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I've had Covid 3 times since December 2020 and now have an array of different post covid manifestations.

First, I now have Vertigo. It's a common post covid side effect. I was diagnosed with that a couple weeks after having it the first time and still have bouts of it but my Dr. prescribed Meclezine (spelling?) for that which helps greatly with the dizziness and nausea.

A week before I had it the first time I developed these lesions on my feet that looked like red angry blisters. They showed up between my fingers too. It was painful and there were/are days when I can't wear shoes. It disappeared after I recovered from Covid but then reappeared each time I had Covid again (which was 2 more times after the first time)...AND because I am autoimmune anyway, it pops up now when I so much as get the sniffles.

I also have this weird thing that happens to my face. It too happened a week before I had Covid the first time....and spontaneously happens ever since.

First my eyes will become blood shot. Then my face will turn a fiery red like I had been scalded and become so very hot. My face gets puffy...my eyes get puffy...And then the next day it's completely gone. BUT ...the weirdest thing is two weeks later my face will peel like I had literally been burned.

I also get these wicked headaches once in a while and still occasionally have a residual "brain fog". There are days too that I feel so fatigued I can barely keep my eyes open.

My Dr. is stumped. He doesn't know what is happening. Here in Tennessee though, Ivermectin is becoming available as an "over the counter" medication and I'm going to take it. I truly believe that Covid is still playing "the mean girl" inside of my body and the Ivermectin will (hopefully) get rid of it once and for all....If not, who knows how long I'll have to deal with this...

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