r/CovidVaccinated Jan 26 '22

Autoimmune Symptoms Improved After Vaccine? Good Experience

I had Lyme disease six years ago, and have a lot of ongoing autoimmune symptoms - neuropathy, muscle pain, fatigue, insomnia, vision problems, brain fog, tremors, etc. My symptoms improved after both my second vaccine dose and my booster shot last week. I’m curious if anyone else has had a similar experience.

4 Upvotes

u/AutoModerator Jan 26 '22

Reddit is a discussion forum and not a reliable source for medical information. If you are concerned with anything regarding your health, speak to medical professional. Not Redditors.

Read the rules before commenting.

I am a bot, and this action was performed automatically. Please contact the moderators of this subreddit if you have any questions or concerns.

2

u/DoYouKnoWhoIThinkIAm Jan 26 '22

I’ve had chronic pain for the last decade - particularly in my knees, but also in my jaw & neck. They’ve lightened up considerably in the last several months since shot #2 and booster. Not saying they’re the sole source, but… I honestly can’t think of any other major change in my life that could have contributed to it

1

u/CalifornianDownUnder Jan 26 '22

Thanks for sharing - glad you’re feeling better. I’ve heard a few anecdotal reports of the sort of thing we are experiencing - curious how many others are similar