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Hey everyone. I'm seeing a lot of comments of fear and anxiety. I get that. I do. But, time makes it better. I am better. I was super dizzy and sick with all the things for three months and two weeks and then I GOT BETTER. I do know it feels hopeless and the more I think back, the more I believe that is a side effect within itself. Like some people who have had Covid have a hard time coping. I know I did. And I felt the same despair after the vaccine, but I was much sicker after the vaccine. I never had dizzy spells with Covid alone. I think that the feeling if impending doom is a side effect. I felt it too, and I know every single thing you are feeling is real. It is. I felt it. Lots of others here have felt it. And we know that but still feel so very alone. Side effect. But for those in that spot, do not lose hope. Although I know it will be nearly impossible, do something to get your mind off of it. You are not crazy and you will get better. My muscles were super tight so I bought a neck massager. This one thing helped more than all the medication, doctor visits, tests, anything. It loosened my muscles enough to get some blood flow to my brain I think. I felt alot better, and this was daily massages for a few hours everyday, at least one hour, for weeks. It wasn't a cure all but it helped. And it took time. This happened to us. We are going to be ignored because the companies that gave us this are too well protected. They can't be held responsible for what they did to us, and we knew that. Very obvious no, isn't it? But nevertheless, you will get better. Guys, I got on a boat last month. And I was fine. You will come out of it. It just takes time. I hate reading all the scared posts because I was that post. So I feel compelled to try and encourage you all. It's gonna be okay. You don't need drugs. They don't help help. Take vitamins if you are deficient and then stop when you are not. They will not help. There is no cure. You have to heal. I took it it all. It was useless. Lower your anxiety however you can and give it time. You will be okay. Say it until you believe it. And neck and shoulder and back massages. My muscles seriously were noticeably swollen and super stiff to the touch. 

Hi! What were you symptoms apart from muscle tightness? Did you do any tests?

How long did it take to recover? Were there any relapses? How are you these days.

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@tabby so the explanation is that the vaccine sometimes causes an autoimmune response. The body is responding to something in your system and when attacking , it also affects other areas. Also, it causes inflammation in others. When I went to see all the specialists they refused to believe that it was caused by the vaccine , but they looked at the symptoms and tried to treat them. Cardiologist said that I had an ANS syndrome, and gave me medication for my fast heart rate. My heart rate eventually slowed down so I didn’t need the medication( like I said, everything is temporary.. you treat the problem temporarily until it’s gone ). Neurologists couldn’t find anything. No nerve damage. The pins and needle feeling subsided. Brain fog was the most annoying thing. I started taking all the vitamins and ate clean. I also started taking  lexapro to reduce the anxiety and the brain fog. Loved it. You guys should take it. 10 mg every day. Eyes. I took steroids by mouth and eye drops. The explanation- inflammation. Bottom line- side effects from the vaccine. Most doctors will deny it but I found a doctor that understand the vaccine and he was open about it. 

Thank you so much, your post is very reassuring and confirms what I and many others suspected, an inflammatory response to the vaccine. You're fortunate to find a doctor who actually listened to you and understood what you were going through.

Wishing you the best for the future. 😊🙏

You will get there. I promise you. With or without a doctor , you will heal. Diet is extremely important. Your body has an ability to heal itself. I watched a lot of people heal without the medications that I took. Be kind to yourself and your body. Have faith. And know that you are not alone ❤️


