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(@fueko28)
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Posted by: @fueko28

Just registered to add my experience. I had the Pfizer vaccine a little over a month ago. After 6 days I woke up with vertigo symptoms - when I was lying in bed and tilting my head to one side the room spun around for about 5 seconds. The Epley maneuver consistently triggered it. I didn't do anything about it and just waited it out as it did not affect my daily life too much, and I was careful not to trigger it in dangerous situations. This went on for 9 days, after which it suddenly reduced in intensity by 90%. I had some residual symptoms by 3 weeks, so I delayed my second dose to the maximum accepted in my country (40 days). By that time I only had some slight dizziness occur when turning my head quickly.

I had the second shot in the other arm on the 13th and today (9 days later) woke up to the exact same symptoms. I did the test to see on which side the problem is, and it's on the same side as the arm I got the vaccine in. Not sure if it's coincidence or if it has some connection.

I will edit this post to add details in the future, but just wanted to reiterate that the first symptoms went away suddenly, and not gradually - so don't be alarmed if the vertigo doesn't seem to improve over time, it could be that one day you wake up and it's gone.

What annoys me though is the doctor's attitudes, that if something happens after 2-3 days, then they say it's definitely not from the vaccine, and refuse to do anything...

A small update - the second time around the symptoms persisted for about 2 months before disappearing. I still have slight dizziness when I tilt my head quickly down and to the side.

I entered the side effects and my vaccination details on the Pfizer COVID vaccine side effects page, and I recommend others do the same: https://www.pfizersafetyreporting.com/

Also there appears to be some literature appearing about these inner ear symptoms after the vaccine, which is encouraging.

With the new variant coming, my doctor recommends that I do take the 3rd dose, I'll post an update when that happens.


   
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Hello all,

let me tell my story too. I apologize for my English. I was vaccinated with the J&J vaccine in September and a few days later I started to experience severe pain on the left side of my head that lasted for a few moments and subsided. Pain showed up several times when I was under stress. I later noticed that my fingers started to move on their own and soon I had a muscle twitch all over my body. My symptoms are dizziness, malaise, muscle twitching, especially in the arms and legs. The last few days I also have a feeling that I don’t have real strength in my legs. I get tired quickly and generally feel bad. Anxiety also contributes its share. Doctors prescribe all anxiety and don’t even want to hear that it could be related to the vaccine. So far, I have done CT scans of the head, multiple blood tests, RGT of the lungs and abdomen. Everything is fine. But I feel catastrophic and definitely too worried. I am 40 years old and I am extremely afraid of how this will be resolved. As i see a lot of people had problems for months and so far I haven't seen anyone recover completely. I’m trying with B complex, vitamin D, and magnesium citrate myself, but I have a feeling there isn’t some big change. I hope the situation is only temporary and that we all eventually recover and live a normal life .


   
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@medee I’ve been all around the doc spectrum and it looks like I now have nerve pain and maybe ms. 


   
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@andreeal Would you please stop posting links to your own site?  People are trying to heal here and others are taking advantage of it to drive traffic to their sites and earn commissions or ad revenue, it's disappointing.


   
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Posted by: @apollo

@medee I’ve been all around the doc spectrum and it looks like I now have nerve pain and maybe ms. 

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@medee currently trying pregablin for nerve pain. About a week into it. I can’t say I didn’t have signs of ms before or if the shot gave or even just aggravated it but, I had never had constant headaches in the crown of my head in my life until after I got the moderna vaccine. They want another mri and see me again at the end of March. At that point this will be going on for about a year.


   
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Posted by: @apollo

@medee currently trying pregablin for nerve pain. About a week into it. I can’t say I didn’t have signs of ms before or if the shot gave or even just aggravated it but, I had never had constant headaches in the crown of my head in my life until after I got the moderna vaccine. They want another mri and see me again at the end of March. At that point this will be going on for about a year.

What did your 1st MRI show? I haven't done one yet.

I have constant pain in the back of my head, the top portion.


   
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@fueko28 I am wondering if this is a shot that should be given into the lower part of the body like the buttocks when we were kids. If is seems to migrate around, perhaps having it far distant from the ears and central nervous system is the best strategy.


   
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@medee possible vasculitis which I was tested for. Then possible ms, and they asked if Had ever had a concussion. It wasn’t found by the neurologist it was found by a infectious desease doctor who then talked to the neurologist and put me on pregablin


   
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@apollo hi there, I've been taking Lyrica for a few months now. I have similar effects post-vax and went down the ms road, too. I don't find it has helped alot, it helps relax the muscles at best. I have been hoping for steroid but those are hard to get. I haven't talked to specialists like you, but I've had quite a few medical tests done - all clear. Do you find that it has helped? 


   
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@emmer this is definitely scary. Makes me wonder what I’ve let them do to my body. They all said it would keep us safe and healthy. 


   
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Posted by: @emmer

doctor explains what is happening --  https://pressfortruth.ca/wow-dr-charles-hoffe-delivers-a-dose-of-reality-you-cant-afford-to-miss/?fbclid=IwAR3e6dhgPhwjgTdLkIjJWEVxRddRq7BrVk5iIc_I5Lt0K9EbH6bx7hXRj3A

This is horrific, but unfortunately I don't have the slightest doubt about anything he said. The whole world went crazy.

 


   
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I have found some very helpful and promising information for the females dealing with this. There is a very clear reason why we get worse around our period time! 

My period is all over the place since i’ve been smaller but i wasn’t aware it was coming on so early. That was to blame for the increase in my symptoms. Apparently our immune systems are in a repetitive cycle of suppression and flaring while it’s active. Our antibodies decrease and we a prone to actually get sicker during that stage of menstruation. There’s also alot of inflammation during this time due to the flare ups in the immune system. The body does this to allow a smoothe pregnancy. 

It also kinda points to the theory that our bodies are in a state of inflammation due to the sprike potein caking up inside of us longer than it should. If our bodies increase in inflammation and decrease in antibodies and we feel worse around then, that makes alot of sense if you follow the inflammation theory. 

Here is the link:

https://helloclue.com/articles/cycle-a-z/the-immune-system-and-the-menstrual-cycle

I also read about the average total amounts that of nutrients that are loss during our periods. Vitamin C, B and Iron are the main vitamins loss…this also makes sense if you take into accounts the improvement people have had with them and the ability that each of those vitamins hold. Alot more other nutrients are loss. 

Now that I know this im going to double up on everything and see how it works. Anti inflammatory medications have always helped with pain for most people so my theory of all this tying together much holds some merit. 

Good luck to everyone with an uterus right now. 


   
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Posted by: @andycided

Hi I am from Philippines. I had my 1st dose of AstraZeneca Sunday September 5, 2021 (Sunday) I have alpha thalassemia and asthma. I had a fever evening of September 5 around 38.1 Celsius. Right now, I am infront of the computer working and I feel like throwing up. Feel like my heads going to pop, I do not have appetite and at night my skin gets itchy. I don't know how long will I suffer the side effects of AstraZeneca... 

How are you feeling these days? Asking as I too have taken the same vaccine. And there are hardly any members here who took AZ.


   
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Posted by: @shona

@lynne . Hi. I had 1st AstraZeneca in april  2nd in july, I have had conjunctivitis twice. Stomach pressure   pressure in my bottom(terrible) ringing in my ears, sudden thoughts of suicide that come from nowhere. It's awful. Dr said inflammation in my eyes and veins in my leg could be caused by AstraZeneca,  I know it's because of it. I felt fine before it all.

How are you? I have been injured by AZ as well.


   
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