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KitKat
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Posted by: @shinexmonic

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

Sorry to hear you got covid. What where your symptoms? It might take a while for your body to recover from the COVID virus so give yourself time to heal. 


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@lmkk Your comment discouraged me a lot, I thought that in 9 months all this would end, it makes me too sad to know, I also had many tests and they all came out fine, an acupuncturist doctor is seeing me, he believed it was the vaccine, without However, I have seen improvement but I still do not feel well at all, I am a youtuber and I want to create a video with all this that is happening but I think that youtube will delete it


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@dazzlenovak how are you  now?


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SoBayVaxPain
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I haven’t been on here in months, but it’s now 9 months since my symptoms started hours after the second Moderna vaccine.  I’m scheduled for an occipital nerve ablation next week.  The first 3 months after the vaccine I saw about ten doctors before a neurologist agreed my vertigo, migraines, ear pressure/pain, brain fog (and short term memory loss), plus vision deterioration could all be from that vaccine.  Individual migraine and vertigo treatments had been useless and by the time the neurologist diagnosed occipital neuralgia I was in bad shape. The neurologist insisted my occipital nerves were damaged from months of inflammation post vaccine due to my immune system’s response.  For past 5+ months I had nerve blocks every 7-8 weeks, the first two brought 80+% relief while i did both vestibular and physical therapy to get balance back.  The third block failed and made matters worse.  Now I’m scheduled for an ablation of the occipital nerves with hope I get 9+ months or more full relief.  Not sure if anyone has had this diagnosis beside me.  All the specialists ruled everything else out, and only 3 out of a dozen now think it’s vaccine related despite the fact I’d never had any of these symptoms prior that second Moderna vaccine, and it all started 3-5 hours after.  This has effected the quality of my family life, plus work.  Early on I tried diet and nutrition changes, plus acupuncture with no relief.  The only things that has helped was those first two nerve blocks.  


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PfizerCOVID-19Vax2ndDose4-2021
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@shinexmonic it’s been that long for me as well, I had my second dose in April 2021. Not sure how to feel or what to do. I’ve seen all medical specialists and had all diagnostics done, all negative.


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Posted by: @sobayvaxpain

I haven’t been on here in months, but it’s now 9 months since my symptoms started hours after the second Moderna vaccine.  I’m scheduled for an occipital nerve ablation next week.  The first 3 months after the vaccine I saw about ten doctors before a neurologist agreed my vertigo, migraines, ear pressure/pain, brain fog (and short term memory loss), plus vision deterioration could all be from that vaccine.  Individual migraine and vertigo treatments had been useless and by the time the neurologist diagnosed occipital neuralgia I was in bad shape. The neurologist insisted my occipital nerves were damaged from months of inflammation post vaccine due to my immune system’s response.  For past 5+ months I had nerve blocks every 7-8 weeks, the first two brought 80+% relief while i did both vestibular and physical therapy to get balance back.  The third block failed and made matters worse.  Now I’m scheduled for an ablation of the occipital nerves with hope I get 9+ months or more full relief.  Not sure if anyone has had this diagnosis beside me.  All the specialists ruled everything else out, and only 3 out of a dozen now think it’s vaccine related despite the fact I’d never had any of these symptoms prior that second Moderna vaccine, and it all started 3-5 hours after.  This has effected the quality of my family life, plus work.  Early on I tried diet and nutrition changes, plus acupuncture with no relief.  The only things that has helped was those first two nerve blocks.  

So these are all the symptoms of occipital neurologia - vertigo, migraines, ear pressure/pain, brain fog (and short term memory loss), plus vision deterioration??? 

So what do the neurologist have to say on this, how bad is this? Is this curable with medication or wpuld heal on its own? Or would alter our lives permanently?

Sad that you had to go through this just coz of the shot! Also almost all of us have some or the other symptoms mentioned by you. I don't remember anyone been diagnosed with this yet.


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I have hope, I suffer from hypothyroidism and in 2019 I had a crisis of vertigo that lasted a month, my thyroid was high at 7.03, at that time I was not taking medication for this, they prescribed them to me and a week later I was well When my motion sickness, I took the test and it was 9.3!!! it is too high a value for someone who was already medicated, and since then I take the test every month and the truth is that it drops very little, I calculate that in March my thyroid will be fine but I don't know if my second dose raised it


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@michaelk I agree, I think we need to hear of others who had their vertigo resolve.

