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Dizzyisnotfun
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Hi guys

I am so thankful I found this page. I honestly thought I was going crazy but after reading your posts I am relieved that its not just me.

I would like to share a bit about my story. I do feel it's different to the norm which is obviously adding to my anxiety. Please dont judge my story based on my wrong decisions.

*I had my first vaccine, 1 June, Moderna, and drove there and back myself. Was uneventful and felt fine.
*about 10 days later felt like I was coming down with something, perhaps common cold? My hands felt clammy and warm.
*next few days became unwell with moderate GI issues. I had a bout of GERD the year before and tackled with ppi and treated the same. I thought I was just having another flare up. Didn't think anything of it.
*GI/digestive issues lasted for 2 or so weeks. Felt back to normal by 25 July.
*I had aesthetic treatment - Cheek dermal fillers on 31 July. Felt fine. No issue.
* 8 August I had 2nd jab, moderna.
*On the day felt fine, arm ached more than previous jab. Got a considerable large lump on arm by evening (went away after 3 days).
*Throughout the night I was getting temperature and profuse night sweats and waking up in night feeling generally unwell.
*24 hours later back to normal - felt fine.
*25 August I (stupidly) went to correct asymmetry on my cheek fillers.
* within hours I started to feel
- unwell
-dizzy
-nauseous. No appetite.
- body felt like it was vibrating internally.
- Body temperature would not stabilise. Hot and cold.
-This went on for 5 days on 5th day broke out into an extremely aggressive viral sinus flu (checked via home and pcr tests - negative for covid). It effecting my nose, ears and throat. All my sinuses were extremely bunged up.
*temperature was not decreasing after 2 weeks and I felt pretty shit.
*went to A & E: they said its most likely a viral infection and gave me antibiotics. I took 3 days worth.
*Flu subsided after few days of antis and was left with an enormous amount of symptoms to this day. *
*the first few weeks after flu were horrendous. My GI issues are so bad that i have lost 8 kg due to extreme acid, nausea and no appetite (within the first 3 weeks post flu). Extreme fatigue. Heart palpitations that changes with movement (like sitting to standing would make me feel like my heart was going to burst out of my chest - almost like POTs), internal buzzing/vibrations, limb/fingers trembling , one sided headache, eye pain, toothpain, tregiminal nerve pain ( is this due to treatment or vaccine?).

All these symptoms have not left to this day. Numerous times I have felt like I was going to pass out and faint. I think I even did on one occasion. My husband found me on floor. I was on phone on bedroom floor and I was watching phone lieing down and next thing is he's shaking me, worriedly.

I went to a private GP/aesthetic doc, during this period, and he said he thought I was having an immune response to the aesthetic treatment/vaccine due to timings and gave me 5 days of prednisolone. Didnt notice a change in symptoms.

So now the weird thing is, throughout this whole period I was so focused on my GI and heart issues I wasn't being attentive to my low energy symptoms. I was noticing alot of body weakness, and I kept chalking it up to fatigue. I would feel like my limbs were not as quick, I felt like I was bumping into things. I would feel dizzy when turning. I felt really spaced out and zombie like. My vision was weird. I even got my eyes tested during this time and had prescription changed. No change, didn't help. My focus was odd. I felt like my eyes were not focusing anymore. I felt unstable and a little too fragile to drive or even cross the road to pick my little girl up.

It dawned on me a week ago that it wasn't just fatigue I was experiencing, but in actual fact itsalot of neurological stuff and its actul dizziness. My whole body will sway back and forth like I am on a boat and my sense of balance an coordination has changed. All my other symptoms still going strong to this day. This has all caused great anxiety.

I feel like I am stuck in someone elses body and I can't get out. I went to A&E over weekend and urgent GP said its vestibular neuritis due to the virus i got after 2nd jab and gave me betahistine. I've been taking it 4 days. It may be helping, marginally, i really can't tell. I am doing VRT at home since googling. Also done a CT scan this morning of sinuses/head today and awaiting results. 

I feel lost and extremely scared. Because
A) I fear I have brought this on myself from the treatments I did. (but also know vaccine has playing a massive part here).
B) the medical professionals brushing my symptoms off and labelling everything with anxiety. The urgent GP literally said its anxiety.

I just dont know where to go and who to turn to.

Turning extremely suicidal over this all and just wish for help.

I am sorry this is so long but I needed to let it out. I am glad to read your comments. I am sad you are all going through this but atleast we are together and hopefully with prayers and healing we can get through this.

