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@andree-scollard Great! Thats good. Thank you. 


   
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Posted by: @jkro
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Posted by: @meljg

@tabby hello. Are you still having the rib pain? Can you describe it? I’m having it off and on but intensifies when touching certain spots on my ribcage.

Hello Mel,

I get costochondritis that comes and goes which is inflammation of the ribs where they meet the breastbone. I did get a flair after having the vax but it never seems to go away entirely. If I touch my breastbone it is quite sore still. I have had it for years, not sure what started it, maybe lifting when I was nursing. It can be very painful, like a stabbing pain and can also make me short of breath. It's similar to Tietze syndrome without the swelling. Painkillers help but not much else. When I had an echocardiogram and pressure was applied around my heart area I was in agony and it brought a tear to my eye. I try to avoid lifting or stretching too much. Hope that helps and you feel better soon.🙏😊

Sorry to be nosey but are you nursing a baby too? I’m just seeing a lot of us are post partum on here. 

Sorry, I used to be a nurse and did a lot of heavy lifting on the ward. You are right, there are many post partum here.😊 


   
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Posted by: @hisrichess

I’m sad. 

I have been dealing with horrible dissociation/derealization for the past 4 days. Now going on 5, i have horrible thoughts about doing stuff to people. It’s like my brain is seeing everything around me as a threat? My flight or fight indicator is going crazy. 

I’m use to this feeling because i would get it when I would get SUPER HIGH. it’s a very vivid high level of anxiety. I’ve been trying meditation and just relaxing and that doesn’t really work so i’m fighting it out and just going with the time. Everything around me seems fake and when my grandma and others come around my brain thinks it’s already happened and i have deja vu moments. 

It’s like these symptoms are just swishing around and gradually taking terms making me suffer. One thing turns into another and then another. 

IM TIRED. 

I’m sorry you are feeling this way. I read an article in a medical journal that talked about a girl who had autoantibodies to NMDA or something in the brain and led to psychosis. Meaning delusions and/or hallucinations. This was post covid vaccine. They treated her with steroids and immunosuppressants after that. I’m not sure that is what is going on and this isn’t medical advice but talk to your doctor or seek emergency care if you feel you need to. 


   
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Posted by: @hisrichess

I’m sad. 

I have been dealing with horrible dissociation/derealization for the past 4 days. Now going on 5, i have horrible thoughts about doing stuff to people. It’s like my brain is seeing everything around me as a threat? My flight or fight indicator is going crazy. 

I’m use to this feeling because i would get it when I would get SUPER HIGH. it’s a very vivid high level of anxiety. I’ve been trying meditation and just relaxing and that doesn’t really work so i’m fighting it out and just going with the time. Everything around me seems fake and when my grandma and others come around my brain thinks it’s already happened and i have deja vu moments. 

It’s like these symptoms are just swishing around and gradually taking terms making me suffer. One thing turns into another and then another. 

IM TIRED. 

https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fneur.2021.764197/full


   
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6 months post second Pfizer jab and want to give an update. Most symptoms have reduced in intensity aside from the dizziness, I have just started taking Prozac as I’ve read that SSRIs can help with the dizziness. Also using it to regulate appetite, sleep, depression and anxiety. Will continue to post updates on how I feel. I have had flare ups and keep prednisone on hand when they get bad, and I have learned how to keep this under control. I feel for everyone suffering here, hopefully we can find a cure!

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Has anyone tried removing electronics from around them? My symptoms has decreased dramatically since it all started so i can now decipher through triggers. When i use my phone or sleep/lay down in a room with electronics everything slowly comes back. I wonder if this is radiation from the electronics or just the signals from it interferring with my body? I don’t know. 


   
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Posted by: @meljg

@lmkk hope you feel better soon 

Thanks I have been feeling better the last few days. How are your symptoms?


   
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@lmkk The fatigue has gotten a little better and no more terrible muscle spasms (knock on wood). I’m still experiencing soreness in my breast and under my arm as the same shot but this cane about a few days ago after other symptoms went away. I also have aches in my chest and ribs.


   
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Posted by: @hisrichess

Has anyone tried removing electronics from around them? My symptoms has decreased dramatically since it all started so i can now decipher through triggers. When i use my phone or sleep/lay down in a room with electronics everything slowly comes back. I wonder if this is radiation from the electronics or just the signals from it interferring with my body? I don’t know. 

There is an excellent book called The Ion Effect by Fred Soyka which talks about devices that produce and omit electrically charged particles in the air and may control your moods, health, and sense of well being. The book was written about in the 70s so the knowledge that ions effect our health has been known for a few decades but very few medical professionals seem to be aware of it. I stumbled upon it about ten years ago when looking into what could be triggering my migraines. 

It's such an fascinating book and it's very easy to understand I highly recommend it. I regret giving my copy away when I moved house. 

In a nut shell we are surrounded by positive and negative ions in the air. If I remember correctly it's the positive ones given off by electronic devices that drain our energy and make us feel dull or tired. (Anyone felt groggy after a long day at work Infront of a computer). 

