Covid-19 Vaccine side effects
@kenny have them test for Lyme disease…
I am experiencing same issues since vaccine
Hello all! My name is Cheri Doerr and I just found out I have an autoimmune disease. Dizziness, shakes, tightness in chest heavy breathing side effects and much more after first shot of Moderna.
Im looking for people who were perfectly fine before shot and after were diagnosed with an autoimmune disease. I actually have a doctor with an open mind.
So please tell your story for her, Dr Fisher, with at much detail that you are comfortable. The more detail the better and we just might have a doctor who is willing to listen and maybe fight!
Thank you, Cheri Doerr
I had chronic Lyme and mast cell activation prior to my Moderna shots. Both these conditions flared up since and I’m still dealing with the symptoms- neurological, autoimmune and high food sensitivity. Metabolizing food is problematic
No, I haven’t taken antibiotics for many years now. I tried homeopathy, supplements and change of diet. Not much has truly worked. Since the vaccine I’ve had many flare ups
I was on doxycycline for about a year, many years ago snd have done more “natural” treatments since. After the vaccine a lot of flare ups, especially in the brain/gut area
@klavietman I had 3 months of IV Vancomycin when I had it 15 years ago. I was healed. Since the shot I have neurological problems.
@klavietman is it like having Lyme again? Do you have tingling and twitching
Ive had some improvement from having therapy with a neurologist’s practice and acupuncture. It’s slow process. I also am being treated by a functional medicine doctor with supplements
@ladyd I'm sorry to hear that your anxiety has increased, particularly as a result of the Magnesium and B2. I'm not usually an anxious person - at least until I had the bloody AZ vaccine - but a high-stress friend recommended Magnesium, which she has been taking to deal with tinnitus from her first AZ jab. I tried it, but felt anxious taking it and wasn't sure it would do anything so I stopped. I also tried Turmeric, but didn't like it. I may try ginkgo biloba at some point.
I had some initial luck with acupuncture, but it hasn't helped the dizziness consistently. I also saw an osteopath for 6 sessions for neck tension, but it didn't reduce the swaying/rocking on a boat symptoms. However, you could always try some of these "alternative" therapies since my experience is that they are relaxing and help reduce anxiety and stress. As you say, however, none of this is cheap and I drop another 50 to 60 quid every time I step foot in the local therapy centre and I haven't even tried the Body Stress Release, Reflexology or other treatments!
Thanks for confirming my hunch about neurologists often not adding much for vestibular disorders (unless, perhaps, one has BPPV and needs a professional to perform the Epley). Perhaps against my better judgement, I'm having a follow-up with the ENT specialist I saw a few months ago to see if he has anything else in his bag of tricks other than Vestibular Rehabilitation (helpful, but it hasn't "cured" me). If he suggests paying privately for ENG and VNG testing or scans, I'm going to ask him bluntly what value they would add other than perhaps confirming the fact that I have an inner ear disorder. If the ENT ends up helping me, then I will do my utmost to ensure he is nominated for a Nobel Prize in Medicine.
It’s like having Lyme and mast cell activation times 2. The flare ups have been intense and the neurological symptoms much more intense
@tarruba I've been doing the traditional acupuncture with needles and the acupuncturist tries different techniques each week, but the past few weeks have not helped and seem to have increased the dizziness! I'm going to keep going to give it more time. I find it relaxing.