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hello!

I’m 25 F and received the vaccine at the end of Aug, i’ve been experiencing really strange neurological symptoms. my first weeek i got numbness and tingling throughout my whole body which needed up leading up to the left side of my face. this lasted for maybe a month, i then started experiencing weird cognitive issues, “ brain fog” .. i couldn’t explain how i felt , i just felt off. after a week or 2 of feeling this way. i then got a very bad panic attack, which then led to me feeling dissociative. i believe i experienced dp/dr.. i’m still struggling with this. my family and friends/surroundings don’t feel familiar. i’m coping with this now, im learning to just live with it. but this past sunday i have been feeling very off again. it feels like there is a glitch in my brain. what do you guys suggest? i feel like i’m having brain fog again, intense brain fog. i saw a holistic doctor who told me i essentially have “brain damage “ / brain inflammation due to the vaccine. i’m going to start taking aspirin, vit d and c and zinc. hopefully this works. i’m also going to try exercising & eating clean. i’m so scared.. this has ruined my life and i don’t even remember what being normal feels like. i wish i could go back in time and not get the vaccine. not sure i have much fight left in me.


   
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@marieski858 

what kind of symptoms did you have prior to feeling better? Just trying to compare where I am right now.


   
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Posted by: @gloriam

 

I don’t know if anyone else had been diagnosed with dyskinesia, but when docs can’t determine what you have or why, it’s a common diagnosis. They know something is off with a patient,  but can’t figure it out so label the visit as dyskinesia. In my family the diagnosis has become reason for a good laugh. “Oh you must have dyskinesia!” they say when some one is suffering from or complaining about something strange.

I initially got the diagnosis for a migraine that led me to an emergency room due to similar symptoms of a stroke, but wasn’t. That was about 15 years ago.

 

Since having my second PF injection I now get migraine symptoms daily. Today I woke up with a mild migraine headache and paralyzed left hand and fingers    but also with one amazing epiphany. It being, that I am really having “brain farts” rather than full fledged migraines of the type I had on a occasion pre PF injections. The vaccine has somehow disrupted my brain. So now I really wonder how I got so lucky along with others on this forum to have these neurological side effects. Docs don’t know why or how to help most of us. I also have to ask why is no one talking about us and further more “why me?”…

Hi Gloria, in the UK if doctors can't give you a diagnosis it's usually blamed on a virus. 😏

I too have been getting daily migraines but not like the ones I used to have pre vaccine. These ones are accompanied by foggy head and dizziness. They are debilitating. I browsed on a migraine forum and it seems some people there have reported having more frequent migraines since having the jabs. Magnesium and vitamin d2 have been recommended there as a preventative cure for migraines I noticed. I started taking vit d2 today.🙏

I ask myself "why me" too. I look around and everyone I see are all doing ok after their jabs. I can see how it must be hard for them to understand how we feel just as hard it is for me to understand why they have no adverse effects. Even my mother who had her booster last week and is doing ok doesn't believe me when I tell her my symptoms started after the jabs. She had some symptoms for a few weeks after both her jabs but they seem to have passed and have been forgotten about. I've so had enough of this. 

Best wishes to you and all.🙏😊


   
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Posted by: @lmkk
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@tabby ASPRIN IS KNOW TO CAUSE TINNITUS!! It's "ototoxic" and many people get tinnitus from just 1 aspirin (like me!). Read about it...definitely do NOT take aspirin if you ave tinnitus!

Thanks, yes I am aware of that. Unfortunately many other drugs cause tinnitus too such as NSAIDS (ibuprofen, aleve), some antibiotics, some diuretics, some anxiety meds like ssri's. Even some foods aggravate tinnitus like coffee, sodium, sugars, saturated fats, alcohol. Vitamin deficiency can also cause tinnitus. It's a minefield out there.👍

I have had tinnitus for over twenty years now. I had no idea ibuprofen could cause it! I have noticed that tonic water makes it really loud and  noisy for a few hours after drinking it! Have to drink Gin and tonic without the tonic!

Yes it's probably the quinine in tonic water because that can cause tinnitus for some too. My husband was advised to take tonic water for muscular cramps because of the quinine content. He found it helped him but he doesn't get tinnitus though. Best wishes.😊


   
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Posted by: @arica30
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@arica30 It’s so shit! I just hope our bodies get back on track! I’m all fairness I’m 5 months out. I had a good week last week where symptoms was not as bad but out of no where I get a flare up 👎 hope you start to feel better 

Bless you and everyone in here that have been dealing with this mystery crap for 5 months. I cannot imagine. I’m two weeks in and am miserable. I upped my Vitamin D3 and OLE as well as been drinking that detox drink mentioned in a link in here and felt some bit of relief for a few hours two days in a row.  🙏 

Hello,

What detox drink are you referring to? Do you feel as though it has helped with your symptoms?


   
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Posted by: @lmkk
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@tabby ASPRIN IS KNOW TO CAUSE TINNITUS!! It's "ototoxic" and many people get tinnitus from just 1 aspirin (like me!). Read about it...definitely do NOT take aspirin if you ave tinnitus!

Thanks, yes I am aware of that. Unfortunately many other drugs cause tinnitus too such as NSAIDS (ibuprofen, aleve), some antibiotics, some diuretics, some anxiety meds like ssri's. Even some foods aggravate tinnitus like coffee, sodium, sugars, saturated fats, alcohol. Vitamin deficiency can also cause tinnitus. It's a minefield out there.👍

I have had tinnitus for over twenty years now. I had no idea ibuprofen could cause it! I have noticed that tonic water makes it really loud and  noisy for a few hours after drinking it! Have to drink Gin and tonic without the tonic!