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@medee I am here to give EVERYONE an update after 6 months of COMPLETE suffering for those who are looking for hope and are suffering, wondering if it will ever end. YES. I didn’t believe it also when I was dealing with all of this. But there is an end to the suffering. I went through so much, I have seen 3 neurologists, 7 ophthalmologists, 1 infectious disease specialist, 2 cardiologists, 2 family doctors, 2 Nuro ophthalmologists, had 6 MRI’s, went twice to the ER… my heart rate was fast, my eyesight was bad, serious brain fog and cognitive issues, pins and niddle feeling in my legs, back pain , and buzzing in my ears. Spent so much money on tests and was on a death bed mentally. There were times that I was suicidal. Thought that my life was over. Couldn’t take care of my kids. Panic attacks brought me to the darkest moments of my life. I didn’t want to be left alone for even a second. All I wanted and prayed for was to be able to leave a normal life. My mom had to fly from Israel to help me and my family. She kept telling me to be positive but it was hard because I just didn’t think that it would ever end. I have to tell you - if you are going through the same thing, know that this is temporary. I promise you. It is. Try to stay positive. 
here are the things that helped me :
steroids ( I took prednisone to treat inflammation in my body as soon as I started having severe symptoms). Total of 600 mg 

Vitamin D 

bitamin c and iron ( if you are lacking energy you need to check your ferritin level. Mine was 2 when it needs to be 50 because vaccine wiped out my iron storage. You can become anemic because of that. 
magnesium 

omega 3 

Ivermectin 

Strict diet- only proteins, greens, no sugars, no gluten , no alcohol, no dairy… lots of fluids. 
lots of ginger, garlic, lemon( I actually made a paste out of it and took a spoon 3 times daily ) 

make sure to have support around you and remind yourself that this is temporary and that you have to stay calm and positive. You will come out on the other side, and when you do, you will be a different person. 
you will not complain about things that are unimportant 

you will appreciate the smallest things 

you will learn who is worth your time and who wouldn’t 

you will know who are your real friends 

you will be stronger than you were before and you will relearn faith! 
 
keep on fighting, and keep a positive mind set , because your subconscious is a powerful tool, use it ! 
I promise you - I was one of you just few weeks ago… just ride it, knowing that this is just a part of your journey, and there is a reason why this happened to you… 

wishing all of you a speedy recovery ! 
if you need support , here is my number , 

I will try and help as much as I can ! 
you can do this!!!! You will win !!

Moran 832-638-5091 

Thank you! I have been down last night and didn't think I would be able to make it or handle this for long.

I am on medication to control my heart rate but anything fearful or any emotions is leqding to a high heart rate. Today is the kast day of the medication couse.

I had a normal heart rate but a medication given to me by a neuro messed it up and I ended having issues. Last night I had a bad nerve pull sort of pain in my chest for a while. I don't know what is it. My nerves pain at times, pins and needles (rare), muscle twitching and tremors and heart issue.

May I know all these tests that you did, did thw reports come back to normal? These supplements and tablets were prescribed by the doctor or is it self medication?

I am really scared for life. I am the only earning member and really worried about how things have turned out after the vax. 

Please help me!

