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Soraya
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@mt53072 Hello! So sorry for my late response. I dont have any conditions at all. 


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jacquelyn sauriol
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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...

 

@floryeo

Have you tried some things, what works?

Do you have anyone to cook for you or are you also to make your own food?   I will suggest some general things....

If there is a traditional Chinese restaurant around, you might try eating some Congee...it isoften very meat based but this can be helpful in this shituation

or make some congee, simply rice boiled extra long in veggie or chicken broth...I am sure there are recipes online...you want easy to digest but nourishing stuff...

dandelion root or leaf tea and or burdock root tea (add milk and honey, dont make it too strong)...can keep blood sugar up when you are not so able to eat.  Also slippery elm tea, the powder can be bought and it has a nice taste. 

Grated ginger or fresh ginger juice are adaptogens and can help you....adapt...see list of things attached as well.....

a really good book is Herbal Antivirals by Stephen Buhner...he has studied and added on Covid as well in the newer editions of the book.....

 


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LadyT
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@nicp605 let us know how it goes


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I am taking liquid liposomal glutathione and am doing much better.  I can now sleep while laying down (as opposed to sitting up).


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Posted by: @sumitc2608

I have posted earlier as well about side effect of vaccination which I have been facing for the past 4 months. I faced multiple issues and currently facing Numbness in Hand / Leg and Headache. I had my brain CT scan and nerve test and both came normal and now doctor is suggesting for Infusion treatment where I need to go 3 day continuously at clinic.  

So far I did the following tests and all reports came normal. 

1. Blood test - 3 times

2. ECG - for chest pain - 2 times 

3. Urine test 

4. Nerve Test 

5. Brain CT Scan 

I believe all issues, which I am getting, are related to Vaccine only so not sure should I go for Infusion treatment or wait for it to heal by its own.

If any other member faced the headache issues and now recovered can please confirm , how long it took to recover as it will help me to take the decision.

I had my 2nd jab on 6th Aug 2021. 

 

ooooooooooooo Infusion sounds great.  Let us know!


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Tarx
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Hey does anyone know if fluoxetine is the same as Fluvoxamine? My doctor has said they don’t prescribe fluvoxamine here in uk but has given my fluoxetine! Hoping it’s the same 🤞🏼


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Dizzyisnotfun
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@lmkk

Hey kitkat

Im in UK too, if you ever want to chat my email address is [email protected]

We have similar symptoms. I had moderna twice. 2nd jab 8 August 


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AndyL89
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@creativecat Hi! I’m 20 weeks post second Pfizer (Received it mid JULY 21). I had all the tingling, burning, twitches and muscle spasms etc to start. These all disappeared over a matter of about 4-5weeks. I then started getting tension/pressure headaches around the last week in September which got progressively worse. I was prescribed amitriptyline, which to be honest I’m no sure it working as the headaches still come and go. The nausea has only started over the past week, but seems to a type of stomach irritation.

How have you been getting on recently?


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Euroka
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@medee Hi Dee, I saw your private message but I haven't had enough posts to reply you privately. All my test results came back normal. MRI shows that I had myocarditis prior to the V but it was healed. What has helped me so far:

1. Meditation. I meditated intensively for the first 3 months. I followed Dr Joe Dispensa's meditation. Thousand of people healed themselves from cancers, autonomous diseases, and all kind of illness by doing his meditation. You can search him on Youtube and go to testimonial section. There are few cases who suffered heart palpitation and healed themselves by doing his meditation. I recommend you read his book " Becoming supernatural" which explains the principle behind all the meditation scientifically.

Meditation seems to bring down my heart rate but it was still pounding and out of rhythm. Beta blocker helps to regulate the heart rhythm but it lowered the rate down below 50 beats per minute so I stopped using it.

2. Diet. I tried low histamine diet for 3 months which helps. Now I listen to my body and eat what my body needs. A cardiologist said heal your gut, heal your heart.

3. Vitamin. NAC helps tremendously with anxiety and stabilizing the heart rate.  I randomly take vitamin D, C, Zinc and probiotics.

4. Focus on things you like instead of thinking about your illness. In other words, distracting yourself as much as you can from thinking about your illness. In my case, I join a drawing course and draw everyday. Drawing to me is like meditation. It stops my monkey mind. Amazingly, since I start drawing, my heart is back to normal.

