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Jess
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@medee I actually never experienced any chest pain or allergic reaction after getting vaccinated. Just standard aches and chills and a headache and then 7 days later, severe vertigo.


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Dee
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Posted by: @maktas87

@medee I took some medicine like you, but it didn't work for me. Our problem is not about taking medicine. The vaccines were damaged to the nervous system, and we need to wait until it's cured by our bodies. Some people are cured of dizziness later one week, some of them months because of the differential body system. I went to a lot of doctors and took tests, then they never had seen anything. The latest doctor said to me the vaccines reduced some vitamins and minerals in our blood. I recommend getting checking your blood level of vitamins and minerals, then you'll see what you need the most. My B12 and folic acid level between the normal interval, besides that it was almost near to their lowest value. I used vitamin tablets and injectors what my doctor gave me. I took care of my diet, stretched my total body's muscles and joints for giving relax the nervous system. It worked for me. The first week my left ear problem was almost cured, the second week the right ear was almost cured, too. Included ear hurting, tinnitus, pressuring, and itching.

Did you have any chest pain? If you did, how did it get cured?


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Dee
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Posted by: @maktas87

My experience about how long did it go away its symptoms? I am almost cured of it except for one thing, forgetfulness. Maybe it helps you.

Blooded eyes - 3 days

Blurred vision - 4 days

Pain in the depth of my teeth - 1 week

Headache - 1 week

Ear itch - 2 weeks

Lower back pain - 2 weeks

Nausea - 2 weeks

Neck pain - 2 weeks

Left armpit pain - 2 weeks

Chest pain - 3 weeks

Arm/hand tremble - 1 month

Tinnitus - 1 month

Glutes pain/cramp - 1 month

Shortness of breath - 1 month

Dry cough - 1 month

Difficulty speaking - 1 month

Hard heartbeats which don't allow to sleep - 5 weeks

Sputum - 5 weeks

Flaming sinus - 6 weeks

Sensitivity to light and sound - 6 weeks

Pimples on face - 6 weeks

Ear pressure - 6 weeks

Leg cramps - 6 weeks 

Anxiety - 7 weeks

Tooth bleeding - 7 weeks

Palpitations - 2 months (first month's rate was 105-130, the second was 90-110, then it was normal 70-90)

Lightheaded - 2 months

Bad sleeping - 2 months

Dizziness - 3 months

Fatigue - 3 months

Easy to get exhausted - 4 months

Dark circles under eyes - 4 months

Leg pains - 4 months

Forgetfulness - 4 months +++

OMG! This is a huge list of symptoms!🥲

I'm so glad you're feeling better. I hope my chest pain goes off as it is scaring the shit out of me! And I don't know what to do!


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@medee 


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@medee 

I have positive autoimmune antibodies PM-Scl100. I do not know what it is and how to treat it. my eyes do not see well, my blood vessels burst.

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Posted by: @medee
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@medee hi there I’ve been on various different medication, but it seems after a week on anything my body won’t tolerate and I get nasty side affects. Was on amitriptyline on the 5th day it caused me crazy heart palpitations so had to stop those. Been on beta blockers recently which for the first 7 days I was really good off but seem to have a side affect from this now causing burning sensations through my legs and numbness. I’m not sure if my body is so hyper active that every time something goes in my body it causes more problems! Having a relapse at the minute last 4 days. So I’m thinking of stopping beta blockers even though they did help my chest pains. Such a shame it’s been 5 months for me now and I have a couple days where I’m better but I always seem to relapse breathing has been quite bad lately aswell. How are you getting on? 

OMG! There's no improvement since 5 months? Just like my last response here to your comment, I went back and checked people posting about natural foods. Seems turmeric and ginger has helped a lot of people here on this forum. You may look it up yourself and try looking for articles on what are some anti inflammatory foods that can cure or protect the body post vax. And what foods to avoid.

Here are a few I read about:

- Bone broth (chicken especially)

- Veggies 

- Oranges (and few other fruits. You will have to look it up)

- Turmeric, ginger, onions (and guess garlic too)

- Green tea

There may be more but the articles I read stated these helps a lot.

I think there's no harm in trying. But please do your own research. And do not over consume any. Try only one at a time. If it works, good for all of us.

Keeping you all in my prayers! 

Do let me know how you feel after trying this or any other medication. 

Do use the QUOTE option while replying. Take care!

I do think I’ve had a very severe reaction tbh most people probably haven’t had such a reaction, as I’ve had every symptom going and house bound. It seems to happen in waves as I do have moments of relief.

I know 5 months is a very long time and I don’t see myself getting better any time soon aswell. I would say that chest pains do subside and come back I’ve found. Symptoms come in waves. 

I hope your symptoms are not so severe as mine. I’m only 27 and have been completely floored. Doctors approach is hopefully it just sorts itself out in time. I seem to be getting worse not better which is strange as most people gradually see improvement. 


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Clarita
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@medee did you get 2nd shot?   I am pretty scarred to get the 2nd now.


