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@centralx I think plenty have recovered 100%, but they don't come back here because their symptoms are gone and this site is probably the last thing on their mind. Out of sight, out of mind.

Hi, I'm not so sure about that. I used to be a regular here but visit less frequent now because I still have symptoms and feel conscious of the fact that people are looking for good recovery news and hope and I don't want to harp on about my miserable ongoing symptoms. I have tried many remedies all tried by people here, the only real relief I had was when I took ivermectin for a week and I had no symptoms then but when I tried it the second time it wasn't as effective. I am currently trying eastern white pine needle tea (second day) and apart from an aching stomach, my giddiness is less. I am waiting for the day when I can give good news and hope to all. 🙏


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@hopetofeelbetter 

Hello,

Have you had H.pylori after the second dose?

I just got a call from my doctor that they found H.pylori in my stomach and have to start immediately on 3 antibiotics treatment.

So I have been wondering if anyone else experienced the same problem. I had my second Physer dose on November, 2021 and since than, I have been with a pain above my stomach and under my chest. The pain was very strong the first couple of days and get lighter with the time. So I am wondering if anyone eles has had the same issue?

Thanks,

Zlatka

 


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Posted by: @thamollusk

@centralx I think plenty have recovered 100%, but they don't come back here because their symptoms are gone and this site is probably the last thing on their mind. Out of sight, out of mind.

Hi, I'm not so sure about that. I used to be a regular here but visit less frequent now because I still have symptoms and feel conscious of the fact that people are looking for good recovery news and hope and I don't want to harp on about my miserable ongoing symptoms. I have tried many remedies all tried by people here, the only real relief I had was when I took ivermectin for a week and I had no symptoms then but when I tried it the second time it wasn't as effective. I am currently trying eastern white pine needle tea (second day) and apart from an aching stomach, my giddiness is less. I am waiting for the day when I can give good news and hope to all. 🙏

What are your symptoms  and how how long  have yiu been with this ? Any recovery  ? 


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Posted by: @thamollusk

@centralx I think plenty have recovered 100%, but they don't come back here because their symptoms are gone and this site is probably the last thing on their mind. Out of sight, out of mind.

Hi, I'm not so sure about that. I used to be a regular here but visit less frequent now because I still have symptoms and feel conscious of the fact that people are looking for good recovery news and hope and I don't want to harp on about my miserable ongoing symptoms. I have tried many remedies all tried by people here, the only real relief I had was when I took ivermectin for a week and I had no symptoms then but when I tried it the second time it wasn't as effective. I am currently trying eastern white pine needle tea (second day) and apart from an aching stomach, my giddiness is less. I am waiting for the day when I can give good news and hope to all. 🙏

What are your symptoms  and how how long  have yiu been with this ? Any recovery  ? 

Hi, first AZ vaccine February '21, second AZ vaccine May '21.

Positives -  migraines not so frequent and debilitating as they were, no longer dizzy turning over in bed, balance issues improving, sight issues improving (blurry like a migraine aura but all checked out ok with optician), tiredness improving not so debilitating.

Negatives - muzzy head usually with dizziness, tinnitus, memory not so sharp, forgetful, earache and ear pressure comes and goes (popping), feels like I'm coming down with a cold that never develops, sensitive to heat and noise, chills, restless legs at night, poor sleep some nights,  stiff neck, aches and pains from anywhere then goes mostly knee pain, Ibs symptoms, appetite all over the place some days poor others better, weight loss. Sugary foods make my symptoms worse so does stress and anxiety.

Concentration poor, loved doing crosswords but can't even complete one now, can't watch television only small screens but this is improving.

Bloods recently showed increase glucose and cholesterol, never happened before but had the glucose ones redone and they were normal again. Going back in three months.

I haven't driven throughout but may have to tomorrow, my husband needs an eye examination. 🙏😊


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@sunrise thank you! The thing is that disseminated Zoster accounts for nearly all, before it overlaps with EBV reactivation (cancer, leukaemia, blood issues) and CMV reactivation relating to cardiopathies and ‘thrombin’ issues. Take this insurance company and their descriptions, all are covered by rashless disseminated zoster. 

Nerve Damage and Pain

Your nerves carry messages between the brain and the rest of the body. Motor nerves tell your muscles to move, and sensory nerves bring messages to the brain that signal pain, pressure and other sensations.

Nerves are fragile and can be damaged easily. These injuries can stop the signals to and from the brain, causing muscles to stop working properly and loss of feeling in a body area. In some cases, the protective covering of nerves called myelin is damaged. This can cause weakness, paralysis or other issues.

