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chels8957
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@jkro yeah :/ it really is...have any of your doctors had any hints? I wonder if there is some covid vaccine trials that study people who have side effects like outs.


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Jessie
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Posted by: @chels8957

@jkro yeah :/ it really is...have any of your doctors had any hints? I wonder if there is some covid vaccine trials that study people who have side effects like outs.

Docs that I’ve seen are worthless. And there were covid vaccine trial people like us. One person from Utah is named brianne and she was paralyzed. Look her up on the internet. They kicked her out of the trial because it was after her first shot and told her she probably had MS. I’m not sure she has recovered. 


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carly
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@mythili i’ve had vision problems for the past 7 months. i’m so depressed and i don’t have the funds to keep going to all these specialists 🙁


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Bowie
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@279janka how long did it take you to feel better?


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altennyson
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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.

Some of this is likely my fault, which is why I’m kicking myself. I had the Johnson and Johnson vaccine in Spain in June, after which I went to Italy and did some hiking for a while. After the hiking I went to Canada for a visit, my first time since before COVID. 

When I got there all the media reports were thad J&J wasn’t very good at protecting against delta. All my friends there were like yah J&J sucks so you should get something better while you can. I had to opportunity to get an mRNA shot in canada, and there was an outbreak of delta in Spain that I was about to return to. I did some research and there had been studies combining the two (J&J first shot, Moderna second for example). So I figured it was worth doing. So I had a moderna shot in canada before returning to Spain, about one month after the original J&J 

As you can tell by me being here, this didn’t work out for me. You can read my previous posts but it started with fainting spells about one week after that second dose and not long after I was in the hospital for low blood pressure and chest pain. 

A couple of interesting things looking back:

1) I remember during that hike in Italy (after J&J) commenting to my friend that my vision seemed different. Like I was seeing but not seeing. I just shrugged it off, but I think that was the start of the vestibular issues. Maybe that would have been the end of it had I not had the second one. 
2) a few hours before my first fainting spell I had taken my blood pressure medication, which is an ACE inhibitor. It could be I was about to have an episode anyways, or that my blood pressure was low due to side effects and the pill kicked it even lower and caused the first episode. But the blood pressure medication was an ACE inhibitor, and COVID also works by attacking the ace2 receptors. So I wondered if maybe it mistook the ace inhibitor for the virus or something and caused a massive immune response. 


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twistedgift
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Just to clarify, there's no specialist or specific test we can run on any of our side effects right? I can't point my doctor in a particular direction? We are just at the mercy of our immune systems until it figures out how to handle the spike protein? I just want to make sure there's nothing extra I could be doing right now. 


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@michalalala hey there, sorry that you’ve had to deal with all of that! I’m glad we’ve both finally got a diagnosis of convergence excess though with our vision. Did you go to vision therapy for the eye exercises? And is your vision back to normal now or are you still having problems? Also just wondering do you work on a computer at all and did you have to take time off? And if you do work on a computer do you have to take more breaks? Thanks in advanced for answering all of the questions and take care! 


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Josephine
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@s-m-a so your story is my story. I'm 10weeks into 2nd jab. Do you experience pressure like fullness in the top of head almost like a throbbed feeling? I also have like a delay when I move my head to when my eyes follow. Very blurry with double vision. Feeling very anxious we may never feel normal again. The unbalance feeling is debilitating leaving me with being unable to work, financially crippling us. My BP appears to be on the low side also, just adding to feeling sick. 


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Michalalala
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@jess7 hey Jess. Well, I was advised to do these eye excercises at home, they are almost identical to eye yoga excercises, which you can google.

I haven’t stopped working on my computer but I do take breaks to look out from window and focusing on long distance objects. And my protocol says to spend as much time outside after work as possible. I must say it really helped to improve my vision quite quickly, it feels really normal again. It happens my vision is very occasionally little different if I am extremely tired but that’s nothing in compare with what it was when it started. I almost felt like I was losing my sight, which was really freaking me out.

