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Jolie Molie
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@medee I really do think that staying calm, positive and distracting yourself from these feelings and also the thoughts about them really helps. I had a few bad days where it all seemed to flare up but I was overthinking everything and panicking that Im going to have some serious health issues etc as a result . Then I spoke to my Dr who was quite reassuring. She said all vaccines can cause nerve flare ups but these covid ones are a lot stronger and generate a stronger immune response. She also said nerve pain generally always goes away with time, some people may just take longer than others. It's now just a case of either trying out different meds that will ease the symptoms, or just riding it out till our bodies naturally settle everything down. Since I had the talk with my Dr my symptoms are still there but i notice them a lot less and I'm focusing on other stuff. Some days I don't notice them much at all and I can see certain body parts which used to have nerve pain have now gotten better. So I definitely believe we should all try to minimise our anxiety about this as much as we can.

I didnt have ear pain but I did experience some tinnitus type symptoms a few times but they were very mild and passed quickly. 

My neuro prescribed me gabapentin as well and I took it for a few days but felt spaced out and not myself so I stopped it. 

I think the best bet is to just keep believing that your body is healing and this will all go away soon! 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Did you have a weird feeing in your head as well and ny sort of muscle weakness too?

I see that you've mentioned about your Dr and then Neuro. Just wanted to know if the nerve flare-up was said by the General Practitioner or the Neuro. If this is coming from the Neuro then it sounds like some relieving information. 

Also did your Neuro do any tests on you? 

Pls do use the QUOTE option while responding. You take care!

Hi Dee, I didn't have any head pain, but I did have twitches in muscles (even on my lip a few times) but mainly in limbs and fingers and toes.

My Dr and neuro both said its nerve flare up. At my last neuro appt she said that she has seen many patients with this and they have all resolved. She said if it was anything sinister it would have shown up on the nerve test she did on me and the physical exam. And also it's getting better not worse. She definitely doesn't think it's something like GBS. 

I'm now 4 weeks post second vax. My symptoms have decreased almost to the point of being gone. Some days I feel a minor twinge or muscle twitch but it's nowhere near as bad as it was a few weeks ago. I've just been staying positive, not thinking about it hardly at all, taking vitamins, exercising etc. I don't plan to go back to my neuro and I don't see anything else coming out of it but she was quite reassuring about everything and that it's nothing to worry about. She also said to stay away from reading things online and self diagnosing as it causes a lot of stress and anxiety which I agree with!

Have your symptoms improved? 

 

I don't know anymore if I am feeling better or worse. It started with muscle twitching on the 4th day post vax and then got pin and needles. Visited a dox who asked me to start Vitamin B12 and ran through some blood tests. Nothing came up except Vitamin D deficiency. I was prescribed Vitamin D tablets and sincd I was already taking B12 tablets a few days before the blood test, the reports did not show a deficiency on that.

A few days later, I started getting nerve pain at random places and the doctor prescribed Gabapin NT which I took for a day but the sude effects were bad - more muscle twiching and hypnic jerks. Post which I started taking half of it and not the whole tablet. The nerve pain started getting a bit better.

3 days later when to the ENT as I also had Tinnitus. He asked me to stop Gabapin and started his treatment for the ears. I was all fine during this time. The nerve issues were too less. All I was concentrating was on my Tinnitus.

All of a sudden my chest pain increased and it was unbearable. This was just a few days ago. I did have chest pain post vax but it was very slight. I also felt this is coz I have been anxious for too long so my body is acting up. But it wasn't the case.

Slowly all my symptoms came back. This time it was more severe than when it had begun. I feel weak in my legs. I feel somewhat electric sesnation in my head which earlier subsided a week post vax. I feel like something is crawling in my body - this I did not suffer from earlier. I don't know anything anymore. I agree that reading all of this makes you anxious but how wpuld we get answers since the doctors haven't been supportive. 

9th October I got the jab, 14th October my symptoms showed up. Within a week or 10 days or so I felt better. I was confident this is just vitamin deficiency and I was cming back on track. I left this forum so as to feel better. I did everything of it. But all of it started coming back at me even worse by the end of October and now I'm feeling hopeless.

I am going to see a Neurologist but I hope he is as helpful and assuring as yours was. Hope we all come out of it soon. I am scared. Very very scared!

Your timeline sounds similar to mine. If this can help: I got the jab on August 29, mild symptoms started around September 5, around Sept 24 they were gone. On Sept 25 they came back full force plus new ones altogether so strong I thought It was the end. I was in bed for two weeks freaking out. Blood tests didn't show anything wrong. Starting from October 6 they started going away. They never came back as strong as they were. I have mild relapses and days where I am 100% already. Hope it will stay like this and that the last mild symptoms will go away soon.

I am assuming you're referring to my last comment on this thread. So since Oct 6th, it hasn't been so bad? Symptoms relapse but not so bad a before sounds good.

Did you see any doctor or neurologist? Did any other test apart from the blood test? I have some odd burning feeling in my thighs. From so long it was a left one and now its the right one too. Did you have anything of that sort too?

I hope it goes away as yours have subsided. May I know what were your exact symptoms? And were you on any medication and did you see a Neurologist?

I am about to see a Neurologist. Do reply, will help me on the muscle issue.

Do use the QUOTE option when you reply.

Hi Dee,

Yes I do confirm that since Oct 6th my symptoms are very mild and I have days where I don't have symptoms at all. Also, if I'm doing something else like working or talking with someone, even on days with mild symptoms, I don't notice them. I am a. a point where I notice my mild symptoms cause I am alert and I kind of check if they are there. 

I saw my GP, she ran some general test for my heart and blood tests. All good. She didn't believe it was the vaccine. I then spoke with other two doctors, my former GP that retired this June, he told me he saw many people with the weirdest side effects. They all resolved. I spoke with another doctor, homeopath and surgeon, he told me that there's plenty of people with our symptoms and they will resolve. He mentioned a friend of his experienced numbness in his hands for 1 month and a half+ other symptoms. It resolved. 

I was not on any meds before. I am super healthy, no previous conditions. 

Yes I had burning sensations in my arms, face and legs for a couple of days during the worst two weeks..it went away and never came back. Someone posted an article about nerves healing saying that the burning feeling is part of nerve healing. I don't know if my nerves were damaged cause I am really almost symptoms free and it was a very fast process.

I had ALL the possible symptoms: pins and needles, tingling, crawling under my skin, all these randomly everywhere in my body. Burning sensation, zaps in my arms, shooting pains and numbness in legs, numbness is my arms and half of my face, brain fog, feeling like sparkling water behind my eyes and in my head. Eye floaters, a huge depression I can't even describe with words, it was something chemical for sure, nothing I experienced before. Crazy nightmares. Insomnia. Buzzing and vibration in my head and randomly in my body. I cried so much that then I got fullness in ears and tinnitus. 

It ALL went away. I still have random tingles and pins and needles in my feet and hands very very mild. When they come they last a couple of hours and so far they come twice a week for a few hours. 

