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@sickofthis I think there are blood works that you can do for lupus that checks the antibodies. I think I got those and they were negative. 


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Totally sucks. Just came to say that I had a lot of the same symptoms you described. Tingly head, pressure in head/face particularly behind my eye. Constantly lightheaded, etc. But I got the Johnson Johnson vaccine. Going on 9+ months now and only slightly better than it used to be. I regret getting the JJ vaccine, but sounds like any of them could have caused this. Hope we all get back to normal soon!


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Posted by: @windsor

@sickofthis I think there are blood works that you can do for lupus that checks the antibodies. I think I got those and they were negative. 

Any clue what these test were?


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Update - 

Spoke to my rheumatologist. Of course he said my symptoms was from my fibro... (Which doesn't react this way for me) He is sending me for more bloodwork and will see me in 4 months. He is checking my thyroid, anyone else had that checked? Told me to carry on, exercise which I am.

I've been doing chiro appointments, he told me that the muscles in my neck are probably messed up because when I got the shot 7 months ago, my lymphnodes enflamed and my muscles got jammed up and never returned to normal. This led to my current neck issues and with time, weakness. He has me doing exercises for those muscles. He said that would build strength and change the muscle memory to stop my muscles from getting tight in the same way over and over.

This week my husband and I suspect we have COVID. I don't have all the regular symptoms but he does. My tremors and lightheadedness were bad one day almost to starting point, then my brain fog. Today I feel 80% as good as I can. No tremors. I assume the antibody are doing something.maybe cancelling each other out? Who knows but I've felt better then I did before even if I had that set back this week. 

Some updates on this roller coaster journey. Haven't had the booster just 2 Moderna shots 7 months ago. Another suggestion is track, track, track everything. Including your supplements/treatment/meds and symptoms. You will learn patterns and flare up. There are good apps (like flaredown) that will help you do that and even show you graphics. Information is key and you can upload an excel document and share that with your doctors. 


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@sickofthis Its not lupus specific but ANA and along side regular routine blood (checks your white and red blood counts) test. https://www.webmd.com/a-to-z-guides/what-is-an-antinuclear-antibody-test But ANA is a specialized tests, not rare but it also checks for rheumatoid arthritis and other common autoimmune diseases. Not sure where you live, but here in Canada, because my family doctor was not just routinely checking me for common autoimmune (which is dumb because we have alot of immune system stuff going, even if they disagree with the vaccine - hence from our head to toe symptoms, they should void common autoimmune) so I went to a walk in clinic and got the blood work from another doctor (didn't say it was the vaccine but told him my symptoms and that I wanted to void auto immune). An idea if your family doctor is hesitant to test you for stuff. Some on here have gotten positive ANA but not everyone, but if you do, you can also have more specialized care from a specialist, If it was positive. 


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 І had an electroneurography of the muscles and I'm waiting for the doctor's answer.

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@mina 

I also lost weight and my muscles are like a rag. this is scary . I do not know what to do.


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I'm back from my provider's office and once again left with no answers. I had a brain CT, x-ray of my spine, and an autoimmune panel that all came back "normal." I'm thankful I'm free from any serious illness, but incredibly disheartened by the entire experience. I don't FEEL "normal." There is SOMETHING wrong and it's frustrating that my provider isn't willing to look further into it. I didn't bother showing her the Science article about COVID vaccines causing long-haul symptoms; after telling me I was in perfect health and that my issues were likely caused by allergies, I could tell she wouldn't be receptive. Thank God for my own abilities to research supplements and holistic treatments - and a HUGE thank God for this forum, because without it, I have no idea what I'd do. 


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Posted by: @martaariza

@sara90 Any news on your test about the sharp pain on your chest? Mines are milder, Neurologist said can be the cover of the nerve that is somehow worn out. They did electro and ecocardiogram and all good and I know is not related to the hurt cos sometimes is in my right chest. I am gonna have a electromamiogram to check the nerves on that area next week. Anyway I feel it gets worse when I eat with lots of salt or sugar. I don't know if you experience the same.

Hi Marta, Ive had a mammogram and ultrasound and they were both clear. The pain I had in my breast has subsided. It lasted about 2 months. I’m happy to hear you’re feeling better! 


