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Tabby
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Hi guys, thought I'd drop by to see how everyone is getting along. It's great to see old friends here  contributing still, Sassafras, Dragonlover, Gloria to name a few but it saddens me that you are all, like me, still in the doldrums, trying to make sense of everything that's happening to us. Our timeline is about the same since the jab/jabs and we seem to be progressing and regressing along the way, there have been tears of desperation and tears of joy on better days, it has been something of a rara avis experience for sure.

My symptoms persist, more so these last few weeks for whatever reason. I've stopped taking supplements, they don't do anything, may even be making my situation worse. I still take hope from those who have recovered here and I am so grateful for their contribution.

I hope we will rid ourselves of this "beastie", as Sassafras would say, hopefully by Christmas, although earlier would be better. Best wishes all.😊🙏


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Kenny920
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I am wondering if anyone tested for inflammation of blood vessels (vasculitis)? I saw that covid and vaccine with spike proteins might also cause that.


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Mango
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@TC I got Pfizer on 8/5 & 8/27. After the first one I had cold symptoms for 5 to 7 days like a really bad back ache the first day and fatigue. After the second one is when all of the muscle twitching elevated heart rate pins and needles vibration started. I’m not sure if she’s checked for Lyme disease she’s done a whole bunch of lab work and I didn’t ask her what each one was for. But I do know the creatinine kinese one was elevated. I just had labs re-done yesterday so hopefully will be an improvement because I am feeling noticeably better. I still have stuff going on but it’s definitely not as scary as it was. I’m hoping my body’s immune system and the fact that I’ve cut out so much from my diet, and been going to the chiropractor as well  - all of those things and God’s goodness towards me is bringing healing.

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trawii
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Just stumbled upon this thread from google and would like to chime in. I’m happy I found this and feel so much better knowing I’m not alone. I’ve had constant dizziness since my second shot, and am here almost four months later, still suffering. I have tried meclizine, dramamine, and so many other medications. The only thing that works for me is zofran, since I’ve also been having trouble eating. I recently caught a cold and my dizziness suddenly got a LOT worse, to the point where I’m constantly tripping and bumping into things when I walk around the house. Has anyone with this dizziness recovered or found a medication/treatment that works?

I’m only 19, I was perfectly healthy up until my second shot! (Pfizer)


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Jessiekhri
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@elena1690 Hi There, I'm 25 days post pfizer first dose and never take the 2nd dose. I'm 99% better but my blurry vision and a bit of lightheadedness are on and off. I managed the lightheadedness better now, but I'm concern with my right eye blurry vision too. I haven't check with the ENT/specialist yet as sometimes my right eye came to normal then off again. I also take almost the same supplements like you, mines w raw garlic every meal and quercetin 1000mg/day. Did you see an eye doctor for your blurry vision? any tips how you manage too? Thanks


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Jessiekhri
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@nick Hi Nick. Great post. I'm post 25 days of 1st shot on pfizer and never take the 2nd dose and wont avail any covid vaccine at all. Got the symptoms of chest tightness, blurry vision, lightheadedness and general weakness on first week then on and off on 2nd week and easing off on 3rd week and now feeling way better but some symptoms are yet to wean off. I also shared most of the supplements you take and prior to that I have a series of tests and blood works done and all came Normal. thank God 🙂 The only thing am concern right now is my blurry vision and less lightheadedness. The blurry vision on my right eye is the most annoying thing but it also relieved by a simple eye drops. Both come and goes but its been pretty 5days normalcy for me out of 25 days. Have you ever had blurry vision? specially in the right eye. The rest are ok now for me. I wonder if am going to check my protein spike if theres such. I havent done the MRI or CT scan as my vitals are normal apart from my on and off low grade fever that goes away after few mins. Its a roller coaster ride, had my state of depression too but i overcome it now and I'm really praying we all wont develop any illness from these sane Side Effects. I will look into turmeric vits soon. Thanks for the input.


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@larag I use Florajen. It is refrigerated so I got it from the grocery store pharmacy. It took about 4 days for the combination to work but I am markedly better. Keep me posted on your progress.