I worked on reducing my anxiety and fear with breathing, walking every day (this is helping so much!!!!), natural supplements. 

I'm living normally, hoping that the last mild symptoms will go away with time. I trust my body will fully heal. I will update you all again next month. I hope my experience will help. Good luck to everyone!!!

J

Thanks a lot! This was really helpful. I had been to a Neuro a day prior and he did say it seems like a chemical reaction in the brain that has caused it to send odd signals to the body. He wasn't really sure of what about the vax but when I asked him again and again, that's when he siad about the chemical reaction.

He did give me 2 tablets amd both fucked me up last night. One was for nerve pain/anti depressant and I had a very very high heart beat last night and lot of sweating. I still have a bad one today. But last night was so bad it woke me up from my sleep. 

I have decided to let my body heal on its own and will try to keep myself as calm as I can. 

I wantes to ask you something, pls replt to this, whe you went for walks and came back gome and sat down, did you thigh nerves start dancing? Like those disxo lights flickering continously for some time? I did go for a walk twice this week and my nerves (back side of the legs from the thigh to to base) started to have some flickering which was for sometime. 

May I know how long did it take to get back to normal? How many months post your jab?

Do you the Quote option when you respond. Thanks once again, this was helpful! Gave me a lot of hope.

Hi Dee,

Sorry to hear about your experience with meds that Neuro gave you 😢.

First days I started to going for walks again I had pain in my legs and when home I experienced some kind of bubbling feeling, but it felt more like blood circulation adjusting after a long time not walking for real. Now it's totally fine. I get my mild symptoms randomly. Walking doesn't trigger them at all, I think it really helps for me. I was very afraid walking would make it worst, but it didn't!

I got my first and only jab (Pfizer) on August 29th. I am at 2.5 months now, living 'normally' since around a month and getting better with each day. ❤

J


   
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@lmkk 

How long have you had the vaccine?  I agreed about doctors know but didn’t want to admit it.  When my Neurologist called me and said everything is fine from the results that he read.  I asked this mean I am okay then?  Nothing to worry about and he kept saying based on the test and the result that I got, I am fine. I am thinking of calling him back and I need to draft my conversation out first how to go about asking him more questions. My doctor referred to another Neurologist but I won’t get to see him until next Spring.  I really really hope we will get better soon.


   
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Posted by: @jolie
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Posted by: @jolie
Posted by: @medee
Posted by: @nat21
Posted by: @medee
Posted by: @nat21

@medee I really do think that staying calm, positive and distracting yourself from these feelings and also the thoughts about them really helps. I had a few bad days where it all seemed to flare up but I was overthinking everything and panicking that Im going to have some serious health issues etc as a result . Then I spoke to my Dr who was quite reassuring. She said all vaccines can cause nerve flare ups but these covid ones are a lot stronger and generate a stronger immune response. She also said nerve pain generally always goes away with time, some people may just take longer than others. It's now just a case of either trying out different meds that will ease the symptoms, or just riding it out till our bodies naturally settle everything down. Since I had the talk with my Dr my symptoms are still there but i notice them a lot less and I'm focusing on other stuff. Some days I don't notice them much at all and I can see certain body parts which used to have nerve pain have now gotten better. So I definitely believe we should all try to minimise our anxiety about this as much as we can.

I didnt have ear pain but I did experience some tinnitus type symptoms a few times but they were very mild and passed quickly. 

My neuro prescribed me gabapentin as well and I took it for a few days but felt spaced out and not myself so I stopped it. 

I think the best bet is to just keep believing that your body is healing and this will all go away soon! 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Did you have a weird feeing in your head as well and ny sort of muscle weakness too?

I see that you've mentioned about your Dr and then Neuro. Just wanted to know if the nerve flare-up was said by the General Practitioner or the Neuro. If this is coming from the Neuro then it sounds like some relieving information. 

Also did your Neuro do any tests on you? 

Pls do use the QUOTE option while responding. You take care!

Hi Dee, I didn't have any head pain, but I did have twitches in muscles (even on my lip a few times) but mainly in limbs and fingers and toes.

My Dr and neuro both said its nerve flare up. At my last neuro appt she said that she has seen many patients with this and they have all resolved. She said if it was anything sinister it would have shown up on the nerve test she did on me and the physical exam. And also it's getting better not worse. She definitely doesn't think it's something like GBS. 

I'm now 4 weeks post second vax. My symptoms have decreased almost to the point of being gone. Some days I feel a minor twinge or muscle twitch but it's nowhere near as bad as it was a few weeks ago. I've just been staying positive, not thinking about it hardly at all, taking vitamins, exercising etc. I don't plan to go back to my neuro and I don't see anything else coming out of it but she was quite reassuring about everything and that it's nothing to worry about. She also said to stay away from reading things online and self diagnosing as it causes a lot of stress and anxiety which I agree with!

Have your symptoms improved? 

 

I don't know anymore if I am feeling better or worse. It started with muscle twitching on the 4th day post vax and then got pin and needles. Visited a dox who asked me to start Vitamin B12 and ran through some blood tests. Nothing came up except Vitamin D deficiency. I was prescribed Vitamin D tablets and sincd I was already taking B12 tablets a few days before the blood test, the reports did not show a deficiency on that.

A few days later, I started getting nerve pain at random places and the doctor prescribed Gabapin NT which I took for a day but the sude effects were bad - more muscle twiching and hypnic jerks. Post which I started taking half of it and not the whole tablet. The nerve pain started getting a bit better.

3 days later when to the ENT as I also had Tinnitus. He asked me to stop Gabapin and started his treatment for the ears. I was all fine during this time. The nerve issues were too less. All I was concentrating was on my Tinnitus.

All of a sudden my chest pain increased and it was unbearable. This was just a few days ago. I did have chest pain post vax but it was very slight. I also felt this is coz I have been anxious for too long so my body is acting up. But it wasn't the case.

Slowly all my symptoms came back. This time it was more severe than when it had begun. I feel weak in my legs. I feel somewhat electric sesnation in my head which earlier subsided a week post vax. I feel like something is crawling in my body - this I did not suffer from earlier. I don't know anything anymore. I agree that reading all of this makes you anxious but how wpuld we get answers since the doctors haven't been supportive. 

9th October I got the jab, 14th October my symptoms showed up. Within a week or 10 days or so I felt better. I was confident this is just vitamin deficiency and I was cming back on track. I left this forum so as to feel better. I did everything of it. But all of it started coming back at me even worse by the end of October and now I'm feeling hopeless.

I am going to see a Neurologist but I hope he is as helpful and assuring as yours was. Hope we all come out of it soon. I am scared. Very very scared!

Your timeline sounds similar to mine. If this can help: I got the jab on August 29, mild symptoms started around September 5, around Sept 24 they were gone. On Sept 25 they came back full force plus new ones altogether so strong I thought It was the end. I was in bed for two weeks freaking out. Blood tests didn't show anything wrong. Starting from October 6 they started going away. They never came back as strong as they were. I have mild relapses and days where I am 100% already. Hope it will stay like this and that the last mild symptoms will go away soon.

