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Jessie
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@279janka Also did your symptoms come and go prior to recovery 


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I should add, about the chickens, I do just eat them in general, and it's the carcass and bones and such that I make into broth.  I did not mean to recommend you just make broth from a whole chicken, because that is kinda more wasteful when you could get say 2 different kinds of meals from it...mmmm


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@jkro it is  interesting

I wonder what drugs he treats post-vaccination complications and this is probably an expensive treatment

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Posted by: @roger777

My son is 15 years old. Had 2nd pfizer shot sept 2nd. Approx 6 weeks after he started getting bad head aches. He also got  dizzieness when standing or walking . Fatigue is worst during the morning.  Been to 4 different hospitals, ent and neurologist and no one knows whats going on and they all say it isnt related to vaccine. 3 mri and 1 ct scan of brain all negative. mri of spine also negative. All bloodwork negative (13 vials last week) It has been 7 weeks since symptoms started and they have been getting worse every week. He cant even stand without rocking and needs help walking around the house. Very, very unsteady on his feet. Looks like someone that is very inebriated .  He has been in a childrens hospital for the last 4 days. Just did LP (spinal tap) to check for any diseases or infections. Nuerologist said they may not have any answers for us but i still think this is somehow related to vaccine. My son has a compromised immune system. As a child had asthma and always got sick. Whatever went around he seemed to catch. Dengue fever, salmanilla poisoning, mono ect. Would take several weeks to get over the flu. This is the reason we got him vaccinated in the first place. He is a strong kid who is active and plays sports. Anyone else have these symptoms start several weeks after 2nd shot? 

I see your son has had mononucleosis. Have they thought it was a reactivation of the Epstein Barr Virus which is what causes mono? We are all grasping at straws here. I have a 15 year old son too. He just went back to school today from being positive with covid. Ironically, he broke his arm sept 1 or we were thinking about getting him a covid shot with me or sept 3. I’m sorry this has happened to your son. I’m really praying for him to get better. 


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Posted by: @myadan

@ethan318 where are you located? I know a doctor that will prescribe that for you. You need more prednisone. I did 500 mg total. The most important idea is to get enough prednisone to get rid of the inflammation aggressively before things get worse. what you took is not enough. Text me to 832-638-5091. I want to help anyone who can benefit from this. I was fortunate to find a doctor who is willing to step out and say what other doctors won’t. That this is because of vaccine. I went through sooo many doctors who claimed that I was fine and blamed it on anxiety. Big bullshit. I live in Houston. Let me know if I can help 

Hi there. I hope you will see this... but did this also help any other symptoms? I have been battling for almost 4 months and was on a low dose which helped only slightly in the first month. I'm also experiencing nerve pain etc 


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RosieDragonfly
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Started to feel dizzy almost immediately after first pfizer shot and then for two full days after. Dizziness continued on and off and after second dose as well. Two months later and I am still having very bad dizzy spells. worse if I lie down so just have to sit up and ride it out. It has been so bad sometimes if I am driving I have had to pull over and wait it out till it passes, can be up to half an hour. Doctors dismiss it and say it will go away. i just hope they are right.


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chels8957
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Hi everyone,

I posted here back in early April, after having similar symptoms to all of you after getting the vaccine. I was at this page when it was about 70, now it is at 800 pages...I am 27 yrs old, got the J&J on March 11th. I had normal flu like symptoms for a few days, then had severe vestibular issues (vertigo and eye sight problems - one of my eyes couldn't catch up with the other, so I was constantly dizzy). I also had a neuropathic reaction to botox (I get botox for TMJ in my jaw) and more migraines, nerve pain at neck of head, tinnitus, pressure in my face, etc. I couldn't drive, couldn't work and definitely felt depressed. I wanted to check back in here once more to provide updates and share everything I did.

- ER twice in March - sent me home, could not determine what was problem

- Full blood work - everything normal

- MRI - normal

- Steroid pack (prednisone) for botox reaction - helped slightly, symptoms fully went away after about 2 months

- Vestibular chiropractor - balance exercises, etc - didn't really help

- Visits to neurologist, PCP, regular chiropractor, etc - no one had any answers or experience with this type of reaction (this was very early into vaccines as I got it in March 2021)

- Contacted VAERS several times - no response

The reason I wanted to post again is that I want to ensure that these reactions and symptoms are being documented - research and testing needs to be done so that we can find out what is causing this. I have talked to many doctors and submitted many reaction reports and nothing has been done. Also, a lot of people I spoke with chalked my symptoms up to anxiety - although I also have that - I know that this is different. But doctors still dont have the answers to say what that is.

Second, my symptoms all subsided at the 4 month mark. Please stay positive and remind yourself that it will likely improve over time. Taking vitamins, working out, and eating vegan as much as possible helped me.

Now, over 9 months later, I chose to get the booster. I know it may sound extreme given everything I went through (and probably $8K) I still feel like potentially ending up in the hospital from getting covid is worse than this. I got the booster (chose to go with Pfizer this time) a few days ago and am fine so far. Please stay positive and remember this will improve but also please document your symptoms so that more research can be conducted for us. If anyone has seen research or trials out there being conducted on these reactions, please send to me.

Best,

Chels

 


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279janka
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@jkro My first dose of vaccine was on 19th of May. And I feel fine since September. In my case it took around 3 months. I did not take any medication just liposomal gluthatione, quercetin, vitamin C, zinc and vitamin D. 


