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StillTrying

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Permanent effects
« on: March 30, 2022, 03:37:59 PM »
I have a question for those who have had pois for a very long time. Have anyone developed permanenct effects from it? It seems to me that, with the years, symtoms have started to last longer, now it's quite hard for me to recover fully, it takes at least three weeks. So my doubt is if maybe, each time we have an emission, we create some sort of damage or unbalance to our body(in particular to the brain, for me cognitive symtomps are the worst thing, and I never manage to avoid ne long enough to recover fully) and, after years, this unbalance reach a point from which we can't fully recover anymore, or only with an extremely long time. I hope that is not the case and that maybe this is just a phase in which the lenght of symptoms has changed, but that it won't get worse, but to be sure I wanted to ask.
p.s. sorry for the bad english, I really need to work on it :'(

certainlypois2

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Re: Permanent effects
« Reply #1 on: March 30, 2022, 06:01:33 PM »
This is my experience. It takes longer for me to recover and it seems like I never fully recover. Feels like permanent damage.
When I got covid(omicron variant), I was sick for a week. At the end of that week I recovered from pois  fully. I don't know if I recovered due to something with the immune system or because I was sleeping for sixteen hours. I am back to not recovering from pois fully.
I think if we solve what is triggering pois, we should recover fully with no permanent damage.
« Last Edit: March 30, 2022, 06:04:21 PM by certainlypois2 »

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Re: Permanent effects
« Reply #2 on: March 31, 2022, 12:20:49 AM »
This is my experience. It takes longer for me to recover and it seems like I never fully recover. Feels like permanent damage.
When I got covid(omicron variant), I was sick for a week. At the end of that week I recovered from pois  fully. I don't know if I recovered due to something with the immune system or because I was sleeping for sixteen hours. I am back to not recovering from pois fully.
I think if we solve what is triggering pois, we should recover fully with no permanent damage.
Thanks, CP2!
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