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 ukuk
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@jaydev55 I didn't notice that - I think my skin was one area of the body that wasn't affected thankfully haha. Is that something new that started with you?


   
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@psargie for a month and a half now. It makes sense since this is a histamine response to the vaccine but I haven't seen anyone else say anything about that. 


   
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@psargie it's only in my hands though 


   
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Hello,

just thought I would post on here again. I was on this forum back in March so I got my vaccine pretty early and assumed there would be many many more people on this forum as the months went on. Judging by the fact that there is now 600+ pages seems I was right. Anyways…

I had all the usual symptoms; extreme brain fog, ear pain, headaches, and loads of other things. The brain fog was debilitating had to stop working, had to move across the country so I could live w my parents, couldn’t go outside, could barely go into public. Walking my dog was a struggle in itself. Things got especially bad after my second vaccine. You can see my experiences in my earlier posts, but just here to say as of today (First vaccine: March 21 Second vaccine: April 18th) I am fully recovered. I’ve been back at work for about 2 months(was still middle struggling with it) and as of about a week ago I’m back in college, working, have even gotten back into dating, been to concerts, go out regularly without the anxiety of the brain fog weighing on me. Truth be told I hardly think about it much anymore. 


   
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@pfizervictim i understand its just weird that they keep saying the head pressure is sinus but you know what you feel and it is not sinuses. 


   
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@nath7 keep me updated on your Mri results. What made the doctor decide to do the MRI? During my research it said the microclots are not being discovered through normal blood tests even the d dimer comes back normal. And they now know the microclots may be what is keeping people sick with long covid. I just figured it would be something to think about. 

https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2021/10/211004104134.htm

 


   
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 ukuk
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@jaydev55 Is strange, hopefully it is temporary whilst your body tries to sort itself out.


   
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@wynnwolter thank you for coming back on here to reassure us that we will get back to normal. 


   
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@hopetofeelbetter it's just doctors trying to gaslight you because they don't have an explanation for what's happening. 


   
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 Saba
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@wynnwolter Thank you so much for coming back and sharing this with us. It gives us all the much-needed hope that we will too get better with time. I read your previous posts about the floater issues. From your post in August, you were still dealing with them? How are they now? Are they completely gone or disappeared? Did you have a lot of them? Can you please describe them? There are quite a few of us on here that got the floaters after vax, including myself of course, and would love to hear more about your recovery from them. Thank you!

 


   
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@wynnwolter thank you for being so kind and letting us know that there is a light at the end of the tunnel. 


   
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@katie thank you so much. ❤️


   
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@dannyefc I have the same thing. Still trying to figure out a treatment and some kind of clarification about what it is. Let me know if you get more information.  


   
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If you guys are having trouble eating you need to try omeprazole! I am taking 40mg daily and I’m finally able to eat normally again! Originally lost ~ 15 lbs after my 2nd Pfizer shot.


   
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@wynnwolter 

Thanks for coming back and giving us an update...wonderful news for you and hope on the horizon for the rest of us!!


   
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