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altennyson
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@ally65t I actually did have a test, it's called a Caloric Reflux Test.  It showed there was a 25% degradation of the right side of my vestibular response.


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sickofthis
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Posted by: @tennyson77

@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.

That is almost exactly what happened to me. I took them and shortly after all my symptoms went away for about a week. Then of course after that week they all came back. Maybe this does suggest that this is caused by inflammation somewhere in the brain (vestibular neuritis or something). Maybe longer term steroids would help? Just a thought.


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jaytune
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@sickofthis I understand how you feel. I was down in the trenches trying to punish myself for getting this vaccine when my symptoms were at their worst. I was often depressed and cried that my life has been completely altered because of a choice I made in which I thought was the right thing at the time. I know it seems never ending and everybody’s healing process will most definitely be different but I can assure that if your body was once normal before, it will do anything it can to be normal again. If people can heal from life threatening illnesses, I believe we can heal from a vaccine injury. I try to think about all of the people who have had Covid and have not been able to make it home to their families so I am grateful God has kept me alive throughout this pandemic, even if this vaccine has deliberately changed my life temporarily. I keep a journal and write about my daily progress and also the days where I feel like I’m back at square one. I hope to look back at this one day and read it with confidence. If you don’t have a support system at home, please know that everybody here is basically that. We are all on the same boat just trying to come out of this. Keep faith in your body and mind because it’s so important that you believe there will be light at the end of the tunnel. There will be better days and there will be terrible days, but trust your body that it’s doing the best it can! I’m hoping the more we hear about the adverse effects of the vaccine, the more research will be done to get to the bottom of this. 


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twistedgift
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@hisrichess Awesome! I’ll start working on it in my “good” hours, at least discord is really easy to navigate and have all the information sorted which I think is a great thing in this instance. It might take some getting used to for those unfamiliar but it’s relatively straight forward 🙂


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sickofthis
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@sickofthis I understand how you feel. I was down in the trenches trying to punish myself for getting this vaccine when my symptoms were at their worst. I was often depressed and cried that my life has been completely altered because of a choice I made in which I thought was the right thing at the time. I know it seems never ending and everybody’s healing process will most definitely be different but I can assure that if your body was once normal before, it will do anything it can to be normal again. If people can heal from life threatening illnesses, I believe we can heal from a vaccine injury. I try to think about all of the people who have had Covid and have not been able to make it home to their families so I am grateful God has kept me alive throughout this pandemic, even if this vaccine has deliberately changed my life temporarily. I keep a journal and write about my daily progress and also the days where I feel like I’m back at square one. I hope to look back at this one day and read it with confidence. If you don’t have a support system at home, please know that everybody here is basically that. We are all on the same boat just trying to come out of this. Keep faith in your body and mind because it’s so important that you believe there will be light at the end of the tunnel. There will be better days and there will be terrible days, but trust your body that it’s doing the best it can! I’m hoping the more we hear about the adverse effects of the vaccine, the more research will be done to get to the bottom of this. 

This is exactly what I needed to hear. I cant thank you enough for your kind and thoughtful response. 


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jaytune
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@jkro I am happy to say for now, I am feeling better each day. There are some times where my symptoms hit me hard but I try to stay calm and relax and know it will pass. Like everybody else, I tend to have relapses of different symptoms each day but I can feel my body slowly started to come out of the worst of it. I know it will take time and I have patience. I don’t want to rush my healing and I am giving my body as much time as it needs. I’m staying faithful to my vitamins and trying to keep a good diet and taking care of my mental health because it has been a hard few months. How have you been feeling? 


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jaytune
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@sickofthis It’s my pleasure! I’m happy to help in any way I can. If you don’t feel better physically, you can help yourself mentally for now and I hope in the coming days you will start to feel the same progress as many others. We got this!!


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chels8957
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@tennyson77 Where did you get the test done, if you dont mind me asking? Did the doctor say that those results meant something?