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Hi. I’m sorry that you are going through this. I know that it’s difficult. I just recently started to feel better. It’s been going on since the end of may. First. How long ago did you have the vaccine? Which vaccine did you get? 1 or 2 shots?  Also- are you on a specific diet? What medication are you taking ? About me. Neuro did EEG , EMG , I did ANS test with my cardiologist, stress test, ultrasound of the heart EKG, lots of blood work. Ferritin  level is important , you need to check for clots( d dimer)… I can look for the whole blood work list and send it to you later. Everything came back normal. The heart rate was elevated to they gave me medication for it. Eventually the heart rate just got better. No. I didn’t do this completely on my own. I had a doctor who helped me. He put me on steroids ( because I had gritty feeling in my eyes… possibly inflammation ). You have to understand. A lot of doctors just deny that the vaccine causes problems. I had to go to 6 ophthalmologists who told me that everything was normal until I found one who was willing to listen and help. You need to find a doctor who is knowledgeable and believes in those injuries. Steroids are probably not for you because they will increase your heart rate and blood pressure. I suggest a strict diet. GARLIC. very important. My mom had inflammation of the heart muscle. She got rid of it by eating tons of raw garlic. A week later the cardiologist was amazed that the inflammation was gone. Take bread with some sour cream and some vegetable ( you don’t want it to burn your stomach so you need to add stuff). Put ad 4 cloves of garlic insides ( you can chop them or mince them )l. Eat the bread with the raw garlic. Every morning. Make a soup. Put a lot of tumeric and fresh garlic before drinking IT. Lots of greens. Make smoothie. Listen. I know that you are scared. I woke up for the past 6 months screaming and crying every day. First I was full of regret for doing the vaccine. Then I was full of anger wondering why it happened to me. Then I calmed down and tried to stay positive and brainwashed myself that it will pass. Then again I was full of regret , anger etc. the cycle goes on and on and on. The only thing I wanted to talk about was vaccine.  I was going crazy. Couldn’t bear the feeling anymore. Told everyone that I was done with life …. Believe me.  I know it’s hard. BUT…. The truth is …. It was meant to happen. I have a friend who didn’t do the vaccine, and nearly died. He was left with scars in his lungs and he is a very healthy person who had COVID before. So know that doing the vaccine, it may have injured you TEMPORARILY, but it could save your life if you get COVID. So no regret. You couldn’t know. Most people don’t get hurt from the vaccine. I asked EVERYONE around me if they had side effects ( I was so obsessed with those issues that I would ask every stranger I met if they did the vaccine and if they got hurt). I didn’t find even ONE person who got injured . I was the only one in my circle. So don’t regret. For one reason or another it was meant to happen. Maybe if you didn’t get the vaccine you would have died from covid. Believe that it was for the best ( and I don’t say it lightly because I had hard time with faith during that time but learned that along the way). Don’t be angry , just embrace it and be touch. It’s your time to show yourself what you are made of. You are not alone. And this WILL GO AWEY. I promise you. Patience is the key word. Words that helped me were “ this is not who you are permanently. It’s just who you are now. Before you know it, it will be behind you. “. Find things that make you happy. Put music, dance , laugh. You have your family. You have so much to be happy about. Remember that. Please answer my questions and don’t worry. I will try to guide you as much as I can. But remember- the power is inside of you. YOU WILL WIN 

It was my 1st dose of AstraZeneca. It is named Covishield in India. Date: 9th October.

I am almost 1.5 months post my 1st jab. I don't plan to take the 2nd jab. I am trying anti inflammatory foods as much as I can.

Oranges and green tea is what I have added to my diet and have tried to cut down on inflammatory foods. Mine is mostly Veg and chicken sometimes.

- Rice 

- Rotis (Indian flat bread. Its not the same as the regular bread)

- Veggies

- Curries

- Tender coconut water

- Green tea

- Oranges and banana 

- Chicken and chicken broth (sometimes)

 

These are the most things that I have almost regularly. 

I don't eat sweets, packaged food, foods with added preservatives, dairy foods, red meat, and no tea and coffee or beverages, breads etc.

Is this good enough? Anything else that I can include in my diet or exclude from it?

I am not on any medication except for Vitamin D tablets once a week. Wanted to ask if Omega 3 fish oils tablets really work or not? What are the supplements I can take on my own without doctor's prescription?

I was planning to start Omega 3 but is it helpful and does it really reduce inflammation?

 

- I was taking B12 tablets in the past since I was deficient on it. Not taking it anymore 

- Was on some medication for my ears and chest but at the moment not on any

 

SYMPTOMS SO FAR:

Tinnitus and ear pain (on and off), pins and needles (not anymore), muscle tremors, nerves pain, crawling feeling in my skin (currently have it on my head), chest pain (Had initially post the jab and then it went away. Came back after I took a tablet given to me for nerve pain which was an anti depressant too🥲), chest discomfort, some odd feeling in my head, some electric feeling in my head (Happened 2-3 times until now) muscle weakness (esp. in my left leg just above my knee) insomnia and anxiety I can't put it in words, palpitations (started after a side effect of a tablet a neuro prescribed but post that heart rate has been odd) Had an odd nerve pull with pain last night in the left side of my chest. It happened only once but not sure what it was.