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Posted by: @rainyday

I'm back from my provider's office and once again left with no answers. I had a brain CT, x-ray of my spine, and an autoimmune panel that all came back "normal." I'm thankful I'm free from any serious illness, but incredibly disheartened by the entire experience. I don't FEEL "normal." There is SOMETHING wrong and it's frustrating that my provider isn't willing to look further into it. I didn't bother showing her the Science article about COVID vaccines causing long-haul symptoms; after telling me I was in perfect health and that my issues were likely caused by allergies, I could tell she wouldn't be receptive. Thank God for my own abilities to research supplements and holistic treatments - and a HUGE thank God for this forum, because without it, I have no idea what I'd do. 

I definitely share your frustration. May I ask what the autoimmune panel is called? Does the bloodwork have a certain name? It is great that everything came back normal, although I understand the frustration. Have you tried taking an antihistamine? That way if it didn’t help you then you could tell your Dr that to maybe show them it’s not allergies.


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I have an update here after further research and testing.

Our testing began by applying a low density electrical charge to a person over the primary input/output blood vessels in the left arm. We did this using the following Bob Beck Blood Electrifier;

https://www.etsy.com/listing/539911392/

Our investigation and tests of this are early, and our number of subjects are limited. However I believe we have some early data to share. This device works with a dial from 1-10 with how much charge is applied to the blood. In the test group we had several healthy, unvaccinated people who could raise the dial to 9-10 range before experiencing ANY discomfort. What we found was, when our vaccinated test subjects were undergoing a 'worsening' episode of symptoms they could only tolerate around 1-2 maximum before the device offered them a pain response and became uncomfortable. When they were in phases where they didn't have a large number of symptoms, and were generally functional they could tolerate much higher levels. 5, 6, even 7-8.

Why is this relevant? Because early investigation showed a strange static charge in some vaccinated folks. Early studies seem to also show that spike proteins are vulnerable to electrical charges.

https://www.nature.com/articles/s41467-021-25478-7

The SARS-CoV-2 spike protein is vulnerable to moderate electric fields

We conclude that the spike protein of SARS-CoV-2 (and especially its RBD) is unusually vulnerable to external electric fields.

https://pubs.rsc.org/en/content/articlelanding/2021/sm/d1sm00232e

Electrostatic interactions between the SARS-CoV-2 virus and a charged electret fibre

https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/34905671/

SARS-CoV-2 variant Omicron (B.1.1.529) is in a rising trend of mutations increasing the positive electric charge in crucial regions of the spike protein

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC8647725/

Positive Electric Residues in the Crucial Spike Glycoprotein S Regions of the New SARS-CoV-2 Variants

 

I'd suggest that this is worthy of testing by others in relation to the body generating spike proteins post vaccination, especially during episodic incidents. 

 

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Posted by: @elena1690

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I also lost weight and my muscles are like a rag. this is scary . I do not know what to do.

I understand you. I've lost so much weight that people no longer recognize me, i'm like a skeleton😞


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I just wanted to say what really helped my heart palpitations was taking Magnesium taurate and Astragalis root capsules. I don’t get heart palpitations any more and my resting heart rate is lower. Just make sure you get magnesium taurate and not another form of magnesium. My chest pains are also less. Now my last symptom remaining is pressure in my head.


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@sickofthis I'm not sure what the name of the autoimmune panel was; I know it tested for rheumatoid arthritis, ANA, etc. I would ask your provider to run a full blood workup to rule out autoimmune disorders. 

Antihistamines do provide relief for my symptoms, but not because I have allergies; they suppress the immune system enough to temporarily reduce inflammation and (I suspect) temporarily stop the body from attacking itself. Many people suffering from vaccine injury report antihistamines and steroids give them temporary relief from symptoms. 

A majority of providers, including my own, aren't receptive to vaccine injuries (i.e. they "don't exist"), and are therefore reluctant to prescribe medications or supplements off-label to treat symptoms.

This is unbelievable, but I've come to realize I can treat MYSELF better than a provider can at this point. Until the FDA and CDC come forward with these adverse effects, doctors will be clueless (willfully so) about how to help us. 


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Posted by: @lookingforanswers

@mina aww I’m so sorry to hear. I’m dealing with dry eyes, dry mouth. Headaches off and on, feel like I’m on a boat, restless at times, insomnia is horrible. 🙏

Are you using anything for your dry eyes...this is one of the symptoms I am currently dealing with


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