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Jessie
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Posted by: @chels8957

Hi everyone,

I posted here back in early April, after having similar symptoms to all of you after getting the vaccine. I was at this page when it was about 70, now it is at 800 pages...I am 27 yrs old, got the J&J on March 11th. I had normal flu like symptoms for a few days, then had severe vestibular issues (vertigo and eye sight problems - one of my eyes couldn't catch up with the other, so I was constantly dizzy). I also had a neuropathic reaction to botox (I get botox for TMJ in my jaw) and more migraines, nerve pain at neck of head, tinnitus, pressure in my face, etc. I couldn't drive, couldn't work and definitely felt depressed. I wanted to check back in here once more to provide updates and share everything I did.

- ER twice in March - sent me home, could not determine what was problem

- Full blood work - everything normal

- MRI - normal

- Steroid pack (prednisone) for botox reaction - helped slightly, symptoms fully went away after about 2 months

- Vestibular chiropractor - balance exercises, etc - didn't really help

- Visits to neurologist, PCP, regular chiropractor, etc - no one had any answers or experience with this type of reaction (this was very early into vaccines as I got it in March 2021)

- Contacted VAERS several times - no response

The reason I wanted to post again is that I want to ensure that these reactions and symptoms are being documented - research and testing needs to be done so that we can find out what is causing this. I have talked to many doctors and submitted many reaction reports and nothing has been done. Also, a lot of people I spoke with chalked my symptoms up to anxiety - although I also have that - I know that this is different. But doctors still dont have the answers to say what that is.

Second, my symptoms all subsided at the 4 month mark. Please stay positive and remind yourself that it will likely improve over time. Taking vitamins, working out, and eating vegan as much as possible helped me.

Now, over 9 months later, I chose to get the booster. I know it may sound extreme given everything I went through (and probably $8K) I still feel like potentially ending up in the hospital from getting covid is worse than this. I got the booster (chose to go with Pfizer this time) a few days ago and am fine so far. Please stay positive and remember this will improve but also please document your symptoms so that more research can be conducted for us. If anyone has seen research or trials out there being conducted on these reactions, please send to me.

Best,

Chels

 

Thanks for the update. Did you feel worse before the 4 month mark of feeling better? I was feeling better and then just got through one of the biggest relapses. I am 14 weeks from first Pfizer this Friday. I’d like to get past this. Brave of you to get another shot. No judgement, I just don’t think I can do it again. I’m afraid it will kill me. 


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chels8957
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@jkro No, I would go through phases of it being bad and then fine again, at the 4 month mark it all completely subsided. And I understand, I just pray that it doesn't happen again and maybe different because I switched vaccines. Did you send in a VAERS report? 


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279janka
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@jkro Yes, there were days when I felt fine, I thought that it finally went away but then I relapsed. It repeated couple of times but symptom were weaker over time and time without symptoms was longer. One of the last symptoms that persisted were heart palpitations during night. 


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@hisrichess yes, I have had slight tingling/numbness in my left hand randomly. It tends to last a few minutes and goes away, I got both shots in my left arm. I also get a tight feeling in my neck and throat almost like it’s hard to swallow sometimes, it comes and goes as well. Pressure in my ears that makes it hard to pop them when I try yawning or swallowing, then other days my ears pop easily and I don’t feel pressure. My blurry vision is getting better each day though which I am happy about. I also think my brain fog is coming and going as well. It disappears when I don’t think about it too much but then if I’m at work and my symptoms start up again, the brain fog comes back. It seems to just be my immune system reaction turning on and off at this point lol it’s weird. Things that have helped me feel better are EmergenC powder in my bottle of water daily, Vitamin D gummies, Magnesium supplements, B12 tincture, lots of sleep, sitting outside in the sun for natural Vitamin D, meditating or going for walks when I feel anxious/disassociated. I’m really just trying to stay positive and give my body time. I try to think about my symptoms less often and it seems to help because stress also exacerbates my symptoms. Hope this helps!


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Jessie
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Posted by: @chels8957

@jkro No, I would go through phases of it being bad and then fine again, at the 4 month mark it all completely subsided. And I understand, I just pray that it doesn't happen again and maybe different because I switched vaccines. Did you send in a VAERS report? 

Yes, did a VAERS in the very beginning. I also have been followed by V safe 


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@sickofthis I did a 9 day course of steriods.  My vision got slightly worse on them, but the symptoms of vertigo went away.  I was feeling really excited about that.  Within a week of quitting them my vision went back to normal and I had a few really good days (like how I felt before the vaccine), but over the next week the symptoms slowly returned, so it was just due to the inflammation being stopped by the steroids.


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Jessie
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Posted by: @jaytune

@hisrichess yes, I have had slight tingling/numbness in my left hand randomly. It tends to last a few minutes and goes away, I got both shots in my left arm. I also get a tight feeling in my neck and throat almost like it’s hard to swallow sometimes, it comes and goes as well. Pressure in my ears that makes it hard to pop them when I try yawning or swallowing, then other days my ears pop easily and I don’t feel pressure. My blurry vision is getting better each day though which I am happy about. I also think my brain fog is coming and going as well. It disappears when I don’t think about it too much but then if I’m at work and my symptoms start up again, the brain fog comes back. It seems to just be my immune system reaction turning on and off at this point lol it’s weird. Things that have helped me feel better are EmergenC powder in my bottle of water daily, Vitamin D gummies, Magnesium supplements, B12 tincture, lots of sleep, sitting outside in the sun for natural Vitamin D, meditating or going for walks when I feel anxious/disassociated. I’m really just trying to stay positive and give my body time. I try to think about my symptoms less often and it seems to help because stress also exacerbates my symptoms. Hope this helps!

This sounds just like me. Are you recovered now? 


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