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 Tarx
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@nath7 I was okay, then the last few days I’ve felt awful again 😢 the fact your mornings are okay are showing your slowly getting better! It genuinely is the longest wait ever tho isn’t it 😩 I was on propranolol to help with my heart palpitations it did seem to help me a lot! It’s just the chest tightness which is getting to me atm, but I’ve felt dead off the past week both my children have been poorly I’ve not been ill but runny nose and stuff so I’m hoping when that stops my symptoms won’t be so severe, it’s horrible isn’t it I really am loosing hope


   
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@kenny since the 16th of august they started! So I’m still only 10 weeks in, hoping these next few weeks I start to see good improvements! X


   
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Hi everyone! Just want to share my story here (35M athletic and healthy with no medication, stress, or anything else).

June 2nd: Pfizer shot (sore arm for some days and that's it)

June 10th : Perceived parestesia of my right hand, tingling (couldn't hold a pen very well). went to a Neuro, clean EMG.

July 1st: parestesia got a bit better but a tiny activation tremor still remained when I squeezed my hand

July 13th: got covid delta variant (all common sympthoms)

July 18th: revovered from fever and cough, lost smell and taste

July 31st: recovered from the smell and taste lost

September 16th: got the second dose of the pfizer vaccine (sore arm for some days and that's it)

september 24th: tingling, needles, numbness, extended fasciculations, light internal tremors, perceived weakness (all of them lstill persistent at the moment).

October 16th: on top of what I had, experiencing constant Dizzyness, nausea, feeling of being on a boat.

I've been trying so many supplements but nothing seems to really help. Tomorrow I'll start with Liposomal Glutathione and I'll see... Any other suggestion is more than welcome!


   
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@djbinca after my first Pfizer shot I had nearly identical symptoms as you. Within 15 -20minutes  post vax I had a metallic taste take over  followed by the extreme temperature shifts, numbness, feeling of unconsciousness and vertigo. I did not experience the gi tension you spoke of but I did experience and still do have attacks where I experience numbness from my head to lower torso.I lose connection to all sensation and complete disconnection from the ability to breathe. I feel so alone and frightened when these attacks occur. In addition I feel very intense pains in my chest, very drastic shifts heart rate most often when I am asleep. It wakes me up from a sound sleep. It’s not dream related and it is definitely something I’ve never experienced before. At times my heart feels very heavy with pressure. I also lived an active life before my Pfizer shot. I would exercise daily, running yoga and biking daily with my kids. I tried running yesterday and my head felt like it was in a vice along with pain behind my right eye. 

can you tell me what is going on with your heart? Any updates? I appreciate your post and will inquire about a heart monitor. 
thank you be well. 


   
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@tarx I know it just doesn’t seem to go does it! Aww no way hopefully your relapse doesn’t last long! I bet it’s so much tougher having 2 little ones to look after aswell I just feel sorry we are going through this 😔 I spose your right if I’m seeing I’m getting better in the mornings thne maybe it is some sort of slow improvement. I guess we got to keep battling through. I also have really bad chest tightness seems worse this month. Just so uncomfortable to breath happens in spells but only last for an hour then seems to ease are you the same? Wishing you all the best 


   
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 Tarx
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@nath7 yeah I just feel sorry for them I’ve not been able to do as much as I usually do that’s one of the hardest parts for me right now. Mine are the same, although sometimes I’ll have a bad day and it will last all day but then I’ll be ok for a while after! Keep getting sharp pains too in my chest there horrible 😩 I just can’t wait for this to be over! 


   
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@bowie long time since I’ve been here , now on page 656 I was here when it was like 26 pages , but I’m happy to say I’m 6 months past Vaxx and I feel 90-95 percent better! I still struggle with some insomnia, but I’m no longer dizzy , that was my main symptom! Time was the only thing that helped me 


   
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Posted by: @moonbeam

@lmkk I tested positive for Covid after my first Moderna shot in March.  My symptoms in addition to the extreme dizziness, were fatigue and tinnitus.  I also got shingles a few months later and my joints felt off (my knee dislocated slightly while just standing when that hasn't happened in over 20 years). I do think I had Covid in January because my sense of smell was really off, and I normally have a very good sense of smell. I took a PCR test at that time and it came back negative, but supposedly these tests are really not accurate at all.

I've gotten better over time although it's not a linear recovery. For those of you just experiencing this, be prepared that you may feel better but you can get a relapse. It's very discouraging when that happens! I had a slight relapse in early August and the tinnitus is more pronounced  now than the dizziness.  I am better but I don't feel 100%. 

My theory is if you had Covid and got the shot (and many of us may have had asymptomatic Covid), it brings about Covid like symptoms or worse.  I do think my tinnitus is related to the vaccine and I am not risking it worsening with a 2nd shot. My doctor also thinks it's the vaccine that has caused the tinnitus and dizziness and wrote me a note for work, but it's not good enough for the HR departments here where it is mandated to have full vaccination since the CDC and FDA don't recognize it as an adverse side effect.  I have a reprieve until the end of the year.

I fear for those health care workers and others who may have natural immunity from Covid who are forced to get the shot now.

Take good care, everyone.  The box breathing helps me. It is also supposed to help vagus nerve and your body in general.

Here are symptoms from the vaccine that have been reported.

https://www.c19vaxreactions.com/analysis.html

Thanks for your response. I've heard about box breathing so I'm going to look into it.🙏


   
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@junior1087 when did you start seeing some improvement I’m almost at the 3 month mark and thought I has made a little progress and for the last two days I’ve been feeling almost the worst I ever have. This seems like it will never end. Most of my symptoms seem vestibular. I feel like my brain sits in mush And I’m swaying, nonstop headaches, ear pressure and ringing, sinus pain, neck pain. Lately it feels like my brain is vibrating. I have suffered vertigo many years ago and this is a million times worse. I don’t know what to think anymore. Wish I could feel like myself again. 


   
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@junior1087 That's great news 🙂
When did the first improvements start?
All the best 🙂


   
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 Tarx
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Anyone else have brain fog to the point you feel so spaced out? Duno if the fullness in my ear is making it worse as i can’t hear much and it feels muffled but I feel so spaced out aswell 


   
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@tarx I completely feel your pain! Just a shame we didn’t sign up for this when having the vaccines just to try keep ourselves and other people safe just seems such a shame, but when we do finally get better after this ( seems like most people here are between 6-8 months) we can start to enjoy the better things in life again! I for one will not take things so fro granted that’s for sure. Keep your head up I feel like it’s try our hardest to get through these next weeks/months and we will defintetly get there. Keep me posted how you get on. 


   
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@junior1087  Thank for coming back and giving an update! Much appreciated.


   
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@myadan I had blurred vision for a while, but only short-lived. This was one of my really light symptoms. 


   
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 Tarx
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@nath7 fingers crossed we will be better soon! 🤞🏼 100% I will never take my health for granted again! I can’t wait to get back to feeling normal and not wondering every night if I’m going to wake up the next morning it’s torture! Yes I will, and you too! Keep me posted, x


   
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