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Glen
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Posted by: @jkro

@gatordoc also, I’m curious why the antibodies produced by the vaccine would cause the issues? I’m not saying that is the case for sure but if symptoms get better after time from the vaccine would that mean it is the antibodies causing the issues? Also, a lot of long haul covid people have similar symptoms? Would that be due to the spike itself or maybe just body response? Are there any studies on long haulers that may give us answers too. 

Here is one, I can get more.

 "Depending on the cell type that binds the spike protein, any of a number of autoimmune medical conditions can result."

http://orthomolecular.org/resources/omns/v17n24.shtml


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healmeohlord
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@lmkk i have all the symptims u have. Already 3 mths sufferring.

Any of yr symptoms go away?


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KitKat
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Posted by: @floryeo

@lmkk i have all the symptims u have. Already 3 mths sufferring.

Any of yr symptoms go away?

I've had mine for just over 4 months. The pins and needles are greatly improved despite four flare ups in four months. (Two bad flare ups two mild).

On a scale on 1-10 my pins and needles are mostly around 2-3.

I still have dizzy spells but I can go a few days between incidents now.

I still have migraines and visual disturbances.

Tinnitus flares up and down but at the moment is mild.


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healmeohlord
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@lmkk in page 765, u also said have the following symptoms:

1. Numb in body, face and leg, problem walking

2. Pain in bones/stiff aching joints

3. Itchy spots

4. Burning sensatiob in body

5. Vision problem

6. Pain in and aroune eyes

7. Flashing of lights

8. Nerve pain in teeth

Do u still have these symptoms.

I have all these that surface gradually since 2nd jab in end August. No improvements...i live everyday in fear...

 

 


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KitKat
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Posted by: @bambi08

Has anyone had panic attacks since the shot? I got mine in august and I’ve commented on here before but no reply’s. They happen random, I’ll get chest pains, sharp head pains. Dizziness, have had a feeling that my whole body was ringing and vibrating, severe panic attacks, pre syncope feeling almost felt like I blacked out for a second. Have had countless blood work, mri, chest X-ray, eeg, ekgs, and nothing. There have been periods where I feel Normal, but I live day to day in fear. I’m scared to go anywhere, scared to do anything. I just want it to stop. I beg God daily to make it stop. But he has been kind to me and has drawn me nearer to him through this whole thing. I just don’t know what to do. 

Yes I have been experiencing the odd panic attack and strange anxiety since my first Pfizer.

I'm no stranger to either as I started suffering with bad anxiety and panic attacks about twenty years ago at uni. I believe this was due to being away from home for the first time, poor student diet, burning the candle at both ends trying to work, study and party, stressful assignment deadlines etc. Once I graduated and became settled in life they went away and barely troubled me since.

Since my jab they are back I sometimes wake up around 4/5am with irrational fear that something really bad is going to happen so I start texting all my family to make sure they are all ok. My chest feels like it's being crushed and my heart is all over the place. 

Although I recognize these symptoms from the past they are also different to what I had. While at uni I learnt from my GP breathing exercises to combat the panic attack. Along with the difficulty to breathe properly I used to also get a ringing noise in my ears and static in my vision and I would feel like i was about to turn into jelly in a puddle on the floor due to lack of oxygen in my blood from hyperventilation. It was scary as hell but never lasted more than a few minutes, 5 at most.

Now the horrible feeling of dread and racing heart, rapid breathing, and shakiness just starts without a trigger or warning and can last hours. Trying breathing and rational focus/distraction techniques has not been working.  I'm very settled and content in my life so I can only blame the vaccine for the way these symptoms have suddenly reared their ugly head after all these years.

 


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KitKat
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Posted by: @floryeo

@lmkk in page 765, u also said have the following symptoms:

1. Numb in body, face and leg, problem walking

2. Pain in bones/stiff aching joints

3. Itchy spots

4. Burning sensatiob in body

5. Vision problem

6. Pain in and aroune eyes

7. Flashing of lights

8. Nerve pain in teeth

Do u still have these symptoms.

I have all these that surface gradually since 2nd jab in end August. No improvements...i live everyday in fear...

 

 

Yes, they have decreased in severity although they do get worse with a flare up. My initial, main and most severe symptom was the pins and needles which is probably my most successfully healed issue now. Headaches, tinnitus and vision problems are now my most troublesome problems. On the whole everything does seem to be getting better but at a very very slow pace.


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healmeohlord
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@lmkk Thank u, Kit. 

May i know which country are u from?

Am from Singapore.


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@bambi08 I feel the same. When I try to describe to my friends and family that I feel as if I've had the flu for the last seven weeks (and counting), I can tell from their expression they think I'm an antivaxxer or I'm exaggerating (or both). It's been an isolating experience. I am so thankful for this forum; it's comforting to be heard and believed. I don't know what I would have done without it. 


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Callie
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@sara90 hello, I’ll be 5 months post first vaccine too in December and also have vision issues and floaters. 


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Callie
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@pearl444 that’s really great to hear that your vision is improving!


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Rainyday
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@sickofthis I gave up seeing my primary care physician. I've been in to see her two or three times since this began and each time I've asked if this could be vaccine related, she responds "no, probably not." The last time I was in she diagnosed me with allergies. . .I've never had allergies to anything in my entire life. I think that was my final straw with her and her office. It doesn't take a medical degree to understand that an extremely healthy 27 year old doesn't "just happen" to fall ill one week after their second dose of Moderna. I mean, come on. 

I will always wonder if my symptoms could have been alleviated had I gone to someone who knew this was an inflammatory autoimmune response and could have started me on steroids and/or immunosuppressants. I might have gotten my life back a LOT sooner. It's been seven weeks (and counting) and I ask myself everyday: "How much more can I take?" 

The complete disregard for COVID vaccine-related injuries in the medical community is astounding. If I - with nothing more than an associates degree - can understand that the vaccines are instigating autoimmune-driven inflammation throughout the body, why can't someone with a medical degree see that, too? 

Without this forum, I don't know what I would have done. Here's to hoping that we all recover. 

 


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Jessie
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@glenb thanks for the link to the Orthomolecular site. I did already read that stuff. I’m all about peer reviewed journals though and I’m not sure the source of that information. Is it credible? 


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Jessie
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@glenb also even if all of that is true on the Orthomolecular site what do we do about it? Who will treat us? No doctor will even give me steroids let alone all that business. That is what is so frustrating 


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I got the J&J 2.5 weeks ago and almost immediately I felt like I was out of sorts. Brain fog, adrenaline rushes and feeling outside of my body. The next day I had the typical feverish feelings and overall felt weird. By the next day the panic attacks started and it felt like my whole body is vibrating and my heart pounding. I went to the doctor and she did the ekg and blood oxygen level tests and everything is normal. I have been living in an absolute state of HELL and TERROR for the past few weeks and I pray to God it goes away soon. I spoke to multiple doctors and some said they’ve heard of this and others dismissed me as a nut job who needs to talk to a therapist because they’d never heard of something like this from the vaccine. My doctor gave me .5 mg of Xanax and it’s basically been the only thing that helps me get any kind of sleep, but I’m quickly growing dependent on it and needing more which I don’t like. As soon as I start to go to sleep my body vibrates and jerks me back awake and my adrenaline pumps. It’s a living nightmare. Has anyone else experienced this and how long did it last?


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Sara
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@callie Hi Callie, sorry to hear. I’m positive and I pray they will disappear. Floaters are so annoying!!! 😖

 


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