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Bella187
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@kg1986 thanks for sharing your experience.  I have been on this forum for a while and reading everyone experiencing similar symptoms and side effects. I have never been against vaccines or science but from all the testimonials here I think I would consider these vaccine related injuries and don’t agree with the mandates that are being enforced across the country.  Where there is risk there should be choice so I hope that the powers that be these realize that there is a portion of the population that is suffering from these vaccines. I feel like because the majority of the population might be ok that the minority is being overlooked or being dismissed as unrelated to the vaccine.  Also it could be because it’s so new that the medical community is not yet aware of it.  I myself could not imagine getting another dose of the vaccine after what I’ve been through and am still going through.  Though I have mostly recovered I still have times where I get the numbness the tingling and the zapping sensations.  My longest running symptom seems to be what has been identified  as reactive arthritis.  The joints in my lower back, ankles , and feet are always hurting now and this has never been an issue for me. Reactive arthritis has been known to occur after vaccination.  When you talk about the number of doctors you have seen I can definitely identify with that. I have seen more specialists in the months following the vaccine than I have in my whole entire life!  I am trying to figure out now if there is a treatment for my achy joints and currently supplementing with bone broth but I feel like my body possibly needs something stronger like a steroid to get back on track.  Best wishes in restoring your health.  I pray that a name and treatment plan is identified for those of us that have experienced the adverse reactions.  


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Kristin
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@mbelle I agree with you 100%! I got the vaccine because I believed I was doing the right thing, although I was absolutely going back and forth because it was so new. My rheumatologist actually said to me that in a few years they will be able to put a name on what we’re going through so it is becoming something that’s being talked about more, and I think people are going to keep presenting with these symptoms so hopefully at some point they can come up with a treatment to help, or  at least start warning people because right now nobody talks about it. I am just lucky I found this forum and others like it because I was going crazy wondering what was happening to me. I have a similar issue with my joints. My hands mostly some days are worse than others. And yes my ankles also bother me especially if I work out. I had awful awful back pain/neck pain but I started getting massages regularly and that has improved immensely. My cardiologist started me on a new anti inflammatory so I am hoping that may even help with the joint issues. The vitamins I’ve  been taking also really have done a lot to help, along w a super clean diet. I certainly will not be getting the booster or any future vaccines, I wouldn’t wish this on anyone! Wishing you the best and everyone that is going thru it! 

ps- I posted a couple weeks ago I’m not sure if I put it in the right spot but there is a video of a physician who is one of the first to get the vaccine when it was in trial and she is suffering from our same symptoms.  I think hers is even more extreme because it’s been a year of it and it’s a whole video of her testifying against the drug company because they have not done anything that they promised after she started having the reaction including medical costs etc its pretty crazy. I keep telling my husband if they start mandating it for younger kids I have a six-month-old and a 2 1/2 year-old they will not be going to school because I am not putting that in them (I’m not anti vx either they have all their normal vaccines). Hoping this is all a distant memory by then!


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Kristin
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@rosew i’m sorry to hear you’re going through that I had probably 2 months of extreme weakness in my legs and arms to the point where I was scared to get out of bed I thought I was going to fall or going downstairs was very hard. When I would wake up in the morning it was a very strange feeling and it’s hard to describe but I just had this fuzzy feeling and I just knew that it was weakness I just didn’t know how to explain it  … I was very clumsy, dropping things and texting on my phone was impossible some days. Even flexing my arm would cause my muscles to quiver it was so strange and a scary feeling. It did slowly start getting better and my legs do not really feel weak anymore although I do have some discomfort as I just started to work out again but it comes and goes. I know everyone is unique and everyone’s body is handling this differently but I do think for the most part it seems to be getting better for people. I think right now I am 75-80% better than I was a month ago.   I am just hoping it stays this way and hope you start feeling better too. 


