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(@floryeo)
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Hi any one here from Singapore? We would like to form a Whatsapp group to encourage one another.


   
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Hi guys, I’ve had vision issues after the first dose of Pfizer for 3 months now. I just wanted to share some information that could help other people if you’ve got similar vision issues to mine. It was an onset and my vision felt misaligned and just not right at all (still does) It wasn’t until I recently saw an optometrist this week that specialises beyond normal optometry that I found out I have ‘Convergence Excess’. So I’ve still got 20/20 vision but have problems converging my eyes properly (I’m over converging them) which creates a misalignment and results in blurred vision. It’s near and far for me, but close work is worse especially using a computer. The treatment options are syntonics, prism glasses and vision therapy. I am currently doing syntonics and feel like it has improved my distance vision a bit. Next steps is trying prisms and then start vision therapy next year and I can keep you all updated with how it goes. Here is more about convergence excess - hope everyone is hanging in there! https://focusvisiontherapycenter.com/vision-therapy-glossary-a-z/convergence-excess/

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@jess7 hi, can u describe yr vision issues.

 


   
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@heybro no im picky and dont like oatmeal. I have been doing chicken noodle soup, rice and protien and veggies, no tomato based products no dairy etc


   
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Posted by: @hopetofeelbetter

@heybro no im picky and dont like oatmeal. I have been doing chicken noodle soup, rice and protien and veggies, no tomato based products no dairy etc

oh gosh, i hear broth in chicken noodle soup is especially good for the tummy


   
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@heybro i sent you a direct message


   
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Posted by: @gloriam

@heybro 

https://www.google.com/amp/s/amp.cnn.com/cnn/2021/11/05/health/novavax-covid-19-vaccine-submit-data-plans-wellness/index.html

Just FYI. I don’t want to take a chance on another Pfizer. I personally have suffered enough. 

I've read the article on the link you posted...so Indonesia has authorised the emergency use of the Novavax vaccine...I'm going to be keeping an ear to the ground and listen out for reports of side effects if any coming out from Indonesia.

I'm desperately hoping that this vaccine is safer and produces less unwanted side effects than the ones currently available.

I'm so terrified of covid especially this new south African one but I'm equally terrified of having another mRNA vaccine after the damage my first Pfizer caused me.

If I can reclaim my health and get back to 100% better...and if the reports are true that the Novavax is milder then I think I'm going to get one. But given I have already had a Pfizer I might just have one Novavax instead of the recommended two.


   
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Posted by: @jkro

FYI I spoke with senator Mike Lee’s office today out of Utah. I saw a news clip about a lady named Bre I believe who had the same issues as we all have during the vaccine trials.

Senator Lee is helping her and trying to get research in place for people like us. His office is going to give her my contact information as they said she has started some sort of coalition with others like us and has lawyers too. Call senator Lee’s office in Washington DC too and tell them your story if you are from the United States.

We need these issues researched so maybe we can get help. If the government doesn’t help us I don’t see anyone else doing it either due to cost of research with no benefit to the company for the cost. I guess what I mean is, if the legislature puts pressure on halting the vaccines or finding out why this happened maybe we might get somewhere.

Another idea I had is if there are enough of us, insurance companies will be getting upset soon with the amount of money they spend on side effects but of course that would have to outweigh us being in the hospital with covid. I’m just out here trying to make something happen. 

This is amazing news. Finally our voices are being heard. Thank you for being so determined in getting some answers.🙏


   
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I’m been experiencing constant dizziness since last month. It’s so bad, even when I sit down. I saw an audiologist who said that I might have pppd and she is referring me to the ENT department where they will do further tests. Does anyone one else have this? I’m really worried and hoping this isn’t something permanent. 


   
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Hi everyone, I am a 22 year old male and got my 2nd AZ jab on Sept. 4th. Had common side-effects for the first day which cleared up rather quickly. But I had developed some muscle twitching which was widespread, I didn't pay much attention to it but 2 weeks later things started to flare up. I got odd shooting pains at random parts of my body, my twitching got much worse and also began to have this terrible burning sensation throughout my body. I also had terrible head pressure for around a week about 4-5 weeks after the shot. Caught a massive cold late November which gave me sinus pain and pressure (I have never had sinus issues earlier in my life)

Sometimes it feels like my bones are hurting and some days I have joint pain which I've never had my entire life. I consider myself to be a healthy 22 year old and all of this is so distressing for someone my age. I had terrible anxiety for nearly 2 months thinking I had developed some terrible autoimmune disease which probably made my symptoms worse. For a week or so, it seems like I am getting better only to have all the symptoms return. They are not as bad as they used to be, but I'm not sure if I'm ever going to be my old self.

