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Natalie_CA
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@helenn
Hi, I just read your post.  How are you feeling now? 


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Natalie_CA
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@lmkk 

I am glad you are feeling a lot better now.  I should start taking vit B and turmeric again.


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@medee Hi thanks for asking!  The MRI came back clear so no answers from Doctors.  It's been 3mths now and definitely feeling better, but still feel weak arm muscles, slight un-coordination in the arms and still some tingling in the soles of my feet and toes. Almost time for a booster 🙁 which I'm not looking forward too, unless Novavax gets approved soon in Australia. Wish everyone a speedy recovery!  


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KitKat
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One day after my second dose of Astrazeneca vaccine, 4 weeks ago (13 october 2021) , tingling started in my feet and the hands and face and tongue. i did MRI from brain and cervical MRI, i did EEG test, every thing was normal. my blood test also normal. i am 31 years old male and healthy without any disease.  The neurology doctor gave me gabapentin 100 mg which did not help much. i had 4 shots of Dexamethasone, which is steroid. i was better for few days but now i am not feeling normal. i think my feet and hands and arms muscles are weak and i dont now what to do...

 

Hi there, it is been 5 weeks after i let them inject that asterazenca poison in to my body. The tingling, numbness and weaknees is 50% better. However from 3 days ago, i have tinnitus in both ears. anybody have this broblem?

 

I hope everybody become healthy again ASAP. 

Hello everybody. I just want to report. It is now 2 months after my second shot of asterazenca. The tingling, numbness and weaknees is 75% better. I dont feel tingling and numbness in the legs or hands. sometimes it comes for a short period of time and then it goes. The ringing in the ear is also 75% better. 

 

However sience last week, i have a mild abdominal pain, in the lower right part of my stomach. i also had this pain after my first shot for one month. anybody has this broblem?

I hope everybody become healthy again ASAP. 

 

 

 

How's your abdominal pain? I've also had the lower right sided abdominal pain on and off. No idea what it could be but only began after Pfizer jab.


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@lmkk

Awesome thank you, please share the list with me.  I am doing meditation daily and it seems to calm me down.  Once when I started meditating, I could feel my body vibrate but after maybe a minute into a meditation, it stopped.  I guess being anxious doesn’t help.  I never had anxiety before the vaccine.

Hiya sorry it took so long to reply. Here is a list of useful questions to get the most from an appointment. I copied and pasted it from a GBS website.

Preparing for your appointment

You may be referred to a doctor who specializes in disorders of the brain and nervous system (neurologist).

What you can do

  • Write down your symptoms, including any that may seem unrelated to the reason why you scheduled the appointment.
  • Make a list of all your medications, vitamins and supplements.
  • Write down your key medical information, including other conditions.
  • Write down key personal information, including any recent changes or stressors in your life.
  • Write down questions to ask your doctor.
  • Ask a relative or friend to accompany you, to help you remember what the doctor says.

Questions to ask your doctor

  • What's the most likely cause of my symptoms?
  • What kinds of tests do I need?
  • What kind of treatments do I need?
  • How soon do you expect my symptoms to improve with treatment?
  • How fully do you expect I'll recover?
  • How long will recovery take?
  • Am I at risk of long-term complications?

In addition to the questions that you've prepared to ask your doctor, don't hesitate to ask other questions during your appointment.

What to expect from your doctor

Your doctor is likely to ask you a number of questions. Being ready to answer them may make time to go over points you want to spend more time on. You may be asked:

  • What are your symptoms, and what parts of your body are affected?
  • When did you first begin experiencing symptoms? Did they start suddenly or gradually?
  • Do your symptoms seem to be spreading or getting worse?
  • If you are experiencing weakness, does it affect one or both sides of your body?
  • Have you had problems with bladder or bowel control?
  • Have you had any problems with vision, breathing, chewing or swallowing?
  • Have you recently had an infectious illness?
  • Have you recently spent time in a forested area or traveled abroad?
  • Have you recently had any medical procedures, including vaccinations

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mohammadjm
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Posted by: @lmkk
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One day after my second dose of Astrazeneca vaccine, 4 weeks ago (13 october 2021) , tingling started in my feet and the hands and face and tongue. i did MRI from brain and cervical MRI, i did EEG test, every thing was normal. my blood test also normal. i am 31 years old male and healthy without any disease.  The neurology doctor gave me gabapentin 100 mg which did not help much. i had 4 shots of Dexamethasone, which is steroid. i was better for few days but now i am not feeling normal. i think my feet and hands and arms muscles are weak and i dont now what to do...

