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5 months after vaccine 1 dose of Pfizer. my dizziness is not as strong as at the beginning after the vaccination, my pulse and heart rate have returned to normal. However, in my right eye my vision is blurry, my muscles ache and I have tremors in my arms, legs, abdomen, and head. My hand at the injection site periodically hurts, I have gastrointestinal problems, diarrhea. Who has pain in the arm at the injection site and muscle tremors? write please!


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Posted by: @elena1690

5 months after vaccine 1 dose of Pfizer. my dizziness is not as strong as at the beginning after the vaccination, my pulse and heart rate have returned to normal. However, in my right eye my vision is blurry, my muscles ache and I have tremors in my arms, legs, abdomen, and head. My hand at the injection site periodically hurts, I have gastrointestinal problems, diarrhea. Who has pain in the arm at the injection site and muscle tremors? write please!

Still have pain in my left arm 3.5 months after first Pfizer vaccine.

Also get random muscle tremors/twitching. Problems with my eyes.


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Posted by: @mountainmama

@gingerjones That’s terrible.  I had no issues sleeping other than the one day I had a fairly low amount of caffeine. I think my dosage was 10 mg? Whatever the standard dose is what I took.  Anyway, I was told to take my dose at night, right before bed.  I did that and had no issues with sleep.  Did you take your dose at night or in the morning?  Did you forgo caffeine?

Anyway, I’m not particularly sensitive in terms of meds and sleep. Some people are, unfortunately.  When I took my two-week course of corticosteroids, I had no major issues sleeping either, but I know some people do.  With the corticosteroids, I was told to take them first thing in the morning with food. I woke up every morning around 6:30 and took the steroids with some oatmeal and never had disruptions to my sleep or, if I did, they were so mild I don’t remember them.  

I am taking corticosteroids at the moment and do not have trouble with sleep...I take 5mg in the morning...


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Posted by: @mountainmama

@gingerjones That’s terrible.  I had no issues sleeping other than the one day I had a fairly low amount of caffeine. I think my dosage was 10 mg? Whatever the standard dose is what I took.  Anyway, I was told to take my dose at night, right before bed.  I did that and had no issues with sleep.  Did you take your dose at night or in the morning?  Did you forgo caffeine?

Anyway, I’m not particularly sensitive in terms of meds and sleep. Some people are, unfortunately.  When I took my two-week course of corticosteroids, I had no major issues sleeping either, but I know some people do.  With the corticosteroids, I was told to take them first thing in the morning with food. I woke up every morning around 6:30 and took the steroids with some oatmeal and never had disruptions to my sleep or, if I did, they were so mild I don’t remember them.  

I am taking corticosteroids at the moment and do not have trouble with sleep...I take 5mg in the morning...

Also, was taking the fluvoxamine at bedtime...drink 1 cup of coffee at 5:30 am every morning...not sure why I just couldn't sleep...


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@lmkk 

I wish you a recovery! I have tremors if I strain my arm or leg, muscle pain and blurry vision. we are in the same boat with you!

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Posted by: @nath7

@lmkk I’m happy for you that great news! Keep pushing on and put this shit behind you! I however seem to be progressing backwards which is crazy! I am only now suffering from muscle weakness and numbness tingling in legs at 5 month mark which would be rare as normally most symptoms would show up at the start I’m just surprised I’m getting new symptoms come on 👎 my original ones were heart and dizziness it’s the gift which keeps giving I guess. Doctors have no clue what to do with me as I must have like 10 different things going on 😳🤦‍♂️ This is definitely helpful for many people though. 

I am at the the 6 month mark and have been getting new symptoms the past couple of months...My latest one is being in a lighted room does something weird to my eyes...hard to explain...not painful, just really bright


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@lmkk 

I wish you a recovery! I have tremors if I strain my arm or leg, muscle pain and blurry vision. we are in the same boat with you!

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Posted by: @nath7

@gabw that’s dreadful 10 months is such a long time! Would you say you have seen any improvement at all or just been a shit old run. Doctors saying that it will pass with time? That’s mainly what mine are saying it’s crazy how it can affect you like this isn’t it. I’m just hoping that Time our bodies will have to resolve!! 🙏 sorry that it’s been so long for you! I really don’t want this for another 5 months! 

