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KitKat
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Posted by: @callie

@lmkk I have the static too and so many of these flashing dots kind of sparkling when I look at the sky when it’s sunny or anything white. I think I also have a migraine coz the headache is mainly on the left side of my head. Currently waiting to see a neurologist as well. 

I researched occular migraine and it seemed to cover most of my eye symptoms apart from the  oscillioscopia. I've also come across something called silent migraines which also has some of my symptoms.

When I finally get to see a neurologist I will let you know what they say. I have also had the sparkling dots in my vision at random times.

They reminded me of the scene in Twilight when the vampire Edward Cullen goes all sparkly in the sunlight!


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Has anyone had increased urination (not just from drinking more water)? It seems like I am going every hour. I also have lower middle abdominal/testicular discomfort. Doesn’t feel like a UTI.

Yes i have ! I thought I was the only one… it started 4 months after vaccine it was a new symptom and it has not gone away yet (i am 6 months post vaccine now). I also have bladder pain. My doctor said it was also vaccine related.

I also have bladder pain (I think) that just started 6 weeks post vax! I have frequent urination (going every 1-2 hours), no pain with going but a constant uncomfortable feeling in the middle/lower abdominal area that radiates into the groin. It seems to be worse when I sit or lay down compared to standing. Is your bladder pain constant and did you doctor say it would get better with time?

My neck pain comes and goes lately. It seems that leaving it alone and trying to get a more supportive pillow helps the pain diminish for a while. But when my neck flares up all of my other symptoms seem to get worse. I have noticed that ibuprofen it hit or miss with the neck pain when it is being bothersome. I am curious what your doctor has all said regarding this being from the vaccine and when it may diminish (if at all). Thanks for your reply.


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DMAC@01515
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@simplicity2378 

Hang in there! I had set backs and was actually quite dizzy earlier today. I felt as though I had hit a plateau when I was about 70% better and feeling defeated as well.

Must be something setting it off. I am hopeful things will resolve completely as time goes on and the vaccine wears off.  Don’t lose hope! I started PT in August and I am still going. Not as frequently but I do still need their help. I left there last week with a headache and swaying due to the new exercise they showed me. It went away by the time I got home. 


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KitKat
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Posted by: @trawii

Has anyone recovered from the second Pfizer jab? I’m on month 6 and wish I could say I’m better but I’m still pretty bedridden and feel nothing like my former self. I am only 19 and worried I will never go back to the old me.

Im so sorry to hear that. What side effects are you suffering from?


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Anyone else sometimes feel feverish but it only lasts a few hours? Just like your coming down with the flu but don’t actually get the flu aha?


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@dmac01515 thank u for ur kinds works. What a challenge it has been 🥺


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Callie
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@lmkk yes please let me know what the neurologist says when you see them. I’ll let you know what they say too when I eventually see one. I used to get the sparkling dots randomly at times but now I’m seeing them a lot more especially in the past few days, no idea why.. haha thank you for writing that because it made me laugh, I know that scene from Twilight with sparkly Edward Cullen! It is like that! 


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@gbazos this is the frustrating thing. We’re all constantly so focused on getting back to how we was before the jab and doing the things we did that it becomes frustrating and disheartening when we can’t. Suppose it just needs time although we shouldn’t be in this mess anyway 


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@sundance I had Pfizer vaccine first dose March 27 and second June 16. I had lightheadedness beginning about 2 weeks after the vaccine. It would come and go and was especially bad in the morning. I haven’t been able to use my treadmill as I feel like I will either fall off or pass out.  I’m now 5 months post vac and I think I’m finally getting better. I haven’t had a bad dizzy spell for 2 weeks now so I’m hopeful the worst is over. I won’t be getting the booster as I feel the symptoms could get worse again


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@trawii Do you have anyone bringing you help, or do you have to try to shop on your own?  These are the supplements I would recommend for a starter. attached..

what's the main feelings/symptoms you are having? 


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Posted by: @ajsavoie

@gingerjones face it. You couldn't cognate the data if it was in your disposal. Let's be realistic.. Lol

You don't belong on this site...


