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Pfizer long lasting side affects? (dizziness, pins and needles/burning, heavy handedness on one side)

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(@dcansteygmail-com)
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Dizzy-Floaty-Balance - Have been struggling for over 10 months now. So very frustrating and some days more difficult than others. Seems to be getting worse, not better.  With NO answers from Doctors or tests, I keep coming back to the Vaccines, as this all started after i received the 4th Covid Booster Vaccine.  I have had all these tests done: Blood work, ECG, Cat Scans, Echograms, MRI Brain/Head, Eye Tests, ENT testing, Physio/Accupunture/Gunn Dry Needling, ALL tests come back Normal or have not helped.  The Balance issue has just started a few weeks ago, adding to the frustrating Dizzy/Floaty feeling. I am on wait list for a Neurologist Appointment, but in meanwhile i remain confused as to why a normally healthy person can suffer with these onset of Issues, with No answers!


   
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(@kevin)
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@dcansteygmail-com the jabs. end of story. they knew. depopulation- very sorry.


   
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(@oliklay8)
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Hello) I can see you're going through a tough time with these unusual symptoms, especially after your COVID-19 vaccination. It's definitely an interesting and concerning experience. Seeking help from a doctor and being referred to a neurologist is a positive step. Neurologists can conduct more comprehensive examinations and might offer more precise insights into what's happening.

Every individual's response to vaccines can differ, and it seems your experience has been quite unique. It's essential to follow up with your medical examinations and keep track of any updates regarding your health. My sister takes this medication, she too has had flare ups for long periods of time.


   
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(@sarahzb)
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@dcansteygmail-com Hi! I developed the same symptoms after the second phizer shot back in October 2021. A week after the vax I had a very bad headache with dizziness and nausea. I went to the ER my blood pressure was over the roof, I was monitored throughout the night, got stable and for the dizziness I was told I had vertigo and that it would go away in due time... well... it didn't for almost 2 years. I had so many other weird symptoms the following months, I felt as if I had electricity constantly running all over my body, when walking I felt inside as if I was a toddler learning to walk but everyone around me would not see anything abnormal on the outside. I noticed things like my hands didn't seem to have the strength to use a pair of cissors and to make the connection between my brain and the movements that action implies took long and it felt awkward. Very weird and frightening changes... but I will focus on the dizziness and balance issues since these were the ones that persisted in time. (All the others faded after months) 

The dizziness was so strong I felt as if I was having the worst hang over I've had in my life, my eyes felt as if they were dancing on their own separate from whatever movements my head would do (not nigstamus that was later ruled out), I also felt like my head was this giant balloon trying to find balance with my tiny body, I had pressure on the sides of my head and if standing I felt I was a pendulum trying to find it's center to no avail. Please add endless nausea to the equation. 

I went to the neurologist first. MRI with contrast came out clean, my blood pressure was under control, all blood, urine and whatever other tests were normal. I explained to the neurologist everything I felt regarding electricity flowing all over my body etc and since everything came back normal he cleared me and suggested I see an ENT. 

I was lucky enough to be referred to a Neuro-ENT ... he knows about the ear but also it's relationship to the brain. I got many tests done. One test showed the vestibular function of the right eart was only at 43%... I always insisted that this happened after the vax, he said he could not relate it to the vax but explained that it is known that viruses can affect the vestibular function. Because of the pressure I had on the sides of my head I was diagnosed with two different names: 1) vestibular migranes 2) right ear vestibular hipofunction. 

I was suggested vestibular physical therapy and also prescribed *topiramate* once daily. It seems that on trial and off label basis, topiramate contributes to vestibular function. I started physical therapy and I was discouraged because apparently people start to see results 9weeks in training... I didn't see much. I stopped for some months and after another ENT follow up, I agreed I would try again. I did, but this time I stayed for as long as I could notice changes. Changes were extremely slow and small but in time I could have some relief. (Not to say that I was not dizzy. But at least I had more balance, the strength of the dizziness went from 10 to probably a 4 and at that point I was happy with that) (it took months to get here)

In June this year (2023) I decided to start fasting and cut sugars and carbs out of my diet. That made a significant change in the dizziness.  little by little I started having moments where I suddenly was not dizzy... then those moments got longer and I've been borderline normal since September this year. 

Another thing to consider, good sleep, the nights that for whatever reason I could not sleep well, dizziness and nausea would grow in strength. I used to sleep half way seated because full horizontal position would immediately kick the nausea in and I would wake up in the middle of the night with the feeling of sleeping in a boat in the middle of the sea. Nowadays I am starting to use lees pillows and come out of bed remembering what it is to just jump out of it without feeling like I have been drugged. I still get brain fog ( another symptom post vax) but compared to what I went through, I can push through it. 

Time, tons of patience, topiramate, 8hrs sleep and proper eating habits could probably work for whomever needs help. You are not alone and I promised myself back in 2021 when I found this web page that I would come back to tell what worked for me to get better. Hope it helps. Blessings to all. 

