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Sassafras
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Posted by: @jkro

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC8492001/

article explaining neuropsychosis post Pfizer. Interesting read 

"Adverse effects such as tiredness, headache, muscle pain, chills, fever, and nausea were defined by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC); nonetheless, other adverse effects are continuously being reported in individual patients..."

As we well know...

We're risking (and suffering) all these vaccine injuries...

And then I get a call from a close relative, Pfizer double-vaxxed - and another relative, J&J vaxxed, that nonetheless, they've come down with Covid... What a riotous mess!!


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Hi everyone,

 

I came to give an update. My some of symptoms came back yesterday. I woke up in the morning and the room was moving again. I felt nauseous in and out all day. I quickly went to have a rapid test and a PCR test. My rapid test was negative but I’m waiting on the PCR. 

i also asked for an antibody test to see if I even still have any from my first and only dose back in February, of the Pfizer vaccine. I went to a neurologist who is now sending me for labs, a special ophthalmologist visit, and a MRI. She suspects it’s benign myasthenia graves. She said it looked like my eyes were dropping. Did some type of neurological test and found that I was slightly week in terms of movement. I told her the last time I ever had this was following the vaccine. I haven’t been sleep properly. Waking up at all hours…like right now at 1:48am.

She kept telling me I’ve probably always had it. But my father took the vaccine the same day I did and became entirely weak on one side of his body. He got better though, but also decided to stick with one dose. He’s 75 and I’m 33. We have both never had such things. Im trying to stay calm. 


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Moderna Distressed College Student
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Hey y’all! 

I haven’t posted on here in a while, but I just wanted to give a little update. I am now 5 months post first Moderna Vax and I can say I am doing a lot better than I was. Currently, my most prominent symptoms are buzzing feeling, muscle jerking, cramping in arms/legs and hands, belching and gas, eye floaters/blurry vision. I also have tinnitus (which I had pre Vax) but sometimes it is louder than other times. So far, I have seen 2 primary care physicians, and a neurologist. All tests came back fine. I will say, I feel much better and closer to normal than I have felt in a long time. These lingering symptoms can be frustrating. But for the most part, I can get along doing everything I have done prior to this foolishness. Anyways, I have not been on any special diets. Foods do not appear to be a trigger. Alcohol however is a very big trigger, feel bad pretty much anytime I drink it so I will put off on that for foreseeable future. Exercise does help me feel better, so I recommend just doing 30 minutes outside or whatever you’re able to. It gave me more energy than just being in the house doing day to day things. I also have been drinking a lot of Body Armor lately (has electrolytes, potassium, and magnesium). It pretty much got rid of the buzzing feeling completely I believe because the couple days I haven’t drank it, the feeling came back. So, I will continue drinking it and follow up with that. Overall, I feel I might be on the longer end of recovery due to the Moderna Vax having SO much vaccine in one jab! It feels like recovery is more possible than ever. I’ve come a long way, so please hang in there if you’re still in the middle of this! I believe we will get help soon. Also, I just received an exemption letter from my primary physician, she agrees that the symptoms are most likely vaccine induced (even tho we all knew this, but it seems more physicians are starting to recognize an issue). So, I will be able to schedule classes for next semester and finish school. 🙂 Next semester should be a bit easier since I am on the mend. No second shot or booster for me! I refuse until they acknowledge the issues with this first vaccine. 

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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. 

Did you take beta blockers in the day or night or both times?

If I take beta blockers, I feel better in the day but at night, it continues and vice versa. I'm confused. 

I stopped the medication but I am notbsure if I am doing the right thing.


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Posted by: @lynner

@mauleb Hello, I too am experiencing profuse sweating after even just walking since Az shot in March, along with lots of other symptoms I posted here, yes the racing heart is a problem too, my dr prescribed beta blockers for it, not sure how they are doing yet, only been on them 2 weeks. Have to contact drs again after one month. Anyone else been prescribed beta blockers and did they help.  Only problem with them though it aggravates the dry eyes I have.

Did the beta blockers work for you?


