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Old 09-04-2014, 09:12 PM   #11
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Thank you for your reply. My daughter had her last shot two weeks ago. Her tingling symptoms have not worsened so we are optimistic that they will resolve. Thank you again!
Besides the tingling is she having any itchy/prickly sensations under her skin? Any joint or limp stifness or pain?


Please consider filing a report in the VAERS (Vaccine Events Reporting System).
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Old 09-04-2014, 10:03 PM   #12
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I'm sorry for your trouble tnshopper. Here is some info on detox. I believe John Bergman knows what he is talking about.

How to Detox from Vaccines
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nFrzq29a2zw
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Old 09-08-2014, 06:49 PM   #13
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Wow. I'm so sorry you and others here have had this kind of trouble with the vaccine.

My daughter and I had to have the vaccine series in 2003 I think it was. I reacted more to each booster as it went along. But nothing like what you all are experiencing right now.

What struck me and drew me to this thread was thinking of the possible link between the vaccine and the PN I now have. My symptoms didn't begin til after the vaccine. Maybe that's not entirely accurate because I don't know what the earliest symptoms might have been. But I do know it was after the vaccine that things really started to amplify. And so far no cause has been found for my PN.
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Old 10-22-2014, 09:33 PM   #14
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I received the first two rounds of RabAvert rabies vaccine (immunoglobbulin plus initial vaccine and then the 2nd vaccine a couple days later) for bat exposure. There was a bat in the house in our daughters' room when my wife woke up in the middle of the night and found a bat flying around their room. The county health department was notified by our landlord, and they in turn called us and insisted that everyone in the home get the rabies vaccine since we couldn't confirm how long the bat was in our house and no one witnessed it entering. NOTE TO GOOGLE SEARCHERS - IF THERE IS A BAT IN THE HOUSE (OR YOU ARE EXPOSED/BITTEN BY A POTENTIALLY RABID ANIMAL) CATCH IT AND HAVE IT TESTED FOR RABIES!!! It could save you lots of pain.

Anyhow, about 2 hours after the 2nd shot I began to feel pins and needles, numbness, and tingling in the arm where the shot was administered and it spread to my left foot and put my brain into a deep fog. I finally went to bed around 2 AM and felt somewhat better besides the pesky light tingling in my left foot in the AM. But symptoms would creep in each day since then. I received the 2nd shot on Aug 8th, so about 2 1/2 months ago, and I have been on a roller coaster ride of side effects ever since then. Luckily, perhaps even by the grace of God, neither of my two daughters nor my wife have experienced any of these symptoms and I wish it to stay that way.

My left foot/leg and left hand/arm are most affected it seems - although it does not discriminate since at times both legs and both arms are tingling/pins/needles and even occasionally go a bit numb. But most of the time it is my left leg/foot and my left hand/forearm that flare up. It comes and goes all throughout the day - and recently it went away for about a week. Then, about a month ago, during the week of not much tingling/pins/numbness, my eyes would feel sore and I would get headaches multiple times a day. Now all symptoms come on daily at vary degrees of strength. For example, I awoke in the middle of the night a few times with both arms numb and tingly and my heart would race and beat irregularly. Today, I awoke to tingling and pins in both my feet and the foggy mind that tns spoke of in the first post. I make it to work just about every day as I have a desk job, but there have been days where I cannot put 2 and 2 together and my body feels like it is falling apart and I have had to stay home twice now in the last 2 months and I fear it will be more.

I feel my condition peaked around week 4-6 - but it is hard to tell if things have gotten worse, esp since there was a week of almost symptom-less days in between. If anything, I am about the same, maybe a bit worse than weeks 4-6. I have a laundry list of symptoms, but I'll list them all in order of what bothers me most currently:

Tingling/Numbness/Pins&Needles in feet/hands/legs/arms(60-80% of the time - different limbs one day to the next) - brought on a limp in my left leg since it is most affected so far
foggines in thought(70%)
fatigue/just plain slow at doing things (60-70%)
headaches(50% of the time)
eye pain/discomfort (behind eyes mostly)(50%)
facial numbness (cheeks, rarely lips)(25%)
muscle/joint pain - mostly knees, sometimes forearms and wrists (20%)
heartbeat skips (10%)
neck pain (10%)

Tns and ATX both spoke of having somewhat similar symptoms and now poor SaraBee's daughter, but I am very curious about all symptoms others have had and the time table of when they came/went and when they began to feel better.

Thanks everyone for making and adding to this post. These posts and other sites are all I have right now. I have a nuero appointment this week, but who knows what that will lead to.
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Old 10-23-2014, 07:42 AM   #15
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I would say it peaked at 2-3 months.

