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Tarx
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What does everyone use to help the panic attacks? Just had the worst one ever! It lasted hours! Never ever want to experience that again 😩


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BetterDaysAhead
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@tarruba I am a long hauler.  I tried Ivermectin at month 5 and did not find benefit unfortunately.  Took it for several weeks dosed by weight.


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BetterDaysAhead
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@jeank Interesting about Sertraline for you.  Please what were/are your symptoms?


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Posted by: @trawii

If you guys are having trouble eating you need to try omeprazole! I am taking 40mg daily and I’m finally able to eat normally again! Originally lost ~ 15 lbs after my 2nd Pfizer shot.

Hi, how are you now with your stomach problems? Are you still taking omeprazole? Have you regained your weight?


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@medee

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I see. Was this prescribed by a doctor? 

It doesn't require prescription, it's a natural sedative. Works well for me 🙂


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Posted by: @dan1878

Anyone had any heart arrhythmia issue and recovered or any supplement recommendations? 

I had it. I think it was provoked by fatigue and palpitations. It would come when I lay down to sleep. I started taking anti-inflammatory supplements (in my case, NAC and Zinc) and it normalised.

 


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Jessie
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@chelsun is there any chance of recovering from POTS?


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Jessie
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@rainyday crazy thing about that article is her MRI showed issues….mine didn’t. Although a spinal MRI might have but I couldn’t get the neurologist to order an entire spine only the cervical one which wouldn’t do a lot of good. 


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If anyone wants to join a zoom chat I’m going to be planning one for next week hopefully! Send me an email and I will join you to my email list! [email protected] 

I’m in pacific standard time so it might take me a bit to reply if we aren’t in the same time zone!

I think seeing each other face to face would be so amazing to feel understood and make something out of this positive if we can! 


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@jkro I have recovered. It took about 5 months or a little more. I think I was able to achieve that by increasing by hydration, electrolytes, sodium, vitamin d, B12, zinc. I also took Ativan for a few months, bought a rowing machine and would do 5 minutes at a time until I was able to do more. Eventually, I could stand and do short walks. I’m now walking 5 miles a day with no issues. 


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Rainyday
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@jkro I haven't had an MRI or a CT scan yet. I'm curious (in a worried way) what it would show. Like you, though, almost everyone who's had an MRI/CT on this forum has had a perfect result. It's very strange.

When I experience the head pressure, it'll go on for several hours, at which time I have difficulty with concentration and memory. After the pressure goes away, the inside of my head has areas that feel "raw" or "pulpy." It's extremely unnerving. I assume my brain is becoming inflamed, and when the inflammation subsides, the areas most affected have to heal - hence the "raw" feeling. As soon as I read "lesions" in the article, I knew that had to be similar to what's happening with me. The only thing that's been helping is anti-inflammatory supplements and food, such as a bromelain/curcumin/quercetin supplement and pineapple juice. I wonder if a steroid and immunosuppressant - like they used with her - would help COVID vaccine injuries? 

I wish there was more literature on inflammation after the vaccine - and more ways to treat it. It's criminal that we've had to learn how to treat ourselves with supplements and food. 


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Rainyday
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@nresearcher I agree. And it's SO cruelly ironic that we got long-hauler symptoms. . .after getting a vaccine to prevent long-hauler symptoms. 


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Chelsun
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@gloriam I had floaters as well, I’m now 9 months pass 2nd vaccine and no longer see them. 


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Chelsun
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@myadan My endocrinologist, GP and an immunologist I have seen all agree my symptoms were triggered by the vaccine. My GP believes I had an over-reactive immune response. 


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Chelsun
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@myadan thanks for sharing. I too have recovered and will write another post describing what I did. 


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