 

Hi there, it is been 5 weeks after i let them inject that asterazenca poison in to my body. The tingling, numbness and weaknees is 50% better. However from 3 days ago, i have tinnitus in both ears. anybody have this broblem?

 

I hope everybody become healthy again ASAP. 

Hello everybody. I just want to report. It is now 2 months after my second shot of asterazenca. The tingling, numbness and weaknees is 75% better. I dont feel tingling and numbness in the legs or hands. sometimes it comes for a short period of time and then it goes. The ringing in the ear is also 75% better. 

 

However sience last week, i have a mild abdominal pain, in the lower right part of my stomach. i also had this pain after my first shot for one month. anybody has this broblem?

I hope everybody become healthy again ASAP. 

 

 

 

How's your abdominal pain? I've also had the lower right sided abdominal pain on and off. No idea what it could be but only began after Pfizer jab.

Yes, mine started exactly few days after my first shot of asterazenca (these vaccines are almost simmilar). The mild pain is usually in the right side and lower part of abdominal. i also did the ultrasound, everything was normal. The doctor gave me Metronidazole 250mg, it is better now (maybe 50% better) but the pain comes and goes.

The pain is very mild but it makes you wonder why this is happening... i try not to think or concentrate on the pain and it helps me. Hope we all become healthy again. 

 


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@medee Hi thanks for asking!  The MRI came back clear so no answers from Doctors.  It's been 3mths now and definitely feeling better, but still feel weak arm muscles, slight un-coordination in the arms and still some tingling in the soles of my feet and toes. Almost time for a booster 🙁 which I'm not looking forward too, unless Novavax gets approved soon in Australia. Wish everyone a speedy recovery!  

Glad you're feeling better!

Did the doctors say how long will it take to get back to normal?

 


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@nawpan my blood work came back good also. I’ve been internally tremoring and buzzing through my head and trunk for over 2 mos. It’s definitely unsettling. I’m taking quite a few supplements throughout the day. One that I just got in yesterday is called NAC. It’s supposed to help with cell repair among other things. I’ve also been reading about the health benefits of lions mane and turkey tail mushrooms. I may give them a try. I’m desperate to get this gone. I can tell since the week of Thanksgiving that the symptoms have wound down somewhat, but they are still there. I’m nowhere near back to 100%. I was running 3-4 days a week before all this happened. Now when I’m too scared to even try. It’s just the strangest symptoms. I pray this all cycles out of our bodies eventually. 


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Jules Baldwin
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hello there 

I have been reading through this forum and saw you had had your second dose. I got mine today, I didn’t want to but we are going to the Uk to see our grandaughter and needed to be vaccinated. 
Anyway a few hours in and I have itching/ pins and needles but not too bad yet, I just wondered if you experienced any other symptoms a few days in? 
I am on an anti inflammatory diet and take Vit D3 Vit C, Quercetin , Zinc and NAC! I think maybe it would have been worse had I not been on this diet , maybe not. 
Anyway I do hope you are well and look forward to your reply 

 

xx


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Bianca
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@davec my numbness has still not gone away and keeps spreading to more parts of my body in large patches - some worse than others. Severe numbness. This has been happening for 7 months now. Has yours recovered yet?


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Haraa21
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@kmk3 hello everyone i have the same issues 6 days after vaccination with the second dose of pfizer i m numb from my head to my toes on the ride side .

Please can anyone help?is there anyone who felt better and when ???


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Dee
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Posted by: @andyl89

Hi all! I came across this page and Im currently relating to a lot the symptoms people have listed on here.

I received my second Pfizer dose mid July 2021. 5 weeks later I began to experience an on off burning sensation in my left calf (the side I received the vaccine). This came and went, but a week or two later I noticed tingling in my hand whilst holding a mobile phone. This tingling over the space of a week spread to both sides and up my forearms and into my face at one point, luckily the facial tingling disappeared as soon as it started. A few days later, the tingling then appeared on the tops of my ankles and up my legs to just below the knee. It is intermittent and tends to come and go.

2 weeks in I then began to experience twitches when trying to fall asleep. These occur randomly all over (legs, arms, hand, abdomen & neck/throat). I find them extremely annoying and they raise anxiety levels through the roof.

