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Dee
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Posted by: @rati

@nawpan 2 weeks post Pfizer and lots of pins and needles. Any recommendations?

Copy pasting a response I just shared with a user:

Vitamin tablets help to some extent. Pins amd needles hit me 1st along with muscle tremors.

I was told its a rare side effect and suggested to start Vitamin B12 supplements. This was the only side effect I had on the 1st day. I began taking it, it started to subside. 

2 months now, I have very very sharp shooting pain like some stabbed a needle in my skin. It has happened in these 2 weeks on and off. It is unbearable and I endup screaming in pain. Hopefully you won't reach that stage. Check for B12.

Also lot of us have started anti inflammatory foods. I too fid it when I read it helped others.

I have a few other issues with started post vax so I cannot say I have recovered yet and not sure when will I recover but yes, the Vitamin supplement could help you.

 


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Jessie
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Posted by: @medee
Posted by: @jkro

have any of you seen an immunologist? I’m going to see one that specializes in drug allergy. I’m curious what any of you have been told? 

Have you been to the immunologist? What are they saying?

Yes, she was no help. 


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Paul Madole
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I have had severe adverse side effects from the vaccine since August. I just want to tell you all it does get better with time. Although I'm not out of the woods yet I feel I've improved around 80 percent. Some of the side effects I experienced were

 

Back pain. 

Intense joint pain to the point it was affecting my ability to walk. 

Pins and needles. 

Half my face went numb a handful of times. 

A burning sensation on my chest and legs.

Hot water sensitivity.

Shooting pains throughout my head and spine. 

Chest pains. 

Fatigue. 

Insomnia. 

Sporatic muscle spasms/twitches. 

Shakey hands. 

Limb weakness. 

Vision impairment. 

Involuntary eye movement. 

Eye pain. 

Dizziness. 

Nausea. 

Brain fog. 

Panic attacks.

Etc. 

 

BUT WITH TIME ALL OF THIS HAS IMPROVED GREATLY. I SERIOUSLY THOUGHT I HAD A DEBILITATING DISEASE. NOT TO BE MORBID BUT I THOUGHT I WAS DIEING. IT CAME ON SO FAST AND AT TIMES WAS QUITE SCARY. BUT I FOUND THE GREATEST RELIEF WAS STAYING ACTIVE AND STAYING CALM. 

At rest all of the side effects happened at once but through any activity I found many symptoms excluding the pins and needles and numbness was almost dormant. IT GETS BETTER. STAY STRONG. 

 

 

 


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Jean
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@anna1369 

Hi Anna.  I haven't been on here to read this forum for awhile but I decided to look at it tonight.  

Like you, I also had insane itching (along with paraesthesia, tingling, etc).  I've been taking Alegra for the itching.  I take a lot - 2 24 hr tablets twice a day, and Pepcid.  If you read a lot of these posts you'll realize that healing from this is a long and slow process.  So hang in there.  I totally know how bad that itching can be.  It's terrible.  I still have nerve pain, but the itching is mostly under control for me now.     


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ray
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Has anyone had a skin biopsy to test for small fiber neuropathy? 


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Dee
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Posted by: @jolie

Hello, I waited to feel better for some weeks at least before updating you all. I got my first and only Pfizer dose on August 29th. The worst moment was weeks 3 and 4. I really though it was the end. I got paresthesia, numbness in legs, arms and half of my face, burning sensation, internal vibration at night (the scariest thing ever), insomnia, tremors, stomach ache, what I would call waves of terror and doom (nothing to do with regular anxiety), ah I also have eyes floaters (getting a bit better). Starting from week 5 symptoms started to get better and better. I'm experiencing relapses but very very mild. I never went back to how I was feeling on week 3 and 4. This last month I was at 90%-95% all the time. Last week I was 100% for several days already and yesterday night I was feeling tingling in my legs again but very mild. Thanks to this forum I know it's going to take a while, but having already great days made me really hopeful. I'm eating super healthy and anti inflammatory food, I am just taking vitamin D and C at the moment. I moved back to my parents and I've been living like a retired person even if I am 36 😂 Trying to stay positive and surrounded by people that love, believe and support you is so important. I will write another update next month hoping to improve and be able to give you more good news and hope ❤ Sending love to you all. 

How are you now? Hope you didn't have a relapse. 

Do update us all. 