Lots of love,
Dizzyisnotsofun


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@nisarg127 

Hi group members.I too got dizziness, anxiety and vitamin d deficiency after 10 days of  taking 2 nd dose of covaxin on 25 th July.After that I took MRI scan and all blood tests.MRI is normal and blood test d3 deficiency other blood tests normal.neck pain for 1month.Dizziness still there but 40% reduced.anxiety reduced.within 6 months we will be back to normal.Following this forum past 3 months.weakness gone.can able to do my work,bike drive.good sleep at night.used Bertin for 1 month and stopped continuing calcium and multivitamin tablets.Thank u


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DG1878
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@nath7 hopefully it’s just something that with time fades. I still have other symptoms that are mild but noticeable so whatever’s in me isn’t through with me. So hopefully a couple more months and we will be back 


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Posted by: @medee
Posted by: @tarx

@medee yeah I feel the same! Really warm to touch and feverish symptoms then feel back to normal after a while! 

I sometimes feel all of us with side effects are going to turn into some super heroes fr.🤣🤣🤣🤣

With some super natural powers. Just imagine how cool will it be that all the pain and health issues vanish all of a sudden with no relapses, only to make us super strong super heroes!😎🔥😁

There world will regret not getting the side effects.🤣 I'll fly and pee on people who didn't believe it was a side effect. This is the 1st thing I'm gonna do once I get the super powers.🤣😂🤣

Don't mind, I'm just going crazy! I am fed up of my symptoms so I sometimes have some weird imagination. But it sounds cool. What if it turns true!🤩 

We deserve all the love and respect for what we're going through silently coz nobody wants to hear our pain.

But you do have superpowers. I'll reveal one of them to you right now, free of charge.

You can turn on a lightbulb just by touching the electrical contact to your jab site. 💡

Your dream of flying and indiscriminately peeing on innocents may not be too far out of reach.


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Rainyday
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What gets you through the work days? Trying to work through overwhelming fatigue, brain fog and head pressure, etc. has been so difficult these last six weeks. I wish I could take time off, but I'm living paycheck to paycheck. I'm sure I'm not a candidate for short term disability, either, as no doctor will believe my symptoms were caused by the vaccine. This has been a tough, tough road - for all of us. 


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Posted by: @atp223

@tabby I remember you from the spring 😭. I’m sorry you are still having issues. Taking benfotiamine really helped me start on the road to improvement. I started in May. It is turned into vitamin B1 in your body or something. I also started doing the Botox protocol for migraines and that’s amazing. Finally, I found an ophthalmologist who actually found some thing wrong with my eyes and now I am in vision therapy. Reading was a huge migraine trigger for me after the shot, but also there was some thing else going on because my head just hurts so much the first few months. 

I’m in vision therapy now and it’s really helping. The Botox starting to wear off about three weeks ago, and they headaches for more frequent, but I started the vision therapy and I’m actually reading without much pain now. And I haven’t had a migraine since August, and it was just one quick one, and before that it was June or July. In addition to the benfotiamine, I also take 400 mg of B2 and 400 mg of magnesium every night.

 

I hope your head heals up soon.

So lovely to hear some positive news that a forum member has gotten better! 

I've been having migraines and vision problems too recently amongst the million other problems I have been expy since my first and only Pfizer vaccine.

Can I ask you what your ophthalmologist found was the issue with your eyes?

It's so strange that myself and so many others on here have been having vision problems since the vax. I can't get my head around what the vaccine could have done to us to cause these problems. As my eye exams revealed my eyes are in good health all I can think is that my brain isn't processing information being sent from my eyes, or that my brain is inflamed and is causing my eye issues hence the migraines! Even my doctor is stumped. I'm hoping a neurologist can help shed some light on what's going on.

Thanks for sharing that you are feeling recovered. It sounds like it's been a long journey for you. It's always reassuring to hear others have got better in time. 


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Posted by: @callie

@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! 

My vision problems seem to get worse when I catch a cold. I'm wondering if you are getting a bit run down that's why you are seeing more sparkling dots the last few days? I haven't even received my neurologist letter yet I imagine I won't be seen until next year. Even my doctor said I would probably be better by the time I get my appointment but I pushed to have a referral all the same as i never had these issues until my Pfizer vaccine.