Then the flare ups of tingling, numbness and other issues started happening further apart.

Strange thing is I haven't had the wrist, tendon or prickly sensation under the skin for a few months now and a few days ago I had another flare.... at 16 months out.

I would honestly save your money and time and skip the neuro. I went to one of the best ones here in Austin. She was the head of the Neurologist Organization in Texas and was supposedly well published/reviewed.

If it's going to be anything like my visit you will be looked at like someone that is
a hypochondriac. Even when I printed out the list of side effects of the vaccine for my neuro she kept repeating that the vaccine is not the cause. She never told me to my face but per her notes that I could see on my online portal she dx'd me with ulnar nerve entrapment and a medical term for subconscious hyperventelation/panic. I had an EMG test which was negative for any slowing. It really raised my frustration level. Doctors must be indoctrinated that vaccines can cause no harm.

I ended up not going back to my Neuro and going to an orthopedic Dr. Due to my severe lower back pain. She was sympathetic and shared her experience with a prior patient and immune response that was similar. The MRI taken months after PT showed arthritic inflamation in my lower back.

Knowing what I know now my $.02 is to save your money and ride it out. Unless you are having severe weakness in one area or severe vision issues I would monitor. One of the side effects was "temporal relation to Multiple Sclerosis" which has some of the side effects... Tingling and nerve pain. However our symptoms move around and are on both sides of the body. Ugh that reminds me of my Neuro... When I read that part of the side effects and looked up at her she said "well Multiple Sclerosis is common so given the population Of people taking the vaccine." F$&; You!

Take loads of Vitamin D3 and B12, excercise and eat healthy whole foods.

Keep positive that you will be back to 99% normal at some point. I slid into the only depressive episde I have ever had in my 36 years on this earth. every day a new symptom... I felt like my body was falling apart and the pain and numbness would lead me to a wheelchair or some terminal diagnosis. I isolated myself from friends for months. It was hell.

I still have lingering effects from time to time but I am far from the hell I was in over a year ago. My depression lifted after a few months when
I got breaks from the flares or episodes.

Hope this helps... Feel free to ask any specific questions if you want or PM me.

Keep your chin up... It will get better.
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Old 10-23-2014, 08:20 AM   #16
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And look what is coming regarding liability and future Ebola vaccines:

http://news.yahoo.com/drugmakers-may...--finance.html

And a reminder: GLAXO has had contamination issues for years in Canada... and has not done much to fix it. And that vaccine is not even "fast tracked".

http://www.cbc.ca/news/health/glaxos...-fda-1.2685728

Big Pharma in US has finagled a waiver for vaccine injury in the US, already.
http://www.nvic.org/nvic-vaccine-new...mandates-.aspx

Michigan is the only state where you cannot sue for damages from any Big Pharma drug:
http://www.michcitizenaction.org/facts-v-fiction.html

The man responsible for this law to protect Big Pharma is running for Attorney General in this upcoming election.
I hope he is defeated!
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Welcome loominator.

Bats can bite you and you do not even know it. Not all bats have rabies but they are one of the top sources.
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Old 10-26-2014, 02:37 PM   #18
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Thanks everyone for responding so quickly, I feel confident that I will get better - thanks for all of the information and advice. I will check back in occasionally to see how things are going for everyone - my girls keep me pretty busy when I'm not flaring up.

I had my apt with the nuero and she seemed to believe that I was having these problems and ordered up the MRI and EMG and some blood tests, but she did say that perhaps anxiety was making certain issues worse. It is hard to tell, I'm not an anxious person normally, but clearly having your body surprise you at any time during the day with a strange sensations is enough to give anyone anxiety I guess. I made it clear that the symptoms were happening and driving me partially crazy and really wreaking havoc on me, though, after seeing your comment ATX. I have decent insurance thankfully so I decided to go with having the exams just to be certain I can rule other issues out I suppose - but what really gives me some relief is that there are people who have responded the same way to the same vaccine have gotten better in time. I will hope and pray that I can kick 99% of my symptoms as well like you guys.

I will keep my chin up, and so should everyone else - thanks for that.
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Old 11-07-2014, 03:19 PM   #19
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I am still having my flare up... Tingling , numbness and prickly sensations. They move around and are mostly bilateral.

Thought these were done!
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Old 11-07-2014, 04:42 PM   #20
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I am still having my flare up... Tingling , numbness and prickly sensations. They move around and are mostly bilateral.

Thought these were done!

Hope there is some improvement soon.
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