I have no history of any MS symptoms and I recently visited my GP, who carried out a full examination stating that there are no issues. I discussed the possibility of the Pfizer vaccine causing these issues to which he stated it could absolutely be the cause. 

Thanks 

A

How are you feeling now? Has the burning subsided?

What about all the other symptoms?


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Streicforce
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My husband had his second Pfizer vaccine February 12th, and 2 weeks later developed tingling in his hands that subsequently went to his feet and then lastly to his face, which is the one that bothers him the most. Had a complete neurological exam and dr said his nerves were misfiring. Did not believe was vaccine related. Put him on Gabapentin which helped some then stopped helping.  Dr doubled Gabapentin but the side effects are bothersome and also not much help with the numbness and tingling.  So he is going to be weaned off. We heard acupuncture might be an option. Going to think about that route.  Also going to add Vitamin D and magnesium.  He ended up getting the Moderna booster because we were going out of the country and he feels no differently after his booster.  


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I have been following this forum for weeks now in hopes that the people that posted months ago would be back with hopeful progress. I had my first and only Pfizer shot on Oct 13th and 3 days later had to go to emergency as my heart was beating way too fast. I was sent home with "anxiety". I thought I was having a heart attack!

After seeing a cardiologist i was diagnosed with Pericarditis and Pericardial effusion (fluid on heart). This was scary but because I had a diagnoses I felt confident that my heart would heal. He said it is a mild case and can be treated with daily ibuprofen. 

About 10 days later I started getting pins and needles (parasthesia) on my ankles which eventually spread to my whole body at different times, even my head and eyeballs, but it is almost always present in my tailbone/lower back. I also experienced vertigo for 3 days which did go away but now every day I feel as though I am rocking on a boat. I also had a twitch under my left eye constantly which has subsided, but I still have alot of twitching all over my body, jerks while falling asleep, internal vibrations, burning feeling on skin, tremors, eye pain, twitching in abdomen, panic attacks, muscle cramps, pressure in ears, weakness (mostly in wrists), and a strange feeling in my head like it is full of water. I've always been such a good sleeper and since this im lucky to get a nights sleep. I have also lost 10 kilos in the last 10 weeks. 

I have seen a few drs, most of which laughed at me and said I have anxiety. I obviously do now because this is scary, no one has answers. I feel the medical system has failed us. If I hadn't of followed up with a Cardiologist, against the hospitals advice I would of never known about my heart. 

I recently had an appointment with a neurologist and my peripheral nerves are fine, I am scheduled for an MRI of my brain and cervical spine this week, also an ANA blood test. He asked me if I had Pfizer and stated that he has seen this alot but couldn't explain why. He prescribed me Endep for nerve pain but I havent taken it as the side effects says it can give you heart palpitations which I already have due to the pericarsitis so im waiting until my next cardiologist appointment to see how that is progressing. 

I dont know at this point if I have good days or I am just used to dealing with these symptoms. I definitely agree that anxiety amplifies everything. I've never felt anxiety like this before. This has completely consumed my mind, its all I think about. Its the not knowing. If I knew it would certainly go away then I'd be happy to patiently wait but new symptoms seem to always pop up. I've read every single post on this forum and pretty much no one has had a proper diagnoses.  I too am guilty of googling my symptoms and diagnosing myself with terrible conditions. When I distract myself I feel alot better, which at times had me convinced that maybe this is just anxiety. 

Im sorry for the long post but please, anyone.. do any of you have answers? Have you gotten any better? I'm going on 10 weeks of feeling like this. 

I take Omega 3, vitamin D (have always had a vitamin d deficiency), B complex, magnesium and Imuni to boost my immune system and repair cell damage. I also take propanalol for the shaking/tremors which I feel helps a great deal. 

Please someone tell me this went away and after how long?


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@jessm  Hi Jess, for myself, it's been close to 6 months. Some are luckier and have drs that will work with them versus give the textbook - axiety: everything and anything. That's the harder part, Ive been unlucky. I think that it can fast track your body getting over its Vax reaction. 

I guess I want to tell you, don't be hard on yourself. There is nothing to indicate that this will remain. Many people on this site have return to inform us of their improvement. I've read your post and feel your hardship. 

I've found that Ibuprofen and Tylenol to help the most. I haven't found what has triggered my symptoms, as some have on here. 

I guess my message doesn't say much but, I just want to tell you, that you are not alone -including the mental burden and reactions that you've faced - I am sending you much encouragement. 


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