thank you!


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RomainA
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A post to tell you that this week has been much better than the others. After 3 months since the 2nd jab. Yesterday I went to the cinema to see Dune and then terrace with friends. Today I go out all day and receive family. I work in the funeral directors It is not an easy job for 3 months to do well in front of families was torture. This week I had few symptoms the most noticeable a sensation of electricity in the tongue I had never known that. But the dizziness the fatigue and the headaches we were much better. I think I am on the road to recovery. For that I think we have to face symptoms even if it is scary. The stresses of life clearly increase anxiety. But little by little we wake up in the morning and realize that we did more things yesterday than the week before.I questioned myself. I was more positive about life I avoided arguments but forced myself to live normally. Even though I was dizzy I watched TV I continued to make a good meal even though in front of the pan I felt dizzy. Sorry I'm French so I don't know if everyone understands my English well But the message is to be patient and especially to fight against this vaccine which creates depressive symptoms on people in good mental and physical health Good day to all


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Talleyrand
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@romaina 

Hello, 

I'm also French and I have been experiencing the same side effects as you since my second dose two months ago (23 july). Still have nausea, headaches, brain fog and tinnitus ... but it's reassuring to read you and see an improvment. 

Did you got a pfizer ?


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Heatherxxo
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@isismadec yea I've heard its not very nice, your poor ears! since 17 wow you're a pro then! You would of thought from 1974 some other medication would popping up by now that's such along time to still not have any decent treatment,I'm shocked! hopefully if that medication passes trials you may be able to try it if it's not too late! ❤️


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DoubleUp
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I’m a 40 year old male that had both doses of Moderna, second dose in March. A week after the first dose I had pressure headaches for about a week. They went away. I also have bouts of “cloudiness” where I feel like my head is floating and it’s hard to focus. About 3 weeks ago I started to get faint tingling in my ears, usually at night in bed. I’ve also noticed that when sleeping, my arms or legs will will tingle when I’m laying on my side. As soon as I roll over to my back it goes away. I never had any of these issues prior to the vaccine and I am wondering if this is the cause. 


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