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(@andyl89)
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Posted by: @tone
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@pearl444 

 

I will be 4 months out on the 15th and my dizziness has decreased as well, but it does come and go. But I have been experiencing joint pain lately it comes and goes too. My main issue is stiffness is my neck, back, and muscle spasms… it’s driving me crazy!  

I also experience my body feeling heavy like heavy limbs…

Has anyone experienced this??

Hi! How is your stiff neck? Has it resolved itself? I’m 6 months since symptoms began. The only thing I’m left with is a stiff neck and persistent tension headaches. It’s a nightmare.

What symptoms  did you have and how long before they subsided ? Did yiu take anything  or do anything? 

Hi! I had all the usual for the first 2-3 months. Tingling, twitching, spasms, burning sensations, pain behind eyes and tension headaches. I’m now 6 months on and all symptoms have gone apart from the headaches and stiff neck. I took b12 and magnesium/zinc. Not sure if it made any difference.


   
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@tennyson77 If you don’t mind me asking, what were your remaining symptoms that led your ENT to prescribe nasal steroids for blocked  Eustachian tubes? Thanks.

Well, I still have occasional vertigo, mostly inside at close distances (or in supermarkets and what not).  But I also feel pressure in my ears and sinuses, almost like I'm on an airplane.  It gets worse when I drink alcohol.  When it's really bad I feel pressure behind my ears too.  When she looked up my nose with a scope she said there was lots of mucus and my tubes looked blocked.

 


   
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Since today I have bad nausea.

 

Anyone else has nausea or had to vomit?

 

This makes me really anxious.


   
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Hey guys,

 

I made a mistake and read about some vaccination & vaccination deaths sides and I am now in panik.

 

Inspite of many of this unlucky people died few days or very shortly after taking the vaccine.

 

There were still people who died many weeks after the Vaccination.

 

Sorry for asking here this quesion: I guess the longer you are stayed alive the better are your chances.

But has anyone a statistics from which timeline a vaccinated person is not that much in danger to die. 

An it seems many die when they develop blood clots. What can we do to check if the body has Blood clots?

I talked to my doctor today about the d-dimer, but He told me this is too often falsely positive even when people have nothing.

 

Are there other ways to check if someone has blood clots in lungs or other paces of the body? Do you see lung blood clots in an xray? 

 

Or should we just take aspirin and bloodthinning medicine as a defender against blood clots?

 

Many thanks fpr your answers and idea's!

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I mean blood clots in organs (lungs for example), heart attacks and strokes are as far as I see the biggest dangers for vaccinated people.

Or am I that wrong with my "knowledge"?


   
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Made tomorrow early an appointment for the d-dimer test (in a labratory where you have to pay yourself).

 

I am same opinion like Dee, anyone who did the vacc should take a d-dimer test.

 


   
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Posted by: @watis

Made tomorrow early an appointment for the d-dimer test (in a labratory where you have to pay yourself).

 

I am same opinion like Dee, anyone who did the vacc should take a d-dimer test.

 

What is a d dimmer test?


   
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Posted by: @watis

I mean blood clots in organs (lungs for example), heart attacks and strokes are as far as I see the biggest dangers for vaccinated people.

Or am I that wrong with my "knowledge"?

I guess you are right but those symtomps are usually observed in the fırst weeks or months. 

For us the biggest danger is that; this is an autoimmune condition like sysmtemic mystocitos , Gullaın Barre sydnrome , lupus or even leukemia. I have read several academic papers about all of these disases following the Covid vaccination. 

There are many cases of sysmtemic lupus following vaccination... 

https://www.cureus.com/articles/82019-covid-19-vaccination-as-a-potential-trigger-for-new-onset-systemic-lupus-erythematosus


   
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Posted by: @jtranger

Anyone use Ivermectin and have it help? A lot of natural Doctors are are using it.

I tried it...21mg every third day for almost 3 months...sorry to say it didn't improve my symptoms


   
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@tone So does that break everyone  gets anxiety  as a symptom.  I'm 2 months in and feel that I will over come this. I've had moments  of anxiety  I think , but I thinkniv got a grip . When does this usually  kick in or do some not get this?

I would say not everyone gets it...I got it at the beginning, intermittently for about 6 mos...Now, I very rarely get it...I am 10 months...still have symptoms, but that one is just not a big one anymore


   
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Posted by: @tone

Best natural  remedies or supplements  for nerve pain , burning  sensations? Trying to stay away  from drugs. 

I am on a Facebook page for folks with vaccine/covid injuries...Lots of folks take B12 and magnesium for nerve pain and burning sensations and talk about really good results.  I don't have burning or nerve pain...

https://www.facebook.com/groups/786466028732617/

https://www.facebook.com/groups/1276589122754698/

You should join one, if not both groups...people really helping one another on these sites


   
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@gingerjones Thanks Ginger. That helps


   
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This is an interesting article:

Antibody responses and correlates of protection in the general population after two doses of vaccine

"At least 67% protection against infection was estimated to last for 2–3 months after two ChAdOx1 doses, for 5–8 months after two BNT162b2 doses in those without prior infection and for 1–2 years for those unvaccinated after natural infection."

https://www.nature.com/articles/s41591-022-01721-6

Covers a lot of the variables at play (i.e. age, sex, vaccine type, delays between shots, previous infection etc) with respect to spike antibody response.

I'm not in the medical field but perhaps it explains why some of us get better after a few months and others still struggling after a year. For those still struggling hopefully gives you some hope.

