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@jamesallmandsmith 

Thanks for your input. Can you please send us a link to your article?

If it is for some people, wouldn't their symptoms and health get progressively worse? Just thinking out aloud...

 


   
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@buzzgirl 

This is in the backdrop of finding clear evidence, published papers and Pfizer’s own data that herpesviruses were being activated causing examples of every adverse reaction we see. Including all the fatal ones, myocarditis etc. They are ‘rare complications, but it started to become clear that there could be a host of developing ‘rare conditions’. Most recently I came here, and literally jaw dropped. Anyway, 

I put this together to show there was actually evidenced research papers that demonstrated how the mRNA vaccine must include an inhibitor of the cells defence against transcribing foreign DNA. That inhibitor comes from a part of the virus that shouldn’t be included. I’m literally discovering as I go. 
Because of a comment about the AZ vaccine.. well check it out


   
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@buzzgirl 

The person who asks about the AZ vaccine reminded me of this that I read. I asked her to have a look, and I read it again too with more info in my mind. I had been focused on EBV and CMV, but when I went and checked the Yellow Card Uk adverse reactions, there were line items of herpes. But tellingly, ‘Herpes Zoster’ stood right out. I’ll add them in due course. 
So knowing that I read this. And started checking her symptoms against ‘Zoster complications’. 

https://www.realnotrare.com/post/caroline-pover-award-winning-author

It was already clear to me, it had to be Zoster, then I checked the strange treatment that worked. ..Zoster Phlebotomy. bloodletting. Bang, there it was. Chinese medicine.

A few hours later I found ZSH, the rashless more obscure version, from deeper. Which has something to do with why it doesn’t just last a few weeks. 
It will be different for each person, the info looks scary, but it’s mainly talking about  the elderly in terms of the worst outcomes 

 


   
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@buzzgirl 

I’m in the Uk. The person closest to my heart lives in Puerto Rico. She already suffers from Trigeminal Neuralgia for years. She been  triple jabbed, But in recent months she’s been getting banging headache with vertigo, sickness, falling over, vomiting. From 6,000 miles away I couldn’t figure it out , and shes struggling cognitively. And Sleepwalking?? Losing the thread mid sentence. Misunderstanding me. Getting irritated. Not like her.

I’d been researching about the vaccine, but then started seeing this Herpes reactivation link. And writing for Choice not coercion for the last 2weeks. 
And 12 hours ago I ended up here due to a choice of symptom description. Isn’t that fucking weird. I mean I reached both answers at once. Vestibular... dizziness... vertigo... balance...Ocular... Banging headache... Zoster. She has it too.  suddenly I found what I wasn’t looking for. 
That’s all great, but without a rash, and in her poor mental state, how do I get her to understand? Hmmm? To get her to get a doctor to hear.

I can’t find one consistent description of Zoster Sine Herpete, except here. There must be hundreds. 


   
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Hello all,

I am suffering from pain for the last 5 months but using Tapentadol tablet helps me to cure my pain. It decreases pain perception by blocking the flow of pain impulses to the brain also relieves the agony of diabetic neuropathy.


   
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@hooope yes in hands, but more internal vibrations including my head. 


   
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@lalak Hi there, my reply seems to have gone missing. The best things you can do are things that strengthen your immune system. Good sleep will help, as mentioned above, anything that helps you towards good rest. melatonin is certainly worth a try. 
Take pressure off yourself and do so without feeling guilty. You are the priority. Be a friend to yourself. Pamper and allow!  
Codeine paracetamol is available over the counter, and it’s a sleep aid. 
When you had shingles, the doctor probably prescribed acyclovir. I’m not sure but it may be available over the counter. Perhaps for impending cold sores, they tingle before appearing. 
As far as corticosteroids go, the problem is that they lower the immune response, and despite helping in an anti-inflammatory way, they are counter productive; you want to boost your immune system, that’s the goal. 
I mentioned Neem powder, because it has excellent anti-viral properties, more anti-oxidant properties than any other food, it has been researched for its herpes

Neem is one of just a few known antiviral agents. “Chickenpox, shingles, herpes, and hepatitis are viral conditions, which have been successfully treated, in clinical studies by Neem's therapeutic compounds“

Neem also lowers blood glucose levels and normalises some diabetes symptoms.

“Several studies have revealed that the anti-diabetic properties of Neem leaves aid insulin to increase the uptake of glucose into fat and muscle cells and, hence, helps in maintaining glucose levels in the body.”

It is also used as a blood detoxer/purifier, and is excellent for the skin. 

it also cures GI ulcers. 

In Ayurvedic medicine it is called the miracle tree, and is ‘Kalpavriksha’ -sacred, divinely provided. 
It is easy to buy online, and inexpensive.
You should mix a couple of teaspoons into a paste, pour in some hot water and mix. But first try only 1/4 of that cup on an empty stomach, then in the evening another 1/4. If all is ok, gradually increase this until you are consuming 3 teaspoons a day.  It is incredibly bitter, so add the same amount in sugar - at least! It’s fine because it lowers glucose Levels anyway. 

And one other thing.. ..you mentioned you were really stressed that day with the jab. Negative emotions are a toxic chemistry. Forgiving ourselves is the best way to neutralise that, especially if it involved someone else. Separation from the one who can heal us is the reason we become ill. That one is that Self in you and me and us all. The True Self. Funny thing is that the Spirit of living has no gender, but it’s name is Man. 
He’s us!