I hope that helps you.


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KitKat
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Posted by: @sickofthis
Posted by: @lmkk
Posted by: @sickofthis

Does anyone have any thoughts on why anxiety/panic attacks are a common symptom most of us are dealing with? I understand that our way of thinking of our symptoms can significantly exacerbate anxiety, but a lot of people have had increased anxiety out of no where. My remaining symptom (as of today) is this anxiety feeling that I cant seem to shake no matter how I distract myself.  

I think I read that it has something to do with the autonomic nervous system that is causing the anxiety, sleeplessness, panic disorders, etc 

Autonomic nervous system is the actions that our bodies carry out automatically without us having to remember to do it such as breathing, blinking, digestion etc. 

We have sensory and motor nervous systems in our bodies. Have a Google as I have not gone into detail as I have only read about it in passing when researching my own peripheral neuropathy symptoms.

I've done so much reading and research recently I feel like I could write a PhD on vaccine side effects.

Your last comment made me laugh because I do have a PhD (in a medical field) and yet I still feel so oblivious as to what is going on with my own body right now. I definitely understand what you mentioned, but what I don't get is how (anatomically) this vaccine can interrupt our ANS. Any reading/researching suggest that it will get better over time?

I'm positive I have read that symptoms of ANS disruption do heal in time. I have been bookmarking pages of information that I have felt may be useful so I will have a check and post the link. If I remember correctly I found the information on a website about Guillian Barre Syndrome. Much earlier on in this thread (yes I have read all 700+ pages and yes I am probably way to obsessed with trying to get answers) there was a UK pharmacist who was one of the first to have the vaccine in late December. He suffered from lots of what we have plus he wrote about how his autonomic system was affected in such a way that he unfortunately had no control over his bowel movements. It took him nearly 9 months to fully recover. This seems to backup what I read online. I will get back to you on it. 👍


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jacquelyn sauriol
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@lmkk My partner, same headband headache, wavy vision, sent her to the eye doctor, nothing...but a $1200 bill and new glasses...they had these issues for about 3 months post shot, they are not mentioning it anymore. 


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Gloria M
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@lmkk 

Thank you for both of our replies. Very much appreciated. 
GloriA 🤗


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alexmac83
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In short had AZ jab April wiped me out for 2 days including really bad foot & leg pain, 2nd jab late May then since mid June started having weird sensation in legs, like goosebumps, move forward to mid July & since then had loads of muscle twitching mainly in calf muscles & occasional pain / soreness......keep straining tendons easily aswell in top of feet.......past few weeks calf tightness increasing a bit.

Can still cycle / hike a bit so thankfully no weakness but still extremely worried, seen a few docs who just keep saying unsure as bloods and MRI on head which was fine , but keep fearing MND/ALS. Bloods show ferretin had halved in 2 years due to maybe Omeprazole use for 15 months but off them since August so cannot be that & red blood count just below recommended limit.

Thankfully seeing a neurologist coming Saturday so see what he says , but all in all I can't rule out the jab as this all started after 2nd dose but if I mention that ppl look at you weirdly! 

Just very down with it all at the moment & struggling mentally as not getting far & symptoms getting worse regarding muscle twitching & pain mainly in calves.

Sorry for a long rant!

 

 

 

 

 

 


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Lee H
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@spencer I had all the same issues as you., especially the weird hand feelings. They have gone now (4months) Hopefully yours go soon. 


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Lee H
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Posted by: @jennscout1

@eileenwh yes fully aware that was a possibility and I was ok with it as I did not want to be sick again for 5-6 months. But as a new update. My bf got Covid last week. I know crazy. Anyways. I’m good! I did not catch it. Both my Covid tests came back negative. I did one last week and one this week. I did have symptoms. Very minor. Sore throat, runny nose, headache and slight body aches. Like a cold and if lasted 4 days then went away. I was very happy to have a normal sickness again and not the craziness we have all experienced for months. I felt like my body acted normal and did what it’s suppose to do. 

Hi Jenn Sorry to be a pain with all my questions but just wondering when you started your pre meds. A day before the vaccine? Thanks


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