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 Dee
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Posted by: @arica30

@medee You can google just like you would searching for a regular doctor. 

How long would Homeopathic medicines take to make you feel better approximately?


   
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@mina I have GI issues, acid reflux for 4 months now. Have you been able to gain weight back?

Yes, my gut issues finally resolved and I am able to eat normal now...are you taking anything?...Probiotics help...my GP gave me a month's worth of prilosec, which helped as well


   
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Posted by: @thelamehorsegmail-com

I just wanted to post that I am feeling 98% better after 7 months.  I know every can use a little hope when dealing with this. 

for back story I was out of work for more than a month due to being dizzy and having brain fog and headaches. I had to quit all substances including any caffeine. This was making me the most dizzy. I also tried skipping sugar and anything that would raise my blood sugar levels.  I am now starting to be able to have coffee and tea and it is glorious.  

 

 

Boy, I love these stories...thanks so much for taking the time to come back and update us...It bring us hope!!  


   
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Got my 2nd Pfizer 4 days ago. No reaction this time(other than sore arm and headache first night). I'll update if anything changes. I took 400mg Advil 3 hours before shot and continued with that every 6hrs. I took Zyrtec after shot every 12 hours. I also take Flonase, magnesium daily now.

I got my first shot 9 months ago. I had dizziness, hearing loss(one night only), ear fullness, earache, tension headaches, eye floaters, noise sensitivity, fast heartbeat (on and off for 1 week after shot), and nausea. It took me 4 months to recover to 100%. I suspect I had covid previously in feb 2020, but not sure.

It's interesting I'd have such a big reaction to first shot and almost nothing with 2nd. It was a really tough decision to get 2nd dose. Hope this info helps someone.


   
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  1. @lili23 just posted update. I got 2nd dose

   
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Posted by: @josephine

@tabby I've been on betahistine for past 3mths. It takes the edge off the dizziness but seems not work consistently. I now 13weeks 2nd jab. Im unable to work and basically live in my room due to nausea once I stand, heaviness in the head and ears, eye tremors, blurred vision and chest pain. I have heart racing and at times very low blood pressure adding to my nausea. I too have anxiety and fear this is our new normal. I am a mother of six and use to running around doing everything. I am now useless!!! I hope you get better soon.

Hi Josephine, so sorry to read about your situation, can't be easy with six children. I hope you have good support to help you along. Thanks for letting me know how the betahistine works for you. I was meant to collect mine today but there was a bit of a mix up so will have to wait until tomorrow. Perhaps it's fate.😏


   
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@medee 

 

6 months but it's not a "rule" to everyone.


   
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@bander56 thank you so much for sharing I really needed that hope things are better this time I'll do exactly what you did advil zyrtec  I. 8 months after my first Moderna shot had a COVID 2 weeks ago now I have no choice than going for the second shot .thank you so much 


   
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@bander56 Hi there, do you still have the eye floaters? 


   
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@sara90  No my eye floaters completely went away at 4 month mark


   
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 Sara
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@bander56 wow that’s great to hear! Haven’t seen many recoveries from floaters so thank you for sharing!! 🙏🏽


   
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Posted by: @stars182

@medee 

 

6 months but it's not a "rule" to everyone.

I agree on that.

Is your tinnitus still there? 


   
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Posted by: @gingerjones

@mina I have GI issues, acid reflux for 4 months now. Have you been able to gain weight back?

Yes, my gut issues finally resolved and I am able to eat normal now...are you taking anything?...Probiotics help...my GP gave me a month's worth of prilosec, which helped as well

When you say acid reflux, do you mean to have loud growling sounds from your stomach?


   
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Posted by: @stars182

@medee 

 

6 months but it's not a "rule" to everyone.

Did you take any treatment or supplements for any symptoms?

Or just basic anti inflammatory diet is all that you followed?


   
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 Mina
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Posted by: @medee
Posted by: @gingerjones

@mina I have GI issues, acid reflux for 4 months now. Have you been able to gain weight back?

Yes, my gut issues finally resolved and I am able to eat normal now...are you taking anything?...Probiotics help...my GP gave me a month's worth of prilosec, which helped as well

When you say acid reflux, do you mean to have loud growling sounds from your stomach?

Yes, also sour stomach, discomfort and weight loss 


   
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