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Bella187
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@kg1986 OMG yes!  Had I known these were possible side effects I wouldn’t have gotten this vaccine.  I too went back-and-forth due to the newness of it but was so insecure being in the middle of this unprecedented event that I got it thinking I was doing the right thing. And I’d forgotten about the weakness in my hands. I now cannot open any type of jar or bottle without an opener. And yes, I’ve seen the testimony of the physician you mention and have since found a lot more news reports coming out.  Their words are spot on descriptions of the experiences in this forum.  However, people are being dismissed as if they have anxiety or psychological issues because the tests are not showing that anything is wrong but that doesn’t mean that there isn’t something seriously wrong here. It just means that they haven’t been able to find out what it is yet. Like you, I maintain as clean a diet as possible having at least one green drink/smoothie daily and exercising 5-6 days a week. I prefer natural remedies when possible but am acknowledging to myself that a little more might be needed. At one point the stiffness in my back threatened my exercise routine but I pushed through it and I will continue to push as staying active seems to help. I don’t understand why there is mounting pressure to get a 3rd and 4th booster when the variants  seem to keep coming and not accounted for in the booster. Seems like it might be wise to see if the Omicron variant will stabilize the severity of this pandemic first.  Whatever the case I can’t get another round of what I had. I have worn masks and socially distanced my family since the start of this thing and will continue to do the best I can to avoid it.  


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RoseW
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@kg1986 

Thank you for your answer. That does help me. I experience some of the same as you described. For me it is all below the waist. But the body wide quivering... ever so slight trembling...  is since just less than a week present. Yes, the weakness in my legs... and I did fall earlier this week. Took me almost half an hour to get up off the floor. And talking falling... oh help!!! I am trembling all over... whilst closing the over curtains I just fell again. (I'm in tears!!!) Unlike the previous fall, I somehow managed to get up within a few minutes. An absolute miracle! 

Yes, like you too, stairs are an issue. After my faill now, I hope I will be able to get up the stairs tonight... in some five to five and a half hours.  

I am doing so badly now, that I am actually considering getting a walking frame. And to think that I was active and healthy, and had no medical issues, when I walked to get my first jab. 

Yes, you are right, even though we have the same symptoms/side effects, our bodies react differently. But I can glean some comfort from what you tell me. 
Hopefully this pass rather sooner than later for us all. 


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Craig
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Facial numbness still. First and only shot 8 months ago. 1st reaction was numbness in right forearm and then left arm and face the next day.


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HelenB
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@rosew 

I think you should go to urgent care or ER or A&E and not let them discharge you until they tested you for GBS if they haven't yet.

I haven't fallen but the stuff destroyed my legs (and arms at times). I can still move fine but everything often feels wrong and horrible and unbearable.

It took them 5 months to run an MRI on me (no results yet). They just don't care which baffles me as the number of us is only gonna grow with more and more jabs dished out.


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HelenB
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@kg1986 

I was hoping for the 3 months salvation then 4 or 5 and still it's just here. But at first I really did think I would die or get completely paralysed and couldn't eat for months from nausea. So it is improving still. I just want it gone though. I am desperate for it to be gone.

I can maybe get one BioBody thing. Do you think it should be the PC oil? It's pricey but I want to try everything. Do I understand correctly that you took both this and NAC? Can it be taken at the same time or different times? Sorry for the mountain of questions.

One thing is for sure they will only go near my kids with this junk across my dead body. No , no, no. 

 

 


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HelenB
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@mbelle 

I was uneasy too. They made it clear they can't be held responsible if something goes wrong so that was enough for me. But then ppl got jabbed and I saw not a single one badly affected. So I thought it would be OK, I wanted to visit my family abroad, but I got very unlucky.

Should have listened to my gut feeling. 

The being brushed off and the whole gaslighting side of this whole thing (just anxiety bla bla) makes it all the worse.

 


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RoseW
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Posted by: @helenn

@rosew 

I think you should go to urgent care or ER or A&E and not let them discharge you until they tested you for GBS if they haven't yet.

I haven't fallen but the stuff destroyed my legs (and arms at times). I can still move fine but everything often feels wrong and horrible and unbearable.

It took them 5 months to run an MRI on me (no results yet). They just don't care which baffles me as the number of us is only gonna grow with more and more jabs dished out.

@helenn

Thank you for your response. Last month, around Xmas time, I raised this matter with my doctor... but, true to form he poo-poo'd it, and displayed his total disinterest. Changing doctors appears to be nigh on impossible here in the Netherlands... at least that is the impression I got. I will lodge a complaint though. The man is a useless git! And, that is what angers me so much, is that they just do not care, whilst evidence of side effects are growing. 