I am assuming you're referring to my last comment on this thread. So since Oct 6th, it hasn't been so bad? Symptoms relapse but not so bad a before sounds good.

Did you see any doctor or neurologist? Did any other test apart from the blood test? I have some odd burning feeling in my thighs. From so long it was a left one and now its the right one too. Did you have anything of that sort too?

I hope it goes away as yours have subsided. May I know what were your exact symptoms? And were you on any medication and did you see a Neurologist?

I am about to see a Neurologist. Do reply, will help me on the muscle issue.

Do use the QUOTE option when you reply.

Hi Dee,

Yes I do confirm that since Oct 6th my symptoms are very mild and I have days where I don't have symptoms at all. Also, if I'm doing something else like working or talking with someone, even on days with mild symptoms, I don't notice them. I am a. a point where I notice my mild symptoms cause I am alert and I kind of check if they are there. 

I saw my GP, she ran some general test for my heart and blood tests. All good. She didn't believe it was the vaccine. I then spoke with other two doctors, my former GP that retired this June, he told me he saw many people with the weirdest side effects. They all resolved. I spoke with another doctor, homeopath and surgeon, he told me that there's plenty of people with our symptoms and they will resolve. He mentioned a friend of his experienced numbness in his hands for 1 month and a half+ other symptoms. It resolved. 

I was not on any meds before. I am super healthy, no previous conditions. 

Yes I had burning sensations in my arms, face and legs for a couple of days during the worst two weeks..it went away and never came back. Someone posted an article about nerves healing saying that the burning feeling is part of nerve healing. I don't know if my nerves were damaged cause I am really almost symptoms free and it was a very fast process.

I had ALL the possible symptoms: pins and needles, tingling, crawling under my skin, all these randomly everywhere in my body. Burning sensation, zaps in my arms, shooting pains and numbness in legs, numbness is my arms and half of my face, brain fog, feeling like sparkling water behind my eyes and in my head. Eye floaters, a huge depression I can't even describe with words, it was something chemical for sure, nothing I experienced before. Crazy nightmares. Insomnia. Buzzing and vibration in my head and randomly in my body. I cried so much that then I got fullness in ears and tinnitus. 

It ALL went away. I still have random tingles and pins and needles in my feet and hands very very mild. When they come they last a couple of hours and so far they come twice a week for a few hours. 

I worked on reducing my anxiety and fear with breathing, walking every day (this is helping so much!!!!), natural supplements. 

I'm living normally, hoping that the last mild symptoms will go away with time. I trust my body will fully heal. I will update you all again next month. I hope my experience will help. Good luck to everyone!!!

J

Thanks a lot! This was really helpful. I had been to a Neuro a day prior and he did say it seems like a chemical reaction in the brain that has caused it to send odd signals to the body. He wasn't really sure of what about the vax but when I asked him again and again, that's when he siad about the chemical reaction.

He did give me 2 tablets amd both fucked me up last night. One was for nerve pain/anti depressant and I had a very very high heart beat last night and lot of sweating. I still have a bad one today. But last night was so bad it woke me up from my sleep. 

I have decided to let my body heal on its own and will try to keep myself as calm as I can. 

I wantes to ask you something, pls replt to this, whe you went for walks and came back gome and sat down, did you thigh nerves start dancing? Like those disxo lights flickering continously for some time? I did go for a walk twice this week and my nerves (back side of the legs from the thigh to to base) started to have some flickering which was for sometime. 

May I know how long did it take to get back to normal? How many months post your jab?

Do you the Quote option when you respond. Thanks once again, this was helpful! Gave me a lot of hope.

Hi Dee,

Sorry to hear about your experience with meds that Neuro gave you 😢.

First days I started to going for walks again I had pain in my legs and when home I experienced some kind of bubbling feeling, but it felt more like blood circulation adjusting after a long time not walking for real. Now it's totally fine. I get my mild symptoms randomly. Walking doesn't trigger them at all, I think it really helps for me. I was very afraid walking would make it worst, but it didn't!

I got my first and only jab (Pfizer) on August 29th. I am at 2.5 months now, living 'normally' since around a month and getting better with each day. ❤

J

Oh! I see. So I am seeing your and my symptoms have been the same. I get what you said about the walk, the bubly feeling. Its so difficult to even put it in words what we're feeling these days.🤦🏼‍♀️ Yes, I have the same feeling post walks and I am so glad to see this comment right when I needed the answers. Its the Lord's sign! I believe! I am going to keep faith in the Lord!

I will continue with the walks everyday then. I am only going for short walks for 15-20 mins. I guess, its enough for the initial days and will try the breathing exercise too. How long do you do the both things you listed - walking and breathing?

And what do you mean by natural supplements? Could you pls share...

I am just on Vitamin D supplements for now, having green tea twice a day and try eating oranges but not everyday.

I hope I feel better by tomorrow and these side effect of the meds vanish so that I concentrate on the vax effects.

Also, I am just 1 month post vax. 9th Oct is when I took it and my symptoms showed up by 14th. Also, I've researched a bit and read here too, sex/masturbation too helps so will definitely try it out but won't overdo.

Anything to let us come back on track at this moment! 

I'll wait for your response. Sorry to bother but I really think you can help me here since our symptoms are exactly the same!

Do use the QUOTE option. Thanking you for all your help so far. God bless you and us all. May we all recover soon!🤍

 


   
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Posted by: @medee
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Posted by: @jolie
Posted by: @medee
Posted by: @jolie
Posted by: @medee
Posted by: @nat21
Posted by: @medee
Posted by: @nat21

@medee I really do think that staying calm, positive and distracting yourself from these feelings and also the thoughts about them really helps. I had a few bad days where it all seemed to flare up but I was overthinking everything and panicking that Im going to have some serious health issues etc as a result . Then I spoke to my Dr who was quite reassuring. She said all vaccines can cause nerve flare ups but these covid ones are a lot stronger and generate a stronger immune response. She also said nerve pain generally always goes away with time, some people may just take longer than others. It's now just a case of either trying out different meds that will ease the symptoms, or just riding it out till our bodies naturally settle everything down. Since I had the talk with my Dr my symptoms are still there but i notice them a lot less and I'm focusing on other stuff. Some days I don't notice them much at all and I can see certain body parts which used to have nerve pain have now gotten better. So I definitely believe we should all try to minimise our anxiety about this as much as we can.

I didnt have ear pain but I did experience some tinnitus type symptoms a few times but they were very mild and passed quickly. 

My neuro prescribed me gabapentin as well and I took it for a few days but felt spaced out and not myself so I stopped it. 

I think the best bet is to just keep believing that your body is healing and this will all go away soon! 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Did you have a weird feeing in your head as well and ny sort of muscle weakness too?

