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Nehru
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@opheas so you don’t feel the anxious feeling in the stomach anymore? The probiotics really helped you then 


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KitKat
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Posted by: @paulc

I have only come across this forum some six months after vaccines began being distributed in the West. I live in a Southeast Asian country, so my experience is a bit different. I have had Meniere's since April 2017, and had lost between 40 percent and 60 percent of my hearing in both ears. I have not had a vertigo attack since December 2017 and take Serc, Nootropil, Tanakan, Cephadol, and a vitamin B 12 tablet to control symptoms. I was vaccinated with Sinovac, one of the Chinese vaccines, with the first injection on 8 June and the second one on 29 June. The Chinese vaccine is being questioned as to its  effectiveness, even in the country where I received it. But FWIW, here has been my reaction. After the first shot, mild tiredness and extra dizziness with nausea that culminated about two weeks after the shot.  After the second shot, more dizziness and nausea, which after 16 days persists. But most of this is something I can live with. Odd reaction to my hearing, however. I know this is only anecdotal, but my hearing slightly improved after the fist shot and significantly improved after the second shot. Coincidence? I don't know what to make of it.

I read someone else on here a few pages back saying that their hearing had improved after the COVID vaccine but I can't remember which jab they had.


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KitKat
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Posted by: @gingerjones

Hello,

Please see the attached video...Dr. Syed Haider is giving his latest update on Covid 19...he treats covid-19 patients, long haulers and his newest patients being vaccine related...He says our symptoms will resolve...some quicker than others...some will experience set-backs.  But it is inflammation and we have to treat it as such...he gives pointers about eating clean...NO exercising when you have long haul symptoms...pointers on fasting and low histamine diets...I found this so encouraging to listen to...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Md-y01JdxvE

 

Very interesting thanks for sharing.


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CYNTHIA
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@twitch I am fine.

 


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I love Chickens
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Wow, 611 pages. I'm new here.  I'm 29 and male.  In June I was extremely healthy, exercising everyday, eating well, mentally alert etc, and hadn't been sick for years.  I was living in almost complete isolation.  I got one dose of Pfizer and immediately had swollen lymph nodes and symptoms of inflammation.  What I mean by the latter is a feeling of 'weirdness' or sickness and anxiety and perhaps unsteadiness on your feet.  Over the next few days, my arm hurt, sure, but also I started feeling really uncomfortable laying down, and really dizzy standing up.  After 3 days or so, I was bedridden.  For two to three weeks, I switched back and forth from thinking I was going to die to feeling 'okay.'  I was having constant panic attacks, terrible dizziness, heart palpitations, diarrhea, and 'brain fog' to the point where I couldn't even speak to people on the phone.  I couldn't figure out how to use my healthcare out of state, if I could at all, and just resigned myself to die alone.  That says a lot about my mental state at the time.  But I am young and have never been sick for so many weeks from such a strange illness.

After the third week, I was able to drive to the local park to walk around, and it felt like I was in a dream - there's no other way to describe the brain fog.  If you've ever had a dream and recognized it was a dream and walked around and told people you were dreaming - that's how I felt.  I left my car on, running, when getting back from places because I'd forget to remove my keys.  I would leave burners on after cooking.  I had to quit my job, of course.  It has now been 3 months and I still have some sort of brain fog / brain impairment that prevents me from doing anything mentally tedious.  I don't know if I can work in my field, anymore.  I was the happiest in my life before June, but now I am finding myself struggling with depression.  I am 100% sure these symptoms are due to the vaccine, but most of the time I mention this to people they gaslight me.  I also think the vaccine is probably good for society, just was a bad decision for me.


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@twitch Hi. My first and only vaccine was early May but I began with severe symptoms a couple of weeks after. Already had two MRIS scans, one on my brain due to double vision, twitches, etc - which came back clear and one on my jaw which came back as showing arthritis at both sides. The next consultant I will be seeing specialises in this area so he may be able to provide me with more info.


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KitKat
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Posted by: @lynner

Sorry if this is off topic but Is anyone else who lives in the UK getting alot of phone calls trying to get you to book a 2nd Covid jab, I answered one and declined it, yet they still keep ringing. Resorted to blocking the number now.  

Yep same here. Pressure to get the Vax while pregnant (which thankfully I declined). Now I'm being harassed with texts and letters from the NHS to get my second Pfizer jab...not happening after my ongoing first jab side effects!


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Brawlerino
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@twitch It's getting better every day, but i'm still not as good as before. I am experiencing eye pain and headache every day, but other symptoms are gone for now, so i guess it's just a matter of time. I am still concerned about this situation, and i hope it will go away soon. Thanks for asking


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Posted by: @polka

I wrote today with a virologist from my country. A very smart man appears on TV. I told him that after 2 vaccinations from 7. 5 weeks I have dizziness, extreme fatigue, shortness of breath and cough, tinnitus ... body sensations ... he said that for him I look like I had a long covid ... not because of the vaccine ... a week I did home tests ... and never came out positive. What do you think about such a thesis ??

I think that's a shot, in the dark! I think that as smart as anyone is, none have the long-term experience with these vaccines to determine what may be adverse effects. And, sadly, not many wish to research this! I do hear there are those that agree that post-Covid vaccine symptoms resemble long Covid, but then admit that this can be due to Covid vaccination. I'm 7 months from my one (and only) Moderna vaccine and am mostly recovered, most days. The last couple of days I have a sore throat and my vestibular symptoms have been returning. I don't usually run for medical help, but suppose I should get a free test for Covid next week, just so I know if it's just a common sore throat. What crazy times!

I hope your health is beginning to improve! 😏🙏


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Patience
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Hi, someone has got POTS syndrom after the vaccine ? How long did it take to goes away ?


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LaraG
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So 5 days ago I posted how I was doing much better..  and now..  I'm beyond fed up again. I feel off. My body hurts. My muscles ache like I'm coming down with flu but I'm not. I just hurt. And my foot felt wierd today and I looked down and the side of my foot was twitching and my little toe was moving on its own!! My twitches have massively reduced in the last 8 weeks but it's just such a kick in the teeth when this happens. 

I'm yet to hear from anyone that's 100% recovered and although everyone says it's just time how do we know this if nobody has 100% recovered? I hate to be negative. But my balance is still off. I have to roll over in bed so slowly. I'm still obv twitching and my neck and  backache seems to now be everywhere too.

When will this end? I hate how much I regret that jab. I'm so angry at myself. I've been signed off work for 8 weeks now but due back in a week and no idea how I will manage.

Good news stories please 🙏


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LaraG
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@lmkk I did and I said I've had adverse effects and I've been told I'm exempt. She just said OK I will take you off the phone list but I still got a letter.


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Quail444
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@lmkk

I'm really annoyed I was so pressured into having the Pfizer vaccine. I am certainly not anti Vax but I just felt very wary about the way it's been rushed out. 

I feel the same! It sounds like we are having the same symptoms, including constant dizziness and severe joint pain. It's been several months now with no sustained improvement. 😣 


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LaraG
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@nath7 I feel the same. 17 weeks in and I'm at a loss now. I miss the old me and am terrified i will never get better. Dr's won't do anything and I refuse to be plied with more drugs 


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LaraG
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@quail444 I have the same too. 😔


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