Covid-19 Vaccine side effects
@lukenick My daughter lost 12lbs and I am down 10lbs as of today and am still losing
@romaina You've made my entire day! I am tremendously happy for you to have reached full recovery and that you can now resume your life to the fullest.
Health indeed is our greatest treasure, but we realise that only when we lose it. May you never relapse again!
Looks like I got this handout from Vestibular.org, so there it is again as a link in case it's been updated... https://vestibular.org/wp-content/uploads/wpforo/default_attachments/1634486107-COVID-Vaccination-Side-Effect-Reducing-OTC-Medicines-and-Nutraceuticals.pdf
Hi, I was surprised to think this info would be on the Veda website, so I did a search of the Veda articles and couldn't locate this.
It appears that the link is to this attachment in several Veda posts. I did a search of this Veda forum, using the word "Nutraceuticals", and in reading the posts that come up, it appears that this pdf was posted several times as protocols from the FLCCC Alliance.
@romaina This is great news and is encouraging, thank you for your feedback and all the best!
@masterblaster you have a lot of symptoms i didn't have, but that lingering disturbed vision and feeling of malaise hits the nail right on the head... I also had the acute episodes of vertigo, followed by weird, hard to define vision issues, mild vertigo, and brain fog. Sounds a lot like your course of events. It's mostly gone now but it does still pop up sometimes, and it's very discouraging when it does. I'm 7 months out from vaccination, it took a good 6 months to start feeling much better at all.
I did have the second shot, and it didn't seem to make my symptoms any worse than they already were. But now I wonder if it might have lengthened the recovery period. If you are getting better, it's probably best not to do anything that messes with your body. I wasn't getting any better at the time when I got my second. Now that I'm on the mend, I don't want to change anything, just let my body heal.
I hope you can get that medical exemption and continue your education. It's ridiculous we're not allowed to say no to something that messed us up this bad, and it takes away important things in our lives... All the stories on have have virtually the exact same experience i did, in some way or another. Can't be a coincidence. I hope someday that can figure out exactly what happened here and we and the doctors will have an explanation that gives us a recognized reason to avoid shots like this in the future... It probably won't happen though, as long as the public narrative is motivated by profit over truth (something i wouldnt have believed before this horrific experience) In the mean time, our lived experience ought to be be believed... Most of us didn't go into this expecting anything bad or having anything against vaccines... we were trying to do the right thing.
I have posted a couple of times, had many and various symptoms (swinging heart rate and blood pressure, chest tightness, blocked ears and tinnitus, panic attacks, tingling, insomnia, periods after menopause ... list goes on unfortunately) I was sent this link by a friend a couple of days ago and interestingly have already been following most of the recommendations (apart from the pharmaceutical) on the advise of a good naturopath. I am finding at the 3 month post Vax stage that I am beginning to come right, I can sleep without sleeping tablets and am able to work again. I thought others may be interested in the link A practical approach to keeping healthy after your Covid-19 jab | World Council for Health.
@nick thanks for your detailed reply, you know alot more than me I understand a little better what may be happening.Yeah it makes sense I guess it's just going to be a matter of time and for our bodies to repair.I was diagnosed with vestibular neuronitis in the first 2 weeks after jab really bad ear,balance vertigo symptoms couldn't hear properly! it seems to be calming now slowly.My doc said he's diagnosed it too loads of patients and it's really common apparently, they don't tell you any of this do they! the Kn*bs 🙄
It's so nerve wracking waiting for results I'm sure they will all be ok seems to be the trend. I was the same the other day in the hospital I looked like a crazy women just crying in the corner 🤦
Hope you're feeling ok today it's really hard to pick yourself up of the floor it takes a huge amount of strength,everyone's here if you need a chat ❣️
not sure if you use any apps but I use a good one called calm I find it helps a little with anxiety as im choosing not to take any meds x
@thenystagmus thanks thenystagmus, I did look at FLCCC ALLIANCE again for that, but rather it must have come from someone in this or another forum. This is the link to the FLCCC prevention and outpatient protocol so I will refer to that from now on - as its frequently updated thanks again
Hi @nick, I also set my mind at ease by asking my doctors to run tests for issues that I was concerned about. Peace of mind is so helpful for healing! On the other hand, hypervigilance can be so unsettling.