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@jess7 Hi Jess, just wanted to say that I have been diagnosed with Convergence Excess too.

After my second Moderna shot I developed tingling and burning sensations, which were followed vertigo and blurred vision 2 months after my shot. My neurologist sent me to MRI brain scan to exclude MS, it was clean. The only diagnose that was confirmed so far was Convergence Excess, which I never had experienced before. I do eye excercises daily and it got much better as well as tingling and vertigo problems but it still appears from time to time.

Wishing you and all good luck. Let´s stay strong ♡


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Rainyday
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@plandistry

Thank you for all of this information!

I, too, suspect possible MCAS or MCAD as the partial cause of many of my (and others) symptoms. What clued me in me was how quickly Flonase eliminated the pressure in the back of my head and the resulting brain fog. As I've written before, this is by far the worst (and most worrisome) symptom I experience. I'm eager to try Nasalcrom to see if it helps further.

I agree that when the damage these vaccines have caused is made public, the liability protection these manufacturers have put in place will be of little help. As I wrote in an earlier post, the simple fact that public health officials are aware that these vaccines are causing adverse effects but are purposefully and knowingly withholding that information from the public is grounds enough to be sued. 

I'm also curious as to how people will react when they realize public health officials were lying and obscuring vital information about the vaccines and the damage they cause. Millions have been vaccinated. If they discover that's what in their bodies can cause harm, but were continuously lied to saying it's "safe", there's going to be widespread panic - which will cause widespread strife.


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@lmkk I can completely relate to odd symptoms/sensations becoming "normal" - whereas, in the past, they would have been terrifying!

Yesterday, the entire left side of my body felt as if it was vibrating while I was at work. If this had been six months ago, I would have been alarmed and I would have called my provider right away. But after eight weeks of burning, vibrating, twitching, pressure - I was like, "Oh, well. Another symptom to add to the list!"

I've found dairy triggers flare-ups for me - which is strange, because I've never had a sensitivity to it. I was a vegetarian prior to this, but these symptoms have forced me to become vegan! 


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@ally65t 

You say that you are still not well and will never be the same. Is that because of your vestibular neuritis in 2018? Or because of the covid vaccine stirring things up? So sorry to hear you are suffering through this as well. 


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@sara90 Your doctor, by contrast, needs to spend more time online and research what is actually happening to people. It IS absurd for a cardiologist to suggest you take the second dose after pericarditis. I mean, seriously? I'm aghast these people have doctorates. 

There was a woman who came to my workplace - shortly after the vaccines began being administered - who developed pericarditis after the first injection. She was wearing a heart monitor and had been "cleared" by her cardiologist to receive the second dose. She said, "I hope it doesn't happen again!" I was floored that anyone would attempt a second dose after that experience - but even more floored that a reputable cardiologist would sign off on it! 


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Posted by: @jkro

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC8492001/

article explaining neuropsychosis post Pfizer. Interesting read 

trigger neuropsychiatric symptoms via thiamine deficiency

Yes, I had been researching thiamine deficiency with these shots and came across this article. I have been reading up on thiamine and oxalate. This is because there is a doctor in Los Angeles treating people like us who is known for treating people with floroquinoline toxicity and those people seem to have the same symptoms that I do. So I started researching that too and found they talk of thiamine and oxalate. Have you looked into this?


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@plandistry

Thank you for all of this information!

I, too, suspect possible MCAS or MCAD as the partial cause of many of my (and others) symptoms. What clued me in me was how quickly Flonase eliminated the pressure in the back of my head and the resulting brain fog. As I've written before, this is by far the worst (and most worrisome) symptom I experience. I'm eager to try Nasalcrom to see if it helps further.

I agree that when the damage these vaccines have caused is made public, the liability protection these manufacturers have put in place will be of little help. As I wrote in an earlier post, the simple fact that public health officials are aware that these vaccines are causing adverse effects but are purposefully and knowingly withholding that information from the public is grounds enough to be sued. 

I'm also curious as to how people will react when they realize public health officials were lying and obscuring vital information about the vaccines and the damage they cause. Millions have been vaccinated. If they discover that's what in their bodies can cause harm, but were continuously lied to saying it's "safe", there's going to be widespread panic - which will cause widespread strife.