The thing is that my right side (leg/feet, and from waist down) has been starting to feel better. Not a lot, but better than before.
I had the jab in my left arm, and the 2nd jab I could feel the poison spreading thoughout my body. A rather terrifying feeling.
I fell because my left side is numb, feels odd, sort of weak, and my left foot slipped. Same as earlier this week. 

Initially I too thought about GBS, even though, save for the tingling/numbness I had no other symptoms. 
I am very stressed though... very, very angry, and I feel so helpless and hopeless... and have wondered if the inner trembling/quivering is due to that. Anger and stress can make you shake.
The Dutch govt medical side effects center LAREB whom I contacted twice, lastly just over a week ago, confirmed that my/our symptoms are known - the tingling/numbness, as well as the weakness, dizziness/unsteadiness, swollen feet/legs (AND hands too!), increased BP, etc. And even though Pfizer knows about all this, they have not done anything about addressing this matter yet. Instead they keep on dishing out that accursed poison. I also spoke to Pfizer before Xmas and they acknowledged that they knew about these side effects. 
I am appalled by the ruthlessness, the disdain, the disinterest... no wonder, that on top of everything, I am also a quivering, furious mess.  

Going to a hospital or such is out of the question. I'm totally on my own (no family, no friends here, new in this house)... live in a rural albeit large village... plus, more importantly, I have 5 midle aged/elderly pets, and I am not going to leave them under any circumstances.
On top of that, it appears that blood tests, other tests, scans, etc, all come back negative, unless someone had a pre-existing medical condition, so, before the jab. I have no desire to be guinea pig or lab rat, and to be cast aside as a hyponchondriac or some such when they don't find anything. 

To say I am bitter and angry is an understatement, and often too close to despairing, but I keep hoping. Today is 2 months and 13 days since that first accursed jab...how many more months? LAREB said it could last days, a few months, but cases of 6 months were known.  

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Buzzing (not in a good way) Steve
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I would urge anyone to report the side effects to their relevant Government Body.

If you're in the UK like me it's the following website:

https://coronavirus-yellowcard.mhra.gov.uk/

I've reported chronic paresthesia as a possible side effect and although I still suffer (almost 7 mths from second dose, had a booster end of Dec), I get the odd week where it does go away, only to come back again! But I'd say close to 50% of days are ok.. it's a persistent little fecker! 


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HelenB
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@montydes 

 

I'm UK too. So I can report it? My neuro said they filed a report after they diagnosed someone as a side effect so I thought I'd also have to just wait for my neuro to sign it too. I reported it to Pfizer but not the yellow card scheme.


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HelenB
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@rosew 

It's true that most tests come back negative but in some GBS cases the treatment is important and there will be a few cases where they might find something. I'm sorry that you can't leave your animals. If you do feel like you are moving less and less then do try and ask someone to feed them and go to a hospital so that you can come back and look after your friends for long still!

I did go to A&E for the first time in my life but they kicked me out with "no idea"! I would laugh but it's really sad I think.

Thanks for confirming they know about us. Hopefully this is a good sign that it will go away.... otherwise surely they wouldn't risk endangering the next generation?! Surely not in the US and EU where some under 10s are already jabbed?!

I had shakes but I wasn't shaking. It was less than a week in total but it started at a time I thought I was improving. So I went to bed and suddenly I thought I was gonna die again because I never ever felt like that. My whole body felt shaking but nothing really did it was just a feeling. I think if someone can do this to themselves with anxiety they deserve a medal. This was unnatural. I am super sensitive but I don't tend to have the kind of anxiety that makes your leg tingle that's why this whole thing is so new to me. 

There have been ppl coming back to say they are better so let's try and stay positive! But it's hard and I sooo envy all those others who have no idea....


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Buzzing (not in a good way) Steve
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@helenn 

Yep definitely report it to the yellow card scheme. The more reports they have, the more likely they are to give us answers..


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Buzzing (not in a good way) Steve
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@helenn 

I've had 4 MRI's , various blood tests, 4 consultants, Nerve conductivity test. The whole lot.. All came back clear so they've now diagnosed severe anxiety for which I'm getting treatment for..

I still can't believe anxiety caused this (it's their standard answer when they don't know the cause) ! I may never find out but hope it goes completely soon as it's insane how persistent it is..

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