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Vaccine Injury of NC

What was your life like before you received the COVID-19 vaccine?

Fully fit and functional. Ran 3 times a week. Went to the gym 3-4 times a week. Easy going, care free, full of energy

Describe the symptoms and the timeline of the reaction.

Got vaccine and immediately developed severe headache, jaw pain, tinnitus in both ears, major burning behind the eyes where I had to wear sunglasses in winter, pressure to back and side of head and behind bridge of nose. Terrible pain at temples. Blood flowing at base of head. Fatigue. Brain fog. Dropped objects regularly. Forgot words mid sentence. Terrible memory. Sensitive to noise and light.

Severe head pressure, eye pressure, pressure behind bridge of nose stopped about 8 months in. This constantly flares up every month when I am on my menstrual cycle. Also if I get a cold/flu or feel anxious they will kick in again. Still have on going temple and jaw pain. Tinnitus has never left. Still fairly forgetful. Sensitive to noise and light.

Describe the solutions that helped your symptoms

Keeping head warm with a hat.
Relaxing as much as possible.

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