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(@k1000)
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@trogers21 don’t do it !!!!!!!!! Don’t do the second shot!!!! It will be a big mistake! Trust me ! You did the first one and your eyes don’t feel good, second one will mess you up. I regret doing it. And so are many other people. 


   
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(@polka)
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Hello 7.5 weeks after 2 doses of phizer. After 4 weeks of peace, I have a dry cough and chest tightness, and a short breath ... will it ever end ... you go to the doctor and they blame you on stress because such times ... brain fog, muscle pain, lack of energy ... are there any clinics that help to get up and help with such problems?


   
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so is it a case of BPPV or labrynthitis anyone being ‘diagnosed’ with ? 
And just letting our bodies get better With time thats the cure ? 

I went into hospital last night after my GP wasn’t happy with my vertigo symptoms. They took bloods urine all come clear no low iron or infection only thing high blood pressure which never suffered with im 34! 
discharged me with procloperzine and me to get referred to ENT! I am so upset as everyone else is. ! I’m hoping to go private but for now stocked up on lots of supplements… what’s everyone else doing to help their symptoms?   


   
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(@pfizervictim)
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@cherry101 I'm just waiting it out basically, 3 months in and symptoms are slowly very slowly starting to lessen. Really hope it's inflammation or our immune system going haywire, which just needs time to sort itself out. 


   
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(@anneduane)
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I came across this forum as I was looking into any possible correlation between vertigo and Covid vaccine. This is my first comment. I was diagnosed many years ago with BPPV. My episodes would come on during the night with violent room spinning, nystagmus and nausea. (Always when I was sleeping on my right side. Typically this would last for a day, two tops. However these attacks were very, very infrequent...years apart and I hadn't had one in 12 years. Until 7 weeks after my second vaccination. That was 6 weeks ago now and I still can't lie on my right side or I will go into a full blown attack. Can't look up or down without everything spinning and it is very much affecting my life. I am a nurse and I've worked in ENT and know that this is not typical for me. My first thought went to the vaccine but I know that my doctor won't be able to tell me definitively. I've been reading many of the comments here and noticing many of the similarities. 


   
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(@katie)
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@gingerjones 

Did you get the bloodwork done through Patterson’s team? If you don’t mind me asking, what did your bloodwork show? I’ve debated his treatment regime myself, but just am not sure how much I want to put into my body. 


   
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(@croar2u)
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@emilija1 I just took the 1st dosage. These night sweats aren't fun. What all did you experience with the 2nd? Details please.... I'm not happy with these side effects. 


   
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(@tarruba)
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I have been suffering from a COVID vaccine injury for 7 months.  I have missed a significant amount of time from work and my quality of life is currently poor.  I have been diagnosed with a Vestibular Migraine.  The symptoms are 24/7 vertigo and daily headaches.  The majority of the specialists I have seen believe the protein spike from the vaccine caused the inflamed nerve in my vestibular region.  Some are not hopeful and feel the damage may be permanent.  No migraine nor nerve medication provides lasting relief.  I recently started acupuncture as a last resort. The Acupuncturist feels he can relieve my headaches after 6 sessions and my vertigo after 12.  I have completed 5 sessions thus far and have seen significant improvement so far.  I will report back after the 12 sessions have been completed.


   
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(@sajlent)
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So.. I think everything depends on neuroplasticity here. Sometimess that is slow proces, but is amazing what our bodies can do. We do not know how big is damage after inflammation.

Also I think our bodies do not need all that vitamins and suplements.. I try all of them and some of them make me feel the same, some of them make me feel worst.

I find that water, air, sun and sleep is only thing that helped me over time..

And maybee salt.. 

I talk about recovery time.. you need stop inflammation in first place. As soon as possible. 


   
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@tarruba So sorry to hear this has been going on so long for you.  I'm only at the 13 week mark right now with daily headaches, head pressure, dizziness and nausea.  May I ask if you had Moderna? 

I've seen two ENTs, and the second one believes I'm having migraines, but doesn't believe there is a connection to the vaccine despite the fact that they started the day after my second vaccine, and I have no history of headache, let alone daily migraine.  The headache is also unusual in that it feels more like the flu than anything else.  My face feels hot and I could swear I have a fever.  However, when I take my temp, it's almost always normal or below normal. 

It's scary not knowing the exact cause of all this or when it will end.  All my doctors seem pretty stumped.  I see a neurologist today and I'm really hopeful he'll provide me with a path forward.  I want so badly to get back to my life. Many folks here have started seeing signs of recovery with time.  It's difficult waiting and wondering, but I remain hopeful my time is coming.  Hope you feel better soon too -- all of us!


   
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(@jacquelynsauriol)
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https://trialsitenews.com/catalyst-pioneers-of-health-speak-out-from-south-to-north/

now I understand, this confirms my intuitions about transmissions and infections from the vaccine from 32 min on is especially informative. 


   
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 annb
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@twitch I know it's a long post but the bottom half is regarding how his wife has improved after receiving side effects from the vaccine.


   
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(@tarruba)
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@creativecat Yes, I had Moderna.  The Neurologist was not helpful and very unprofessional - increased my Gabapentin and put me on Topamax for nerve inflammation.  Also, an Osteopath Dr. has me on Aimovig and Umbrelvy for the migraines.  They only provide temporary relief.  The only long term solution seems to be acupuncture.  Thanks,


   
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Posted by: @jacquelynsauriol

@memphismel

FLCCC the Front Line Covid Critical Care Alliance has

full treatment protocols you can give your doctors, pdf format.

(60 page document, well presented, first pages very helpful for non meds)

I attached it again for quick reference, updated weekly at

the FLCCC website.

Joe Rogan did a great interview with Dr Pierre Kory and Bret Weinstein.

I had never watched Joe Rogan before, and he is an extremely

well mannered person in this interview.  These are such sobering days,

there are but a few who are willing to stay in 'logical land'. 

 

 

 

Thank you for these links - I have shared them and picked up this document for my friend to speak to her GP about. 

Check the symptoms out everyone and their suggestion for treatment. 

I will keep you posted - next for us is ENT in a week, the doctors so far are advising her to sit and wait in A&E. 

7 weeks so far with severe symptoms (UK)


   
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(@mariska1)
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I am 45 female from South Africa. Had the J&J vax on the 7th of September 2021. That night I had all the side effects. Last week Wednesday I got heart palpitation and then vertigo. I went to the Dr on Monday because it just got worse. I am now on prednisone 20mg dosage for 5 days, after that I have to take antihistamines. I am also on a calming tablet that helps with the anxiety of dealing with this side effect. I have bad allergies, they didn't even asked me if I have allergies nothing. I had my Vax on the left side high up on the arm.

I was very reluctant to go and how many time are we reluctant to do something and end up doing it anyway.

I am disappointed that there is nothing said about this side effects.

I will not go for another vaccine ever again!! 


   
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