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Foursail
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Just leaving a follow up had last jab Pfizer in May had vertigo dizziness following so much I went to Drs about it.  Never had these symptoms until had the vaccine. Well the good news for me is it did completely resolve within a month or so. Been offered the booster now and I'm really hesitant about getting it I really don't want that again. Can you choose which booster you receive I'd rather try a different one 


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Kylynn
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@ncoleston Hey! Thank you for your response. That is really interesting. I have also cut out alcohol during this but am willing to try anything! 


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@thenystagmus 😐


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Posted by: @smileyoer

Hey there,

I am back after a big break to inform you. I am post 8 months about my first Sputnik vaccine. My symptoms were what everyone here have mentioned.

I had approximately 3 months that were terrible. Then a slow improvement shown. Today I feel 80% recovered. My anxiety has gone, panic attacks gone too, brain fog, lightheadedness gone.

Dizziness, headaches, sleep disturbances remained. It flares up sometimes than go for weeks again. 

With my panic and anxiety meditation, and cognitive behavioral therapy helped a lot.

And maybe because my anxiety also eased my dizziness is also softer than before.

A good amount of sleep is really important to me too, and stress triggers the dizziness too.

I am considering to take another jab but now Pfizer, or Moderna. 

Had anyone any experience after the booster? 

And yeah none of you was diagnosed with depression? Because depression has totally the same symptoms which we experience...

Those who tried antidepressants. Is it a short term treatment, or you need to take it for months?

Get better everyone, and be patient! ✌️

Don't go for anti depressant. It messes up with your system. Tried it for a day and I regret it.

Whatever is happening to us is a chemical reaction from the vax to the brain that's what my Neuro told. And it makes sense too.

Anti depressant is just adding more chemicals to the already wounded body. Any treatment for nerves and brain did not work for me infact made things worse. And it did for many others over here. For some it may have worked. See what suits you!

I take supplements and had taken a pain killer a day, it works with my body but the moment I take anything for the nerves and brain etc. It did not work. 

Keep your diet filled with anti inflammatory food. That's what I learnt over here and follow. I stopped eating anything and everything that could trigger inflammation. 

Hope you get well soon and so do all of us! Take care!


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@thenystagmus I'm having these internal vibrations in my chest and tingling in my left ankle.  It's very scary because I don't know if it's my heart or just internal vibrations from the muscle.  I got my first dose of the fighter vaccine in September and these symptoms started one month later.  Are you getting better now please give me some hope?


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@courtneymchale2288 I've stopped counting days and weeks, just decided to let matters be. I'm gradually becoming stronger and more energetic, however, these are not pre-jab levels. Sertraline was a life-saver in my instance, as it almost immediately extinguished panic attacks and reduced anxiety intensity. That enabled the rest of my body to really commence with healing, meaning that I can again have long walks (10k and more), hikes (upwards of two hours), trips... but with more intermittent breaks, of course. Refraining from reading near-apocalyptic news, forums, blogs and obviating from googling or catastrophising helped immensely.

Take care, dear people, and if you manage, occupy your minds with literally anything else than your post-vaccination injury. Dwelling on what's wrong will only prolong your suffering (lesson I've had to learn the hard way). 


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Posted by: @smileyoer

Hey there,

I am back after a big break to inform you. I am post 8 months about my first Sputnik vaccine. My symptoms were what everyone here have mentioned.

I had approximately 3 months that were terrible. Then a slow improvement shown. Today I feel 80% recovered. My anxiety has gone, panic attacks gone too, brain fog, lightheadedness gone.

Dizziness, headaches, sleep disturbances remained. It flares up sometimes than go for weeks again. 

With my panic and anxiety meditation, and cognitive behavioral therapy helped a lot.

And maybe because my anxiety also eased my dizziness is also softer than before.

A good amount of sleep is really important to me too, and stress triggers the dizziness too.

I am considering to take another jab but now Pfizer, or Moderna. 

Had anyone any experience after the booster? 

And yeah none of you was diagnosed with depression? Because depression has totally the same symptoms which we experience...

Those who tried antidepressants. Is it a short term treatment, or you need to take it for months?

Get better everyone, and be patient! ✌️

Why anyone would consider taking another jab after such hell is beyond me.


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Martin
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Posted by: @medee
Posted by: @smileyoer

Hey there,

I am back after a big break to inform you. I am post 8 months about my first Sputnik vaccine. My symptoms were what everyone here have mentioned.

I had approximately 3 months that were terrible. Then a slow improvement shown. Today I feel 80% recovered. My anxiety has gone, panic attacks gone too, brain fog, lightheadedness gone.

Dizziness, headaches, sleep disturbances remained. It flares up sometimes than go for weeks again. 

With my panic and anxiety meditation, and cognitive behavioral therapy helped a lot.

And maybe because my anxiety also eased my dizziness is also softer than before.

A good amount of sleep is really important to me too, and stress triggers the dizziness too.

I am considering to take another jab but now Pfizer, or Moderna. 

Had anyone any experience after the booster? 

And yeah none of you was diagnosed with depression? Because depression has totally the same symptoms which we experience...

Those who tried antidepressants. Is it a short term treatment, or you need to take it for months?

Get better everyone, and be patient! ✌️

Don't go for anti depressant. It messes up with your system. Tried it for a day and I regret it.