I see that you've mentioned about your Dr and then Neuro. Just wanted to know if the nerve flare-up was said by the General Practitioner or the Neuro. If this is coming from the Neuro then it sounds like some relieving information. 

Also did your Neuro do any tests on you? 

Pls do use the QUOTE option while responding. You take care!

Hi Dee, I didn't have any head pain, but I did have twitches in muscles (even on my lip a few times) but mainly in limbs and fingers and toes.

My Dr and neuro both said its nerve flare up. At my last neuro appt she said that she has seen many patients with this and they have all resolved. She said if it was anything sinister it would have shown up on the nerve test she did on me and the physical exam. And also it's getting better not worse. She definitely doesn't think it's something like GBS. 

I'm now 4 weeks post second vax. My symptoms have decreased almost to the point of being gone. Some days I feel a minor twinge or muscle twitch but it's nowhere near as bad as it was a few weeks ago. I've just been staying positive, not thinking about it hardly at all, taking vitamins, exercising etc. I don't plan to go back to my neuro and I don't see anything else coming out of it but she was quite reassuring about everything and that it's nothing to worry about. She also said to stay away from reading things online and self diagnosing as it causes a lot of stress and anxiety which I agree with!

Have your symptoms improved? 

 

I don't know anymore if I am feeling better or worse. It started with muscle twitching on the 4th day post vax and then got pin and needles. Visited a dox who asked me to start Vitamin B12 and ran through some blood tests. Nothing came up except Vitamin D deficiency. I was prescribed Vitamin D tablets and sincd I was already taking B12 tablets a few days before the blood test, the reports did not show a deficiency on that.

A few days later, I started getting nerve pain at random places and the doctor prescribed Gabapin NT which I took for a day but the sude effects were bad - more muscle twiching and hypnic jerks. Post which I started taking half of it and not the whole tablet. The nerve pain started getting a bit better.

3 days later when to the ENT as I also had Tinnitus. He asked me to stop Gabapin and started his treatment for the ears. I was all fine during this time. The nerve issues were too less. All I was concentrating was on my Tinnitus.

All of a sudden my chest pain increased and it was unbearable. This was just a few days ago. I did have chest pain post vax but it was very slight. I also felt this is coz I have been anxious for too long so my body is acting up. But it wasn't the case.

Slowly all my symptoms came back. This time it was more severe than when it had begun. I feel weak in my legs. I feel somewhat electric sesnation in my head which earlier subsided a week post vax. I feel like something is crawling in my body - this I did not suffer from earlier. I don't know anything anymore. I agree that reading all of this makes you anxious but how wpuld we get answers since the doctors haven't been supportive. 

9th October I got the jab, 14th October my symptoms showed up. Within a week or 10 days or so I felt better. I was confident this is just vitamin deficiency and I was cming back on track. I left this forum so as to feel better. I did everything of it. But all of it started coming back at me even worse by the end of October and now I'm feeling hopeless.

I am going to see a Neurologist but I hope he is as helpful and assuring as yours was. Hope we all come out of it soon. I am scared. Very very scared!

Your timeline sounds similar to mine. If this can help: I got the jab on August 29, mild symptoms started around September 5, around Sept 24 they were gone. On Sept 25 they came back full force plus new ones altogether so strong I thought It was the end. I was in bed for two weeks freaking out. Blood tests didn't show anything wrong. Starting from October 6 they started going away. They never came back as strong as they were. I have mild relapses and days where I am 100% already. Hope it will stay like this and that the last mild symptoms will go away soon.

I am assuming you're referring to my last comment on this thread. So since Oct 6th, it hasn't been so bad? Symptoms relapse but not so bad a before sounds good.

Did you see any doctor or neurologist? Did any other test apart from the blood test? I have some odd burning feeling in my thighs. From so long it was a left one and now its the right one too. Did you have anything of that sort too?

I hope it goes away as yours have subsided. May I know what were your exact symptoms? And were you on any medication and did you see a Neurologist?

I am about to see a Neurologist. Do reply, will help me on the muscle issue.

Do use the QUOTE option when you reply.

Hi Dee,

Yes I do confirm that since Oct 6th my symptoms are very mild and I have days where I don't have symptoms at all. Also, if I'm doing something else like working or talking with someone, even on days with mild symptoms, I don't notice them. I am a. a point where I notice my mild symptoms cause I am alert and I kind of check if they are there. 

I saw my GP, she ran some general test for my heart and blood tests. All good. She didn't believe it was the vaccine. I then spoke with other two doctors, my former GP that retired this June, he told me he saw many people with the weirdest side effects. They all resolved. I spoke with another doctor, homeopath and surgeon, he told me that there's plenty of people with our symptoms and they will resolve. He mentioned a friend of his experienced numbness in his hands for 1 month and a half+ other symptoms. It resolved. 

I was not on any meds before. I am super healthy, no previous conditions. 

Yes I had burning sensations in my arms, face and legs for a couple of days during the worst two weeks..it went away and never came back. Someone posted an article about nerves healing saying that the burning feeling is part of nerve healing. I don't know if my nerves were damaged cause I am really almost symptoms free and it was a very fast process.

I had ALL the possible symptoms: pins and needles, tingling, crawling under my skin, all these randomly everywhere in my body. Burning sensation, zaps in my arms, shooting pains and numbness in legs, numbness is my arms and half of my face, brain fog, feeling like sparkling water behind my eyes and in my head. Eye floaters, a huge depression I can't even describe with words, it was something chemical for sure, nothing I experienced before. Crazy nightmares. Insomnia. Buzzing and vibration in my head and randomly in my body. I cried so much that then I got fullness in ears and tinnitus. 

It ALL went away. I still have random tingles and pins and needles in my feet and hands very very mild. When they come they last a couple of hours and so far they come twice a week for a few hours. 

I worked on reducing my anxiety and fear with breathing, walking every day (this is helping so much!!!!), natural supplements. 

I'm living normally, hoping that the last mild symptoms will go away with time. I trust my body will fully heal. I will update you all again next month. I hope my experience will help. Good luck to everyone!!!

J

Thanks a lot! This was really helpful. I had been to a Neuro a day prior and he did say it seems like a chemical reaction in the brain that has caused it to send odd signals to the body. He wasn't really sure of what about the vax but when I asked him again and again, that's when he siad about the chemical reaction.

He did give me 2 tablets amd both fucked me up last night. One was for nerve pain/anti depressant and I had a very very high heart beat last night and lot of sweating. I still have a bad one today. But last night was so bad it woke me up from my sleep. 

I have decided to let my body heal on its own and will try to keep myself as calm as I can. 

I wantes to ask you something, pls replt to this, whe you went for walks and came back gome and sat down, did you thigh nerves start dancing? Like those disxo lights flickering continously for some time? I did go for a walk twice this week and my nerves (back side of the legs from the thigh to to base) started to have some flickering which was for sometime. 

May I know how long did it take to get back to normal? How many months post your jab?

Do you the Quote option when you respond. Thanks once again, this was helpful! Gave me a lot of hope.

