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DG1878
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Has anyone with any heart issues since the vaccine been able to get back to working out at the gym and exercising. I started to a couple of months in but it just gave me incredible dizziness and chest pain. Now nearly 5 months in and mostly better except slight chest pains and weird heart beats 


   
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KitKat
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Posted by: @hopetofeelbetter

@mina i went to have an abdominal ct scan and long story short I had a huge problem. Afterwards i was unable to digest anything. I am now taking omeprazole and carafate just to be able to eat bland foods. I have an endoscopy next week. This has been a nightmare. 

Sorry to hear about that @hopetofeelbetter what did the CT scan reveal? I along with others on here have been suffering from abdominal issues since the vax. While mine have not been as bad as some of the others on here I would be interested to know what's causing all this after the vaccines. I wish you luck with your endoscopy next week. 🙏


   
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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. 🙏 

How long did it take to calm down. Mine began post taking an anti depressant tablet. I have developed chest pain and palpitations too. It has been 4 days still the palpitations haven't subsided. It is almost continuous.

It took around 3 months. Palpitations were not constant. Mostly occuring during night (strong heart beat and pulsation in the head). Now when it is gone I feel the real difference. I do not want to experience it again. 


   
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sajlent
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I have underrate pineapple.. 


   
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Posted by: @wynnwolter

Hello,

just thought I would post on here again. I was on this forum back in March so I got my vaccine pretty early and assumed there would be many many more people on this forum as the months went on. Judging by the fact that there is now 600+ pages seems I was right. Anyways…

I had all the usual symptoms; extreme brain fog, ear pain, headaches, and loads of other things. The brain fog was debilitating had to stop working, had to move across the country so I could live w my parents, couldn’t go outside, could barely go into public. Walking my dog was a struggle in itself. Things got especially bad after my second vaccine. You can see my experiences in my earlier posts, but just here to say as of today (First vaccine: March 21 Second vaccine: April 18th) I am fully recovered. I’ve been back at work for about 2 months(was still middle struggling with it) and as of about a week ago I’m back in college, working, have even gotten back into dating, been to concerts, go out regularly without the anxiety of the brain fog weighing on me. Truth be told I hardly think about it much anymore. 

 


vaxdJJ4-21
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@sajlent what does that mean?  It helps?


   
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Posted by: @wynnwolter

Hello,

just thought I would post on here again. I was on this forum back in March so I got my vaccine pretty early and assumed there would be many many more people on this forum as the months went on. Judging by the fact that there is now 600+ pages seems I was right. Anyways…

I had all the usual symptoms; extreme brain fog, ear pain, headaches, and loads of other things. The brain fog was debilitating had to stop working, had to move across the country so I could live w my parents, couldn’t go outside, could barely go into public. Walking my dog was a struggle in itself. Things got especially bad after my second vaccine. You can see my experiences in my earlier posts, but just here to say as of today (First vaccine: March 21 Second vaccine: April 18th) I am fully recovered. I’ve been back at work for about 2 months(was still middle struggling with it) and as of about a week ago I’m back in college, working, have even gotten back into dating, been to concerts, go out regularly without the anxiety of the brain fog weighing on me. Truth be told I hardly think about it much anymore. 

@wynnwolter did you ever have ear ringing caused by the ear pressure/pain? Did it go away? Thanks for posting your updates.


   
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Posted by: @callie

Hello. Does anyone still have insomnia after 4 months? Also is anyone here experiencing neurological and visual issues like visual snow and migraine aura? I am just hoping it will go away with time. 

I haven't had the insomnia but I'm four months out from my first Pfizer vaccine and I'm dealing with visual disturbances including snow/static and constant low grade headache that makes me feel dizzy and nauseous. I'm awaiting to see a neurologist.


   
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@sajlent what does that mean?  It helps?

Im not sure.. I feel great.


   
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KitKat
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@sajlent what does that mean?  It helps?

Pineapple is anti inflammatory and good for the eyes and joints. I've been eating lots since my Pfizer vaccine nightmare began.


   
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@medee

"Overcoming Health Anxiety: A self-help guide using cognitive behavioural techniques"

"Cognitive Behavioural Therapy For Dummies" 


   
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KitKat
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Posted by: @jacquelynsauriol
Posted by: @callie

Hello. Does anyone still have insomnia after 4 months? Also is anyone here experiencing neurological and visual issues like visual snow and migraine aura? I am just hoping it will go away with time. 

These are all known reactions, reported to VAERS; I find that too hard to navigate, so I use this site to see vaccine reactions by brand; https://www.ehealthme.com/covid-vaccine-list/  

Choose the jab you had, scroll down and see all the reactions reported, breathe deeply, not easy to see.   This aspect of the site if free, but it is a commmercial site that sells other analysis. 

You are so not alone in your reactions, especially when you consider that 1%-10% (depending on who you ask) of problems even get reported, so the numbers are understood to be underreported. 

Personally, my partner had very severe vision issues that caused her to get a full eye exam.  She called it WAVY VISION and it came with a headnband type headache that was unlike what she had ever had before.  Nothing was found, and the wavy vision has subsided, but it was very scary for her. 

RE treatments, the Long Haul Covid treatments at FLCCC alliance are also used for vaccine injuries, here at https://covid19criticalcare.com/covid-19-protocols/i-recover-protocol/     again scroll down to a 3 page pdf for patients.

That site is full of good info and treatements, full of other protocols and info for your doctor treating Covid.    Best

Hey there. How long did your partner suffer from the wavy vision. I've been dealing with wobbling vision. @thenystagmus very helpfully posted that they had been dealing with the condition oscillioscopia and when I read up on it, it's the best match I can find for what I'm experiencing with my eyes which my doctor's couldn't find anything wrong with.

I've experienced this twice since my vaccine. The first time began about 4-5 weeks after the vax and lasted about a fortnight. This current episode started about 10 weeks out and has been going on nearly 4 weeks I think it's also making me feel mildly nauseous. I've too have got the headband headache you describe. Both incidents started when I came down with a cold. It's been such a tiring time. 


   
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jacquelyn sauriol
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oscillioscopia...ie wavy vision....thanks, we will read up...there are things that come to mind to reduce any pressures in the head, breathing in sage tea or sage and say euclaliptus tea or real bay leaf added...for any cold really...or sinus....

     i remember there are also the mention of histamine blockers for covid and vaccine injury, again to try to keep things not congested..please read up on good old aspirin, or willow tree extracts, tinctures....as well....I have heard some pro and some con on aspirin, as perhaps it is helpful post vaccine but not necessarily (contraindicated) for covid....will try to research and update that...


   
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@thenystagmus I am so glad to hear that you are almost fully recovered.  I am about 50% better since February.  I attribute it to the electro-acupuncture that I have done, but I think I have reached the maximum benefit from this therapy.  I guess I should give PT a shot again. Thanks for your update.  It gives me hope. 


   
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@lmkk no abnormalities. They did give me medicine to coat my stomach with the hopes that i can eat. 


   
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