 

 

 

 


   
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@Hi,  I understand what you have been going through. I had a 4th vaccine in 2021. A couple of month after that I started getting dizzy. Not vertigo but balance. It got so bad that I had to get a walker. Had all kinds of tests, MRI, ENT, blood Cscan, etc. Nothing found for the cause of the extreme dizziness. It would sometimes come on in waves. PT was helping some. Eventually it got better and I was able to do almost everything I needed. As time has gone on my overall health has gotten worse. I have developed several UTIs which have caused stomach upset, I now have Afib and a fissure in my rectum.  The only time I don't feel dizzy is when I am sitting down or lying down. I'm going on my 3rd year of this condition and feel quite depressed. I have had to give up driving and many social outlets because I never know what my day will be like. Sometimes I feel like i have the flu!!!! Tingling in my lower left leg, fatigue and more difficulty concentrating. I take thyroid, an antidepressant  and now high blood pressure med for the Afib. I am 82, normal weight, low carb diet, and no major health problems except the dizziness. I feel like these symptoms will never go away.


   
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@dcansteygmail-com Hi, Not to be discouraging but I went through the same thing starting in April 2021. a couple of months after a COVID vaccine. It's now Dec. 23 and I have dizziness every time I stand up. I did have all of the tests including an ENT. Got prescription glasses, tried medication for dizziness, PT.. I have had 2 more vaccines because I don't want to get the COVID  which I did get this August. I was able to get the medication for it because of my age and had a light case. Have had more headaches since then. I am 82 and that may have something to do with my over all health and ability to heal.  I hope and pray that you can find some kind of help with medication or therapy to become symptom free very soon. You are in my thoughts and prayers.


   
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(@rachel)
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@regretim i hope this works.

 

I posted towards the end of 2021.  During the early part of 2023 i was forced to have the third vaccine.  I chose Novavax.  It was the second biggest mistake of my life.  The first; taking the covid jabs. 

It has cost me my health.  My heart is stinging.  I am on ivermectim and disprin and yes have spent a fortune at health shops and chemists seeking out solutions to the myriad of health issues.  I was healthy.  My health has completed been taken.

 

My left hip has collapsed; my spine and i have continual nerve pain.  


   
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(@rachel)
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@kevin     Yes; that is true.  However, for those that are now awake and vaccine afflicted and realise that it is futile to have constly MRis and scans; what can be done?  

 

I have just started to revisit this site.  It was hard to get to anything from 2023.  I am very glad i persevered.  I am taking all the supplements mentioned in one detailed post.  The only thing i havent done is fast.  

 

Nerve pain is horrendous.  Not being able to sit without pain.  What if they force more vaccines through the WHO; then what?  Angus Dalgleish has written a new book and you can easily read it on the kindle app.  Similarly, Robert Kennedy Jnr has also brought out a new publication worth reading.    

 

Just this weekend i heard of someone who has had to have a stent put into their heart.  They are not seeing hard plaques.  They are seeing something that appears to be the micro clots that we see in the film Died Suddenly. Soft and Rubbery was the description.   This person had the stinging heart and was lucky to get treated.  


   
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(@rachel)
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I am not improving despite all the things i am trying.   Infact; i can honestly say that i can add to the lists of vaccine injuries experienced.  We were all healthy before the jab!  


   
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(@libbyboyd)
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That's...very concerning and I can understand your concern. It is important that you consult a doctor and go for examination by a neurologist. I hope you are able to get an explanation and appropriate treatment for your symptoms soon.


   
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(@darcyb)
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My heart does go out to each of you that are experiencing all of these many health problems. And I understand your frustration with the lack of answers. I had Covid 10/2020 and as a result I have Long Covid. I did receive vaccines too. I sometimes wonder the effect of them. I have many vestibular disorders and interestingly I don't think they nor my chronic migraine worsened. However I have a very long list of new medical issues now. The problem with all of it is there is not enough known yet to treat any of it. But as far as your vestibular issues continue to advocate for yourselves and your treatment. And find the right doctor for you that you can work together for a treatment plan. Covid or not, it can take a long time to come up with the right treatment and everyone is different. Stay hopeful. It is the best we can do.


   
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(@pattybear)
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I haven’t visited this site for some time. I thought I would post that I feel I’m finally back to normal after my problems post vaccination. My strange dizziness and the feeling that legs were no longer connected to my brain finally went away however it took 18 months after my second shot. The strange feeling that my heart wasn’t really strong has also gone away but it took almost 2 years .  I only had the 2 shots no boosters and of course I will never get another mrna vaccine again. I think a good diet and lots of rest helped. I also limited my screen time as that seemed to make the dizziness worse. I’m so sorry I ever got the vaccine. I feel Ive lost 2 years of life and as I’m 77 2 years is a long time. Hope everyone else makes a recovery. I’m so angry that we were told so many lies about potential side effects. Sore arm and fever is nothing compared to what a lot of folks had to experience 


   
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