COVID 19 vaccine experience

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  1. teots's Avatar
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    COVID 19 vaccine experience


    Those who had COVID 19 vaccine, share your experience after the first and second vaccine.
    I just had my fist vaccine, i got ache on the injection area and shoulder for 3 days.
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  2. Callender's Avatar
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    First: Hot and cold for a few hours. Tired for a few days.

    Second. Same as above but to a lesser extent. Ringing in the ears persisted for a few days.

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  3. Joan Archer's Avatar
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    No reaction at all with either the first or second of my injections. I had the Pfizer jab.
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  4. Paul Black's Avatar
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    FIRST JAB:
    Hot and cold throughout the night. The next two days I had a heavy head. Felt back to normal on Day 4.

    SECOND JAB:
    Pending.
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  5. Callender's Avatar
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    Joan Archer said:
    No reaction at all with either the first or second of my injections. I had the Pfizer jab.
    A few people I know said the same. Could it be that antibodies were already present? (Might have had Covid previously with no symptoms) but who knows?

    On another note in the building where I work at least 7 people had Covid. 3 of those have long covid (aged 35 - 45) and have long term organ damage. 1 has been left unable to work due to fatigue. None were vaccinated.
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  6. Berton's Avatar
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    We did both Moderna shots, just the sore arm for awhile, not much worse than the usual flu shot.
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  7. AddRAM's Avatar
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    I was tired as hell for 3 days after my 2nd shot, I mean I barely made it to the bathroom, after that I went right back to bed, I mean my body just said no.

    All good now, I got my 2nd shot on May 10th
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  8. alphanumeric's Avatar
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    I've only had my first shot, Pfizer. That shoulder was sore for a day or two. Really sore the first night trying to sleep.
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  9. ranett's Avatar
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    First shot was a little groggy the next day but no big deal.

    Second shot gave me the chills that night and barely could make it to the washroom.
    The next day was like the worst hangover of my life X10.
    The day after that was much better.

    Not sure why that kind of reaction on the second dose................ Moderna
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  10. z3r010's Avatar
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    2 Pfizer, no problem with either.
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