Whatever is happening to us is a chemical reaction from the vax to the brain that's what my Neuro told. And it makes sense too.

Anti depressant is just adding more chemicals to the already wounded body. Any treatment for nerves and brain did not work for me infact made things worse. And it did for many others over here. For some it may have worked. See what suits you!

....

I won't push you to take anything but just to be clear. Anti depressants don't work right away. It usually takes weeks for them to start working. And almost always they mess you up for the first few days / weeks. 


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@jess7 

I have been feeling the exact same as you! My vision has been kind of blurry the past 3 months, where it is difficult to focus on things. It is like the sharpness of my vision is not there anymore, and it is definitely worse when I step out of the house. It feels like I am not present at all and that I am tipsy or something. It also seems to be worse when I am on the time of the month.

I am planning to book a VEPs test to check the nerves behind the eyes, has anyone else tried that?


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Amir Ali
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@jeank 100% agree with you had my first jab on the 26may moderna and i have been so unwell my gp recommend me sertraline which i started on the 25 august ,First few weeks were horrible now i can say im back to 95% normal. My gp advised me to take sertaline for 6 months and 50mg works for me

 


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@andrew40 update...I'm now going into my 7th week and symptoms have not let up. My BP remains ridiculously low. I've had a trip into hospital after an svt episode. I am struggling to function now and almost wait for it to hit me most days. I've forgotten what normal feels.. I've been prescribed stemitil for the vertigo but not recommended to be taken long term but without it, I could not cope. In addition to vertigo, I have diarrhea that comes and goes. Doctors don't know what to do with me and I seem to be getting passed around between GP and cardiologist who just pass the buck along. Leg pain has eased but comes and goes. I have no appetite what so ever and when I do eat, it causes an adrenalin surge that makes my heart race. So over myself. I can't seem to see this getting better!! 😔

 

 


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Posted by: @martin
Posted by: @medee
Posted by: @smileyoer

Hey there,

I am back after a big break to inform you. I am post 8 months about my first Sputnik vaccine. My symptoms were what everyone here have mentioned.

I had approximately 3 months that were terrible. Then a slow improvement shown. Today I feel 80% recovered. My anxiety has gone, panic attacks gone too, brain fog, lightheadedness gone.

Dizziness, headaches, sleep disturbances remained. It flares up sometimes than go for weeks again. 

With my panic and anxiety meditation, and cognitive behavioral therapy helped a lot.

And maybe because my anxiety also eased my dizziness is also softer than before.

A good amount of sleep is really important to me too, and stress triggers the dizziness too.

I am considering to take another jab but now Pfizer, or Moderna. 

Had anyone any experience after the booster? 

And yeah none of you was diagnosed with depression? Because depression has totally the same symptoms which we experience...

Those who tried antidepressants. Is it a short term treatment, or you need to take it for months?

Get better everyone, and be patient! ✌️

Don't go for anti depressant. It messes up with your system. Tried it for a day and I regret it.

Whatever is happening to us is a chemical reaction from the vax to the brain that's what my Neuro told. And it makes sense too.

Anti depressant is just adding more chemicals to the already wounded body. Any treatment for nerves and brain did not work for me infact made things worse. And it did for many others over here. For some it may have worked. See what suits you!

....

I won't push you to take anything but just to be clear. Anti depressants don't work right away. It usually takes weeks for them to start working. And almost always they mess you up for the first few days / weeks. 

I had a very bad experience so I won't sign up for it at all. Bad heart palpitations which didn't let me sleep and had chest pain too. So a big no no for me.


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Dee
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Posted by: @jeank

@courtneymchale2288 I've stopped counting days and weeks, just decided to let matters be. I'm gradually becoming stronger and more energetic, however, these are not pre-jab levels. Sertraline was a life-saver in my instance, as it almost immediately extinguished panic attacks and reduced anxiety intensity. That enabled the rest of my body to really commence with healing, meaning that I can again have long walks (10k and more), hikes (upwards of two hours), trips... but with more intermittent breaks, of course. Refraining from reading near-apocalyptic news, forums, blogs and obviating from googling or catastrophising helped immensely.

Take care, dear people, and if you manage, occupy your minds with literally anything else than your post-vaccination injury. Dwelling on what's wrong will only prolong your suffering (lesson I've had to learn the hard way). 

How long did it take to reach this point? I mean to reach recovery...


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I had a thought yesterday: I wonder if Monoclonal Antibody Therapy would help with post-vaccine side effects? 

I've also read of people on this forum who felt relief after donating blood. What would happen if we were infused with blood from an unvaccinated donor? 

I hope there is someone, somewhere trying to find an answer for all of us who have suffered after the vaccine. I hope we'll have an answer someday - and, even better, a treatment. 


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Rainyday
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I also saw an article from the Washington Post that over 10,000 Australians are suing for compensation over adverse side effects from the vaccine. That's a start. I wonder if the U.S. will be next? And I wonder how you can prove that your symptoms are from the vaccine? That's probably a major reason as to why the FDA and CDC won't come forward with the truth. 

It's sad to read the comments on these articles, though. It's full of people saying things like, "You're suing over a sore arm and a headache? Get a grip." They have no idea. No idea. 


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