I have a funny story about symptom monitoring... Having experienced a substantial amount of recovery, I was really pleased to feel well enough to do a bunch of yardwork yesterday. At dusk, I found one more thing to do before stopping. I broke off a dead, overhanging branch from a tree. It scraped my face on its way to the ground, leaving my face stinging. I drug it to my brush pile. I then became dismayed at how very bad my low light vision had become, thinking it seemed suddenly much worse. As I walked across my yard I began to realize I no longer had my glasses on. I hadn't been aware they'd been knocked off by the falling branch.
It's always good to be reassured that symptoms aren't something sinister, but you can imagine I felt silly, but oh so cheered that my worsening "symptom" was alleviated when I got a flashlight and finally spied my glasses glinting in the grass in the deepening gloom of the evening! 🤣 🤓🤣
I had both my modurna shots. One in April, one in May. I didn't have any reaction to those, but I had a booster in Oct. About 3 days after, I started feeling dizzy. I'm on day 6 and its quite a bit worse. I've nearly collapsed twice. If I turn on my side in bed, it feels like I'm continuously falling for about 45 seconds. Iv'e had sleep paralysis in the past, and it feels a lot like that.. I can function at work, but it's not exactly easy and i feel like a big dumb dumb when people ask me questions..brain fog I guess.
@sarahrua good advice! I have focused on my health since having shingles jan- March of 2021. When I got the Pfizer shot I was barely recovered from shingles. No problem and I continued to regain my balance and vision (head shingles). After the 2nd Pfizer, two weeks after, my balance again was gone, and my double vision returned. I Initially thought “vaccine”. I have since learned that this remission and return to balance and vision problems and other post herpetic neuralgia stuff caused by shingles, is common. I have continued in vestibular rehab, going now only once a month. I’m able to do everything I could do before, excepting having extreme fatigue after some activities. (pHN and typical). I now know of, through a teacher friend, in excess of 400 vaccinated people, with Pfizer, moderna and J&J. No one has reported, through her students or parents a single side effect past the discomfort in the first days. One person did report knowing “a friend who had a friend who knew someone who posted on Facebook” that she got Bells Palsy after her Pfizer shots. That person says she is 76, and loves the outdoors, and lives in an area with rampant Lyme disease. So I would think “Lyme” which can also lead to BPalsy. I just don’t think most of the problems people have are from the vaccines. If my balance and vision problems were, they are about gone and were identical to the shingles episode. Best of luck to all who are still suffering, and keep trying to find answers, but probably not on the internet, especially not on social media. May everyone feel healthy and happy soon!!
Has anyone here had success getting an appointment with Dr. Bruce Patterson? I did all the lab work and now it's basically impossible to get a telemedicine visit to discuss the lab results. I've seen numerous people having the same issue. Patterson seems to shrug off everyone having this issue and tells us all to email his office. Brittany who is apparently the one doing all the emails gives the same generic response, "we're adding appointments every day." Yet I check every single day and there's never availability. They've apparently added 11 new physicians to do the telemed visits but I have my doubts of who these people he's added even are. I signed up to get Patterson and now if I even get an appointment i'll be passed on to some unknown person?! My next question, has anyone on this forum who has experienced side effects from the jab been cured by Patterson or his protocols? At the end of the day, I just want to be cured. Patterson and his office have been a complete letdown at this point.
Looking for Advice on getting the second Pfizer jab
feb this year 5 hours after the first dose I experience a side effect I’d like to call it dizziness but it felt more like tunnel vision nearly passing out and then it would pass. These were all a very scary feeling
i experienced 10-20 a day for 28 days until to work or function during this time mainly taking to the best after one for rest
did anyone here with similar symptoms go and get the second jab after?
Thank you so much for this post...it makes so much sense and gives me some hope!