Hi Dee,

Sorry to hear about your experience with meds that Neuro gave you 😢.

First days I started to going for walks again I had pain in my legs and when home I experienced some kind of bubbling feeling, but it felt more like blood circulation adjusting after a long time not walking for real. Now it's totally fine. I get my mild symptoms randomly. Walking doesn't trigger them at all, I think it really helps for me. I was very afraid walking would make it worst, but it didn't!

I got my first and only jab (Pfizer) on August 29th. I am at 2.5 months now, living 'normally' since around a month and getting better with each day. ❤

J

Oh! I see. So I am seeing your and my symptoms have been the same. I get what you said about the walk, the bubly feeling. Its so difficult to even put it in words what we're feeling these days.🤦🏼‍♀️ Yes, I have the same feeling post walks and I am so glad to see this comment right when I needed the answers. Its the Lord's sign! I believe! I am going to keep faith in the Lord!

I will continue with the walks everyday then. I am only going for short walks for 15-20 mins. I guess, its enough for the initial days and will try the breathing exercise too. How long do you do the both things you listed - walking and breathing?

And what do you mean by natural supplements? Could you pls share...

I am just on Vitamin D supplements for now, having green tea twice a day and try eating oranges but not everyday.

I hope I feel better by tomorrow and these side effect of the meds vanish so that I concentrate on the vax effects.

Also, I am just 1 month post vax. 9th Oct is when I took it and my symptoms showed up by 14th. Also, I've researched a bit and read here too, sex/masturbation too helps so will definitely try it out but won't overdo.

Anything to let us come back on track at this moment! 

I'll wait for your response. Sorry to bother but I really think you can help me here since our symptoms are exactly the same!

Do use the QUOTE option. Thanking you for all your help so far. God bless you and us all. May we all recover soon!🤍

 

Yes! Our symptoms are exactly the same! I've been there, looking for someone with my same exact symptoms writing they went away, so I know how it feels and I am happy to share it does get better!

I started with short walks, 20 minutes and I am now able to walk also in the nature, up and down hill. 45 minutes to one hour two times a day. 👍Breathing exercises: whenever I remember doing it. Especially in the morning and, before going to sleep. Even 5-10 minutes several times a day helps. Find what works for you, your body knows what it needs to feel better. Focusing on your breath disconnects from your fight/flight/freeze mode and activates your rest/digest mode. When we are in this mode, our body heals.

I am taking Griffonia Simplicifolia (5-htp) it's a herb that helps your body to create serotonine. It was a game changer for me. I'm still taking it once a day before going to sleep. Also Vitamin D 2000UI and vitamin C. That's all. Lots of water and herbal tea and anti inflammatory diet. 

Anxiety makes it worse, so working on that is very important.

Can't wait to hear you are getting better and that more people here are getting better. Keep me posted and take care!

J


   
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@medee I really do think that staying calm, positive and distracting yourself from these feelings and also the thoughts about them really helps. I had a few bad days where it all seemed to flare up but I was overthinking everything and panicking that Im going to have some serious health issues etc as a result . Then I spoke to my Dr who was quite reassuring. She said all vaccines can cause nerve flare ups but these covid ones are a lot stronger and generate a stronger immune response. She also said nerve pain generally always goes away with time, some people may just take longer than others. It's now just a case of either trying out different meds that will ease the symptoms, or just riding it out till our bodies naturally settle everything down. Since I had the talk with my Dr my symptoms are still there but i notice them a lot less and I'm focusing on other stuff. Some days I don't notice them much at all and I can see certain body parts which used to have nerve pain have now gotten better. So I definitely believe we should all try to minimise our anxiety about this as much as we can.

I didnt have ear pain but I did experience some tinnitus type symptoms a few times but they were very mild and passed quickly. 

My neuro prescribed me gabapentin as well and I took it for a few days but felt spaced out and not myself so I stopped it. 

I think the best bet is to just keep believing that your body is healing and this will all go away soon! 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Did you have a weird feeing in your head as well and ny sort of muscle weakness too?

I see that you've mentioned about your Dr and then Neuro. Just wanted to know if the nerve flare-up was said by the General Practitioner or the Neuro. If this is coming from the Neuro then it sounds like some relieving information. 

Also did your Neuro do any tests on you? 

Pls do use the QUOTE option while responding. You take care!

Hi Dee, I didn't have any head pain, but I did have twitches in muscles (even on my lip a few times) but mainly in limbs and fingers and toes.

My Dr and neuro both said its nerve flare up. At my last neuro appt she said that she has seen many patients with this and they have all resolved. She said if it was anything sinister it would have shown up on the nerve test she did on me and the physical exam. And also it's getting better not worse. She definitely doesn't think it's something like GBS. 

I'm now 4 weeks post second vax. My symptoms have decreased almost to the point of being gone. Some days I feel a minor twinge or muscle twitch but it's nowhere near as bad as it was a few weeks ago. I've just been staying positive, not thinking about it hardly at all, taking vitamins, exercising etc. I don't plan to go back to my neuro and I don't see anything else coming out of it but she was quite reassuring about everything and that it's nothing to worry about. She also said to stay away from reading things online and self diagnosing as it causes a lot of stress and anxiety which I agree with!

Have your symptoms improved? 

 

I don't know anymore if I am feeling better or worse. It started with muscle twitching on the 4th day post vax and then got pin and needles. Visited a dox who asked me to start Vitamin B12 and ran through some blood tests. Nothing came up except Vitamin D deficiency. I was prescribed Vitamin D tablets and sincd I was already taking B12 tablets a few days before the blood test, the reports did not show a deficiency on that.

A few days later, I started getting nerve pain at random places and the doctor prescribed Gabapin NT which I took for a day but the sude effects were bad - more muscle twiching and hypnic jerks. Post which I started taking half of it and not the whole tablet. The nerve pain started getting a bit better.

3 days later when to the ENT as I also had Tinnitus. He asked me to stop Gabapin and started his treatment for the ears. I was all fine during this time. The nerve issues were too less. All I was concentrating was on my Tinnitus.

All of a sudden my chest pain increased and it was unbearable. This was just a few days ago. I did have chest pain post vax but it was very slight. I also felt this is coz I have been anxious for too long so my body is acting up. But it wasn't the case.

Slowly all my symptoms came back. This time it was more severe than when it had begun. I feel weak in my legs. I feel somewhat electric sesnation in my head which earlier subsided a week post vax. I feel like something is crawling in my body - this I did not suffer from earlier. I don't know anything anymore. I agree that reading all of this makes you anxious but how wpuld we get answers since the doctors haven't been supportive. 

9th October I got the jab, 14th October my symptoms showed up. Within a week or 10 days or so I felt better. I was confident this is just vitamin deficiency and I was cming back on track. I left this forum so as to feel better. I did everything of it. But all of it started coming back at me even worse by the end of October and now I'm feeling hopeless.

