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Dee
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Posted by: @jacquelynsauriol
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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 🙏🙏 

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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For heart palps, I am having great results with Hawthorne tincture (results after 2 weeks if taken daily), and eating Fresh walnuts regularly, just a few.  Between the 2, palps are WAY less severe.

 

This tab was prescribed by a cardio or a GP?


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Posted by: @judes
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Ok. So I am 39 years old, no real history of medical issues (perhaps slightly overactive immune system, since I rarely get sick). I took my first Pfizer vaccine August 18th 2021. I was not worried, scared, or anxious at all about it. 

8 days later I consumed alcohol. Nothing unusual, been having drinks socially for years, no hangover, no excess amount, nothing. 

On day 10 (Aug 28th) I woke up feeling light headed, dizzy. It was a weird feeling, not like anything else I have felt before. That feeling did not go away the entire day, and turned to extreme heart palpitations for the entire day. It was the scariest feeling ever. I became nauseated, unable to take down food most of the day, and felt like I would need to call the ambulance. The heart palpitations and feeling of dread/anxiety were so strong that I could not do anything for 3 days. I saw my doctor 3 days later (Aug 31st) and in the office he measured my BP on each arm, which was high in one arm and low in the other. This was suggestive of a heart issue (Myocarditis?). I was rushed to ER. ER checked me out, but did not find anything wrong with my blood work (all normal) and no sign of heart attack or issues. Was put on a heart monitor for 24 hours, or told to take it home. That was all normal. 

My heart palpitations and feelings of anxiety did not go away for 2-3 weeks. They would come back but slowly started to wax and wane off. But it took almost a month for me to feel better. It is now Oct 18th and I am due for a second shot but I will NEVER take another shot of this again. It was the worst feeling and experience I have ever felt in my entire life. I live in Canada, Vancouver, BC, and the doctors here are striving for the highest vaccination rate in the world and striving to sweep everything else they can under the rug. I am worried that there are many people who experienced something similar but are not being given a venue to share it. 

I'm also in Vancouver, BC and have had many of the same issues. I've had true vertigo (history of Meniere's but not a symptom in over 20 years), severe headaches, imbalance and terrible eye and vision problems that are slowly resolving. I also had the heart palpitations, but that too seems a bit better. I had instant tinnitus and slight unsteadiness after my 1st jab in April and then my vision issues started, but I just assumed I needed new glasses, and I did. But I still couldn't see, or focus. I got another new scrip but same. Now those glasses seem to be working fine.

I had my 2nd jab in late June and again had tinnitus and slight vertigo for a few days. But then I then had two eye bleeds and a number of "vestibular migraines" a first and I've had migraines since age 10. I've been seen at the VGH eye clinic for a severe subconjuncitval hemorrhage (see attached! Imagine seeing that in the mirror!).

I had my 3rd jab (I was invited because I'm on cortisone and it was only 15 weeks after my 2nd, so I do wonder about that) on Oct 7 and have not been the same since. I've had the works and haven't worked in 5 weeks and fear I won't be able to ever again.

However, I'm happy to report that my vision/eye issues have resolved. The burning and blurriness are much better as is the photophobia. I'm still getting headaches and my vertigo is more like I fall over when I try to stand, but I can walk okay although it leaves me seriously exhausted (I used to walk 4 miles along the Arbutus corridor every morning before 7am!). I have to take it very easy or I trigger all my symptoms.

My GP has been great and said he was reporting my case to the vaccine injury people?? The opthamologist said she thought the meniere's was caused by the vaccine (inflammatory)  but couldn't say what caused all the eye probs, though she was suspicious.

But I agree: had I known to "pay attention" to the symptoms, or that people with pre-existing vestibular issues are susceptible, I would never have had the 3rd jab.

I do hope you're feeling better. I have a ways to go but am on my way.

Judes

 

Gosh I just looked at your eye picture...looks so sore. I hope it's getting better for you. I just can't understand what's going on with our eyes after the vaccines. It's so strange that nothing really shows up during eye exams yet we are definitely experiencing vision problems. I've had migraines since a child too but these ones since the vaccine are new to me. They just feel to strange to describe.


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@twitch I still have occasional vertigo and nausea, and sometimes ear and sinus aches.


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@djmatera Hello. Nice to hear that you are recovered. Can you please tell us what did you do/take to get your healthy life bach? I am having problems with tingling/numbness in hand & leg and dizziness. 