Yes it's probably the quinine in tonic water because that can cause tinnitus for some too. My husband was advised to take tonic water for muscular cramps because of the quinine content. He found it helped him but he doesn't get tinnitus though. Best wishes.😊


   
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@sara90 Your story is my story! Same same same.

I've had so many eye and vision issues as well as "Meniere's 2:0: Return to Spin Cycle 😎 

I've been seen by a plethora of specialists and the other day the opthamologist said she's convinced the Meniere's is caused by the vaccine (inflammatory) but she can't say for sure about my eye and vision problems. She did say, however, that "we can all agree there are some very strange things happening that are thankfully getting better."

You sound as frustrated as I am. I haven't worked in 6 weeks (?) and don't know how I can again. I miss it, too. Feel so useless and lazy. I used a cane to "walk" to the pharmacy today, a few blocks away, when I used to power walk 4 miles before 7am every morning! I barely made it the 4 blocks home and literally had to lie down for about 5 hours because it triggered my vertigo, or lightheadness, or whatever!

BUT, as crazy and frustrated as I am, I AM GETTING BETTER! Two weeks ago was terrifying. I was so dizzy I had an actual out-of-body experience and was so freaked until I googled it and discovered a French study concluded that severe vertigo can trigger an OOBE. Yikes! I had to use the wall to get to the bathroom, had every light off and all the shades drawn, and had violent spinning spells when lying perfectly still on my bed (a first and yes, terrifying!!). I actually thought I was going to die and I was so sick I didn't care, so while I have come a long way in two weeks, I am still basically disabled. I can't even imagine getting the energy to meet a friend for coffee; just talking leaves me out of breath.

But I am getting better...hang in there y'all!


   
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@tabby @gloriam About 3 weeks ago, at the peak of my head pain (not migraines and yes, I get migraines), I told my GP on a tele-med that I felt like something had happened to my brain. Like a seizure, or a zap, or something. During those strange days, where I had head pain that was otherworldly I also had an "Out of Body Experience". I had no idea what had happened and told a friend who told me that's what it sounded like. When I googled it, that's what I had! I'm really not into all that and it really freaked me out. I felt so different..and still do...

"Wait! It must be dyskinesia!”

Hope you are feeling better. Please keep us posted!


   
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Posted by: @tashley
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Posted by: @nath7

@arica30 It’s so shit! I just hope our bodies get back on track! I’m all fairness I’m 5 months out. I had a good week last week where symptoms was not as bad but out of no where I get a flare up 👎 hope you start to feel better 

Bless you and everyone in here that have been dealing with this mystery crap for 5 months. I cannot imagine. I’m two weeks in and am miserable. I upped my Vitamin D3 and OLE as well as been drinking that detox drink mentioned in a link in here and felt some bit of relief for a few hours two days in a row.  🙏 

Hello,

What detox drink are you referring to? Do you feel as though it has helped with your symptoms?

There was a link posted about vaccine detoxing https://www.organiclifestylemagazine.com/issue/17-how-to-detoxify-and-heal-from-vaccinations-for-adults-and-children It mentions a cranberry detox drink. I’ve been drinking a three glasses the last two days, plus now 5000 vitamin D (I was taking 3000), 3 Olive Leaf extract liquid supplement (was only taking 1) along with the other things I’m taking and I feel it’s given me a bit of relief. 


   
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@judes 

Thank you Tabby. Yes very weird and out of this body for sure. ❤️


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@terese87 I had my second shot at the end of may and by July I was having full out panic attacks and could not figure out why. It’s been months of testing and blood work and I am convinced it’s the shot. I was a health 29 year old with the normal amount of anxiety and now I can’t drink alcohol, have coffee or be in a new place without breaking down and needed to be in a cold shower.  


   
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@eileenwh yes fully aware that was a possibility and I was ok with it as I did not want to be sick again for 5-6 months. But as a new update. My bf got Covid last week. I know crazy. Anyways. I’m good! I did not catch it. Both my Covid tests came back negative. I did one last week and one this week. I did have symptoms. Very minor. Sore throat, runny nose, headache and slight body aches. Like a cold and if lasted 4 days then went away. I was very happy to have a normal sickness again and not the craziness we have all experienced for months. I felt like my body acted normal and did what it’s suppose to do. 


   
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Hi everyone,

Just watched this very interesting interview from a former nurse and now a medical researcher that has suffered a lot of the same symptoms as all of us. Sharing the link. Worth the watch! 

https://youtu.be/SobqUw7gqhs


   
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Posted by: @leem

@medee sorry to hear what you’ve been going through too. Is this after first dose? Thanks, l’ll be staying away from AZ. But don’t want another mRNA vaccine either. I still have the same issues 4 weeks on. It’s disgusting that medical professionals think it’s still fine to get second dose. 

Yes, the 1st dose.


   
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Posted by: @279janka

@medee I wrote about my experience on the page 374. My whole experience lasted approximately 3 months. When I though that I am already fine, I relapsed. The symptoms that lasted longest were heart palpitations during night. I could not sleep well because of that. But everything slowly went away. Now I am about 3 months without relapse and back to my normal. 

Hi, what did you do for the palpitations? Or did you let it subside without medication?

I did not have heart palpitations since last one month. Went to a Neuro who gave tablets for nerve pain/anti depressant... took 1 on Sunday since then I have bad heart palpitations.

Now its little less bit still not gone completely. I'm wondering how is it that one tablet caused it to go crazy for so long. By now I qas hoping it will go back to normal as I stopped taking that tablet. Not sure if the side effect of the tablet is still there or the tablet has really caused some issue in my heart. I'm concerned.


   
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