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@rachie Did you try ivermectin? I just took half of my photos this morning I’ll take the other half tonight. Did it work for you?


   
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Thanks KitKat, referrent shoulder pain is a bit hard to look up; when I look for SIRVA it mostly discusses how to properly inject someone..hmmph....and SIRVA/shoulder pain do not appear here at   https://www.ehealthme.com/covid-vaccine-list/       which is my quick source to VAERS, which I am less able to navigate.   You have to select your vaccine and scroll down.

When you scroll down to see the various types of injury, shoulder pain is not a category.  (there is lots on that site that is free, but they are a commercial site so caveat emptor)  Anyway referrent shoulder pain seems quite real, perhaps because there is only about 12" between our shoulders!  Not much in between I guess. ha.   Maybe there is a study on this specifically somewhere....will tell...best

jackie


   
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@jkalber87 I figured inflammation is inflammation regardless of where it is being problematic in the body. I have been trying to keep my symptoms under control by keeping my overall bodies inflammation as low as possible.

I have been leaning towards an alkaline diet and also eat lots of pineapple again to fight inflammation. I feel like the turmeric and pineapple really help knock the edge off my symptoms. after I had been taking it for a few days the benefits were noticeable. Anything is better than nothing. Also try omega 3 capsules.

My right eye has also become problematic after my first Pfizer vaccine. I had the jab in my left arm. Around 4 weeks after my jab I noticed my eye floaters that I have had for over twenty years started being more noticeable. I began having intense sharp stabbing pains in my eye as well as seeing flashing lights. Had eyes checked out and everything is well.

Opticians believes it is caused by the vaccine and that it should resolve in time. He advised to keep my hydration levels up. I'm nearly 3 months out from my jab and although the stabbing in my eyes is mostly gone I have noticed that when I look at things with lines on them or dark and light patterns the image/object I am looking at look like they are moving I think my eyes are struggling to focus together at times. Feels like my eyes are slightly wobbling. So random! Others on here have spoke of the same issues and that they have improved in time although have sometimes flared up on the road to recovery. Hope this helps. 🙂 Hang in there you are not alone.


   
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@bowie 17 days, but I was very intentional about eating only plants, and taking anti inflammatory supplements.  I also am fortunate in that I stay home with my kids, and my husband took 3 weeks off to basically let me lay in bed.  Believe in your body’s ability to heal, and eat healthy like you never have before!


   
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@katie how are you now? 


   
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@spacecadet are you still all better? How long did it take? What symptoms did you have?

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Hey all.. just an update.. so I don't want to speak to soon as I have had relapses and to be honest I am expecting more..  but the last 3 days I've pretty much felt like my old self.. well about 90% there... I'm still having physio for joint pain and today had a chest xray just to be sure that's all OK. I've also been referred to a spinal specialist as of my neck pain and Dr said that could be cause of my headaches and dizziness... but.... 3 normal days have been lovely and have given me hope for the first time since June. I'm 4 months post 1st jab now. 

I really do think it's a case of time.. and trust me.. 2 months ago I was an anxious wreck. I was SO bad. Mentally and physically at an all time low.

So please think positive and know this will pass. Just trust your body and be patient xx


   
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Posted by: @jacquelynsauriol

Thanks KitKat, referrent shoulder pain is a bit hard to look up; when I look for SIRVA it mostly discusses how to properly inject someone..hmmph....and SIRVA/shoulder pain do not appear here at   https://www.ehealthme.com/covid-vaccine-list/       which is my quick source to VAERS, which I am less able to navigate.   You have to select your vaccine and scroll down.

When you scroll down to see the various types of injury, shoulder pain is not a category.  (there is lots on that site that is free, but they are a commercial site so caveat emptor)  Anyway referrent shoulder pain seems quite real, perhaps because there is only about 12" between our shoulders!  Not much in between I guess. ha.   Maybe there is a study on this specifically somewhere....will tell...best

jackie

Thanks for that. At first I thought it must be caused by a nerve that ran from one arm to the other being stabbed by the vaccine needle (biology not my best subject in school 😁) when I mentioned it to my doctor on the phone he totally dismissed it like I was talking nonsense so I actually started thinking it was psychosomatic! It was a relief to read on here others who had experienced the same thing. My right arm pain has cleared up now but my left arm at the site of the vaccine still is immensely painful 3 months later. COVID arm? I can actually feel a one inch dent in my left arm muscle where I received the jab. Feels like the muscle in the area has just wasted away. I'm going to check the link you sent out right now. I've read so much medical stuff in the last few months I could qualify as a doctor!🤓😵😀


   
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jacquelyn sauriol
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@lmkk also this study on VACCINE RELATED MYOSITIS which may be the term

we need to search...just reading this now myself    https://academic.oup.com/qjmed/article/114/6/424/6153978

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@yoki I’m in the same boat as you and might have to get my second dose due to mandate. How many days did you say on the prednisone? And what was the dose?  Thank you! 


   
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@kaykay I’m so glad you have recovered. Today I am having a rough day very dizzy and nauseous feeling so discouraged been trying so hard to feel better and I after a few days I always end up at the same spot. This brings me some hope. This experience has been the worst in my life. Wishing we can all recover and feel normal again!


   
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Re shoulder injuries, Looking up injection site symptoms works, there were about 14 different types of injection site symptoms for the Phizer vaccine alone.  Again this is at https://www.ehealthme.com/covid-vaccine-list/ and scroll down after you select your vaccine.  Only the 'big 3' are there, Moderna Phizer and J&J.  


   
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@cathymason hi! I’m good! Everything has resolved, including my reduced threshold to migraine, except that I still get mild headaches from reading. But they are totally tolerable. I did vestibular rehabilitation therapy and also am doing Botox migraine treatment, and I think those both have helped, but I have also mostly just healed.

I actually just saw an eye dr at Johns Hopkins Wilmer eye institute yesterday for an evaluation, and she confirmed my eyes aren’t working well together with focusing etc., which is what is likely causing the headaches. So I will do a few months of vision therapy and will hopefully be 100% after that. 

Now I just have to worry about it all starting again if I get a booster. I’m 37, very fit with no risk factors, and still have decent antibodies (I had them checked), so I am holding off for now.


   
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@atp223 What kind of vision therapy are you planning to do?


   
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Has anyone completely recovered from dizziness and the flare ups? How long did it take?


   
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