Water charges the air with energising particles (negative I think) which is why we feel refreshed after a shower or a crazy thunderstorm which releases tons of negative charged ions into the air. 

Our ancestors used to call wind at certain times of the year witches winds or devils winds because of how people would feel out of sorts around the time of the storms. (Santa Ana winds or Swiss Alps winds etc) The reason the wind made people feel strange and lethargic was because of how it blows across dry land and becomes positively charged in the same way that electronic devices charge the area around us.

I have a Himalayan salt lamp either side of my bed as they are believed to absorb the bad ions in the air. For anyone who is interested in buying a salt lamp do make sure it's a proper Himalayan salt lamp. It should say on the box that it is from Pakistan. If is from China it's more than likely a lump of normal salt dyed pink and doesn't have the same properties as a genuine Himalayan one. The same also applies to pink table salt.

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Posted by: @meljg

@lmkk The fatigue has gotten a little better and no more terrible muscle spasms (knock on wood). I’m still experiencing soreness in my breast and under my arm as the same shot but this cane about a few days ago after other symptoms went away. I also have aches in my chest and ribs.

The chest ache sounds like inflammation. My aches and pains have gotten better lately but it's been a long 5 months. It's an encouraging sign that your chest pain has gotten better your recovery is definitely in process! 👍


   
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Posted by: @meljg

Hello. 

I’m having some crazy itching on my chest and some weird stuff going on with my stomach.

Is anyone experiencing itching especially on the chest and if you’re having GI issues, what are they?

I had GI issues for the first 3 or 4 months...lost over 50lbs...they tried to tell me it was acid reflux and or gastritis...don't worry, it will eventually resolve...


   
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Posted by: @swtammie78

@andree-scollard I'm surprised by this comment. I read all of the replies to sam's original post and I don't see anyone debating Sam's experience. Although Sam mentions an experience, the intent of the message was to point out how this forum is full of people who should not be taken seriously. The fact that Sam shared an experience was merely to support his claim. That's, what people took offense too and I don't blame them. Unfortunately, the only reason people exist in this forum is because they aren't being taken seriously and their symptoms are real - regardless of what you believe caused it. I agree that sometimes treatments are shared that have no proven effectiveness. Standard treatments haven't worked for people in this forum and from what I can tell they are desperate. I saw Sam's post and thought it was better suited for a place like FB. I think when you post in a forum full of very vulnerable and depressed individuals, you have a responsibility to be careful what you say. If you really believe someone is crazy then it would be wise to not tell them so on the internet - that could be the difference between a person being crazy and killing themselves. The fact that so many people responded demonstrates how out of line this post was and I don't think we should be reinforcing the content by thanking them. 

 

I was surprised that the moderator thanked them for their post too. I found the post upsetting. I nearly responded to it but then thought no point as someone who can label a forum full of people suffering from vaccine injuries as antivaxers is obviously a bit...

I absolutely agree with such a post being the difference between a person being crazy or killing themselves. Reading such comments when already at a low and vulnerable mental state could really sadly push someone over the edge.

For anyone who is feeling down and alone and has just joined the forum I can tell you that as scary as your symptoms are right now you will start to feel better.  I urge anyone who is feeling down or like hurting themselves/ending it all to seek help immediately or call the Samaritan's or whatever charity is similar in your country. You can also post on VeDa if you are feeling overwhelmed with your symptoms we have all been through it, you are not alone, there is an excellent community on here who are happy to offer a listening ear.


   
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Just curious - do any of you have high blood pressure?  If so, what medication were you on when you were vaccinated?  I saw an interesting study about long-covid and how it seems to contain antibodies against the ACE2 receptors, which are sometimes targeted by HBP medication.  About an hour before my first symptoms emerged, I had just taken my blood pressure medication, an ACE-inhibitor, and I hadn't taken one in a while.  If the vaccine was the kindling, I wonder if maybe that pill was the match that set it ablaze.

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Posted by: @tabby
Posted by: @andree-scollard

@tabby This Forum is for individuals that have received the vaccines and are having vestibular and other symptoms post vaccination. The idea was to have posters share their experiences and the treatments that have worked for them without a lot of interference from VeDA. However, if posts have inappropriate, aggressive or harassing language they will be removed. If posters continue to post inappropriate content they will be banned from posting on the Forum.

I agree with what you say. This forum has been a Godsend for many of us who are seeking answers and I thank Veda whole heartedly for allowing us to use the site as such. However, when a poster accuses people of being anti-vax when they are not, it is bound to make people angry and react as such. 

I second that! I was in a dark place after my vaccine caused me so much pain which all doctors were fobbing off as anxiety. I honestly thought I was having a breakdown. VeDa has been a godsend. It was the support and camaraderie on here even though we are all suffering that we can share our stories and know we are not alone or crazy that helped me get through the worst months of my life. I found more support and understanding on here than amongst my friends and family.


   
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Posted by: @centralx

Another video has been released about this subject today by Dr. Mobeen:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uuaz8CpnV7I

Just finished watching the video...thanks for that!


   
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