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Vertigo, Muscle twinges, and more


Kate
 Kate
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Hi. I'm not one to complain, I had Covid and it was awful, but I recovered. I was so happy to get the vaccine. But I'm having some side effects 4 months later, nothing life threatening or life altering, but it does affect my life and it's a bit scary. I have filled out forms with the FDA, but there are no message boards online, which I find odd. Does anyone know where I can turn to for support? 


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vishalghatul1
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hi. i had my first covaxin dose two weeks ago. didnt work well for me. next day i had red rashes on my whole body.it was itching badly . couldnt sleep for two days . no private doctor could help me. cause they had no idea of vaccine allergies or their antidote.  only government doctor could precribe the medicine for it.


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TheWalk
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I had covid.

I got a rash. Also woke up with wet sweats and headache. This was weeks after the contagious part left me.

Here is my explanation. Our bodies reacted to covid by sending out white blood cells. If you have stress then there is inflammation.  I already had preexisting inflammation,,,so this sends out cortisol which slows down healing. I got covid June 10, june 16 extreme vertigo, that now has settled on as vestibular symptoms.My face and neck inflammation has gone down. Doesnt feel like a starfish is just under my nose, cheeks. I still have weird feelings. Like pins are coming out of my forehead,  weird buzzing feeling in differant body parts.

I have had ear issues prior to covid.

I had two vertigo attacks this year. Both cured by doing reply at home! Also when child,  car sick, throw up. Teenager vertigo, ear wax build up.

Adult vertigo once every other year.

Now what I have is a monster living inside my head. It doesnt let my eyes and ears work together.I also have prior to covid, cognitive disorder NOS, ADHD,  hasimotos, fibromyalgia.  So the covid attacked what already was there.


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BillyBob
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Posted by: @kate0803

Hi. I'm not one to complain, I had Covid and it was awful, but I recovered. I was so happy to get the vaccine. But I'm having some side effects 4 months later, nothing life threatening or life altering, but it does affect my life and it's a bit scary. I have filled out forms with the FDA, but there are no message boards online, which I find odd. Does anyone know where I can turn to for support? 

How do you know you do not have long COVID?  That's where some people have various COVID symptoms after a real infection.  You should check what other long COVID sufferers experience to confirm if it's similar you are experiencing before blaming it on the vaccine.


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