I am going to see a Neurologist but I hope he is as helpful and assuring as yours was. Hope we all come out of it soon. I am scared. Very very scared!

Your timeline sounds similar to mine. If this can help: I got the jab on August 29, mild symptoms started around September 5, around Sept 24 they were gone. On Sept 25 they came back full force plus new ones altogether so strong I thought It was the end. I was in bed for two weeks freaking out. Blood tests didn't show anything wrong. Starting from October 6 they started going away. They never came back as strong as they were. I have mild relapses and days where I am 100% already. Hope it will stay like this and that the last mild symptoms will go away soon.

I am assuming you're referring to my last comment on this thread. So since Oct 6th, it hasn't been so bad? Symptoms relapse but not so bad a before sounds good.

Did you see any doctor or neurologist? Did any other test apart from the blood test? I have some odd burning feeling in my thighs. From so long it was a left one and now its the right one too. Did you have anything of that sort too?

I hope it goes away as yours have subsided. May I know what were your exact symptoms? And were you on any medication and did you see a Neurologist?

I am about to see a Neurologist. Do reply, will help me on the muscle issue.

Do use the QUOTE option when you reply.

Hi Dee,

Yes I do confirm that since Oct 6th my symptoms are very mild and I have days where I don't have symptoms at all. Also, if I'm doing something else like working or talking with someone, even on days with mild symptoms, I don't notice them. I am a. a point where I notice my mild symptoms cause I am alert and I kind of check if they are there. 

I saw my GP, she ran some general test for my heart and blood tests. All good. She didn't believe it was the vaccine. I then spoke with other two doctors, my former GP that retired this June, he told me he saw many people with the weirdest side effects. They all resolved. I spoke with another doctor, homeopath and surgeon, he told me that there's plenty of people with our symptoms and they will resolve. He mentioned a friend of his experienced numbness in his hands for 1 month and a half+ other symptoms. It resolved. 

I was not on any meds before. I am super healthy, no previous conditions. 

Yes I had burning sensations in my arms, face and legs for a couple of days during the worst two weeks..it went away and never came back. Someone posted an article about nerves healing saying that the burning feeling is part of nerve healing. I don't know if my nerves were damaged cause I am really almost symptoms free and it was a very fast process.

I had ALL the possible symptoms: pins and needles, tingling, crawling under my skin, all these randomly everywhere in my body. Burning sensation, zaps in my arms, shooting pains and numbness in legs, numbness is my arms and half of my face, brain fog, feeling like sparkling water behind my eyes and in my head. Eye floaters, a huge depression I can't even describe with words, it was something chemical for sure, nothing I experienced before. Crazy nightmares. Insomnia. Buzzing and vibration in my head and randomly in my body. I cried so much that then I got fullness in ears and tinnitus. 

It ALL went away. I still have random tingles and pins and needles in my feet and hands very very mild. When they come they last a couple of hours and so far they come twice a week for a few hours. 

I worked on reducing my anxiety and fear with breathing, walking every day (this is helping so much!!!!), natural supplements. 

I'm living normally, hoping that the last mild symptoms will go away with time. I trust my body will fully heal. I will update you all again next month. I hope my experience will help. Good luck to everyone!!!

J

Thanks a lot! This was really helpful. I had been to a Neuro a day prior and he did say it seems like a chemical reaction in the brain that has caused it to send odd signals to the body. He wasn't really sure of what about the vax but when I asked him again and again, that's when he siad about the chemical reaction.

He did give me 2 tablets amd both fucked me up last night. One was for nerve pain/anti depressant and I had a very very high heart beat last night and lot of sweating. I still have a bad one today. But last night was so bad it woke me up from my sleep. 

I have decided to let my body heal on its own and will try to keep myself as calm as I can. 

I wantes to ask you something, pls replt to this, whe you went for walks and came back gome and sat down, did you thigh nerves start dancing? Like those disxo lights flickering continously for some time? I did go for a walk twice this week and my nerves (back side of the legs from the thigh to to base) started to have some flickering which was for sometime. 

May I know how long did it take to get back to normal? How many months post your jab?

Do you the Quote option when you respond. Thanks once again, this was helpful! Gave me a lot of hope.

Hi Dee,

Sorry to hear about your experience with meds that Neuro gave you 😢.

First days I started to going for walks again I had pain in my legs and when home I experienced some kind of bubbling feeling, but it felt more like blood circulation adjusting after a long time not walking for real. Now it's totally fine. I get my mild symptoms randomly. Walking doesn't trigger them at all, I think it really helps for me. I was very afraid walking would make it worst, but it didn't!

I got my first and only jab (Pfizer) on August 29th. I am at 2.5 months now, living 'normally' since around a month and getting better with each day. ❤

J

Oh! I see. So I am seeing your and my symptoms have been the same. I get what you said about the walk, the bubly feeling. Its so difficult to even put it in words what we're feeling these days.🤦🏼‍♀️ Yes, I have the same feeling post walks and I am so glad to see this comment right when I needed the answers. Its the Lord's sign! I believe! I am going to keep faith in the Lord!

I will continue with the walks everyday then. I am only going for short walks for 15-20 mins. I guess, its enough for the initial days and will try the breathing exercise too. How long do you do the both things you listed - walking and breathing?

And what do you mean by natural supplements? Could you pls share...

I am just on Vitamin D supplements for now, having green tea twice a day and try eating oranges but not everyday.

I hope I feel better by tomorrow and these side effect of the meds vanish so that I concentrate on the vax effects.

Also, I am just 1 month post vax. 9th Oct is when I took it and my symptoms showed up by 14th. Also, I've researched a bit and read here too, sex/masturbation too helps so will definitely try it out but won't overdo.

Anything to let us come back on track at this moment! 

I'll wait for your response. Sorry to bother but I really think you can help me here since our symptoms are exactly the same!

Do use the QUOTE option. Thanking you for all your help so far. God bless you and us all. May we all recover soon!🤍

 

Yes! Our symptoms are exactly the same! I've been there, looking for someone with my same exact symptoms writing they went away, so I know how it feels and I am happy to share it does get better!

I started with short walks, 20 minutes and I am now able to walk also in the nature, up and down hill. 45 minutes to one hour two times a day. 👍Breathing exercises: whenever I remember doing it. Especially in the morning and, before going to sleep. Even 5-10 minutes several times a day helps. Find what works for you, your body knows what it needs to feel better. Focusing on your breath disconnects from your fight/flight/freeze mode and activates your rest/digest mode. When we are in this mode, our body heals.

I am taking Griffonia Simplicifolia (5-htp) it's a herb that helps your body to create serotonine. It was a game changer for me. I'm still taking it once a day before going to sleep. Also Vitamin D 2000UI and vitamin C. That's all. Lots of water and herbal tea and anti inflammatory diet. 

Anxiety makes it worse, so working on that is very important.

Can't wait to hear you are getting better and that more people here are getting better. Keep me posted and take care!

J

I don't think I can get that supplement here in India and never heard about it. Did any doctor prescribe that to you?

