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Seema
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@jaydev55 - symptoms wise I am still the same. Ringing and eye floaters are still there but less noticeable. As per my neurologist, it should resolve in the next 2-3 months. He also warned me about the flare-ups during viral infection. So, I am mentally prepared for bursts during flu/cold. He also mentioned that it wouldn't be as bad as vaccine side effects. It will take a year or two for our bodies to settle down ultimately. 

 

 


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Heatherxxo
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Posted by: @sarahrua

@heatherxxo 

 

thank you so much for your kind words. I keep praying for you and my recovery. Only God keep us strong. 

Can’t be more grateful for this group. I’m sure we will get better. ❤️❤️❤️❤️

I just want to have my life back and take care of mu baby. 

You're welcome,this journey is soooo hard! We will get there eventually I have faith ❤️

Me too it's good to know everyone is in this together we can all support each other.You will in time,I promise.

Have a lovely day lots of love ❤️


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Gianna
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@mountainmama did you need to take antibiotics for the ear infection? How bad was it?


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MountainMama
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@larag I’m of a similar mindset.


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MountainMama
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@gianna1 I took antibiotics and steroids. The infection was of the inner ear and it caused permanent deafness in the one ear and vestibular damage that left me with persistent dizziness for several months. I couldn’t work for the first two months of it I was living on a merry-go-round. Thank goodness though the dizziness tapered over about 6 months and I’m just hoping I’m close to getting rid of it maybe in a month or so. Problem is every time I get slight nasal congestion, the dizziness and vertigo come back but not as bad as it was in the beginning.


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LaraG
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@mountainmama it's so hard isn't it!! But If my son suffered like this I'd never forgive myself and the child cases of serious covid in the UK are so low...Our government have drilled into us that children suffer so much less... basically like having a bad cold. I know there have been cases of serious covid in children though so it makes it hard and I totally understand those that chose to vaccinate their children. 


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@masterblaster You know your situation better than anyone, but I will say I find myself in a similarly precarious position both with school and my job. I was able to do online for my last semester and get an extended leave of absence due to unknown symptoms at work- but that will only last so long. I am likely to lose my job in the coming weeks if I don't get the second vax. The way I see it though is what good is a degree or a job if you are to sick to work? The whole point of a degree is to have a better life. The way Ive felt in the past 7 weeks has been anything but good, the upside is im not dead and appear to be improving. As long as im not to sick to work I will be ok, but If i get the second jab and cant show up for work anyways im going to lose my job (my career really, im a little older than you and have returned to school). If i am sick for an extended period of time after I lose my job I also wont be able to get another one. This doesnt even account for the value of quality of life. Furthermore, neither of us were in a high risk category prior to the vaccination, we are now at an even lower risk even after only 1 vaccination, and given our unfavorable side effects from the vaccine id say the risks outweigh the benefits at this point by a considerable margin. With delta fading, and an allegedly reduced efficacy for these vaccines against delta anyways- whats the point? They will likely be ineffective against a new variant anyways.

I think the truth about these vaccines causing issues for folks like us will come out eventually. It will take time, but its going to happen. I think once they figure out whatever happened to us the medical community will be more accepting and probably more likely to back us. I am hoping that with a little time a lot of these mandates and restrictions will fall away because people will just stop listening and it will take pressure off the medical community and businesses. Censoring and gaslighting victims of an experimental drug that is being forced on people is beyond wrong its a crime against humanity. These people are going to find themselves on the wrong side of history.

What im saying is, concentrate on feeling better and making the most of your life. There is an old saying, "If you make enough laws, eventually everyone will be a criminal". At this point, I am more worried about what V#2 will do to me than being an criminal. I'm not above washing dishes to make ends meet if that is the choice between being diseased and crippled. I just want my health and quality of life back- the rest will work itself out in time.