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Nath7
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@maianixon I’ve been also seeming to get worse. I’m 5 months now and I’ve had it quite severe. My heart has been bad pots like symptoms inability to stand up. Bad dizziness have fainted a few times 😢 I will say my body has rejected everything put in it. I was put on amitriptyline but after 5 days it caused severe heart palpitations which stayed ever since. So just a word of warning some of the medicines have actually caused more harm to me than good. This is only my case though everyone is different just wanted to share that I’ve had bad experiences off them and caused more symptoms. I hope we get through this 🙏🙏 


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Clarita
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@elena1690 I had antibodies E, when I was pregnant due to my blood somehow in contact with my babie’s blood. Doctors asked me if I had a blood transfusion, which I didn’t. My reaction to the 1st shot has been bad with all the symptoms this forum states. I wondered if it was related to my Antibody E. 


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Lucky
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I’m 68 years old with excellent health, then suddenly three weeks ago I had a vestibular neuritis event. It came on extremely suddenly one morning after being up and about for about an hour. You all know the sequence of symptoms so I don’t need to describe what happened, but after CAT scans and MRIs and two days in the hospital, this is all they had to offer me. Supposedly I have the synapses and blood flow of a 20-year-old. I’ve had no other conditions, such as a virus or cold or any other health event. I usually did 4 miles every day at the gym, along with some weights, but finding recovery slow. Some good days, some dizzier. My diagnosis seems to be more of a “it was nothing else” so let’s call it this.

I’m still searching for answers. I had the Johnson and Johnson vaccine in early March and some existing ear ringing went from mild to loud. The injection site was sore for many months, feeling a lump in my arm, which is crazy to me. But that’s it.

I’m wondering if my vestibular event has anything to do with the Covid vaccine. Anyone else? 

 


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AndyL89
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@rraymo1123 Hi! Did you ever get your headaches sorted? How long did you suffer with them? I am experiencing the same symptom.


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Dee
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Posted by: @nath7
Posted by: @medee
Posted by: @nath7

@medee hi there I’ve been on various different medication, but it seems after a week on anything my body won’t tolerate and I get nasty side affects. Was on amitriptyline on the 5th day it caused me crazy heart palpitations so had to stop those. Been on beta blockers recently which for the first 7 days I was really good off but seem to have a side affect from this now causing burning sensations through my legs and numbness. I’m not sure if my body is so hyper active that every time something goes in my body it causes more problems! Having a relapse at the minute last 4 days. So I’m thinking of stopping beta blockers even though they did help my chest pains. Such a shame it’s been 5 months for me now and I have a couple days where I’m better but I always seem to relapse breathing has been quite bad lately aswell. How are you getting on? 

OMG! There's no improvement since 5 months? Just like my last response here to your comment, I went back and checked people posting about natural foods. Seems turmeric and ginger has helped a lot of people here on this forum. You may look it up yourself and try looking for articles on what are some anti inflammatory foods that can cure or protect the body post vax. And what foods to avoid.

Here are a few I read about:

- Bone broth (chicken especially)

- Veggies 

- Oranges (and few other fruits. You will have to look it up)

- Turmeric, ginger, onions (and guess garlic too)

- Green tea

There may be more but the articles I read stated these helps a lot.

I think there's no harm in trying. But please do your own research. And do not over consume any. Try only one at a time. If it works, good for all of us.

Keeping you all in my prayers! 

Do let me know how you feel after trying this or any other medication. 

Do use the QUOTE option while replying. Take care!

I do think I’ve had a very severe reaction tbh most people probably haven’t had such a reaction, as I’ve had every symptom going and house bound. It seems to happen in waves as I do have moments of relief.

I know 5 months is a very long time and I don’t see myself getting better any time soon aswell. I would say that chest pains do subside and come back I’ve found. Symptoms come in waves. 

I hope your symptoms are not so severe as mine. I’m only 27 and have been completely floored. Doctors approach is hopefully it just sorts itself out in time. I seem to be getting worse not better which is strange as most people gradually see improvement. 

You will soon be fine. Keeping you in my prayers! Take care.


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Dee
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Posted by: @clarita

@medee did you get 2nd shot?   I am pretty scarred to get the 2nd now.

Hey! I'm not planning for the 2nd one. My 1st shot was last month 9th October. If you have had weird symptoms and are here for answers, you know you're on your own.

Taking the vax or not is a personal decision and also depends on the mandate passed by your Government. But if you have had severe effects, it's better to stay away from the next jab.


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Dee
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Posted by: @jess2art

@medee I actually never experienced any chest pain or allergic reaction after getting vaccinated. Just standard aches and chills and a headache and then 7 days later, severe vertigo.

Glad you are not having chest pain. It's utterly bad for some of us. 

How are you feleing now? Did you get any relief?


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AndyL89
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Hi guys! I received my second Pfizer in August this year. During September I started experiencing tingling, burning sensations, calf spasms, muscle twitching, night twitches, sore eyes etc. These symptoms have now all subsided greatly, but I’ve been left with a constant headache which appeared after most symptoms died off. It’s a tension type headache and I’ve had near on 5 consecutive weeks. Can anyone else relate to this?

Thanks

Andy


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