 

TESTS DONE:

- Basic blood tests

- Blood tests for Cholesterol, Thyroid, Vitamin B12 and D. Was only deficienct on D per reports

- Ear examination (All good per the ENT)

- BP and Pulse rate (Pulse rate was high post side effect of a tablet)

- Physical nerve and muscle examination (Normal as per Neuro)

- ECG (Normal per Cardio. Had to do this test post the chest pain and palpitations that begun post the intake of the tablet. He said chest pain is due to anxiety which I don't wanna believe at all)

I am scared of doing any more tests. 

Please help me what supplements, food and fluids can help in reducing inflammation and what food can I try.

Or anything else that can help.

P.S: I'm an Indian so our food usually has a turmeric, ginger and garlic in everyday food. 

Can't wait to go back to my self.

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Posted by: @lmkk
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@medee I am here to give EVERYONE an update after 6 months of COMPLETE suffering for those who are looking for hope and are suffering, wondering if it will ever end. YES. I didn’t believe it also when I was dealing with all of this. But there is an end to the suffering. I went through so much, I have seen 3 neurologists, 7 ophthalmologists, 1 infectious disease specialist, 2 cardiologists, 2 family doctors, 2 Nuro ophthalmologists, had 6 MRI’s, went twice to the ER… my heart rate was fast, my eyesight was bad, serious brain fog and cognitive issues, pins and niddle feeling in my legs, back pain , and buzzing in my ears. Spent so much money on tests and was on a death bed mentally. There were times that I was suicidal. Thought that my life was over. Couldn’t take care of my kids. Panic attacks brought me to the darkest moments of my life. I didn’t want to be left alone for even a second. All I wanted and prayed for was to be able to leave a normal life. My mom had to fly from Israel to help me and my family. She kept telling me to be positive but it was hard because I just didn’t think that it would ever end. I have to tell you - if you are going through the same thing, know that this is temporary. I promise you. It is. Try to stay positive. 
here are the things that helped me :
steroids ( I took prednisone to treat inflammation in my body as soon as I started having severe symptoms). Total of 600 mg 

Vitamin D 

bitamin c and iron ( if you are lacking energy you need to check your ferritin level. Mine was 2 when it needs to be 50 because vaccine wiped out my iron storage. You can become anemic because of that. 
magnesium 

omega 3 

Ivermectin 

Strict diet- only proteins, greens, no sugars, no gluten , no alcohol, no dairy… lots of fluids. 
lots of ginger, garlic, lemon( I actually made a paste out of it and took a spoon 3 times daily ) 

make sure to have support around you and remind yourself that this is temporary and that you have to stay calm and positive. You will come out on the other side, and when you do, you will be a different person. 
you will not complain about things that are unimportant 

you will appreciate the smallest things 

you will learn who is worth your time and who wouldn’t 

you will know who are your real friends 

you will be stronger than you were before and you will relearn faith! 
 
keep on fighting, and keep a positive mind set , because your subconscious is a powerful tool, use it ! 
I promise you - I was one of you just few weeks ago… just ride it, knowing that this is just a part of your journey, and there is a reason why this happened to you… 

wishing all of you a speedy recovery ! 
if you need support , here is my number , 

I will try and help as much as I can ! 
you can do this!!!! You will win !!

Moran 832-638-5091 

Wow! I'm so choked up after just reading your post i started crying like a baby.

I am crying because you were thoughtful enough to remember those who are still on the forum to come back here and share your success story.

I'm crying because it's outrageous that any of us are even in this situation.

I'm crying with happiness for your recovery, like the rest of us here you have been through such a difficult time and even doubted your sanity because most health professionals dismissed the links to the vaccine.

Finally I'm crying with relief and much needed hope you have provided by sharing your positive recovery story with us.

I am so happy for you.

I've realised these last few months just how precious our health is and how much I took it for granted since this nightmare began.

I've promised myself that I will look after my health and body properly from now on and give it the best care and nourishment it deserves. 

Health is Wealth! 

