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(@michaelk)
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@twitch I have been fine since my symptoms have resolved without any recurrence. I am taking Ivermectin as a prophylaxis and I gargle with Listerine twice a day according to the FLCCC protocols. CVS refused to refill my Ivermectin yesterday saying that the Ohio Board of Pharmacy no longer allows Ivermectin use for the treatment of Covid so I contacted the head of the FLCCC Paul Marik who I have had a rapport with for the last 4 years and he replied:

No, they are LYING. This is completely false.

You need to get the name of the pharmacy and pharmacist and report them to both the bOard of Pharmacy and CVC head office.

CVS has confirmed this is not their policy... and they want to be alerted by pharmacists practicing medicine. 

 

See attached and on our update on this topic on the Website.  www.flccc.net

 

Paul

I went to another pharmacy and they filled it for me and the pharmacist there said if the Ohio Board of Pharmacy had made this ruling they would have sent out a memo and no memo had been sent.

Although I do not feel safe getting the 2nd shot I have still entertained the idea because of how limiting not being fully vaccinated is on travel. I think maybe the J&J is safer because it is not a mRNA vaccine  but people on the site have had vertigo from all the vaccines. Do you think incidence of vertigo is any less with the J&J? What percentage of people on the site have fully recovered? I know at a time you were tracking that.

 


   
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(@tomg)
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Posted by: @anneduane

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. 

I too have had chronic BPPV (positional vertigo) infrequent attacks for a few years. My second Pfizer shot almost 7 months ago made it much worse. (along with brain fog, fatigue, balance problems and tinnitus.)

I had to learn to sleep only on my back with two pillows to keep my head angled upright which prevents the calcium chrystals from moving around in the ear canal. This was a tip I picked up on the internet and it seems to be working. 

The Epley maneuver also has saved me lots of misery by re-aligning those chrystals after an attack.

I also have limited my caffeine and especially alcohol.

Hope this helps.

 


   
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(@anneduane)
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@tomg Thank you. Yes sleeping on my back has helped in the past but not this time. Still very dizzy. I've resisted the Epley manoeuvre so far but may try. Just hoping that with time the crystals will dissolve by themselves. Hope you get over this soon.


   
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(@sajlent)
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@benpeck ENT prescribed me for allergy rhinitis coulpe years ago.. 

I go to ENT because dizziness in first place.. have 4 years problems with. After one year without that symptoms, looks like vaccine triggered all again.. 14 days after first shout I become dizzy again. Theres also other symptoms people talking about here for me, but all of them looks like just proces of healing for me and everything start to sort out once I get control over dizziness..

Maybe Im wrong.. 


   
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@nisarg127 I agree. Same here. The biggest mistake I have ever made. I cry about it every day. Hoping that this will eventually go away or my life is ruined. 


   
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(@benpeck)
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@sajlent 

interesting. so did your allergy rhinitis also caused dizziness? or did you only realize that the medicine also helped you get over the vaccine caused dizziness?


   
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(@creativecat)
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@tarruba Unfortunately my neurologist didn't have much insight.  He said he hadn't encountered a reaction like this from the vaccine so far, and he didn't seem confident in any particular plan of action moving forward. My ENT prescribed a 10-day regimen of prednisone, and the neurologist said to go ahead and try that.  If this were an immune response, he reasoned the prednisone might help in suppressing an immune flare up. 

Did any of your doctors suggest a steroid?  I'm a little nervous about them to be honest, so I've hesitated starting.  But maybe I'll give it a try.  I'm honestly pretty disappointed after waiting so long to see him and leaving without any confidence in a course of action to get back to my old self. But I remain hopeful. I've always been one of those people who likes to know things with certainty, so this has been a particularly difficult process to endure. Here's hoping we all feel better soon, and this all becomes an unpleasant memory.  We'll get there.


   
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(@charsen)
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@sajlent how long did u have to use antihistaminites for until your dizziness subsided? 


   
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(@sajlent)
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@benpeck I dont know.. I dont have any known allergy.. I mean I didn't eaven realise I have ENT say rhinitis.. 

