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@jacquelynsauriol thank you very much!!


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jacquelyn sauriol
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Posted by: @twistedgift

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. 

excellent talk on Spikeopathy here

https://worldcouncilforhealth.org/multimedia/alexandra-henrion-caude-france-spikopathy/

 

Treatment guide for Spikeopathy here

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

 

best


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Heymusky
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Hi all, I made this account just to post about some of my experiences.

I have been reading about 100+ pages of this thread for the past few weeks, having very similar symptons that many of you are experiencing.

These symptoms are very broad and hard to pinpoint what the exact cause is. There is a thing called cybersickness that manifests with looking at screens for too long during the day. It has very similar symptons as what has been posted here, headaches, dizzyness, pressure in the head, etc. I'd suggest doing some research on cybersickness and see if you are experiencing these symptoms. Blue light and too much screen time could cause cybersickness.

At least for me, I have been exposed to so much more blue light since the pandemic started, because I am stuck working at home all day in meetings, then watch Netflix at night because of social distancing. This has added so much more strain onto my eyes than I am used to.

The only time I started to get relief is when I bought a pair of Blue Light Filter Glasses. I have been using these when I work or when I'm looking at a phone/screen. This has helped my headaches and dizzyness like no other, nothing else was working.

These glasses are the only thing that helped for me.

I can't say this will help you, as I am not a doctor, but reducing stress on your eyes can't hurt when we are looking at screens more than ever these days.

If this helps just 1 person, then I will be happy. And my time posting will be worth it.

I hope everyone starts feeling better, time heals. Please take care of yourself, eat healthy/exercise get daily sunlight. Small changes in the short term could make a big difference in the long term.

Kyle,



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279janka
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@bowie It took mi around 3 months to fully recover. I had the worst vertigo episodes during night when I was rolling in the bed. I had to sleep in sitting position. I could not make sudden movements. When I woke up during night I was not able to fall asleep again. But during the day it was better. I was able to do things around home. Vertigo started to subside after 1,5 month in my case. 


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Posted by: @scribd

New member and happy to found this forum. But it's also very unnerving to see so many posts...

I had my 2nd dose of Moderna 4 days ago. My symptoms started 2 days ago. I had a feeling of vertigo waking up from the bed. The rest of the day was fine. In the evening I tried doing Pilates and it got a lot worse. Next day woke up dizzy as well. I never had these kinds of issues before as an active person in early 30ies.

Will keep checking how it goes. Made an appointment for the end of week with an ENT. In the meantime I have a lot of reading to do I guess...

 

So, this was my first and only post in the place. Around 2 weeks mark, the vertigo fade away on its own. A lot of resting and healthy eating. However, I still have some balance issues when I close my eyes from time to time. Its weird, nothing scary, but for sure wasn't a thing before.

I am curious if anyone living in Europe has any info on actually getting exemption from getting a booster? I am not sure if I want to go through this again, or end up with something even more serious/permenant. It's so interesting that everyone in the health industry seem to downplay all our experiences with side effects.


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@needanswersplease
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@kimm I’ve been experiencing the same symptoms! Did yours ever get better?


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Posted by: @jkro
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. 

There was also the 12-year-old girl named Maddie in Ohio who was in the trials.  Perfectly healthy before, suffered horrific effects and now must use a wheelchair.


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Jessie
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Posted by: @isismadec
Posted by: @jkro
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. 

There was also the 12-year-old girl named Maddie in Ohio who was in the trials.  Perfectly healthy before, suffered horrific effects and now must use a wheelchair.

How aweful. I just looked at my neurology note and sure enough I see red because he labeled me with functional neurological disorder. I’m so angry! These docs are useless and lazy. There is articles coming out all the time about different neurological issues people have post vaccination. United States docs are lazy. Sorry to anyone reading this if you are a doc but the ones I have seen don’t do their research. I will be seeing this doc tomorrow and will be bringing in articles myself. I’m so frustrated with all of this. 


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Posted by: @angads

Does anyone feel like their joints are weaker? All my joints make way more popping sounds than they ever did before, even twisting my wrist makes it go crack and pop. Almost every joint has been doing this for the past 2-3 months. I also get sharp pains over my entire body at times. Makes me go crazy because all these symptoms seem to come and go every week. For two-three days I am completely fine and then they return

Oh dear...that doesn't sound good...I believe someone else on this forum was complaining about joints making popping sounds as well...


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Posted by: @sickofthis

What is everyone’s experience with steroids? Has anyone had any relief? I tried them and had some mild relief, but of course my symptoms came back. Debating about trying to get more.

I am on a low dose of prednisone 5mg...have been now for almost 2 mos...can't really say if they are helping as I am now, after 7 months, started to get really dizzy...this is another new symptom...


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Jason Hendrick
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@twistedgift That is not similar.

 

NasalCrom is Cromolyn Sodium. You may be able to find a formulator of it, or order it from overseas as it is OTC in most countries.

 

Cromolyn is a power non-steroidal anti-inflammatory and mast cell stabilizer with near miraculous properties against a wide variety of issues relating to inflammation, histamine reactions, and mast cell degranulation events. I keep several bottles here on-hand for any potential COVID flareups or spike protein infestations from shedders.


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Jason Hendrick
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@heymusky Interesting regarding blue light.

I know in my wife's post vaccine issues, we found that LED bulbs in the house seemed exacerbated her issues.

Then I read studies where they proved within 10 minutes of LED Bulb exposure MOST people have headache, eye, or mini-headache issues.

 

I replaced all of the bulbs in the house with old school full spectrum bulbs and we all felt a little better.

Also we use F.Lux on our computers, blue light filter mode on phone/tablets, and our backgrounds are all set to MegaPhotos.

http://www.megaphotons.com/

We believe this all helped quite a bit!

 


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twistedgift
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@plandistry thank you so much for clarifying! I can’t seem to find a nasal spray but I did find this, do you think it would do in a pinch?

 

https://www.chemistwarehouse.com.au/buy/74135/cromo-fresh-20mg-ml10ml


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Angad Singh
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Posted by: @gingerjones
Posted by: @angads

Does anyone feel like their joints are weaker? All my joints make way more popping sounds than they ever did before, even twisting my wrist makes it go crack and pop. Almost every joint has been doing this for the past 2-3 months. I also get sharp pains over my entire body at times. Makes me go crazy because all these symptoms seem to come and go every week. For two-three days I am completely fine and then they return

Oh dear...that doesn't sound good...I believe someone else on this forum was complaining about joints making popping sounds as well...

😥 Should I be worried since this is one symptom that I've never seen mentioned. I don't really experience any pain in my joints but the popping sounds are always there. I think this too is a consequence of the inflammatory response


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Posted by: @jacquelynsauriol
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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!!

I agree, it seems like the best way to get Covid is to first get vaccinated or boosted.  Science is backing this up now.

Hard to come here and see folks asking if they should get that 2nd shot or booster....I want to scream but instead I try to use logic and kind words. Failure of  99% of news outlets to filter truth.  I hear Biden has a cold-hmmmm.

I don't think there's any good way to get Covid! I count myself fortunate to have largely recovered from becoming injured by getting a Moderna Covid vaccine, but I'm convinced that more Covid vaccination isn't for me. For anyone asking, I can't recommend even risking a first dose. So, I'll keep masking up and making reasonable attempts to avoid exposure. I hope for recovery of all of us that have become vaccine-injured and pray for this pandemic to eventually become a distant event in our rearview mirrors. 😏🙏


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