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Inasweatermood
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@rainyday I completely understand what you are going through. Please try to take the time you need to take care of yourself. Sometimes a break is much needed. I have been off work for months. I have been so sick that doing regular tasks has become impossible. Your doctor can provide you with a note for your employer. 


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Haydee
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  1. After one month from my Covid vaccine 2nd dose, I feel a tingling sensation on my back. I felt paiin, itchiness and tightness. I am afraid and worried.

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KitKat
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Posted by: @hayzerru
  1. After one month from my Covid vaccine 2nd dose, I feel a tingling sensation on my back. I felt paiin, itchiness and tightness. I am afraid and worried.

If you write "back pain" in the search section top right of page it should bring up all the posts that mention back pain so you can see what others experienced with their back pain.


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gingerj
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Posted by: @simplicity2378

Hi everyone. I have been away for a few weeks taking a mental break. The last few weeks have been exhausting with flare ups and step backs. Every time I think I could be getting just a little better I get hit with a relapse or with new symptoms. I finally got my mri and thankfully it was normal. Next, ENT says to get an eCohg test to determine if I have Meniere’s. Neurologist still insists that I have pppd and bpvd to continue physical therapy and allow the physical therapist to conduct the elpsy maneuver to reposition the crystals into the ear canal. I don’t know what to think anymore. After my last relapse last week I was back to starting from zero. I keep trying to voice that I really think all my inner ear issues where brought on my the vaccine but it all falls on deaf ears. I don’t know what to do anymore. Today I spend the day crying which only intensified my symptoms and gave me an awful headache. Just feeling defeated. Like many of you I wish I would have waited on taking the vaccine until more research had been made regarding dizziness and the shot.🥺

I am so sorry you are feeling this way...I developed new symptoms today after 8 months and have cried myself...I too feel overwhelmed and sad that I cannot just go to a doctor and have them help...But, we are determined to beat this!!


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dazzlenovak
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Hello everyone. I apologize for the long post. I’m glad to find this forum for here this is the only place where I can voice my concerns regarding the vaccine. 

I stupidly took the first shot at the behest of my parents and government. This was back in April 2021. That was the last time I ever trusted both. Luckily enough, I’m still alive so far. 

The first two months were sheer agony. I experienced breathing issues, high blood pressure, and chest pains. I felt like I was choking at times. I experienced a sense of depersonalization. I went to several doctors and they were all rude to me save for one, a retired surgeon of my then-girlfriend, he suggested young and healthy people NOT get vaccinated - and this was after I took the first dose.. 

Anyway, I got my heart checked out. Doctors ruled it as anxiety and gave me medication. There were still severe muscle aches in my back, chest, shoulder however.  Not trusting doctors anymore, I decided to just try to take it easy. I stopped working out, I quit caffeine, tried CBD, tried to eat healthier and work less if I could. 

Let me tell you, I thank god that I’m still alive so far but this is the LAST time I’m ever going to listen to my family and my government. I’ve since moved out but I still feel like I’ve made a grave mistake, taking the first dose.

We as Americans should be free to feel skeptical of anything. I feel like this country is heading towards tyranny. I feel nothing but shame. 


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thamollusk
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@gatordoc I was diagnosed with vestibular neuritis years ago. I hadn’t had symptoms since then. Fast forward to my vaccination and all that dizziness/headaches came back. It lasted for 2 months then went away for 2 months, but I’ve had a couple relapses since then that usually only last 1-2 weeks. Odd thing is 90% of my relapses have come on after I got a cold. Do you think the fact that my relapses come on after my immune system is compromised (colds) means that I have some sort of autoimmune vestibular disease? I guess I’m wondering if it all adds up? 


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Reminded me of you all!😶


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PCMN
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@ivica 

get soon well and thanks for keeping us posted


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@pfizercovid-19vax2nddose4-2021 

hi, more or less same experience and story here, vision issues, hard to focus, "trippy", brain fog, etc.. hopefully time will take care of it, or now a slim chance that if you should get covid / omicron, these symptoms will pass, or try antihistamines. 


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@tennyson77 

ah sorry to hear that, was rooting for things to improve.. 


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Nebuluv
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@aido1994 

 

Yes! 

Those are all my primary symptoms. The dizziness and the heart racing/palpitations are the worst of them. I had my vaccines both about 10 months ago now and am expected to get the booster due to my job. I'm trying to figure out what to do at this point. I've had an MRI and and echo of my heart. Still waiting on the results of the Echo but the MRI was ok. The dizziness got better for a while late last year but came back with vengeance this last week. I've had to take short term disability for a few weeks because I am unable to function at work. Im hoping it passes soon. I hope you feel better. 


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Hello I want to share an update, I got covid a week ago I still don't know if I still have it, and everything seemed to improve I was very happy but today I don't feel like that, I feel like I've gone back a few weeks and I'm too sad I don't know what more to do or where to go is very desperate


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@nebuluv Hello, in 10 months the dizziness hasn't gone away? 🙁


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PfizerCOVID-19Vax2ndDose4-2021
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Posted by: @shinexmonic

@nebuluv Hello, in 10 months the dizziness hasn't gone away? 🙁

Hi, I still have dizziness and I had my last shot back in April 2021. Go figure, I also have some vision issues. I've had everything checked out, by ophthalmologist, neurologist, ENT, GP. I had CT's, MRI's, & blood test...everything normal.


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Nebuluv
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@shinexmonic 

I wish I could say it has but it seems to have gotten worse recently. It did subside for quite some time so I think this is what people are referring to as a “relapse.” Where the symptoms just come back out of nowhere. Are you having dizziness as well? 


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