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Kenny920
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@mina nice to hear that! So the neurologist did not find anything from the mri scans? Anything I should check with the neurologist. Seeing one soon.


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Posted by: @gingerjones
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

My eyes are bothering me too. I’m 3 1/2 months from my first dose. The last couple of weeks my eyes have become more sensitive to light, textures and movement making my dizziness worse 🥺 hope we all feel better soon. Doctor’s have been no help. Thinking of maybe going to an eye specialist. 


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Posted by: @kenny

@mina nice to hear that! So the neurologist did not find anything from the mri scans? Anything I should check with the neurologist. Seeing one soon.

I di the MRI a few days ago and i don't have the results yet. I have an appointment with the neurologist soon. Wish you the best 🙏🏼


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Inasweatermood
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Posted by: @vida30

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. 

If u don’t mind me asking what symptoms were you having from getting the vaccine? I found that cognitive behavioral therapy is useful in helping me deal with some of the anxiety produced by my symptoms and all the uncertainty. I have been trying to stay away from medications in fear that they will make me feel worse I’m so sensitive to medicines.


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@simplicity2378 

Swollen lymph node

Chest pain

Left arm pain

Upper back pain

Anxiety and panic attacks

Vomiting

Nausea

High blood pressure

heart palpitations

Fatigue

internal vibration head to toe 

And I Lost 25 pounds


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@lmkk yeah that could definetly be true I hope so 🙏 I’m also starting to wonder if it’s to do with my sleeping pills. I have not been able to sleep one but so have been on sleeping pills last 3 months! Might see if doctors can help out and change something. These last 5 months have been horrific I generally feel like I’m dying it’s so crazy. i generally wish I never took the bloody vaccine but I can’t go back now. Thankyou I just needed to vent out some of my worries I’m glad your improving 😊


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Nath7
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@gingerjones it’s just scary what has happened to our bodies. I do truly wonder if we will get back to full health 🙏. I’ve been hit really hard with the vaccine and it’s completely destroyed my body 


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Posted by: @medee
Posted by: @nath7

@medee first couple of days on meds does give relief but I think our bodies are so over reactive that we seem to get all sorts of reactions. Honestly I haven’t found anything to really help I get relief off some meds but they cause other issues. I’ve found that it seems to be flare ups so you will feel worse during some weeks but then they do seem to calm down for a couple days, personally I feel as time goes by some issues seem to drift off and others come up. A hot water bottle seemed to help when I was having bad chest pains I would hold a hot water bottle on my chest. Might of just been a comfort thing but seemed to take the edge off. 

Did you do any test for the chest pain? Any issues in your head too?

Or just let it subside on its own?

Yes many tests I’ve had, only thing that came back which wasn’t right was heart rate. A sinus arrhythmia and my heart stops for short pauses. They picked it up on a 24 hr ecg. My chest x rays and a echo showed up nothing abnormally wrong 


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sajlent
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@nath7 try avoid vitamin C, oranges, lemons, etc.. and try take just vitamin B complex for couple of days..


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Hi all, I had my second Az jab July 7th . I was fine for 3 weeks then had severes headaches and head fog . This then proceeded to clear and be replaced by body wide twitching & pops . 

 

One Google search sets off a massive anxiety attack as twitching associated with a array of awful syndromes . 

Now mid Nov i have some what calmed down , the head fog has cleared but body pops still there  and twitching / insect crawling  feeling still in my calfs . Cant help worry this isn't going to go . Drinking lemon water / turmeric/ green tea . Ibuprofen every other day . 

 

Waiting neurology appointment.  Every day I prey I go to bed and wake up the next day and this has gone . 

I think governments aware of issues especially the Az vaccine , its just calateral damage for keeping society open . 

Let's hope all recover safely.  