After these 6 months I can say I can even have glass of wine or two without any harm, which was a no go 2 or 3 months ago - I would woke up with extreme hangover only after 2 sips from wine. I know alcohol is not the most important thing but my point is that all has improved that much that I can enjoy some wine with friends again, which is really great! 🙂


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Hopeitsover
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@twistedgift there is one test that my specialist suggested I could try that he said was showing results for some people. It's a blood test looking specifically for inflammation markers. I don't know the name of it and I didn't get it, but he did say that a lot of folks in our boats were showing positive on the test when all other tests were normal. You may want to ask. 


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Hopeitsover
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@josephine I am so sorry you are going through this. Yes. I experienced fullness in my head. All over. Especially ears, nose, and behind the eyes. The dizzy spells were the worst, but there was a lot going on. I had the pressure behind the eyes and blurry vision. My vision is better but not the great vision I had before and my eyes get tired easily. It took three months and two weeks for me. Everyone is different. I was lucky that my boss understood and I was able to work with frequent breaks and I could talk to her about what was happening and how I felt. Try ice packs. On the head, like a headband, and the neck and shoulders.I feel like I had severe inflammation in my head. Like encephalitis maybe? It was bad. Ice packs and neck massager helped a lot. I was almost constantly panicked but I eventually realized it didn't help and it was also a side effect. I think the shot caused it. Not unwarranted, just much more anxiety than I would have normally felt given the facts, which are you feel like crap, but you're still alive and likely will be. Most of us recover and feel better, it just takes time. This is real and you are not crazy. You will get better. Repeat this and breath. The anxiety really is a sneaky little symptom. I promise I never thought my dizzy spells would break. And the doctors offered no help. I didn't have any hope except this forum. It's why I keep coming back and answering you guys as best as I can. I know how it feels and it is terrifying. You're going to get better. You will. Breathe. I know it sucks. It's been since the first week or so of August since I've had a dizzy spell. So at this point, I've been better the same amount of time I was sick for. Roughly. Hope this helps. 


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 I have blurry vision in right eye and voach offers me glasses, but my examination is not over yet. I need to do a CT scan of the eye. I also have 5 months of pain at the injection site, I also have muscle tremors, especially when the muscles are tense, they shake. The legs, arms, and head experience tremors. Who has the symptoms that I have! write me! I don’t know how to treat it, I don’t have money for private clinics

 


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Bowie
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@s-m-a are you completely cured?:)


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Hopeitsover
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@bowie yeah. My eyes get tired easier and I have to wear my glasses for more than reading but no dizzy spells. No roaming numbness. No palpitations. A couple of headaches but not super severe migraines so they probably aren't related. No ear fullness. I do still feel fullness in my nose and behind my eyes every now and then. I believe that lingers but it isn't constant. My muscle rigidness in my neck and shoulders is not even close to what it was, but I do feel like it gets sore easier, but not the solid steel rigid it was, and neck massager helps with that a lot. I don't have to use it daily like I did and for hours. I would say I'm recovered. I would tell you if I wasn't and if I even get a feeling like I am relapsing, I'm letting you guys know right away. I don't think I have had a relapse yet, but I do know it can happen. People on this forum have said it has happened to them and I believe them. I haven't had one though. Since first week in August. From the start of my dizzy spells till they ended, there was only one day in between when I wasn't dizzy. But I was again the next day, but it was close to the day that the dizzy spells ended and they ended with a sever migraine. The worst one I have ever had. It lasted two days and my temples were actually sore after. But I wasn't dizzy after and haven't been since. If it helps anyone. 


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jacquelyn sauriol
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@elena1690 Simple things you can do....easy food adaptogens....(immune enhancers)

Tulsi Basil tea, Fresh ginger tea (cut up ginger, simmer in water) (dried ginger wont do it),

Cordyceps (mushroom) tea...help the body adapt.  Real licorice root tea...

If you can afford also some honey and milk....

There is even a Spike Protein Detox guide on the World Council for Health site here-many things you can do, even a few..

https://worldcouncilforhealth.org/resources/spike-protein-detox-guide/

Download a new one, I also attached one but it is updated almost daily as new treatments

are found.  Best and glad to answer other questions if I can...

 

 


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