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Jessie
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Posted by: @jaytune

@jkro I am happy to say for now, I am feeling better each day. There are some times where my symptoms hit me hard but I try to stay calm and relax and know it will pass. Like everybody else, I tend to have relapses of different symptoms each day but I can feel my body slowly started to come out of the worst of it. I know it will take time and I have patience. I don’t want to rush my healing and I am giving my body as much time as it needs. I’m staying faithful to my vitamins and trying to keep a good diet and taking care of my mental health because it has been a hard few months. How have you been feeling? 

I am having an okay day today. I just came out of a big relapse but before that I went about 10 days with minimal symptoms 


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Jess90
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I don’t know if this would help anyone on here but I follow a Dr on Instagram called Dr Mark Ghalili (@drmarkghalili) who helps people who have been vaccine injured, specifically the Covid vaccines. I think he is based in LA. There are quite a few videos on his page of people he has helped. Hope everyone on here makes a full recovery 


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altennyson
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@chels8957 I had it down at a clinic here in Spain. They shoot hot and cold water into your ears one by one and monitor what your eyes do using computer monitored glasses. They can tell my how your eyes respond how your vestibular system is working. For example hot water simulates a type of movement and the eyes respond to it. The final report said I failed some tests due to spontaneous nystagmus (basically when I close my eyes they don’t stay still and instead start wobbling), and my right side vestibular response was different than the left (so like my brain thinks I am turning when I’m not). Basically it all shows there is an issue. 


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chels8957
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@tennyson77 That is so interesting - I actually had a similar test. I went to a vestibular chiropractor who did all these tests, a few had me wear googles that recorded my eye movements when I looked at a screen with moving images, was moved around in a chair, etc. It showed that my left eye was extremely delayed, causing me to have dizziness, vertigo, more headaches, eye strain, etc. Separately, I had a lot of nerve pain, tinnitus, etc.

Before getting the vaccine, did you have any other health problems? I ask as there must be a commonality between people who have this problem, because not a single other person I know has this issue, and every other person I know is vaccinated (probably 100+ people?). I have previously had nervous system problems like Epstein Barre and Bells Palsy, and before the vaccine I would occasionally get migraines and vertigo. There just has to be a reason why only some people have these problems.


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Jessie
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Posted by: @chels8957

@tennyson77 That is so interesting - I actually had a similar test. I went to a vestibular chiropractor who did all these tests, a few had me wear googles that recorded my eye movements when I looked at a screen with moving images, was moved around in a chair, etc. It showed that my left eye was extremely delayed, causing me to have dizziness, vertigo, more headaches, eye strain, etc. Separately, I had a lot of nerve pain, tinnitus, etc.

Before getting the vaccine, did you have any other health problems? I ask as there must be a commonality between people who have this problem, because not a single other person I know has this issue, and every other person I know is vaccinated (probably 100+ people?). I have previously had nervous system problems like Epstein Barre and Bells Palsy, and before the vaccine I would occasionally get migraines and vertigo. There just has to be a reason why only some people have these problems.

I have a history of migraines, I’ve had EBV but didn’t know it until after the shot as I wanted that tested. I also had some dizziness one year ago but nothing like this. I also failed all of my hearing tests as a kid and had chronic ear infections and tubes in my ears. I also got my tonsils and adenoids removed. My brother also had terrible ears but he did fine with the J and J 


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chels8957
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@jkro Interesting - thanks for sharing! Yeah, I never even knew about EBV until I had deep blood work after my reaction. I wonder if that is partially what this is? And yeah I have a history of migraines too - my vestibular therapist said that many of her patients that were doing better came back in to see her again after getting the vax. Her theory is that the vaccine attacks weaker parts of your system, or that maybe theres just some inflammation in the inner ear. 


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Jessie
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Posted by: @chels8957

@jkro Interesting - thanks for sharing! Yeah, I never even knew about EBV until I had deep blood work after my reaction. I wonder if that is partially what this is? And yeah I have a history of migraines too - my vestibular therapist said that many of her patients that were doing better came back in to see her again after getting the vax. Her theory is that the vaccine attacks weaker parts of your system, or that maybe theres just some inflammation in the inner ear. 

I had that theory too. Or was told by the health department that is attacks your weakest stuff but then why do all of us on here have mostly the same symptoms? It’s crazy 


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