You are so sweet. I promise you that you will get better. I swear to you that I used to wake up screaming to my mom and my husband that I was done living. I couldn’t take it anymore. Every day was HELL that only those who go through it understand. We are united by this experience. You guys were like my mini family. People doubted my symptoms. Even my mom eventually gave me the looks and suggested that I should see a psychiatrist. It was brutal. But yes. I prayed a lot and I worked on myself. It was hard to stay positive. 90% of the time I didn’t believe that it would be over. But one day it just stopped. It took almost 7 months. And everyone is different. But I read soooo many stories of people who healed. On this site. I PROMISE YOU. YOU WILL HEAL COMPLETELY. be patient. Know that it was just meant to happen. Don’t regret. Don’t blame yourself. You never know why this happened. Some people died because they didn’t get the Jab. Some people died because of the jab. It’s just Miss and hit. Nothing that we did wrong. Believe in your body. It has powers. Believe in your healing. You are strong. You will win this. And when you do, life will mean so much more. I used to complain about bs. I used to not appreciate the small things. Now I do. And you will too. It’s a humbling experience ( and trust me , it didn’t feel humbling when I was calling to suicide hotline so I’m taking from experience). Just embrace it. Do everything you can. ASK FOR HELP WHEN YOU NEED TO. try to not focus on the symptoms. Try to live life as normal and before you know it , it will be over. Go do things with your kids. Treat your body right. And know that I’m here 24/7 if you need me. I mean it. I want to help you. If you are in a need of someone to talk to, or you need advice about treatment, text me. I have done it all, researched it all, talked about it all, learned it all. It was my obsession at the time. Moran ( 832-638-5091) you are not alone. And thank you for the kind words. I just want to help you guys because I know how it feels being on the other side.   BE STRONG. YOU CAN DO THIS GIRL. SENDING LOTS OF LOVE YOUR WAY 


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@tarx You got this. Take your time and you have to heal. Your partner either understands that it's sickness and health or they aren't ready for a true partnership. And your kids will love you no matter what. This will get better. More manageable. Less all consuming. It will. Do not give up. Otherwise, who will be there to tell the ones coming after us that they'll be okay? We all know the doctors won't do it. Don't give in. That feeling is also a side effect. It is. Depressive thoughts is because of the reaction. It will pass. It will. 


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@s-m-a thank you so so much ❤️ I’m so fed up, only thing that’s keeping me going is my 2 children. I NEED to get better for them x


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Hey everyone. I'm seeing a lot of comments of fear and anxiety. I get that. I do. But, time makes it better. I am better. I was super dizzy and sick with all the things for three months and two weeks and then I GOT BETTER. I do know it feels hopeless and the more I think back, the more I believe that is a side effect within itself. Like some people who have had Covid have a hard time coping. I know I did. And I felt the same despair after the vaccine, but I was much sicker after the vaccine. I never had dizzy spells with Covid alone. I think that the feeling if impending doom is a side effect. I felt it too, and I know every single thing you are feeling is real. It is. I felt it. Lots of others here have felt it. And we know that but still feel so very alone. Side effect. But for those in that spot, do not lose hope. Although I know it will be nearly impossible, do something to get your mind off of it. You are not crazy and you will get better. My muscles were super tight so I bought a neck massager. This one thing helped more than all the medication, doctor visits, tests, anything. It loosened my muscles enough to get some blood flow to my brain I think. I felt alot better, and this was daily massages for a few hours everyday, at least one hour, for weeks. It wasn't a cure all but it helped. And it took time. This happened to us. We are going to be ignored because the companies that gave us this are too well protected. They can't be held responsible for what they did to us, and we knew that. Very obvious no, isn't it? But nevertheless, you will get better. Guys, I got on a boat last month. And I was fine. You will come out of it. It just takes time. I hate reading all the scared posts because I was that post. So I feel compelled to try and encourage you all. It's gonna be okay. You don't need drugs. They don't help help. Take vitamins if you are deficient and then stop when you are not. They will not help. There is no cure. You have to heal. I took it it all. It was useless. Lower your anxiety however you can and give it time. You will be okay. Say it until you believe it. And neck and shoulder and back massages. My muscles seriously were noticeably swollen and super stiff to the touch. 