Rarely, certain vaccines can cause nerve conditions, such as:

  • Acute disseminated encephalomyelitis (ADEM). This condition is a sudden inflammation of the brain and spinal cord.
  • Brachial neuritis. Brachial neuritis affects nerves that control muscles in the shoulders, arms and hands.
  • Guillain-Barré syndrome. This disorder causes the immune system to attack the peripheral nerves that go from the spinal cord to the arms, hands, legs and feet.
  • Optic neuritis. This occurs when inflammation damages the protective myelin covering of the optic nerve that sends visual information from the retina to the brain.
  • Shoulder pain. Shoulder injury related to vaccine administration, or SIRVA, happens when a vaccine is injected into the shoulder capsule instead of the deltoid muscle.
  • Transverse myelitis. This condition causes the entire width of the spinal cord to become inflamed, resulting in weakness and numbness.

At this time, those who may have experienced nerve damage or pain as a result of a COVID-19 vaccine are not able to file a vaccine injury claim under the National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program (VICP) as the COVID-19 vaccines are not covered by the VICP. The COVID-19 vaccines are currently covered by the Counter Measures Injury Compensation Program and you can get more information that program at https://www.hrsa.gov/cicp .

Brachial Neuritis and Vaccines

Brachial neuritis, also known as Parsonage-Turner syndrome, affects the brachial plexus, which contains nerves that control muscles in the shoulders, arms and hands.

Brachial neuritis sometimes happens after an infection, a surgery, a lumbar puncture (spinal tap) or other tests or treatments. Rarely, it can result after a vaccine.

Symptoms can include:

  • Burning sensation
  • Loss of feeling
  • Loss of function
  • Severe, sharp pain
  • Weakness

See a doctor if you have signs of brachial neuritis.

Transverse Myelitis and Vaccines

With transverse myelitis, the entire width of the spinal cord becomes inflamed, leading to weakness, tingling and other problems.

The condition is caused by infections, autoimmune disorders and damage to the nerve fibers caused by the loss of myelin, or the protective sheath around nerves. In rare cases, transverse myelitis is related to vaccines.

People with this condition can have symptoms such as:

  • Back pain
  • Bladder problems
  • Bowel problems
  • Limb weakness
  • Numbness
  • Trouble with coordination

If you have symptoms of this condition after a vaccination, see a doctor right away.


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Anyone having  issue or symptoms of joints and bones feel as they are rubbing   ir creaking when you move ? 


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@tone This is my 9th month after the second vaccine. Now not only rubbing and creaking sounds from bones but I probably have full blown osteoporosis. I had only 2 episodes of bone pain lasting for 2-3 day but amount of damage to my bones was comparable to years of rheumatism. All test results came back clean (except low alkaline phosphatase). Now I am waiting for ANA (antinuclear antibody test) which will probabyl be positive.  My doctors suspect lupus but I am pretty sure it is MCAS.

My advice is if you feel pain and/or heat sensations coming from your bones, immediately apply thermo gel ice packs and start to use corticostroids. 


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@sunrise 

Lyme disease. I had not forgotten about the Spirochetes, and indeed all my attention has been focused in their direction until more recently. The Treponemes especially. 


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@asanders sorry, but the trouble is that doctors haven’t the foggiest idea what Lupus is or why the body raises Anti-nuclear antibodies. Some people develop the symptoms of Lupus due to taking Omeprazole. Which itself causes microbiome dysbiosis and is indicated for ulcerative colitis. Then.... then we have steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs. What do they do? They LOWER the immune response across the entire spectrum. What does this do? It benefits any pathogen that is not included in your normal microbiome. ie ‘Self’. And this is the weird part of it. 
There are many naturally occurring anti-inflammatory drugs and I would highlight NEEM (leaf), MORINGA (leaf) COCONUT (milk water, oil). Moringa leaf contains  more calcium than milk. They are all antiviral. Neem (wishing tree) and Moringa (miracle tree)are superfoods, coconut water is close enough to blood serum that it can be injected instead of saline. 
Medical science is doing us NO favours. 
Consider looking up some of the other trees that grow around the Equator, and consider we come from the Equator. Which is why women can bear children all year round; No seasons.... aka Paradise.  
The vaccines, they ought to tell us something, no? Nature vs Nuture. 
I’ll go with Nature 100 times out of 100, home is where the heart is. We are natures human beings, not Pfizer’s. 


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Hi guys just thought I’d drop a message to help encourage people, a couple of months ago I didn’t think I could go on if this was going to be my life just turned 28 last month. Got my vaccine on June 26th and a from a month after then my life was completely changed. Now 7 months after my symptoms started I managed to return to work for half a day today. 
recovery can be very slow and there are definitely relapses but I’m so much better I can’t put into words how much a difference in 2 months can make a lot more happier. And symptoms are a lot less frequent/strong they really have tailed off, don’t get me wrong I still feel shitty everyday but I can cope with where I am at the minute. 
I had 5 months where I didn’t really feel any improvement, was very scared that i will not get improvement. I really think what helps the most is time and also pushing your self exercise is a must guys even if it’s a little amount but that’s been a massive game changer I started off just waking round my garden for 10 mins as I couldn’t bare to go outside. Then managed 20 mins everything got easier now I can do an hour walk outside which is a massive improvement! 

keep faith I honestly can’t say if I’ll ever be the same as I was. but I can say I’m so much better. I’ve had everything symptom going on this forum. I still get chest pains and breathing is still shit. But slow steps. It may be the case that it may take years to fully recover so much is not known. Doesn't mean you should stop pushing yourselfs even if it’s been 1 month or 10 months hopefully this post will give people a bit of a push to help get them back on track. 


