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Kenny920
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I am wondering why some will have more reaction to the vaccine spike protein vs the actual covid virus. I did some research but could not find anything good yet. 


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Kenny920
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@larag thank you for sharing 🙂 I am sure it will reduce soon so don’t worry too much! I will also share once I have more information with my doctor. I believe that all will be good. I am thinking if the vaccine has temporarily raise the antibodies level hence seeing elevated level. 


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SarahMel
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@larag Please let us know how you go if you take the second shot. Have you 100% recovered from the first? Did you do something to get better?


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SarahMel
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@swtammie78 Hi, please let us know how you go if you get the second dose. Have you recover 100% from the first ? Did you do something to get better?


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LadyT
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@kenny yes my blood is thick and slow they had to keep shaking it while collecting it.


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yoki1964
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Posted by: @jaydev55

Has anyone who has recovered eye floaters gone away?

Unfortunately, floaters are permanent. You do get used to them.


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LorraineB
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@sarahrua I will be sure to post an update. Technically, I have a little head pressure, but I say that I have recovered because it's hardly inconvenient anymore. In the beginning the head pressure, brain fog and dizziness severely handicapped me. I didn't do anything special and my symptoms gradually faded over 2.5 months. Nothing made me feel better, but there were things that certainly made me feel worse - coffee, crying and exercise seemed to exacerbate things (only once I felt better enough to notice that I could feel worse). So, I just practiced acceptance, breathed deeply, drank a lot of water and ate the best I could. Didn't take any medication or vitamins except a Prenatal inconsistently. 


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LaraG
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@sarahrua hey. No I haven't recovered from the first shot and won't be having any more. I regret the first as it is. Luckily I have in writing from the neurologist that he doesn't recommend any additional vaccines. Whether that changes in time I don't know but in the UK where I work I'm lucky that there are no vaccine mandates.


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LaraG
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@kenny yes this is what the Dr said and he said the average time for a long covid patient is between 6-12 months and he thinks this may be similar to having that so I've trying to remain hopeful and wait it out but it's difficult. I was fit and healthy at the gym 3 times a week prior. Now I feel like I have the body of an 80 year old. The aches and pains in my joints are unreal. Especially when I first wake up. It's so painful 😔


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Kenny920
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@hopetofeelbetter hmm did they say anything or did you do any checks on that? I know it could be also due to lack of water. 


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Kenny920
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@larag yes please stay positive! All these pain will be gone soon and we will all get back to before 😉


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Kenny920
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anyone still facing chest pain or tightness or even shortness of breath after exerting even after clearance (blood test, ECG, Ultrasound) by the cardio or lung doctors?


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AnotherOne92
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@kenny I've had shortness of breath since day one. Like every other symptom it has periods where I can barely walk without being out of breath, and other times where I can do a solid 15 to 20 minutes of walking before it hits me. 


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LadyT
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@kenny i drink nothing but water. No they did not do any checks. The doctors are still telling me that it is not the vaccine. I'm not getting much help. I was just referred to a rheumatologist. 


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LadyT
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@kenny yes but I believe that it is due to the gastrointestinal issues. I have an appointment with the gastrointestinal doctor next week and will keep you updated. 


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