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Hi @midora Great to hear you've had your second jab.

I get my second in May. Pfizer, I think that is 'Biontech'.

My sister and brother-in-law had there first AZ jab on Sunday.

No real side effects, all good.

Cheers.

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On 3/23/2021 at 4:03 PM, BoltBait said:

I got the Moderna vaccine.  Sore body for 24 hours after the first and 48 hours after the second shot. 

 

 

Groan - me too. 

 

First one was OK I got the 2nd yesterday and I awoke at 3 AM feeling like a train ran over me 😬

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Hi @BoltBaitand @Pixey

Very sorry to hear you've had a bad reaction to the vaccine.

We don't use the 'Moderna' vaccine in the UK, so know nothing about it.

I'm due my second Pfizer jab in May, hoping for the best.

I hope you are both feeling better.

Stay safe.

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I had my first jab on Sunday (March 28) the Oxford AstraZeneca dose, no side effects at all, slight arm ache for a couple of hours after, but all is good. 

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I had the Pfizer jab on wednesday, felt like the whole world was having a party on my limbs all day Thursday, aside from that everything feels ok with me. 

 

On the negative side, all of our country (France) goes back into full lockdown with curfews from midnight tonight. 

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Interesting that I am hearing of some now feeling bad after the first vaccination. Those I have spoken to, only showed symptoms after their second one. I am in the US, East Coast so its probably the different variants of cocktails that elicit different reactions. Hoping everyone's Covid vaccinations will keep you all safe!

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5 hours ago, mottoman said:

On the negative side, all of our country (France) goes back into full lockdown with curfews from midnight tonight. 

Oh no! I am so sorry to hear this. May you all stay safe & hopefully the lockdown will be short.

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Yes, as the days pass we learn more information from us guinea pigs :)

 

This was reported in the Daily Mail yesterday:

" Young people are more likely to have side effects because their immune systems are more robust than those of older people. Women are more likely than men to experience reactions due to a mix of biological and behavioral factors.

The most common side effects for the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines are pain at the injection site, fever, chills, headache and tiredness. Another rare reaction, but only in Moderna patients, is 'Covid arm,' in which people experience itchy and swollen skin."  (I've got this :( )

Another interesting point is that the UK is doing better at the moment, because of the way they rolled out the vaccines, by giving the 2nd one much later than they are doing in the USA, so as to cover more people first, at the first shot is 80% effective:

Wall Street Journal (Dr. Marty) on April 1st:

" Because medical leaders across the pond put the priority on first-dose vaccination, delaying booster shots so that more people could get the initial shot. Fifty-nine percent of British adults are now vaccinated with one dose, vs. only 38% in the U.S."

 

 

 

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20 hours ago, mottoman said:

I had the Pfizer jab on wednesday, felt like the whole world was having a party on my limbs all day Thursday, aside from that everything feels ok with me. 

 

On the negative side, all of our country (France) goes back into full lockdown with curfews from midnight tonight. 

In Sweden, we have only had restrictions rather than lockdowns. Some places are closed (sports centres and swimming pools) restaurants and bars limit people and it's preferred if you shop alone for groceries etc..

Even though I have had a serious dose of covid19, I have not yet had a vaccine, despite being a Doctor in the emergency department of a major hospital. 🤔

 

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On 4/3/2021 at 2:05 PM, Pixey said:

Yes, as the days pass we learn more information from us guinea pigs :)

 

This was reported in the Daily Mail yesterday:

" Young people are more likely to have side effects because their immune systems are more robust than those of older people. Women are more likely than men to experience reactions due to a mix of biological and behavioral factors.

The most common side effects for the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines are pain at the injection site, fever, chills, headache and tiredness. Another rare reaction, but only in Moderna patients, is 'Covid arm,' in which people experience itchy and swollen skin."  (I've got this :( )

Another interesting point is that the UK is doing better at the moment, because of the way they rolled out the vaccines, by giving the 2nd one much later than they are doing in the USA, so as to cover more people first, at the first shot is 80% effective:

Wall Street Journal (Dr. Marty) on April 1st:

" Because medical leaders across the pond put the priority on first-dose vaccination, delaying booster shots so that more people could get the initial shot. Fifty-nine percent of British adults are now vaccinated with one dose, vs. only 38% in the U.S."

 

 

 

Don't ever trust what the 'Daily Mail' says.

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5 hours ago, Manc said:

I had my second 'Pfizer' jab today.

So far no side effects, feel great.😉

 

Others who've had it were not so lucky.  You must be Superman t130046.gif

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16 hours ago, Pixey said:

 

Others who've had it were not so lucky.  You must be Superman t130046.gif

Definitely not superman. Got a sore shoulder today and slight fever.

OK though, saving money on the heating.😉

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Finally!  Fully vaccinated courtesy of Pfizer.  💉

 

1st jab:  No side effects except for a sore arm for about 2 days.

 

2nd jab:  Side effects hit me about 22 hours later.  I was at work and had to leave.  Extreme chills and body aches.

Took 2 Tylenol and went to bed (that was yesterday).  Today I started feeling better about noon.  I'm glad it's over!  😅

 

But they are talking about possibly needing booster shot... 😬

 

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17 hours ago, lynxster4 said:

I'm glad it's over!  😅

 

Me too.  They are saying us women suffer more than the men.  Not fair 😁

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I'm still in the too young for a vaccine age group yet, but I do get racial abuse as been accused as one of those that -started it in Wuhan - Despite being from Japan and not China, the ignorance of racists never fails to stagger me. 

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That abuse is so shameful @Oceana.  Sorry you are going thru that.

And it didn't help that our ex-president kept calling it 'The Chinese Flu or Virus'.  😦  (what an a-s-s...and a great example to all young people...)

 

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@Oceana

That is so typical of braindead morons out there today, no matter what country, race or creed, we are all in this pandemic together, it staggers me too that in the 21st century we still have so much racism. I'm sure you can rise above it and treat those kind of people with the contempt they truly deserve. 

 

 

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23 hours ago, Pixey said:

 

Me too.  They are saying us women suffer more than the men.  Not fair 😁

I suffer at the hands and wrath of my wife daily 😂

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21 hours ago, Oceana said:

the ignorance of racists never fails to stagger me. 

 

I'm so sorry to hear what you have gone through @Oceana I'm afraid most of it is because of ignorance.  We are living in a different world now.  Sadly 😢

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On 5/2/2021 at 9:49 PM, Oceana said:

but I do get racial abuse as been accused as one of those that -started it in Wuhan - Despite being from Japan and not China, the ignorance of racists never fails to stagger me. 

 

Even if you would be from China such kind of aggression in a population destroys the cohesion in a country.

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