 


   
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Posted by: @jamesallmandsmith

@lalak Hi there, my reply seems to have gone missing. The best things you can do are things that strengthen your immune system. Good sleep will help, as mentioned above, anything that helps you towards good rest. melatonin is certainly worth a try. 
Take pressure off yourself and do so without feeling guilty. You are the priority. Be a friend to yourself. Pamper and allow!  
Codeine paracetamol is available over the counter, and it’s a sleep aid. 
When you had shingles, the doctor probably prescribed acyclovir. I’m not sure but it may be available over the counter. Perhaps for impending cold sores, they tingle before appearing. 
As far as corticosteroids go, the problem is that they lower the immune response, and despite helping in an anti-inflammatory way, they are counter productive; you want to boost your immune system, that’s the goal. 
I mentioned Neem powder, because it has excellent anti-viral properties, more anti-oxidant properties than any other food, it has been researched for its herpes

Neem is one of just a few known antiviral agents. “Chickenpox, shingles, herpes, and hepatitis are viral conditions, which have been successfully treated, in clinical studies by Neem's therapeutic compounds“

Neem also lowers blood glucose levels and normalises some diabetes symptoms.

“Several studies have revealed that the anti-diabetic properties of Neem leaves aid insulin to increase the uptake of glucose into fat and muscle cells and, hence, helps in maintaining glucose levels in the body.”

It is also used as a blood detoxer/purifier, and is excellent for the skin. 

it also cures GI ulcers. 

In Ayurvedic medicine it is called the miracle tree, and is ‘Kalpavriksha’ -sacred, divinely provided. 
It is easy to buy online, and inexpensive.
You should mix a couple of teaspoons into a paste, pour in some hot water and mix. But first try only 1/4 of that cup on an empty stomach, then in the evening another 1/4. If all is ok, gradually increase this until you are consuming 3 teaspoons a day.  It is incredibly bitter, so add the same amount in sugar - at least! It’s fine because it lowers glucose Levels anyway. 

 

And one other thing.. ..you mentioned you were really stressed that day with the jab. Negative emotions are a toxic chemistry. Forgiving ourselves is the best way to neutralise that, especially if it involved someone else. Separation from the one who can heal us is the reason we become ill. That one is that Self in you and me and us all. The True Self. Funny thing is that the Spirit of living has no gender, but it’s name is Man. 
He’s us!

 

What about any supplements  ? Any thing to help with muscle pain , nerve pain, tingling  ? 


   
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Was wondering  been appx. 6 weeks from my J&J jab. Symptoms  so far are mild . Numbness  in  feet and fingers on and off. Constant sore back , and left knee. Jab arm ( left) periodically  feels week and numb. Not the right.  Have had a weird pulsing in left wrist for about a week now . Almost un noticed  in right. Seem to be extra sensitive  to heat and cold especially  hands . Finger tips seem red . Get nerve pain that comes and goes throughout  different parts of body, as well as tingling .  Notice people  here have some success with supplements . Was wondering  what are the ones that seem to have the best results ? For muscle  aches ( glucosamine?)  ,tingling,  inflammation,  . Want to try see if this will work for me ? Heard antihistamines  and other things as well . Any help would be appreciated.  Thank you and hope we all recover soon . 🙏 


   
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Was wondering  been appx. 6 weeks from my J&J jab. Symptoms  so far are mild . Numbness  in  feet and fingers on and off. Constant sore back , and left knee. Jab arm ( left) periodically  feels week and numb. Not the right.  Have had a weird pulsing in left wrist for about a week now . Almost un noticed  in right. Seem to be extra sensitive  to heat and cold especially  hands . Finger tips seem red . Get nerve pain that comes and goes throughout  different parts of body, as well as tingling .  Notice people  here have some success with supplements . Was wondering  what are the ones that seem to have the best results ? For muscle  aches ( glucosamine?)  ,tingling,  inflammation,  . Want to try see if this will work for me ? Heard antihistamines  and other things as well Anti inflammatory diet. Any help would be appreciated.  Thank you and hope we all recover soon . 🙏 


   
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@jamesallmandsmith I will try the neem powder! Hoping this helps! 

this week I’ve had shooting pain in my head & it does feel eerily similar to when I had shingles. My doctor told me it’s TMJ.


   
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@auteurs-decal0a 

Right, this is exactly it! I would say well done but this is March 2022! And anything like this at all is due to Zoster.

I’ve found case papers for people given epidurals triggering rashless ZSH, but ANY TINGLING or BURNING LEG PAIN, EYE PAIN, Floaters, Vertigo (+ vomit nausea) Stabbing headache, it’s Lord Zoster!


   
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Hi all, I'm new here and have just come across this thread. I have to say, I'm a little relieved I'm not the only one. 

 

I don't want to go into crazy detail but about 3 weeks after my first and only Pfizer vaccine, I couldn't feel my hands or feet, that quickly progress into muscle pain, twitching, pins and needles all over my body. I started finding it hard to swallow food and had numbness in my face. Pain in right eye and watering. I could even go on... I've been in and out of doctors and hospitals for 4 months now. I was so worried I had MS, but all MRI scans came back clear and EMG was perfect. The doctors told me I had chronic anxiety ''I don't'' so they put me on diazepam 2.5mg. I have to say it helped with sleep and with the muscle twitching but it never took away the main symptoms.

 

Currently I'm feeling a little better but when I do any exercise it comes back full blown. I guess my question is, has anyone fully recovered after the 6month period and what helped. It's really affecting my life and everything is a struggle as I don't know how I'll feel on a daily basis. I got diagnosed with Ulcerative Colitis  last year and they think the problem is due to that ''Even though I have that under control''. Will it ever fully go away??

 

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@kim-h I'm glad yours has lessened with time too. Hopefully someday soon we'll be 100% better


   
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@floryeo I had both head aches and nerve pain and brain zaps. Also felt lightheaded and dizzy a lot. Most of that is gone now.


   
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