Hi! What were you symptoms apart from muscle tightness? Did you do any tests?

How long did it take to recover? Were there any relapses? How are you these days.

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Thank you for the quote option suggestion. I didn't even realize. Yes, my symptoms were vast. I had the tight muscles everywhere, mostly neck and shoulders. My lymph nodes on the entire left side of my body swelled and stayed that way for about three to four weeks. I had severe migraines. The migraines were bad. Really bad, but I had them after the first time I had Covid so I wasn't too concerned, but then the dizzy spells started. They were new. In between headaches and then instead of headaches. I had fullness in my ears, nose, and head, and a weird wetness in my ears. Not dripping but definitely wet. Pins and needles and roaming numbness. Especially in my hands to the point that they were sometimes useless. I had heart palpitations. I had a tight swollen feeling behind my eyes. TBH, my eyes still aren't like they were before. I had a ton of anxiety and feeling trapped. I had brain fog so bad I couldn't come up with the word for a broom while I was looking right at one. I didn't have the insomnia and I didn't throw up, but I was nauseous alot because of the dizzy spells. I did have tests. I went to the doctor, told them everything, they denied it could even be possible it was related to the vaccine, and diagnosed my with an ear infection with no sign of infection in my ear and with a perfect blood tests. I have had severe anemia to the point of blood transfusions, so when I say this blood test was perfect, it was perfect. Better than I have ever had, but I have never been sicker in my life. They wouldn't send me for any scans because my bloodwork was perfect, which is also how I know I didn't have an ear infection. It took three months and two weeks for the dizzy spells to break. Then I had a massive migraine. It lasted two days and I was sore after. I can honestly say it was the worst headache of my life and I was expecting to get dizzy afterwards, but I didn't. I did end up with an intestinal infection after that. It might have been the medication, Ivermectin, or it might have just been a random infection, but I was sent for a scan after that. My digestive track was inflamed throughout the entire thing. At this point, I was better though. No dizzy spells, no headaches. I was having vision problems and head pressure, but nothing like before. I was given antibiotics, a colonoscopy, and steroids for the gut infection and I feel sort of better. I have had GI issues for a while so I can't say if it was the vaccine or not or the ivermectin or not. I was pretty bad with that until about mid September. I don't know if I would call it a relapse because I can't say for sure it was even related. I am feeling better from that and all other symptoms have subsided. Occasional blurry vision and head pressure. Oh, and I had a stiff neck for a few days last week for which I used the neck massager. It was bad but it didn't get to that massive stiff and swollen level like before. I had some allergies because of the season change and I was so scared the dizzy spells would come back but I tried to meditate, not something I normally do, and calm down any anxiety and the dizzy spells did not start back. If I relapse, I will let you guys know. Thank you. You take care as well.  


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Everyone, 

I was watching YouTube videos. I am subbed to Dr. John Campbell Although I typically do not agree with him and I feel he has a distain for Americans, but I did have a video pop up in which he interviewed a lady that has a lot of our symptoms. The title is something like neuro symptoms after vaccine or something. It's one of the only videos I have seen that actually relates to what we are going through because of this vaccine. If you are interested at all. I thought I would share. You are not alone. 


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@tarx and you will. It will take time and the amount of time is different, but it will happen. I don't think there's any medication that will stop it and I took them all, but I did find that Benadryl, those little pink pills, seemed to help with sleep and maybe the inflammation some, but nothing is a cure but time. I know it sucks. I know no mater what you are going to worry, but try your best to do something else to get your mind off it so the anxiety will abate a little. That helps too. The anxiety and desperation feeling is another symptom of the reaction to the vaccine. I am convinced of it. Jigsaw puzzle or board games. I know I couldn't even watch the tv because of the dizzy spells but if I did a board game, I could power through for awhile. And you can do it with your kids, so two birds type of thing. You'll get better. You will. Say it until you believe it. You are not alone. 