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@rainyday The main reason I've held off for the last five weeks is that I'm concerned the CT scan will exacerbate symptoms (especially if done with contrast.) Has anyone had a CT scan - and if so, did it show anything or make symptoms worse? Another reason I've held off is because I'm afraid it WON'T show anything, as weird as that sounds, and I'll be left with no answers about what's happening to me. 

I had a CT scan both with and without contrast on my head and my neck...came back clear and had no symptom flare ups during or after...


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@gingerjones Thank you; I appreciate your reply. I was worried after reading a couple of experiences on this forum of MRIs exacerbating people's symptoms. I was worried a CT scan would do the same. 


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@glenb hi glen. Checking in with you. How have you been feeling?  Any progress?


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Not good!

FDA will wait until 2076 to release Pfizer Vaccine data…

https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2021/11/fda-wont-release-information-pfizer-covid-vaccine-trials-another-55-years/

 

 

 

 


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gingerj
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So, let’s get this straight. The federal government shields Pfizer from liability.  Gives it billions of dollars.  Makes Americans take its product.  But won’t let you see the data supporting its product’s safety and efficacy.  Who does the government work for? 

The lesson yet again is that civil and individual rights should never be contingent upon a medical procedure.  Everyone who wants to get vaccinated and boosted should be free to do so.  But nobody should be coerced by the government to partake in any medical procedure.  Certainly not one where the government wants to hide the full information relied upon for its licensure until the year 2076!


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Posted by: @medee
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@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.

I did not take any medication specifically for the heart palpitations. Only magnesium. I let it subside. I used to wake up in the middle of the night and was not able to fall asleep. I had to wait hour or two while it went away and I was able to fall asleep again. I bought blood pressure monitor and when I felt palpitations I measured my BP and pulse. My BP was normal and pulse rate was only slightly increased. It helped me to calm down a little bit. Then my heart palpitations started to be less frequent and finally went away. Thanks god. 🙏 


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Glen
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Posted by: @jaydev55

@glenb hi glen. Checking in with you. How have you been feeling?  Any progress?

Thanks for checking in, I'm feeling much better with symptoms that reduced quite a bit but still not back to 100%. I still have thoughts that it's an autoimmune disease but things seem to be headed in the right direction and I feel about 85-90% back to normal. Still waiting on MRI end of month then see the Neurologist again in Dec. Hope you are feeling better.


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@mina I have the same issues. Please tell me it gets better. Its only been 2 months after 2nd shot for me and I just cant function each day dealing with this. When I feel like I cant breath I panic and pray I wont die. This is scary! I am so mad at myself for getting this vaccine. I pray this is not a life long disability. 

Hi, i'm 3.5 months after 2nd shot Pfizer and i'm improving slowly. Less panic attack and palpitations. My main issue now is acid reflux, swallowing trouble and loss weight. Stay strong. Wish you a full recovery🙏🏼

Have you tried pepcid for the acid reflux? 

Hi, how are now? Are you still taking pepcid and probiotics? How do you take them? At the same time or separately?


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@glenb Good to hear it’s progressing. What do you seem to be left with?  I still have a bit of imbalance but not as often.  Twitching in legs is minimal if at all.  Minor headaches. Are you taking anything?


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@glenb Good to hear it’s progressing. What do you seem to be left with?  I still have a bit of imbalance but not as often.  Twitching in legs is minimal if at all.  Minor headaches. Are you taking anything?

I have a slight numbness in left leg (some days it goes away) and very minor burning sensations that come and go also very minor hand tremors. Just taking multivitamin, liquid COq10, VIT D,Fish oil B12 and quercetin.


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@thenystagmus The COVID long-haul clinic here won't take me as a patient because I have never had a POSITIVE test.  My vestibular injury from the vaccine is going on 9 months now.  What treatment protocol have you been following? 

Hi tarruba, I've been hoping the long-haul clinics would open up to us, and I do hope they will someday? It's a shame, but I wonder if it's a political thing or just medical. It would be great to have the coordinated approach a clinic could offer. I hope you're able to find some medical care that's validating of your injury and helpful.

I started this trek in early March. When I count the months, it's hard to believe how long it's been! I'm really sensitive to medications, so I've only taken vitamins D and C, ibuprofen, and a couple of short low-dose steroid Medrol paks. I didn't see any increase or decrease in my symptoms whatever I ate or drank, so I didn't make any dietary changes. I also did 3+ months of vestibular physical therapy, which I think gave me my best help ...that and I tried to patiently and hopefully give my body time to recover. And I'm blessed to be over 90% better! I hope you can find some helpful interventions and feel better soon! 😏🙏


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