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@gingerjones did you have a gastroscope at all? 


   
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@sickofthis I haven’t had anything with caffeine in it for over 4 months and I still have issues when I have even a little - ie heart rate speed up, blood pressure increase and tachycardia (heart flutters).. I also have found now that I can’t drink almond milk anymore as it causes almost a mild anaphylaxis reaction in my esophagis and chest area with my lungs - harder to breath. Pfizer vaccine was taken four months ago - and this is just an evolving symptoms journey. 


   
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@mina have you seen doctor? Platelets usually help to stem bleeding on your cuts or scratches from my knowledge. Probably good to see your doctor..


   
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@gingerjones why is it so hard? There are so many people bow saying the same thing and with absolutely no collusion whatsoever ironically, but it’s hard to find a doctor who even believes you or knows about multi symptom presentation. And who doesn’t give up on you. Find another doctor. We all hear you and we all know what it feels like. 


   
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So i dont know if it's wise to mention this because the last thing i want to do is encourage anyone to actually get Covid. But y'all are smart enough to know that's a bad idea so I'm going to share anyway.

I had 2 shots of Pfizer last March. Did not get the booster because I never recovered from my side effects from the first shot. Vertigo and decreased vision. No explanation for what happened to me... common story here. Almost a year later, not completely resolved.

Well last week I got Covid and had a mild case (maybe because I did have the first two shots, or maybe I got a mild strain). Anyway, I'm not going to get too excited just yet, but it seems like the long-term side effects of the vaccine might be going away, finally, as a result of having actual Covid.

Does this even make sense? Anyone else?


   
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@rainyday 

I understand your frustration, I too have been in this position. I’m naturally a very impatient person and I’ve perused and sought tests, scans and consultations (probably a lot that we’re unnecessary!) in my endeavor to get to the bottom of this. I’m fortunate enough to have the finances to fund all this as my GP’s initially put it down to anxiety! After seeing many specialists and done extensive investigations an entire group of medical professionals have made a clear cut diagnosis. I am now in the hands of a “specialist” dr based in Chelsea who is treating numerous patients with the same symptoms. Let me know what your symptoms are and maybe I can help! 

What was your official diagnosis? That must have been a relief after months of fighting for one! I'm so glad you found a specialist who is willing to work with you. Please keep us updated on your progress! 

The symptoms I struggle with the most are head pressure, brain fog, memory issues, and physical weakness. I treat the head pressure and brain fog with Flonase, quercetin/bromelain, and ibuprofen, but the memory issues scare me. 


   
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@jeangrey yes, my doctor says not to worry 


   
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@rainyday this thing with memory scares me as well...I've lost my son's ergotherapy this week...even though I've written it on my hand the same morning! 🙁 not funny at all...


   
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@lp2021 Thank you very much for sharing your experience. Means a lot to me. Please tell me what was the outcome of the prominent veins? I too have them and it's been almost 4 months after 1Pf. I don't know what test to do. I did have color doppler twice and no thrombosis there. But what is the cause of this visible veins and capilars in my legs and even hands? What should I do? If anyone knows, please PM me. 


   
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@jaydev55how is your sleep now? There is a few of us who are suffering. Thanks for your time . 


   
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@plandistry thank you very much! I will Google everything and order...I hope it works!


   
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Posted by: @fortynowmz

@lp2021 Thank you very much for sharing your experience. Means a lot to me. Please tell me what was the outcome of the prominent veins? I too have them and it's been almost 4 months after 1Pf. I don't know what test to do. I did have color doppler twice and no thrombosis there. But what is the cause of this visible veins and capilars in my legs and even hands? What should I do? If anyone knows, please PM me.

@fortynowmz

I though about answering what I know, although it is too little, I know only one person who talks about the same thing.
She did not take the vax, but she has an intolerance to histamine.
It makes sense, histamine is a vasodilator, for example:
https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/8151062/?i=2&from=/7628185/related
Histamine-related problems have been reported in some cases post vax.
I also think it's an idea to investigate D-Dimer, just in case.


   
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@someone yes same - although heart issue seems to be continuing


   
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@charsen have you been able to put weight back on? Hope you are doing better. I still am suffering every day. 


   
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@charsen have you been able to put weight back on? Hope you are doing better. I still am suffering every day. 


   
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