It’s been up and down to be honest. I was practically bed ridden for 2-4 weeks post both vaccines. I stayed at my mothers house for 4 months after the first one. I eventually got “better” after both to the point of like I am now - dizzy most days, some not too bad, some (like today) where I’m an anxious, dizzy wreck barely able to work/clean up etc.

Yes, my GP and ENT consultant both said it would pass with time yet I’m still the same. They’re useless! Just going to keep pushing for answers, I guess we can only be our own advocates. 

So sorry you’re the same too, it truly is awful. Personally the worst part is just not knowing why. 

Agreed, fingers crossed and hope you feel better soon! 


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Posted by: @nath7

@lmkk I’m happy for you that great news! Keep pushing on and put this shit behind you! I however seem to be progressing backwards which is crazy! I am only now suffering from muscle weakness and numbness tingling in legs at 5 month mark which would be rare as normally most symptoms would show up at the start I’m just surprised I’m getting new symptoms come on 👎 my original ones were heart and dizziness it’s the gift which keeps giving I guess. Doctors have no clue what to do with me as I must have like 10 different things going on 😳🤦‍♂️ This is definitely helpful for many people though. 

I am at the the 6 month mark and have been getting new symptoms the past couple of months...My latest one is being in a lighted room does something weird to my eyes...hard to explain...not painful, just really bright

It's crazy how new symptoms are able to manifest so far out from the vaccine. It must be long term inflammation causing it?

While my pins and needles are improving at 3.5 months out my eyes are now really playing up. One problem starts to go and another replaces it.


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@gingerjones Yeah, it might have been the coffee.  I found that any caffeine beyond the trace amounts in decaf was like I was on speed.  Pounding heart, really energetic, couldn’t sleep.  I just stopped all caffeine while on the Fluvoxamine when I read that it amplifies caffeine effects and prolongs its half-life by as much as 36 hours.  After I stopped all caffeine, I was fine.


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@twitch My symptoms started 4-5 weeks after my second shot.

It’s now been 10 weeks and for the past 5 I’ve had this headache. Has your headache eased off any?

I was prescribed amitriptyline which either worked for a couple of weeks or the headache lessened, but it’s now returned although not as intense as before.

I’ve read of people having a constant headache for up to 3 months. 

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Marina
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Hi everyone, 

Just want to report that after four months all my physical symptoms has improved except for panic attacks and anxiety. How do you guys deal with that. I’m really scared that I have to live with that for the rest of my life. 😥 

My pcp put me on Xanax for three month, but than I decided to stop the medication it’s been 6 weeks that I have stop I don’t know if did the right thing. 

and know I found a doctor that treat patient with natural supplements and he totally against vaccine. So if I see any improvement I will tag his name so you guys can benefit. 

wish everyone health and happiness. 


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Tahoedizzy
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I started to get vestibular disturbances after week one of the J&J.  The conditions come and go, and when bad can be quite maddening.  I am at week three and am starting to feel a little better.  I took aspirin for a week and now switched to Aleve.  I have always taken turmeric, vitamin D, and a B100. I also started taking a pine pollen extract and am looking at pine needle tea.

My concern going forward is that I never want to take another one of these vaccines.  I took this one to keep my job.  I want to find a doctor who is sympathetic to my condition, and who will write me an exemption from having to do this again in six months.  Has anyone had any experience with this?


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@mina did you do brain and spine mri with or without contrast? Yeah I have muscle twitching as well, more during night time. Do you also have intermittent chest, head or muscle pain? I think the poor blood flow due to the irregular blood pressure are causing it. Just my guess. Do you also experience big drop in heart rate when you transition from standing to sitting or lying down?


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Posted by: @kenny

@mina did you do brain and spine mri with or without contrast? Yeah I have muscle twitching as well, more during night time. Do you also have intermittent chest, head or muscle pain? I think the poor blood flow due to the irregular blood pressure are causing it. Just my guess. Do you also experience big drop in heart rate when you transition from standing to sitting or lying down?

Hi, i did brain and neck MRI without contrast. I had pain in my chest and the left half of my head but it's gone now. I have an increase in heart rate when I stand up or stand for a long time but it got better too.


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