 

I have had vertigo now for 6 months straight and 3 vestibular therapy treatments did not help.

I had both Pfizer covid shots last April, and I didn't notice dizziness until last July.

 

I have since found out I have bladder cancer and gastritis as well as reflux esophagitis, so my immune system had already been weakened.

 

I was healthy (or thought I was), active, ate well, and on no meds and now I can barely take care of basic needs.

 

I long to hear of others who've had their vertigo resolve. I am keeping the Faith as best I can but feeling drunk each day is making life unbearable along with my other issues.

 

I'm now focusing on the best things I can do to help my body heal, using as many antioxidant foods as possible and eliminating anything that does not support the immune system very well.

 

I never in my life has vestibular issues and I now know how debilitating they are.

 

I pray all experiencing these issues find relief soon . 

 

 


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KitKat
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Posted by: @shinexmonic

@lmkk Your comment discouraged me a lot, I thought that in 9 months all this would end, it makes me too sad to know, I also had many tests and they all came out fine, an acupuncturist doctor is seeing me, he believed it was the vaccine, without However, I have seen improvement but I still do not feel well at all, I am a youtuber and I want to create a video with all this that is happening but I think that youtube will delete it

I'm so sorry something I may have said has discouraged you in any way. Could you please copy and paste or use the "quote" button to send me what post has upset you so what ever it is that I have said I don't repeat it again.

I know we are all tired of feeling so ill and I therefore tend to be mindful of what I post on here which is why it would be super helpful if you could let me know what I wrote?

I'm just wondering if when I have replied to someone using the quote button maybe you thought that someone else's post was mine? 

I think a factual YouTube video is a good idea by the way, when I first got side effects after my jab there was very little sources of information on real side effects other that this website. I think so many others could benefit from a video.

Anyways no offense was meant and once again sorry if I have discouraged you.

 


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@lmkk Hello, I did not mean it in that sense, I am from Colombia and I say that it discouraged me, it is not the same that you have offended me. I wrote this because I was sad that in 10 months all this has not been taken away from you. I thought it was enough time now I don't know how long to wait. You didn't offend me, don't worry


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@pfizercovid-19vax2nddose4-2021 

 

Has anyone tried zeolite clinoptilolite post vaccination recovery?

 

Please look up zeolite clinoptilolite and the studies.. It's largely relegated to performance thoroughbreds and high performance livestock. However the studies are pretty conclusive, and actually miraculous in some cases. Zeolite clinoptilolite is the only negative ionic charged mineral in nature. As such, it's a binding and catatonic agent for a HUGE range of toxic pathogens, substances, etc. It also has some pretty impressive curative properties..

 

Safety wise it's stellar, and as safe as water itself from the looks of it.

Zeolite clinoptilolite, look it up and see why it's probably relegated to performance animals and livestock. (leaving that there)

 

However this should be noted;

SARS-CoV-2 spike protein is positively charged and has “an increased affinity to bind to negatively charged regions of other molecules…” It would be a fair assumption that spike proteins will be attracted and readily bond to the negatively-charged zeolites in TRS because they’re oppositely charged.


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Jason Hendrick
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Also quick poll.. Anyone worse today than usual?

 


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KitKat
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Posted by: @plandistry

Also quick poll.. Anyone worse today than usual?

 

I'm in the UK and I have felt more drained today. (And I bet I can guess what you are thinking which prompted your question!) 😉


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Hi everyone.  To share my experience to add to others, and if it might help someone ...  (not posted sooner as have been too unwell and with my limited capability needing to focus on doctors’ appointments, etc, but reading this forum has been a great help). 

I had my first Astra Zeneca injection Aug 2021.  Had flu-like symptoms for 3 days, but I thought just ‘normal’ side effects.  Although, with hindsight, I had hot, itchy soles of feet, and a pain in the heart / sternum area during subsequent weeks and months, but did not make a link to the vaccine at that stage. 

8th Oct 2021, I had my second AZ jab.  The very next day, moving some boxes, I got incredibly dizzy.  I had to hang on to walls or furniture to stop myself falling, and got breathless very quickly and needed to take breaks very often.  Over the next 2 weeks I had some holiday days and some work days, I continued with normal activities, but the dizziness remained, in fact it built in intensity, my heart would pound on any slight exercise, with chest pain or tightness, and I became incredibly fatigued, needing to sleep 12+ hours each night.