I will continue green tea (will try If I can get herbal tea too), oranges and anti inflammatory diet, tender coconut water and a lot of water intake. 

Will try breathing exercise as much as I can and take a 15-20 mins walk everyday for now. I hope I get better soon. Thank you for all the help and guidance. Do keep us posted!


   
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@saraiowa I have three kids so I get it. I’m feeling better some days. I was curious since your name says @saraiowa if you are from iowa too? I haven’t found anyone in this state or country that has any idea what is going on. I’ve been to uihc and no answers either. Interesting you said something about thyroid stuff, I have a hypothyroid but am unsure if it is Hashimoto’s thyroiditis. I don’t think I can take supplements while breastfeeding but intend to after that. I thought about quitting BFing but all the docs I see and have seen including my child’s pediatrician said not to and I haven’t had anything bad on testing come back. It’s so hard to know what to do in this mess. I hope you are well! Did you report this to Pfizer? Also, I had gotten ahold of a neuro immunologist at the nih which I encourage anybody to get ahold of so maybe they will hault the vaccines until more research is conducted. 


   
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@katheriner33 I had the Pfizer first and only dose sept 3. 


   
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@medee I really do think that staying calm, positive and distracting yourself from these feelings and also the thoughts about them really helps. I had a few bad days where it all seemed to flare up but I was overthinking everything and panicking that Im going to have some serious health issues etc as a result . Then I spoke to my Dr who was quite reassuring. She said all vaccines can cause nerve flare ups but these covid ones are a lot stronger and generate a stronger immune response. She also said nerve pain generally always goes away with time, some people may just take longer than others. It's now just a case of either trying out different meds that will ease the symptoms, or just riding it out till our bodies naturally settle everything down. Since I had the talk with my Dr my symptoms are still there but i notice them a lot less and I'm focusing on other stuff. Some days I don't notice them much at all and I can see certain body parts which used to have nerve pain have now gotten better. So I definitely believe we should all try to minimise our anxiety about this as much as we can.

I didnt have ear pain but I did experience some tinnitus type symptoms a few times but they were very mild and passed quickly. 

My neuro prescribed me gabapentin as well and I took it for a few days but felt spaced out and not myself so I stopped it. 

I think the best bet is to just keep believing that your body is healing and this will all go away soon! 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Did you have a weird feeing in your head as well and ny sort of muscle weakness too?

I see that you've mentioned about your Dr and then Neuro. Just wanted to know if the nerve flare-up was said by the General Practitioner or the Neuro. If this is coming from the Neuro then it sounds like some relieving information. 

Also did your Neuro do any tests on you? 

Pls do use the QUOTE option while responding. You take care!

Hi Dee, I didn't have any head pain, but I did have twitches in muscles (even on my lip a few times) but mainly in limbs and fingers and toes.

My Dr and neuro both said its nerve flare up. At my last neuro appt she said that she has seen many patients with this and they have all resolved. She said if it was anything sinister it would have shown up on the nerve test she did on me and the physical exam. And also it's getting better not worse. She definitely doesn't think it's something like GBS. 

I'm now 4 weeks post second vax. My symptoms have decreased almost to the point of being gone. Some days I feel a minor twinge or muscle twitch but it's nowhere near as bad as it was a few weeks ago. I've just been staying positive, not thinking about it hardly at all, taking vitamins, exercising etc. I don't plan to go back to my neuro and I don't see anything else coming out of it but she was quite reassuring about everything and that it's nothing to worry about. She also said to stay away from reading things online and self diagnosing as it causes a lot of stress and anxiety which I agree with!

Have your symptoms improved? 

 

I don't know anymore if I am feeling better or worse. It started with muscle twitching on the 4th day post vax and then got pin and needles. Visited a dox who asked me to start Vitamin B12 and ran through some blood tests. Nothing came up except Vitamin D deficiency. I was prescribed Vitamin D tablets and sincd I was already taking B12 tablets a few days before the blood test, the reports did not show a deficiency on that.

A few days later, I started getting nerve pain at random places and the doctor prescribed Gabapin NT which I took for a day but the sude effects were bad - more muscle twiching and hypnic jerks. Post which I started taking half of it and not the whole tablet. The nerve pain started getting a bit better.

3 days later when to the ENT as I also had Tinnitus. He asked me to stop Gabapin and started his treatment for the ears. I was all fine during this time. The nerve issues were too less. All I was concentrating was on my Tinnitus.

All of a sudden my chest pain increased and it was unbearable. This was just a few days ago. I did have chest pain post vax but it was very slight. I also felt this is coz I have been anxious for too long so my body is acting up. But it wasn't the case.

Slowly all my symptoms came back. This time it was more severe than when it had begun. I feel weak in my legs. I feel somewhat electric sesnation in my head which earlier subsided a week post vax. I feel like something is crawling in my body - this I did not suffer from earlier. I don't know anything anymore. I agree that reading all of this makes you anxious but how wpuld we get answers since the doctors haven't been supportive. 

9th October I got the jab, 14th October my symptoms showed up. Within a week or 10 days or so I felt better. I was confident this is just vitamin deficiency and I was cming back on track. I left this forum so as to feel better. I did everything of it. But all of it started coming back at me even worse by the end of October and now I'm feeling hopeless.

I am going to see a Neurologist but I hope he is as helpful and assuring as yours was. Hope we all come out of it soon. I am scared. Very very scared!

Your timeline sounds similar to mine. If this can help: I got the jab on August 29, mild symptoms started around September 5, around Sept 24 they were gone. On Sept 25 they came back full force plus new ones altogether so strong I thought It was the end. I was in bed for two weeks freaking out. Blood tests didn't show anything wrong. Starting from October 6 they started going away. They never came back as strong as they were. I have mild relapses and days where I am 100% already. Hope it will stay like this and that the last mild symptoms will go away soon.

I am assuming you're referring to my last comment on this thread. So since Oct 6th, it hasn't been so bad? Symptoms relapse but not so bad a before sounds good.

Did you see any doctor or neurologist? Did any other test apart from the blood test? I have some odd burning feeling in my thighs. From so long it was a left one and now its the right one too. Did you have anything of that sort too?

I hope it goes away as yours have subsided. May I know what were your exact symptoms? And were you on any medication and did you see a Neurologist?

I am about to see a Neurologist. Do reply, will help me on the muscle issue.

Do use the QUOTE option when you reply.

Hi Dee,

Yes I do confirm that since Oct 6th my symptoms are very mild and I have days where I don't have symptoms at all. Also, if I'm doing something else like working or talking with someone, even on days with mild symptoms, I don't notice them. I am a. a point where I notice my mild symptoms cause I am alert and I kind of check if they are there. 

I saw my GP, she ran some general test for my heart and blood tests. All good. She didn't believe it was the vaccine. I then spoke with other two doctors, my former GP that retired this June, he told me he saw many people with the weirdest side effects. They all resolved. I spoke with another doctor, homeopath and surgeon, he told me that there's plenty of people with our symptoms and they will resolve. He mentioned a friend of his experienced numbness in his hands for 1 month and a half+ other symptoms. It resolved. 