I also have the following symptoms :-

  • Pain in fingers and digits of the foot
  • Sharp stabbing pain around my eyes
  • Floaters like never before
  • My vision has worsened very slightly
  • Pain at the back of head, sometimes burning, sometimes shooting
  • Minor balance issues but I'm not sure if I'm imagining these or if they're really there (I can stand on one leg with eyes closed for several seconds)

   
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@jkro You might check out the Highwire.  They are doing lots of legal work around vaccine damages. It can be heartening to see and support this legal work. 

There are a other lawsuits pending as well, as doctors are beginning to sue their own hospitals for denying good patient care- see Dr. Paul Marik sueing the Sentara Health System for starters.

And the vax mandates from the Biden Admin are mostly getting blocked.....not exactly like rays of sunshine but.....a flashlight in the dark perhaps...

World Council for Health and the UNTIY PROJECT have recently formed-due to the CDC'S approval of this damaging jab.


   
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@jacquelynsauriol I wonder if there will ever come a time when we are able to sue the vaccine manufacturers, our state and local governments, our workplaces, etc. for FORCING us against our will to take this harmful vaccine? I frankly feel I'm owed compensation for the last eight weeks (and counting) of this nightmare. At the very least, I would like to be compensated well enough to receive the quality medical care I haven't been able to afford to deal with these injuries. This has turned my life upside down and I wouldn't be in this spot if the vaccine hadn't been mandated by my place of work. 

We were told over and over and OVER again by the FDA and CDC that these vaccines were safe and effective. Well, I think all of us on this forum can safely say that they were neither. 


   
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@rainyday At least the 'forever' status of the Emergency Use Authorisation was rejected by a judge recently; I know that was part of how the drug companies got their 'immunity' from damages...so perhaps any new therapies will be subject to more scrutiny and perhaps, one would hope, lawsuits. 

I personally hold the minions (folks who administer the jab for instance) equally responsible, and I know this will not be a popular idea.  But if you look at what happened in Germany around 1945, you come to understand that 'good citizens' made Hitler a very powerful and damaging individual for a time.  And the jabbers do see alot of the illnesses right away, and continue to jab folks.  What if no one would administer this jab? 

What will be eternally damaging however, in the minds of all the worlds humans who understand, is how this destroyed the last shreds of peoples trust in the entire medical establishment. That breach, in my case, us unfixable.

People who DON'T go to doctors regularly live about 7 years longer....hey, maybe it's more like 10 years longer now sadly.


   
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@lmkk 

Thank you KitKat, I’ve told my hubby the same thing albeit I didn’t know about Indonesia. Like you, I’ll hoping it is a milder vaccine without the terrible side effects we on this forum are suffering. I just have the impression that the Pfizer and Moderna were rushed through and docs in the States don’t want to even hint at the possibility our symptoms could be related. I know my ENT and neurologist won’t touch the association between my symptoms since the second vaccine. Lets keep our fingers crossed and hope we all make a full recovery and that a new vaccine will not cause the chaotic symptoms the mNRA vaccines have. 


   
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Hi everyone. It's been a little while since I posted so I wanted to give an update on how the past few months went.

Much better than the first few months. I was struggling to get a job so naturally I was very stressed. This weird condition seems to be cyclic in nature where it goes away for a period of time (the intervals seem to increase each time, like it goes away for 2 weeks, then a month, etc) then comes back for a short time, albeit much more mild than the last time. 

Just to be straight forward, I feel much better, but still not the same. I can work with it, but it's still a mystery. I had a week where chest pains popped up. But I also have been smoking weed more heavily. 

Appetite completely sucks. Eating is a chore. Everything tastes either bland or too salty. I have taste but it feels meh. Veggies are the best. Some days, my appetite is totally fine. I think it might be a bit of a habit thing for me as well, but sometimes I struggle to eat even when hungry. Another thing is it's hard to tell what's causing what. 

So yeah, not so bad, but still lingering here and there. I told myself I MIGHT consider a booster only if the symptoms completely go away for a long time. Otherwise, it is what it is. 

 

 


   
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