Very soon, I could not continue at work (running meetings on-screen, plus email and spreadsheet work), the computer screen made me so dizzy, my vision was ‘off’ and I could not concentrate on what people were saying or mentally process information.  My hearing was super-sensitive and at social events I could not tune in to what people were saying and the whole noise / movement of people was overwhelming.  I started to get pangs of anxiety.  (I have had situational anxiety before, but recovered well each time).  Soon I was having full-on panic attacks.  Doctors of course diagnosed anxiety.  They offered SSRIs, which I accepted.  I had to move beyond the panic attacks (which I now have) before I could deal with the root cause, but I knew the root cause was not anxiety.

The next six weeks were a blur, I was largely bed-ridden and house bound, and could hardly function to eat, shower etc.  Dizziness would flare whenever I moved, or whenever things moved in my eyesight.  I felt lightheaded, like walking on a boat.  I needed lie-down rest after any short period of physical or mental activity.  Plus, other symptoms:  insomnia, aches across forehead and at base of skull, head pressure in sinuses, behind eyes, in ears; a feeling that my head is too heavy for my neck.  Weird body sensations:  numbness or aches in inner arms, hands, legs; burning sensation - sometimes feels like menthol – stomach, chest, legs, feet; inner body tremors - feels like all muscles are shaking inside or pulsating, or welling.  Huge sensitivity to noise and light; vision feels like eyes are delayed or clouded or not working in sync; ringing and whistling in ears.  Difficulty thinking, concentrating, having a conversation, and easily forget things. 

My ability to function is significantly reduced.  I’ve been off work the whole time.  (I am grateful my Company offers sick pay).  I have largely stopped driving, or even being a passenger in a car other than for short distances or doctors’ appointments.  Some of my symptoms have lessened as I have learned to pace myself and build-in rest before and after activity, but the dizziness and nausea is still near-constant and I cannot live anything near my normal life.

Doctors initially said it’s a virus, I should rest and give it time.  Then, it is anxiety.  They gave medication for dizziness but it did not help.  Then, they agreed it is a physical condition, maybe a post-viral illness which could have been triggered by virus or vaccine, or maybe long Covid or chronic fatigue or ME.  My GP will exempt me from future Covid vaccines, but not all doctors I’ve seen are ready to make the link to the vaccine.  I’ve been through Cardiologist, all tests OK.  Next I go through vestibular testing with ENT Consultant.

This has been one of the most difficult things I have ever had to deal with, I feel for everyone going through something similar.  There is so much uncertainty, which I can understand to some extent with Covid and the vaccines being so new, but it’s also a very isolating position, not knowing a firm diagnosis or if and when we will recover, or to what extent.  It’s life-changing, and I’m just hoping it is not permanent.  Best wishes to everyone on their journey. 


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Posted by: @plandistry

Also quick poll.. Anyone worse today than usual?

 

Yesterday my right side - leg, foot, and from right side waist down - seemed to be a tad better. But the left side not (had jab left arm). Worse was yet to come... I managed to make it up the stairs, and was in my PJ's and getting into bed. Left foot and leg so numb and "not cooperating", that I did not notice until it was too late that my foot had slid away and I fell. Not far to fall, thank heaven, but still.... Took me half an hour to get off the floor! Sheer iron determination got me into bed. Once I was in bed, I did all kinds of exercises with my feet, ankles, legs, buttocks. ANd I massaged my legs etc. Slept a few hours... 

This morning I managed to make it down the stairs... sheer damn luck! I felt jittery all day, and fearful of falling again. Time for bed soon, and crawl back up the stairs. 
Once again burst into tears... I was active and well before that damned jab. In honesty, I am consumed with fury over what happened. I should've listened to my intuition and avoided those 2 jabs. 

Anyway, I phoned my health insurer this afternoon, and asked for medical advice. Told her what had happened, and what I was coping with. She strongly advised me to contact C-Support which has been set up by the Dutch Ministry of Health etc. It is to help/support etc people who suffer from Long Covid, AND (HURRAH! they've acknowledged it!!) those who suffer long term side Cov-vax side effects. I registered with them, and tomorrow morning I hope to speak to someone. I'll let you know when I know more. 

In all, I'd say that today was pretty miserable. 


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