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Gloria M
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@chomer86 

Dang that’s the pitts but I totally understand and feel the same. Eights months post second PF I have absolutely no confidence in walking and have tried vestibular therapy. Albeit I did not have a good therapist, it did virtually nothing. Also I have hot spots in my left leg that come and go plus a hot spot on my left arm exactly where both injections were that comes and goes every day for the last couple of months. Combined with an increase to daily migraine auras plus flashing heartbeats in my eyes and moderate headaches daily, I’m a basket case and totally fed-up. I need answers, but it doesn’t appear anyone has them or they are being paid off to keep silent or just not willing to buck the establishment. I’m not an antivaxer but have been damaged and want someone to fess up to this awful crime to humans and I want docs to take our state of health seriously. 
Hope you and all of us recover, but at this point have little hope. We will have to make some improvement however. ❤️


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GarfyBrown
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@rainyday Everyday is a battle, i'm like you - paycheck to paycheck. Time off is not really an option. Ive been battling this thing since April 2021. Honestly it's only slightly better than it was to begin with. Perfectly Healthy prior to the AZ Vaccine, Symptoms started 2 days later. Headaches, Stomach cramps, Brain fog, Dizziness and confusion, light sensitivity and really bad neck pain. I've seen doctors and neurologists, had pints of blood taken x-rays CT Scans, Eye tests and Ear cleaning. the latest diagnosis is Vestibular Neuronitis. I'm waiting for referal to a Neuro Physio. I'm also now being treated for depression and anxiety with anti depressants. I can offer you a friendly ear to listen and my best hope and wishes for recovery. I've given up hope of a recovery any time soon. Good Luck and Anybody reading this feel free offer any help or ask me anything.


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Gloria M
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@lmkk 

Thank you for reposting the reply from/to Tabby. I’m in the same boat and going to ask my neurologist if I can try the same med, plus take the same supplements. So many different journeys on this forum, but we are all helping each other. hallijulalla 


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Dizzyisnotfun
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Posted by: @gloriam

@chomer86 

Dang that’s the pitts but I totally understand and feel the same. Eights months post second PF I have absolutely no confidence in walking and have tried vestibular therapy. Albeit I did not have a good therapist, it did virtually nothing. Also I have hot spots in my left leg that come and go plus a hot spot on my left arm exactly where both injections were that comes and goes every day for the last couple of months. Combined with an increase to daily migraine auras plus flashing heartbeats in my eyes and moderate headaches daily, I’m a basket case and totally fed-up. I need answers, but it doesn’t appear anyone has them or they are being paid off to keep silent or just not willing to buck the establishment. I’m not an antivaxer but have been damaged and want someone to fess up to this awful crime to humans and I want docs to take our state of health seriously. 
Hope you and all of us recover, but at this point have little hope. We will have to make some improvement however. ❤️

Totally understand your frustration. 

Heres to healing for us all xx


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atp223
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@lmkk I am attaching screenshots of the ophthalmologist’s diagnosis and treatment that he sent to my insurance company.

I updated the Facebook group but did not update here. I saw a few who said that I was fine. The neuro-ophthalmologist said had mild neuro-ocular dysfunction. It wasn’t until I saw the specific ophthalmologist at Johns Hopkins that does the vision therapy evaluations that all kinds of tests no one had ever done before were performed, and she said my eyes were wonky.

The vision therapy ophthalmologist she referred me to said that before Covid, they had only seen these kinds of eye injuries/issues in people who had concussions or blunt force trauma to the head. But he said they are seeing it after Covid and also after the vaccine. He is writing a paper on it. I’m interested to read it when it comes out.

it could just be time, but my Botox has been wearing off the past couple of weeks and my headaches have increased. But since starting vision therapy and doing all of the exercises at home, I am reading with almost no discomfort. I can’t remember if I said that before. I do feel like I have turned a corner and I am feeling pretty much normal now. I’m actually contemplating not doing the Botox the next time I am due, which is December 13.

at this point, I think I had a hyper inflammatory response. I think my brain or a lot of nerves in my head or inflamed, as well as my vestibular nerve, as well as one of the nerves that controls my vision in my left eye. A cranial nerve, an optic nerve… no idea which one. But I think I had all kinds of inflammation.

I hope everyone else improves eventually as well.


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atp223
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I think it only let me attach one screenshot, so here is the other one


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vaxdJJ4-21
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@atp223 wow. Good information. Can you share what excersizes you were doing to help you?


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jacquelyn sauriol
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Body temperature increase is a know vaccine reaction.

To see a list of reactions for each 'vaccine' go to https://www.ehealthme.com/covid-vaccine-list/

Choose your vaccine, and scroll down to see the VAERS reported reactions.  Keep breathing, there are many reactions.  This aspect of the site if free and I find it more useful and quick than VAERS.  Keep in mind that the numbers there should be increased to reflect reality.   It is estimated that only 1-10% of reactions are reported, as hospitals have prevented their employees from reported what they are seeing.

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