Andy


   
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@tone, @sunrise, @nresearcher, @plandistry, @someone Hello! I went to the chiropractor/kinesiologist yesterday. He had a hunch on my first visit that my symptoms (off balance, head pressure, brain fog, hazy vision, pressure around eyes, head vibration) were a result of EPV reactivation. The labs confirm I had EPV in the past. He believes the positive EPV IGG results along with all my white blood cells being within normal limits but in the low range points to chronic viral infection. I also had an elevated CRP (2.4 mg/L). He says he's read up a lot on this and feels strongly my particular case is because the vax (dose taken 4/29/21) reactivated my EPV. He asked me to take L-lysine and St. Johns Wort. He says he thinks I'll be better in 2 weeks if he is correct. Having been through many relapses since May, I am cautiously optimistic. 

Please note many of my early symptoms are significantly better by now. Dizziness/unsteadiness 95% improved, brain fog 80% improved, pressure around eye 60% improved, vibrations started 2 months ago but 50% improved. I now also have some numbness on my feet and left arm, neck pain that continues to come and go, heart rate increase/palpitations with minimal activities like vacuuming 🙁

St. John's Wort does have side effects and many drug interactions so please seek medical advice and research it well. It is commonly used for depression but the chiro believes it has anti-viral and anti-inflammatory properties. We discussed fluvoxamine (appears to have similar mechanism of action) which has been shown to help in COVID and he believes this proves his point. 

I will definitely let you know how I'm doing in a couple of weeks. Prayers up for all of us. 

@tone, @sunrise, @nresearcher, @plandistry, @someone, @gm1988 I wanted to follow up to let you know what happened with my holistic doctor. I quoted my previous post to remind you of where I am with my case. This forum is not the easiest to navigate when searching previous posts.

I went back to the holistic doctor and told him my energy level is finally normalizing (95%), my head pressure has improved tremendously (95%) and the head vibration is much improved as well. My heart rate also seems to have normalized and my brain fog is probably at 90% of where it should be. He believes this proves his theory about my case being caused by EBV is correct. He firmly believes much of the long COVID/vax issues stem from reactivation of viruses like EBV. He says he will keep me on St. Johns wort and L-Lysine for 6 more weeks (total - 8 weeks) and see how I am doing. I asked him to order an ANA lab test and I will be seeing a rheumatologist on March 21.

Although it's been over 10 months since my single vax, I don't believe my recent symptom improvement is a result of time passing. I had plateaued. I had good days and bad days, I even had good weeks and bad weeks, but the good ones were never as good as I have felt the past 7 - 10 days. The anti-inflammatory diet has been helpful but I do think these supplements have helped me. I have actually felt like my pre-vax self for the past few days without restricting my activities. I was beginning to think this would be impossible to achieve.

Again, I remain "cautiously" optimistic. I've been through many relapses and symptoms have disappeared only to have new ones appear. We shall see. 


   
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Posted by: @carym23
Posted by: @carym23

@tone, @sunrise, @nresearcher, @plandistry, @someone Hello! I went to the chiropractor/kinesiologist yesterday. He had a hunch on my first visit that my symptoms (off balance, head pressure, brain fog, hazy vision, pressure around eyes, head vibration) were a result of EPV reactivation. The labs confirm I had EPV in the past. He believes the positive EPV IGG results along with all my white blood cells being within normal limits but in the low range points to chronic viral infection. I also had an elevated CRP (2.4 mg/L). He says he's read up a lot on this and feels strongly my particular case is because the vax (dose taken 4/29/21) reactivated my EPV. He asked me to take L-lysine and St. Johns Wort. He says he thinks I'll be better in 2 weeks if he is correct. Having been through many relapses since May, I am cautiously optimistic. 

Please note many of my early symptoms are significantly better by now. Dizziness/unsteadiness 95% improved, brain fog 80% improved, pressure around eye 60% improved, vibrations started 2 months ago but 50% improved. I now also have some numbness on my feet and left arm, neck pain that continues to come and go, heart rate increase/palpitations with minimal activities like vacuuming 🙁

St. John's Wort does have side effects and many drug interactions so please seek medical advice and research it well. It is commonly used for depression but the chiro believes it has anti-viral and anti-inflammatory properties. We discussed fluvoxamine (appears to have similar mechanism of action) which has been shown to help in COVID and he believes this proves his point. 

I will definitely let you know how I'm doing in a couple of weeks. Prayers up for all of us. 

@tone, @sunrise, @nresearcher, @plandistry, @someone, @gm1988 I wanted to follow up to let you know what happened with my holistic doctor. I quoted my previous post to remind you of where I am with my case. This forum is not the easiest to navigate when searching previous posts.

I went back to the holistic doctor and told him my energy level is finally normalizing (95%), my head pressure has improved tremendously (95%) and the head vibration is much improved as well. My heart rate also seems to have normalized and my brain fog is probably at 90% of where it should be. He believes this proves his theory about my case being caused by EBV is correct. He firmly believes much of the long COVID/vax issues stem from reactivation of viruses like EBV. He says he will keep me on St. Johns wort and L-Lysine for 6 more weeks (total - 8 weeks) and see how I am doing. I asked him to order an ANA lab test and I will be seeing a rheumatologist on March 21.

Although it's been over 10 months since my single vax, I don't believe my recent symptom improvement is a result of time passing. I had plateaued. I had good days and bad days, I even had good weeks and bad weeks, but the good ones were never as good as I have felt the past 7 - 10 days. The anti-inflammatory diet has been helpful but I do think these supplements have helped me. I have actually felt like my pre-vax self for the past few days without restricting my activities. I was beginning to think this would be impossible to achieve.

Again, I remain "cautiously" optimistic. I've been through many relapses and symptoms have disappeared only to have new ones appear. We shall see. 

Great to hear ! What supplements  were you taking again ? And what were your symptoms  again? Nerve pain at all ? Insomnia ? 


   
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