 

 


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MountainMama
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@larag Same here. I’m not anti-vax and my son had all of his other vaccinations but I’m in no rush for him to get the Covid vaccine.  But I also don’t judge others who decide differently. I think it’s up to each parent. But it does seem to me that the cost-benefit ratio is so much different for kids since it seems that their chances of severe Covid, barring some kind of comorbity, is really low but the risks of the vaccine in the short term are what we experienced first hand (and it’s awful) and in the long term are unknown. 


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Aurelia
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Hello all,

for me it‘s now 6 months past first and last pfizer shot. It is so depressing as doctors can‘t help and one needs to plan all next steps to finally get some diagnosis and treatment by himself. I struggle with fatigue, migraine, vision problems, tinnitus, tinglings and insomnia. Feeling like a zombie that is physically there but thats it.
Same symptoms as Post Covid Syndrome..... aren’t they??? But it started shortly after vaccination.

I hope so much that we will get the same chance for good diagnostics and a treatment like Long Covid patients soon!

Did somebody here had the same issues for so long and did you see any improvement after 6 months?

Keep praying that this will have an end for all of us!
 


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LaraG
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@mountainmama couldn't agree more! I've just had a text for my sons annual nasal flu spray and normally I'd book it no hesitation as he had it last year and is up to date with his vaxs. But I feel more nervous now. It's like I'm scared of all medications. 😔


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Anyone had lightheadedness when there walking? And anyone know how to help it? Just feel really lightheaded if I walk anywhere!!


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dragonlover
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Posted by: @larag

@mountainmama couldn't agree more! I've just had a text for my sons annual nasal flu spray and normally I'd book it no hesitation as he had it last year and is up to date with his vaxs. But I feel more nervous now. It's like I'm scared of all medications. 😔

I feel the same. I've normally had a flu shot by now but haven't this year.  I'm afraid to, even though I've never had a problem with flu shots before.


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ss1050
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@rachie Hi Rachie, 

I am a fellow long hauler. Please could you DM the deals of the Ivermectin Doctor in the UK. I have been trying to find one here in the UK but it has been a nightmare! Thank you. 


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KitKat
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Posted by: @mountainmama

@lmkk Hey there, I have a little one as well, though mine is a little older than your’s.  I completely empathize with you on getting these scary symptoms and having to watch a lo.

Anyway, I saw a news article that one of the vaccine manufacturers is hoping to have approvals for the vaccine for babies 6 months and up by the end of the year.  I’m curious to know whether you’ll be getting your little one vaccinated?  I fortunately don’t have to worry about day cares forcing it, but I am concerned that somehow, someway, there’s going to be pressure to get the kiddos vaccinated.  I am super hesitant given how new the vaccine is and given my own adverse event.  What about you?

Definitely not. I'd rather take my kids out school then let them have the jab. It's my worry now that whatever it is in my body that caused me to react in such a way to the jab my kids may have inherited. I'm not prepared to take any risks. I couldn't bare for them to have to go through these side effects. 

I think in Cuba they have already started vaccinating poor babies 🙁

The inventor of the mRNA technology apparently has expressed concern about vaccinating young children I've read somewhere on this thread that he is getting silenced and his linked in and Instagram are shut down for speaking out.

In Wales a bunch of parents have come together and with the help of a solicitor warned their kids school that they will take them to court if any of their children are jabbed without their consent. I am right behind them on this and definitely something to think about if they really start forcing it on children.

I thought kids didn't get covid as bad as adults and given that the jab has just been banned in some countries including Denmark and Norway due to jabs causing heart inflammation especially in boys I think it's appalling that they are pushing it so heavily while still on trial until 2023!


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KitKat
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Posted by: @isismadec
Posted by: @larag

@mountainmama couldn't agree more! I've just had a text for my sons annual nasal flu spray and normally I'd book it no hesitation as he had it last year and is up to date with his vaxs. But I feel more nervous now. It's like I'm scared of all medications. 😔

I feel the same. I've normally had a flu shot by now but haven't this year.  I'm afraid to, even though I've never had a problem with flu shots before.

Same situation here. I normally receive the flu shot at work due to being around vulnerable patients but I'm too afraid this year to get it. I'm worried my body will just go into meltdown. 


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