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Hi guys just thought I’d drop a message to help encourage people, a couple of months ago I didn’t think I could go on if this was going to be my life just turned 28 last month. Got my vaccine on June 26th and a from a month after then my life was completely changed. Now 7 months after my symptoms started I managed to return to work for half a day today. 
recovery can be very slow and there are definitely relapses but I’m so much better I can’t put into words how much a difference in 2 months can make a lot more happier. And symptoms are a lot less frequent/strong they really have tailed off, don’t get me wrong I still feel shitty everyday but I can cope with where I am at the minute. 
I had 5 months where I didn’t really feel any improvement, was very scared that i will not get improvement. I really think what helps the most is time and also pushing your self exercise is a must guys even if it’s a little amount but that’s been a massive game changer I started off just waking round my garden for 10 mins as I couldn’t bare to go outside. Then managed 20 mins everything got easier now I can do an hour walk outside which is a massive improvement! 

keep faith I honestly can’t say if I’ll ever be the same as I was. but I can say I’m so much better. I’ve had everything symptom going on this forum. I still get chest pains and breathing is still shit. But slow steps. It may be the case that it may take years to fully recover so much is not known. Doesn't mean you should stop pushing yourselfs even if it’s been 1 month or 10 months hopefully this post will give people a bit of a push to help get them back on track. 

Awesome to hear ! Did you do supplements  or special  diet ? What worked for you ? I'm 7 weeks in almost . So far  mild symptoms.  Long road ahead . Staying  positive.  


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Hi guys just thought I’d drop a message to help encourage people, a couple of months ago I didn’t think I could go on if this was going to be my life just turned 28 last month. Got my vaccine on June 26th and a from a month after then my life was completely changed. Now 7 months after my symptoms started I managed to return to work for half a day today. 
recovery can be very slow and there are definitely relapses but I’m so much better I can’t put into words how much a difference in 2 months can make a lot more happier. And symptoms are a lot less frequent/strong they really have tailed off, don’t get me wrong I still feel shitty everyday but I can cope with where I am at the minute. 
I had 5 months where I didn’t really feel any improvement, was very scared that i will not get improvement. I really think what helps the most is time and also pushing your self exercise is a must guys even if it’s a little amount but that’s been a massive game changer I started off just waking round my garden for 10 mins as I couldn’t bare to go outside. Then managed 20 mins everything got easier now I can do an hour walk outside which is a massive improvement! 

keep faith I honestly can’t say if I’ll ever be the same as I was. but I can say I’m so much better. I’ve had everything symptom going on this forum. I still get chest pains and breathing is still shit. But slow steps. It may be the case that it may take years to fully recover so much is not known. Doesn't mean you should stop pushing yourselfs even if it’s been 1 month or 10 months hopefully this post will give people a bit of a push to help get them back on track. 

Boy did I need to read a message like this...I have been having a terrible time last two weeks...10 months tomorrow since my second vaccination...Your message is such a pick me up and I needed to be reminded that having faith and giving it time will help us all


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@gingerjones keep it up 💪 take it a week at time even if it takes you a few more months trust that you will feel better it’s definitely achievable! 


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@tone honestly not really to sure what was the magic thing what helped I’ve read so many supplements and that on here you just lose track 😂 I would say I’m on a very lose dose heart medication called ivarbradine which has helped my heart get back to a sort of rhythm. Inhalers and nac to try help my breathing probiotics helped and ginger and turmeric seems to calm my systems down. At night I’ve had to take sleeping tablets but in all fairness I take a quarter of one to go to sleep so I think it’s probably more in my mind rather than the sleeping pill 😂  

Moderate exercise and time was a big change for me but may not be the best solution for everyone. I was in a very dark place and was so down beat about everything then around Christmas time my body just decided to give me a healing hand. Dizziness literally just went I think exercise really helped balance it back out but can’t be 100 percent sure 😂 hope you are healing 😊


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@tone honestly not really to sure what was the magic thing what helped I’ve read so many supplements and that on here you just lose track 😂 I would say I’m on a very lose dose heart medication called ivarbradine which has helped my heart get back to a sort of rhythm. Inhalers and nac to try help my breathing probiotics helped and ginger and turmeric seems to calm my systems down. At night I’ve had to take sleeping tablets but in all fairness I take a quarter of one to go to sleep so I think it’s probably more in my mind rather than the sleeping pill 😂  

Moderate exercise and time was a big change for me but may not be the best solution for everyone. I was in a very dark place and was so down beat about everything then around Christmas time my body just decided to give me a healing hand. Dizziness literally just went I think exercise really helped balance it back out but can’t be 100 percent sure 😂 hope you are healing 😊

Msy I ask what symptoms  you had and how they progressed than went away ? Lots of relapses?


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