I too wondered about mast cell issues. Is there any way to treat it vs just treating symptoms all the time if that makes sense?


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@larag thanks a lot for your post. It has really helped reading through it.

I had and still have but less strong all your symptoms after 4 months post 1st shot of Moderna. I haven't had 2nd one, advised by my docs aswell and won't get any again. I am 32 year old women from Spain who I've seen my body going to shit for 2 months: panick attacks, muscle twiching, fatigue, shooting and pressure headaches, brain fog, insomnia, palpitations for more than 2 months and very unsocial because of all. Today after 4 months I feel better but still fatigue after doing sport, I climb so before I always had loads of energy after climbing and now I have like sports hangover. Twiching in my eyelid comes and goes, and headache and brain fog also come and go. But I can see the light at the end of the tunnel specially with posts like your one. We will get better and stronger from this. As a women I also notice my fatigue and brainfog increase during my run up to my menstrual cycle and post a long work day or exersise.  I also feel worse when having sugar or alcohol and I am trying now a low histamine diet and non gluten diet as I heart it helps reducing inflamation.


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Posted by: @jkro
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https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC8492001/

article explaining neuropsychosis post Pfizer. Interesting read 

trigger neuropsychiatric symptoms via thiamine deficiency

Yes, I had been researching thiamine deficiency with these shots and came across this article. I have been reading up on thiamine and oxalate. This is because there is a doctor in Los Angeles treating people like us who is known for treating people with floroquinoline toxicity and those people seem to have the same symptoms that I do. So I started researching that too and found they talk of thiamine and oxalate. Have you looked into this?

How much B1 and how much oxalate?


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@deedee So I want to give you some info from my past experience with chronic dizziness and a toxic reaction to the antibiotic “cipro”.  This may relate to what some of us are going through as far as long haul vaccine reactions.  By the way….word of warning for those that want to listen;  cipro is in an antibiotic class called Fluoroquinolones. There are a handful of very common antibiotics in that class including Levaquin and Avelox. They all can be very dangerous to some people and cause massive cellular damage that can even be permanent. (for more info google Fluoroquinolone toxicity)  Anyway, how my recovery experience relates to the vaccine reaction.  Ten years ago I experienced chronic dizziness(which they found no trigger for) took me about 5 years to slowly get mostly better.  It was some kind of neurological issue in my brain but did get better “slowly”. Now to my cipro reaction which I think relates more to the vaccine injury. I had many many symptoms from that reaction but it did include light headed, head pressure, ear fullness, dry eyes, tinnitus, brain fog and the big symptom “dizziness”. It was a long journey to mostly heal from the toxicity (2-3 years). But part of my experience from going through that journey is that healing is not linear. I would have good days and bad days and many relapses.  It is just how our body recovers and heals. So my message is not to get discouraged with relapses. It is a normal process in healing. I’m pretty sure these vaccines are not even close to as toxic as Fluoroquinolones so hopefully the healing time will be much shorter.   From what I have read on this forum it is usually 3-6 months(give or take) for these vaccine reactions to improve. Please hang in there because I do believe we will all get there in our own time frame and if we are having good days and bad days along with ups and downs then I believe our body is healing. After my cipro reaction and the absolute hell I went through to recover in 2-3 years I have kind of already walked through a long healing journey that is feeling familiar with this vax reaction!  We will all get there!  Keep the faith!  Our bodies have amazing ability to heal and recover!!!

Thank you so much for sharing your story...You are one Incredibly strong person...Your story gives me hope!!

So I stumbled upon this post even though I’m a member of this forum I hadn’t read this until I myself started putting the puzzle together that “floxed” people have the same symptoms as me after the covid shot. I had been looking into a doc in California who treats these vaccine injuries but treats “floxed” people too. I had a bad reaction to levoquin years ago so I’m thinking it’s the same now. Was it you that had the cipro issue? How are you now? I have read thiamine and oxalate can be a factor? 


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