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Nath7
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@sarahrua keep in there! You will see improvements and won’t stay this way forever! I’m 3and a half months in and it has mentally tested me very much!! I’m from the uk and I’m actually starting to see a turn in doctors recognising the affects post vaccine! I’ve been through all the emotions of feeling like im dying and everything else, I would say I’ve had a severe reaction as it’s affected everywhere breathing chest pains and palpitations dizzy and fainting spells head pressure tinnitus you name it im experiencing it, and tbh the thing that is helping me most is just accepting that im I’ll and im not dying! I’ve been diagnosed with an autonomic dysfunction most likely caused by the vaccine or could be from when I had Covid in dec 2020. But was symptom free from Covid after getting over it for 6 months! So more likely the vaccine. And googling it spiralled me as this condition is untreatable but can go into remission for years at a time only management can help symptoms I’m only 27. But I still keep fighting every day because I’ve read success stories online even when faced against the odds our minds and bodies can do amazing things! Hold in there it’s only natural what you feeling now but you got this ❤️


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Nath7
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Just an update guys, so I’m basically on this long road to diagnosis of autonomic dysfunction basically the nerves have either been damaged inflamed or just going crazy! My heart rate spikes upon just standing over 30 beats per min and stays there I can’t stand up for longer than 10 mins, it’s mainly linked with a condition pots syndrome. And causes all the symptoms people are dealing with, the list is so long all the way from heart to brain to the gut and intestines.

googling it at the start made me very down as there’s no cure but symptoms can get better and even some people go into remission so I need to hold onto that hope! 

this has lead me to believe that the reaction in our bodies have set off different nerves in our systems, maybe just inflaming them and will settle down which I hope 🙏 or it attacks and damages them.  But our minds and bodies are so truly amazing at repair I do believe will will all eventually get better. 

after countless hours spent looking over the internet for answers and this and that, I decided to email the nhs vaccine and research (in the uk) got a phone call back today I told her my story and they said that they will get a clinical researcher to contact me in 1-2 weeks, fingers crossed that I can get some insight or even go into have tests and research done. 

I will be keeping everyone posted. Keep up the positive vibes guys as people on here are reaching out for help so we can do our best to help each other! 


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jacquelyn sauriol
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@dreajayy for joint pain I try to cut the carbs, and start

the day with apple cider vinegar and honey in water.  Joint pain

goes away after 2-3 days.   Birch extract is helpful also, basically

it is liquid aspirin, but with whole tree constituents so it is

better than a pill.  Aspirin works too.  See att. list for

post vax issues over the counter meds. Check for interactions always.


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@nath7 hi, with what you’ve been diagnosed with by the doctor, the autoimmune disease, what did they say about recovery? I know it can’t be cured but how is it made better? 


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SarahMel
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Thank you for your kind words and wishes! 

Sending you the best energy in your recovery journey❤️❤️❤️❤️


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jacquelyn sauriol
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@larag I know for me my trust in the medical system went

from a 1 out of 10 to a -100.  Watching one CDC meeting online

was enough to see that truly no one is at the helm;  approvals

for vaccines are a complete farce, medically.  This has just

made that apparent.  An experiment with no control group is

not an experiment, right?  What is an experiment without a control group called?

"One-Shot Case Study"
No control group. This design has virtually no internal or external validity.
 
 

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Gloria M
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@thenystagmus 

Thank you Sassafras. A much needed loving message. ❤️😔❤️


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Nath7
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@tarx well I’m down the process of being diagnosed, you have to have the symptoms for over 6 months which mine is only 3and a half. But I have met every criteria with pots syndrome. At the moment it is just being left as autonomic nervous dysfunction. There’s so many different variations of time the cardiologist mentioned that I should (which I am praying) get Better but can take many months. The process is really long there’s a lot of tests they need to carry out 👎 but he’s very sure what I have got. I guess no one can give you definite answers as they don’t know, but what he did say because I have 27 years with no prior of these health conditions that they should correct and there being a Possible cause of why Covid or vaccine 🤷‍♂️ People who gets it where it’s more genetically tend to be worst of by his knowledge. His instructions are add a lot of salt into your diet makes your body retain water more. Drink about 3 litres of water,  slowly gradual exercise but on the ground as I can’t stand up for to long. And he’s looking into beta blockers. but my heart rate is so crazy, at night it’s like sometimes as low as 36 bpm and standing up it can just bounce to 170bpm scary really but I’ve have 2 cardiologists look at my heart and nothing has shown up wrong only that it goes all over the place, only test I haven’t done for heart would be an mri scan. You experiencing same sort of issues?  


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