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Posted by: @dmac01515

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Hello,  I finally have mostly recovered after 8 months.  It was a gradual improvement but I have not had any any symptoms for about a month now. I will not get any booster or any annual covid-19 vaccines EVER again. The CDC, FDA, Doctors do their best to blame it on other things but the fact that I was absolutely fine prior to receiving the vaccine and symptoms began a week after the first dose and worsened after the second dose and kept intensifying over the months is clear to me that's what it was from. I have spent thousands of dollars of doctor's, specialist's, labs and diagnostics for other answers but was never able to get any. I would love nothing other than to get some definitive answers for my symptoms other than the cause being the vaccine but was never able to achieve that.  You do not need a medical degree to know that my symptoms definitely were caused from the covid vaccine. Funny how my symptoms slowly began to wax and wane as the effects of the vaccine are wearing off. It was a gradual process but my symptoms have finally been reduced to little to none. I still have some dizziness and balance problems but they are hardly the same intensity and not daily like they were. The tingling and burning in my eye, ear, upper lip and face are gone. I am super grateful for my pcp suggesting physical therapy. It was the only thing that has helped. I am still going but on a monthly basis now rather than twice a week. My first visit to PT I could not even look down to write my appointment times down without swaying side to side from the dizziness and imbalance. I could not look down and write. Certain specific head and eye motions will send me off balance but I am getting stronger and it is more manageable. I hope you are well! 

 

 

I am smiling right now reading this message. Got a bit emotional. Not coz I know you personally but I know how desperately we all want to reach the shore. Everyone I know mocked me saying it is my fear which led to these symptoms and I've had a bad day since past 3 days coz my so called friends made a joke out of my sufferings. 

Writing this with a teary eye! I was really feeling low after the chat fight with a close friend.🥲 Didn't really mean to fight but lost it when I was blamed for all my sufferings. I felt hurt. All I wanted is people to just be there for me, just be. Don't judge nor blame. Just be! Just listen! 

I wish and pray you remain the way you have been feeling these days and that the remaining few symptoms too vanish soon.

I can't wait to feel 100% recovered from these crazy symptoms. I want to feel my healthy and fit body once again. I want to cry with joy and dance and jump all around my house for putting an end to this mad life and going back to my normal self.

Once again, congratulations for winning this battle! Wait for the rest of us at the finishing line. We're all soon gonna be there with you. I have that faith!

Keep us in your prayers! May the Lord bless us all and heal our wounds.😇

🤍🤍🤍


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Sassafras
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Posted by: @lmkk
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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?

I can relate to what you're describing. I had vertigo and nystagmus initially and during some relapses, and occilliscopia, where everything in my visual field vibrated.

Didn't do VEPs, but I did a full battery of other vestibular tests at a rehab hospital. I was told I had VOR (vestibular-ocular reflex) dysfunction and was prescribed vestibular physical therapy. I went to sessions for 3+ months, did prescribed exercises twice daily at home and just recently "graduated".  I'm not 100% visually recovered, but it helped me immensely!

@thenystagmus 

Thanks for sharing your experience of vision problems. I just googled occilliscopia and it pretty much seems to be what I'm experiencing. Three different doctors and two OCT scans have revealed nothing. One doctor thought occular migraine but I didn't have all the symptoms. I'm waiting to see a neurologist so I will see what they can find before asking them about it. Did you experience flashes of light and eye stabbing pain as well? I have been getting seriously worried about it. It bothers me more than the constant pins and needles I think because it's impossible to ignore unless I sit with my eyes closed. How long did your episodes last before subsiding?

Once again thanks for sharing such valuable information. 🙏

Yes, I did have some other visual symptoms also. I've rarely had visual migraines (without any headache) in the past, but more frequently now with this whole group of other things. If I'd never had them before, I would have been really frightened by them. And some random unexplained flashes of light and eye pressure and pain, along with sinus and ear pressure and pain. I use eye drops for dry eyes, but with all the rest of this post-vaccine stuff, I would wake up with my eyes so dry that my eyelids were stuck to my eyeballs until I could get my tears working a bit! By that time I'd been to my eye doctor with several issues and had seen that other people had these issues also. I tried warm compresses, but they seemed to make my blurry vision worse. My visual symptoms seemed to be the worst when my other symptoms were flared up also. Then they slowly faded away with my other symptoms over several months. I hope yours will also! 😏🙏


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Posted by: @dmac01515

@simplicity2378 

Hang in there! I had set backs and was actually quite dizzy earlier today. I felt as though I had hit a plateau when I was about 70% better and feeling defeated as well.

Must be something setting it off. I am hopeful things will resolve completely as time goes on and the vaccine wears off.  Don’t lose hope! I started PT in August and I am still going. Not as frequently but I do still need their help. I left there last week with a headache and swaying due to the new exercise they showed me. It went away by the time I got home. 

You just said, you're feeling better.🥺


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Posted by: @tarx

Anyone else sometimes feel feverish but it only lasts a few hours? Just like your coming down with the flu but don’t actually get the flu aha?

Yes, the body feels warm. It is both for me and my mom as well. Its been 1.5 months post vax approx.

Body just feels warm at times and then goes back to normal on its own.


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