Usualy that does not make dizziness.. ENT also say that is possible but thats rare.. I do x-rays for sinuses and they come swollen and confirmed what ENT say. But when people talk about allergy rhinitis I cant find myself in that symptoms. I have runny nose after eating.. but thats non allergic gustatory rhinitis and thats for 5 min and after that I dont have any symptoms.

Anyway.. like I say. That pills helped me with dizzines. My rhinitis is still with me.

And yes.. helped me after vaccine.

But I also use honey I talk about..

Is hard to explain and is hard to understand..


   
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(@sajlent)
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@charsen this pills is not antihistamin type. Honey I talk about is antihistamin.


   
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(@polka)
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  • The question for you is whether these problems are always with 1 ear or with 2 ?? I had glue ear in my right ear And now it feels like something is starting to happen in the other, what are you doing to keep this immune system from becoming inflamed and to calm down?

   
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(@danl77)
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Hey guys. I'm a college student who recently got his 2nd dose of the Pfizer vaccine and have been experiencing powerful brain fog. I'm interested in seeing if anyone else here has suffered from brain fog from the COVID vaccine, and if so, how long it took for it to subside. For reference, I received the second dose of the vaccine a week and a half ago and the first dose 4 and a half weeks ago.

To elaborate on my symptoms, I experienced the normal feverish symptoms the day after the vaccine as well as arm pain. But, despite feeling better physically, I'm left with this disgusting zombie-like mental state. I find it incredibly hard to focus on anything, recalling information is also difficult. This makes it tough for me to do well in my college classes. I am also more socially anxious. Whenever my labmates ask me for help identifying a structure in a slide, I find myself taken aback for a few moments and I have to think very hard to answer the simplest questions. Waking up in the morning is difficult and my rest feels "inefficient". I've increased my caffeine dose in order to do what I need to do (perhaps that is a mistake?). Typing this post out took me 30 minutes. I feel stupid and I think that feeling exacerbates my anxiety... it's a negative feedback loop. 


   
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(@sheenakara)
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I took my 1st Pzifer vaccine in June, since then I have been experiencing cramps all over my body and dizzy spells. Searched for alternative medicine as i dont want to be filling body with more pharmaceutical meds. Found this site and have found improvements in my condition since using. Safe to say i wont be taking the second one. 

 

https://narayaniremedies.com/502-covid-19


   
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(@bellajordan)
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@michaelk @tomg I got the J&J (one) shot on Monday and recovered from Covid one month ago. Tuesday (9-28-21) during the day, I did great minus a little soreness in my arm (expected). Tuesday late afternoon I had a headache, chills, and then a fever and I must admit, I rarely get fevers. I bounced around from 99 to 101 when I'm usually in the 97 zone, even when sick or have an infection. I was a little achy but that's to be expected as well, so all & all - pretty good. Fast forward to sleeping. Whenever I wake up in the middle of the night, I always check my phone for the time. So at 2:19am, when I looked at my phone, I let out a scream because as I leaned to my right side to do that, the whole room lit up and started spinning violently. I immediately laid on my back and that feeling eased up quite a bit. I tried to lay on my left side (yes, I'm 100% a side sleeper) and I had the exact same sickening feeling. So, back to my back and did the pillow prop thing. I'm walking straight and if I'm upright, I'm not suffering, only when I lay on my side. I've only had Vertigo twice in my life, about 10 years ago (back to back), and that was caused by a direct hit to my right ear so that one I understand. Then, not long after recovery from that, I flew International and from that flight, got it again and that one I understand. This one though, has me puzzled and confused, hence why I've come to this forum to see if this is happening to others. When I experienced vertigo previously, I finally did the Epley Maneuver and it appeared to help. If this doesn't correct on its own within a day or two, I will do it again. I'm almost afraid to ask this question, but for those of you that have been fully vaccinated and vertigo is normally NOT a problem, how long did this last? Sorry you are suffering - I look forward to your responses. 


   
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(@gingerjones)
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Posted by: @glenb

@gingerjones If you don't mind my asking, do they think that inflammation of blood vessels can cause neuro symptoms ...paraesthesia , numbness etc. Thanks

Those are some of my symptoms so I would say yes


   
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