 

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Posted by: @saba
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@ldcorum Please do get the floaters checked out since you had a sudden onset of them. You want to make sure that the retina is intact etc. If that checks out well, it may be really hard for you to find any answer as to what they are and will they go away, etc. I have seen one optometrist, 2 ophthalmologists, 1 retina specialist, 1 neurologist just for the floaters in the last 5 months, and no one has any freaking idea about if/why/how the vaccine would have caused it and have no remedies to offer other than get used to it or risky surgery. Unfortunately yet thankfully there are several others that have reported these after the vax, so we are not alone and I have seen a couple of reports of them fading somewhat after months, so there is hope. 

I've had floaters for a few decades now. Didn't bother me. Suddenly they became very noticeable after my first Pfizer vaccine.

Had eyes checked twice and OCT scans show eyes are in excellent health.

It's annoying and so darn strange how the vaccine could cause the flare up.

@lmkk I never had them before, but I wonder if some of us have had them always to a certain degree but had 100% adapted to them hence we never saw them and we lost the ability to suppress them somehow due to the vax or covid. The neurologist I saw did say that it is a possibility, some sort of CNS hypersensitization. I recently saw a post on Reddit covidlonghauler's group where this person had zero floaters after 12-14 months. He/she said he a lot of them but they gradually reduced to zero. So if the the cause for our floaters is the same as it is for covidlonghauler's, we may recover too.

I don't have floaters but yeah! Hope to recover soon like the rest of them.


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Posted by: @simplicity2378
Posted by: @gingerjones
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

My eyes are bothering me too. I’m 3 1/2 months from my first dose. The last couple of weeks my eyes have become more sensitive to light, textures and movement making my dizziness worse 🥺 hope we all feel better soon. Doctor’s have been no help. Thinking of maybe going to an eye specialist. 

Hi @simplicity2378

It's strange your eyes have had changes the last couple of weeks. I was just checking my symptoms diary that I have been keeping since my first Pfizer yesterday so I could give accurate dates at my eye test appointment I had  yesterday. My eyes started having significant changes two weeks ago too.

I'm also 3.5 months out from my jab.

I've experienced a blurry patch within my vision at times which I think is occular migraine.  I have felt more sensitive to light. Random dots of tiny white lights in my vision for a second. Pain in the back of my right eye. A general sore, achy tired sensation in my eyes like I need my prescription for my glasses changing.

The thing that is scarring me the most is the wobbling vision. Sometimes when I look at something sections within my vision look like they are vibrating or trembling ever so slightly for a second or two. I've noticed it especially when I'm looking at texture like you mentioned or stripes such as my blinds and stripey bedcovers. The lines don't look straight they are slightly bending or something. I can't figure out which eye is causing it but I suspect the right eye as it's been feeling the most achy. Never had any issues like this prior to the Pfizer vaccine. 

I can't understand how my OCT scan couldn't pick up anything. I'm also going to try get to an eye specialist. I will let you know what is the outcome. Keep me updated if you also see anyone it is helpful to compare notes. 🙏


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Nath7
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@sajlent Thankyou I will try that! 


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Nath7
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Anyone here managed to have msa or als ruled out? As a lot of the symptoms are so similar I think I’m freaking out abit now I’m getting more of these symptoms would love to know how they rule it out. 


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LynnC
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@medee Unfortunately I know EXACTLY what they are and how they got there.  The "adjuvants" included in the Pfizer vaccine form spidery webs that show up in histological slides of the blood of the vaccinated.  The floaters in my eyes do not float, so much as swim around, AND "find" one another and string together, AND they look EXACTLY like the "adjuvants" seen in those histological slides. How else to explain the NUMEROUS people, myself included, who find floaters impeding their vision AFTER VACCINATION?  I am 66, in good health, with no need to take daily medication, with strong bones, normal cholesterol (115), normal blood sugar (right smack in the middle of the range), fit from working out regularly with weights/zumba/line dancing, I neither smoke nor drink, and this is the very first time in my life that I find floaters in my eye -- just one eye, thank God.


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