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(@tennyson77)
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@aishara My arm is less sore today, but I crashed in the afternoon due to being tired.  But that's a normal side effect I'm told for the booster.  I had a nap this afternoon, and while I'm still a bit tired, feel mostly fine still.


   
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(@gingerjones)
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Posted by: @heybro

Has anyone tried Eastern White Pine Needle Tea?  I am told the shikimic acid can help.

Hi, didn't you post a while back that your symptoms were residing due to you catching covid?  If so, do you have anymore updates to share? 


   
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Hello there, I did video telling my history, if someone talk spanish, please watch it https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R54jtvAxdnU  


   
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hello I want to share something I found

 

my partner, a 29-year-old nurse, put on the Pfizer and problems with menstruation arose until she had internal bleeding, luckily her best friend is a gynecologist and she had it under control, she went to the emergency room and was saved, but 4 scars in the abdomen it is remembered every day. Her friend tells her that since the vaccine started the menstruation problems have not stopped and if you ask any vaccinated woman you will surely find more than one. However, the Spanish media deny it and also almost force vaccination. Please, you have to have a little common sense and that each one assesses their risks and if they want to put it on or not and stop fighting among all, that this is just politicking.
I'm going to send you an exercise, look at the Biontech shares, and look at when a stock market came out.
CURIOUS RIGHT??


   
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Posted by: @alexa

@shinexmonic I started the zeolite about a week ago and I can honestly say my tinnitus and imbalance is getting a lot better. I started with a chiropractor and decided to cancel all of my other appointments with the specialists since they haven't done anything for me in the 5 months that I've been suffering with this devastating situation. The neurotologist told me point blank after 10 mnts of talking to me  that my condition was permanent and I couldn't do anything about it but to learn to walk as if I had one leg. Guess what I am getting better and driving with more confidence as well as walking. Like some of you say its a matter of time and we all will get better. If you are suffering from side effects I recommend that you do not get a booster. This will aggravate the situation. Hang in there you all. This shall pass and hope we all learned a lesson from this.

How are you taking the zeolite?  Oil form?  Powder?  Please let me know?


   
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(@gingerjones)
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@sara90 I honestly think it will take 1-2 years to recover…from what I’ve read about other vaccine injuries. My colleagues mom got injured with the shingles vaccine and it took her almost 2 years to recover. 

I agree...


   
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Posted by: @gingerjones
Posted by: @alexa

@shinexmonic I started the zeolite about a week ago and I can honestly say my tinnitus and imbalance is getting a lot better. I started with a chiropractor and decided to cancel all of my other appointments with the specialists since they haven't done anything for me in the 5 months that I've been suffering with this devastating situation. The neurotologist told me point blank after 10 mnts of talking to me  that my condition was permanent and I couldn't do anything about it but to learn to walk as if I had one leg. Guess what I am getting better and driving with more confidence as well as walking. Like some of you say its a matter of time and we all will get better. If you are suffering from side effects I recommend that you do not get a booster. This will aggravate the situation. Hang in there you all. This shall pass and hope we all learned a lesson from this.

How are you taking the zeolite?  Oil form?  Powder?  Please let me know?

x2 how do you use it? I need know


   
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@medee 

I had a full set of blood tests done and the only thing the Dr told me they found was Vitamin D deficiency, which surprised me as I am outside every day and also take a multivitamin that has sufficient Vitamin D. 

 


   
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(@carym23)
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Hello again. Wanted to update you.

Summary: Pfizer shot on 4/29 (no 2nd shot), Swelling around both eyes on 5/7 - 5/9. Headache 5/9, Headache and dizziness 5/11. Headache and dizziness continues on/off plus over time have developed tingling on my scalp, head vibration, high pressure around my eyes and head, brain fog and short term memory issues.

MRI -negative, EEG - Negative, Neuropsychiatric (cognitive/memory test) - normal, CT of sinuses - normal. I'm taking Vit D and eating an anti-inflammatory diet which has helped.

Went for follow up to neurologist today and she told me I have "Adjustment disorder with mixed anxiety and depressed mood." I was obviously frustrated and upset. If they had answers, there would be no anxiety! I am not depressed at all. I take that diagnosis very seriously because my heart breaks for people who struggle with depression. I get sad when I relapse but I always lift my spirit up quickly by counting my blessings (like the fact that my symptoms are less frequent and less pronounced).

I told her I took a couple of years off of work to be with my kids but plan to go back in the near future and I cant work in direct patient care with brain fog since I can hurt a patient. She told me to get a simple job like working at Target so I don't worry about this anymore 🙁 She said "you didn't have a stroke and you are not having seizures so you need to just move on." I just can't believe it. 

Today, I realized that we are unlikely to figure this out until those in power decide it is ok for us to know. Doctors are not getting the info they need to look into anything unusual that could be happening. They also risk having issues if what they say results in vaccine hesitancy. Hopefully, those few nonconforming doctors (FLCCC) will figure things out. 

Luckily, the pattern seems to be that we all get better slowly but surely. Let's hope/pray that there are no long term consequences.

My plan now is to go see a holistic doctor and see if they can help.  


   
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@lynoliver I just took my first flight since the pandemic began. I was also nervous because I have had balance problems lightheadedness, tinnitus etc. for the last 9 months. I was diagnosed with Vestibular Neuritis, permanent inner damage. The part of the nerve that detects head movement and balance. I asked my physiotherapist about flying and he said based on the type of ear damage I have, flying should not be a problem and it wasn’t. I would highly recommend seeking a medical opinion based on your exact symptoms if you can. 


   
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@nickpaul If you don't mind, which SSRI helped you? I heard that some SSRI's help long-haulers and ppl with post vaccine issues. Thank You!


   
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@nickpaul If you don't mind, which SSRI helped you? I heard that some SSRI's help long-haulers and ppl with post vaccine issues. Thank You!


   
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@carym23 Providers who "diagnose" our symptoms as anxiety and depression are willfully ignorant, in my opinion, and should not be practicing medicine. They know something is wrong, but they're unwilling to look further into it. It's far simpler to slap a diagnosis of "anxiety and depression" onto a patient and put the blame back on them than to put actual time and effort into figuring why their symptoms began - and how to treat them.

You take an oath when you become a medical professional to do no harm. Well, when they willfully choose not to treat a patient by falsely diagnosing them with something they know a patient doesn't have so they don't have to put any additional effort into their treatment - that's doing harm and going against everything they should stand for. Why not simply admit they don't know what's going on, but they're going to work with you until they do? 


   
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 SueZ
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Have also heard positive effects from Zeolite Clinoptilolite, so will try it prophylactically.  I did hear second-hand that it helped someone recover from their J&J jab effects.  

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Posted by: @gingerjones
Posted by: @heybro

Has anyone tried Eastern White Pine Needle Tea?  I am told the shikimic acid can help.

Hi, didn't you post a while back that your symptoms were residing due to you catching covid?  If so, do you have anymore updates to share? 

Everything came back.


   
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