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@myadan Bless you! Thank you for your post. I so needed to hear that today because I'm feeling SO fed up. The part you said about knowing who your friends are hit me particularly hard. Wow, people really do reveal themselves, don't they?

Perhaps because I've had Meniere's and other health probs, I always ask people who are ill or going through a biopsy, or a "time" (medically) if there is anything I can do...I always do that! And I ask ore than once. But those same people? I had a few ask me to go out and when I explain I'm laid up with Meniere's (I don't have the energy to talk about the vax correlation) and have been for weeks, NO ONE says, "Hey, do you need anything?" Nada. I've spent a fortune on taxis to doctors and tests...don't people offer to drive friends anymore?

This has added pain to a difficult time. I guess I shouldn't be surprised, but I am.

Rant over. Time to pull up my pantyhose and get better! 🙂


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@myadan THANK YOU SO MUCH for this post. You have NO idea how much I need to hear this today.

I think a lot of people who might have been suffering stay away from here when they feel better. I know I did after I recovered from Meniere's 22 years ago. I never wanted to think about it again! But you are so kind to share al this with us, to give us hope when it feels like there is none.

Please stay well and do stay in touch and keep us posted. Take care, I just might call you! 😳 

Judes


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I’m still suffering 5 months after vaccine. The tingling and burning all over seemed to have stopped the last few days. I forgot to take vit d3 for a few days though so wondering could that be why or just coincidence? I just don’t know anymore. Internal shaking / tremors are still there & have been worse last couple weeks… mainly in my chest shoulders/arms. Don’t know whether to bother seeing a doctor again after being told it was anxiety 3 times. Weird I never had it before the vaccine. Just want to feel like my old self although slowly forgetting what that felt like 😢


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Posted by: @swtammie78

@tunafish15 I'm so very sorry to hear about your adverse reaction. I posted about my reaction in early August and although my symptoms are not identical to yours, there are some similarities. I went to the ER when the pressure in my head and brain fog was so intense that I thought I had encephalitis or something that was going to kill me. The way you described your head pressure is almost identical to mine (back of head, top of head, temples, back of neck). I felt like my brain was going to explode and could no longer fit in my skull. I also had brain fog, dissociation, confusion, off balance, vertigo, and occasional brain zaps. I'm writing to say that it's been a month and a half and I feel so much better although the head pressure is not entirely gone. However I can now function at work and can drive again. I think everything is going to be okay. Try to accept your situation if it's possible. Depression and anxiety are only going to make your head hurt more and that's the last thing you need right now; easier said than done, I know. Be kind to yourself while you recover - I believe that you will but it's going to take time. I also thought that my life was ruined and I suppose it was for a time, but I'm still here.

At my worst I tried to eat an "anti inflammatory" diet and I didn't exercise much. I also eliminated coffee because it seemed to aggravate my symptoms. I also practiced acceptance because no doctor could help me and honestly I just felt happy to be alive. I don't think any of these habits treated my symptoms, but they didn't make me feel worse. 

Hugs to you. You will get through this.

Please continue to provide updates. 

How are you feeling these days? Have you completely recovered from it?

Did you have any other symptoms? 

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@callie Sleep is almost back to normal. I do get 6 plus with an occasional night when I still wake up early and struggle. My tinnitus is still loud as hell in the mornings and floaters are just as annoying. 


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Posted by: @jaydev55

@larag I had head pressure/headaches, random muscle or joint pains, imbalance, digestion issues and insomnia.  Initially it started with racing heat and palpations back in the beginning of August. Those subsided by beginning of September with the help of beta blockers. I haven't taken the beta blockers since beginning of September.  

I am now left with occasional imbalance, head pressure, digestive issues and insomnia. When the head pressure and imbalance being less intense each time it comes on. 

How are you feeling now? Have you recovered? Did you have any other symptoms than the one listed here by you?

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