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Old 08-05-2022, 04:49 PM #671
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I am curious, has anyone else who peruses this specific thread had their symptoms flare after covid?

I realize that could be a pretty small sample from those of us who actively read/use this thread, but thought I would see if anyone else may have had a correlation there.
I actually felt almost symptom free when I got the jab and that sent me to bed for 2-3 days, but the PN was gone. I felt like ****, but even that was better than PN. Now most of my symptoms are gone. Today for example I was symptom free. I have had COVID before PN, so I cannot refer to that.
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Old 08-06-2022, 06:47 AM #672
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I actually felt almost symptom free when I got the jab and that sent me to bed for 2-3 days, but the PN was gone. I felt like ****, but even that was better than PN. Now most of my symptoms are gone. Today for example I was symptom free. I have had COVID before PN, so I cannot refer to that.
So here is some irony. My wife actually had nerve pain for a couple months as a reaction to her second vaccine dose.

But I agree that anything I had symptom wise from covid or a vaccine dose isnít as bad as a bad day/stretch when my SFN flares up.
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Old 08-07-2022, 04:08 AM #673
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Leg weakness at times, I no longer have any tingling or numbness and I still can't run. If I attempt to jog I look like a drunken sailor...

That's about it.
I am happy that you don't have tingling and numbness, especially knowing that they come and go with this nightmare any times they want.

I cannot run either, but because I am operated with a lumbar fusion, so even if I can do that, it is not fun. I can live without jogging, I never liked it anyway. Only used run after leaving public transport. I can ride a horse and bike, walk and hike and I am so happy. I thought I would loose those forever, but I got them back! I got my life back. I am a "man" again after 3 months of trying to redefine my reality looking at women without any attraction. In retrospect it was an interesting experiment, but experiencing it was not fun.

So after 11 years this is what you have left. It seems like you have gone a little further, than I did. Still it is amazing how you could restore your health to an acceptable level. The key is to learn to live with what we have. The healing capacity of our body combined with a strong will is miraculous, so I hope you will still improve.
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