I was not on any meds before. I am super healthy, no previous conditions. 

Yes I had burning sensations in my arms, face and legs for a couple of days during the worst two weeks..it went away and never came back. Someone posted an article about nerves healing saying that the burning feeling is part of nerve healing. I don't know if my nerves were damaged cause I am really almost symptoms free and it was a very fast process.

I had ALL the possible symptoms: pins and needles, tingling, crawling under my skin, all these randomly everywhere in my body. Burning sensation, zaps in my arms, shooting pains and numbness in legs, numbness is my arms and half of my face, brain fog, feeling like sparkling water behind my eyes and in my head. Eye floaters, a huge depression I can't even describe with words, it was something chemical for sure, nothing I experienced before. Crazy nightmares. Insomnia. Buzzing and vibration in my head and randomly in my body. I cried so much that then I got fullness in ears and tinnitus. 

It ALL went away. I still have random tingles and pins and needles in my feet and hands very very mild. When they come they last a couple of hours and so far they come twice a week for a few hours. 

I worked on reducing my anxiety and fear with breathing, walking every day (this is helping so much!!!!), natural supplements. 

I'm living normally, hoping that the last mild symptoms will go away with time. I trust my body will fully heal. I will update you all again next month. I hope my experience will help. Good luck to everyone!!!

J

Thanks a lot! This was really helpful. I had been to a Neuro a day prior and he did say it seems like a chemical reaction in the brain that has caused it to send odd signals to the body. He wasn't really sure of what about the vax but when I asked him again and again, that's when he siad about the chemical reaction.

He did give me 2 tablets amd both fucked me up last night. One was for nerve pain/anti depressant and I had a very very high heart beat last night and lot of sweating. I still have a bad one today. But last night was so bad it woke me up from my sleep. 

I have decided to let my body heal on its own and will try to keep myself as calm as I can. 

I wantes to ask you something, pls replt to this, whe you went for walks and came back gome and sat down, did you thigh nerves start dancing? Like those disxo lights flickering continously for some time? I did go for a walk twice this week and my nerves (back side of the legs from the thigh to to base) started to have some flickering which was for sometime. 

May I know how long did it take to get back to normal? How many months post your jab?

Do you the Quote option when you respond. Thanks once again, this was helpful! Gave me a lot of hope.

Hi Dee,

Sorry to hear about your experience with meds that Neuro gave you 😢.

First days I started to going for walks again I had pain in my legs and when home I experienced some kind of bubbling feeling, but it felt more like blood circulation adjusting after a long time not walking for real. Now it's totally fine. I get my mild symptoms randomly. Walking doesn't trigger them at all, I think it really helps for me. I was very afraid walking would make it worst, but it didn't!

I got my first and only jab (Pfizer) on August 29th. I am at 2.5 months now, living 'normally' since around a month and getting better with each day. ❤

J

Oh! I see. So I am seeing your and my symptoms have been the same. I get what you said about the walk, the bubly feeling. Its so difficult to even put it in words what we're feeling these days.🤦🏼‍♀️ Yes, I have the same feeling post walks and I am so glad to see this comment right when I needed the answers. Its the Lord's sign! I believe! I am going to keep faith in the Lord!

I will continue with the walks everyday then. I am only going for short walks for 15-20 mins. I guess, its enough for the initial days and will try the breathing exercise too. How long do you do the both things you listed - walking and breathing?

And what do you mean by natural supplements? Could you pls share...

I am just on Vitamin D supplements for now, having green tea twice a day and try eating oranges but not everyday.

I hope I feel better by tomorrow and these side effect of the meds vanish so that I concentrate on the vax effects.

Also, I am just 1 month post vax. 9th Oct is when I took it and my symptoms showed up by 14th. Also, I've researched a bit and read here too, sex/masturbation too helps so will definitely try it out but won't overdo.

Anything to let us come back on track at this moment! 

I'll wait for your response. Sorry to bother but I really think you can help me here since our symptoms are exactly the same!

Do use the QUOTE option. Thanking you for all your help so far. God bless you and us all. May we all recover soon!🤍

 

Yes! Our symptoms are exactly the same! I've been there, looking for someone with my same exact symptoms writing they went away, so I know how it feels and I am happy to share it does get better!

I started with short walks, 20 minutes and I am now able to walk also in the nature, up and down hill. 45 minutes to one hour two times a day. 👍Breathing exercises: whenever I remember doing it. Especially in the morning and, before going to sleep. Even 5-10 minutes several times a day helps. Find what works for you, your body knows what it needs to feel better. Focusing on your breath disconnects from your fight/flight/freeze mode and activates your rest/digest mode. When we are in this mode, our body heals.

I am taking Griffonia Simplicifolia (5-htp) it's a herb that helps your body to create serotonine. It was a game changer for me. I'm still taking it once a day before going to sleep. Also Vitamin D 2000UI and vitamin C. That's all. Lots of water and herbal tea and anti inflammatory diet. 

Anxiety makes it worse, so working on that is very important.

Can't wait to hear you are getting better and that more people here are getting better. Keep me posted and take care!

J

I don't think I can get that supplement here in India and never heard about it. Did any doctor prescribe that to you?

I will continue green tea (will try If I can get herbal tea too), oranges and anti inflammatory diet, tender coconut water and a lot of water intake. 

Will try breathing exercise as much as I can and take a 15-20 mins walk everyday for now. I hope I get better soon. Thank you for all the help and guidance. Do keep us posted!

A herbalist suggesed Griffonia. We can get it at herbal shops here in Italy where I am staying at the moment. 

Takre good care of yourself and yes I will update you all soon ❤


   
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@hooope does this YTube situation give answers before I go watch 


   
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Posted by: @heybro

@nawpan Did you have your injection on the left side?  My tingling is worse on the right side which is where I had my injection.

I read 6-8 weeks from people posting on reddit.  The sub is called covidvaccinated.  (Notice there is no thread for people to talk to each other BEFORE the vaccine, lol.  They'll let you talk to each other AFTER you get it, haha).

 

I did a search for numbness, tingling, and nerves.  And a lot of people who post about this problem say it goes away in 6-8 weeks.  Some less time than that, some more.

Hi. Does yours gone now?


   
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Posted by: @tangilella

Hello, I have tingling and numbness mostly in my hands, mainly my  right hand to the point it wakes me up at night with the pain.  Sometime I have to use and ice pack to help with the pain.   Has anyone had this type of reaction.  It started with a day or so of the first vaccine.  The joints in my hands started to hurt, it seems to be getting worse as sometimes I am unable too feel what is in my hand.

Hi. Does your symtoms gone? 


   
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@jkro some, about small fiber neuropathy and testing


   
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@lmkk are u taking medication for GBS?


   
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@lmkk i have pins and needles in my eyes too.


   
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