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Jolie Molie
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Posted by: @medee
Posted by: @jolie

Hello, I waited to feel better for some weeks at least before updating you all. I got my first and only Pfizer dose on August 29th. The worst moment was weeks 3 and 4. I really though it was the end. I got paresthesia, numbness in legs, arms and half of my face, burning sensation, internal vibration at night (the scariest thing ever), insomnia, tremors, stomach ache, what I would call waves of terror and doom (nothing to do with regular anxiety), ah I also have eyes floaters (getting a bit better). Starting from week 5 symptoms started to get better and better. I'm experiencing relapses but very very mild. I never went back to how I was feeling on week 3 and 4. This last month I was at 90%-95% all the time. Last week I was 100% for several days already and yesterday night I was feeling tingling in my legs again but very mild. Thanks to this forum I know it's going to take a while, but having already great days made me really hopeful. I'm eating super healthy and anti inflammatory food, I am just taking vitamin D and C at the moment. I moved back to my parents and I've been living like a retired person even if I am 36 😂 Trying to stay positive and surrounded by people that love, believe and support you is so important. I will write another update next month hoping to improve and be able to give you more good news and hope ❤ Sending love to you all. 

How are you now? Hope you didn't have a relapse. 

Do update us all. 

Hi Dee, I am still good! No relapses!!! Just some minor tingling in my legs sometimes in the evening before going to sleep. I just had four days with no symptoms at all. I generally feel like my old self except for this little thing. ❤ I will keep you all updated! 


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Dee
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Posted by: @jolie
Posted by: @medee
Posted by: @jolie

Hello, I waited to feel better for some weeks at least before updating you all. I got my first and only Pfizer dose on August 29th. The worst moment was weeks 3 and 4. I really though it was the end. I got paresthesia, numbness in legs, arms and half of my face, burning sensation, internal vibration at night (the scariest thing ever), insomnia, tremors, stomach ache, what I would call waves of terror and doom (nothing to do with regular anxiety), ah I also have eyes floaters (getting a bit better). Starting from week 5 symptoms started to get better and better. I'm experiencing relapses but very very mild. I never went back to how I was feeling on week 3 and 4. This last month I was at 90%-95% all the time. Last week I was 100% for several days already and yesterday night I was feeling tingling in my legs again but very mild. Thanks to this forum I know it's going to take a while, but having already great days made me really hopeful. I'm eating super healthy and anti inflammatory food, I am just taking vitamin D and C at the moment. I moved back to my parents and I've been living like a retired person even if I am 36 😂 Trying to stay positive and surrounded by people that love, believe and support you is so important. I will write another update next month hoping to improve and be able to give you more good news and hope ❤ Sending love to you all. 

How are you now? Hope you didn't have a relapse. 

Do update us all. 

Hi Dee, I am still good! No relapses!!! Just some minor tingling in my legs sometimes in the evening before going to sleep. I just had four days with no symptoms at all. I generally feel like my old self except for this little thing. ❤ I will keep you all updated! 

Smiling ear to ear while reading this!😊 Hope you get rid of these tiny issues soon.🤍

I'm no where close to this but I hope I soon post a similar update on the forum. Right now just running through multiple tests to rule out all issues. Heart issue is the main worry for me. 

Take care! Stay in touch. I hope you get an exemption from the vax.


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Saba
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@jolie That is great to hear! Hope you continue to recovery fully from what is left! Have your eye floaters resolved as well? Thanks. 


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Donna
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@paulmizzle what vaccine did you get? Did you take or or two doses? 
glad to hear you are seeing improvement. 


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Paul Madole
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@dgingoglia Pfizer. Two doses. 


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Hailey
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Just wanted to share that I have gone to the Neurologist who ran tests. He has concluded from what he has seen from me, is that the vaccine had caused inflammation in my spinal cord hence the nerve pains and muscle tremor etc... He isn't sure how long this will last. I am giving prednisone another go and then giving it time like everyone else. I pray for everyone's speedy recovery. 


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Natalie_CA
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Posted by: @aisha

@nawpan Hi how do you feel now ? 

I have got the same issue and now week passed since my second does and I'm freaking out ...did it go away ? I called my GP and theh dismissed my complain an I don't know what to do thinking it wont go away and it kind of increase when I think about it ....

Hi, sorry I just saw your message.  I think I am feeling better but still have buzzing feeling under my feet sometimes.  It’s been more than 6 months for me now but don’t freak out.  Maybe you are okay already?  It’s been almost 3 months since you sent this message.


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Posted by: @helenn

@nawpan 

I have the same. I lie down in bed and there goes the buzzing.

I sit watching something on the telly and gigantic bubbles start to pop in my calves?! What the hell?! 

How are you feeling now?  Sorry for the late reply, I didn’t get any email notification when someone sent me a message.  I have been feeling better in the last month.  I still have buzzing sensation but internal vibration and bubbly feeling subside (I feel more of those when I am stress or anxious).  I find that meditation really helps. 


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Posted by: @hailey

Just wanted to share that I have gone to the Neurologist who ran tests. He has concluded from what he has seen from me, is that the vaccine had caused inflammation in my spinal cord hence the nerve pains and muscle tremor etc... He isn't sure how long this will last. I am giving prednisone another go and then giving it time like everyone else. I pray for everyone's speedy recovery. 

What test did yr dr do fir you to detect inflamation of spinal cord?


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