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« Reply #555 on: November 28, 2021, 11:59:37 PM »

I havenít heard of anything. Majority of people I know are vaccinated and nobody has had side effects that extend beyond 48 hours.

Same here. Only person I've I know who had a bad reaction had Guillan-Barre syndrome that had somehow gone undiagnosed into her 50s - she chose to get J&J and would've done an mRNA one had she known.
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« Reply #556 on: November 29, 2021, 12:52:03 AM »

Everyone in my family did just fine.  I was the "worst" with a migraine the day after my second dose and sore lymph nodes after my booster last month.  Unfortunately there's no way to know who will have what reaction to any vaccine and all vaccines do carry a risk of reactions...mostly mild, some moderate, and limited severe ones.   
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« Reply #557 on: November 29, 2021, 01:46:32 AM »

I don't know if this is the right place for this but has anyone else been hearing stories about negatibve effects of C19 vax?  Nerves Blink

a very good freind of mine's daughter got vax with P vax and has blurry vision and can't read now.

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I have heard of a few "longer" term issues in younger people (ie under 18s), mainly the fatigue etc lasting for several weeks. This is with the Pfizer vaccine. Hopefully these are still only short term side effects.
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« Reply #558 on: December 02, 2021, 01:57:33 AM »

I had my pfizer booster at 11:30 am. As of now, jus a  bit tired and a sore arm at 8:00 pm.
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« Reply #559 on: December 02, 2021, 04:09:30 AM »

I had my pfizer booster at 11:30 am. As of now, jus a  bit tired and a sore arm at 8:00 pm.

Hope you continue to feel well! My sister got the Pfizer booster and didn't any side effects, nor did my dad with Moderna. I have mine scheduled for Friday so crossing my fingers!
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« Reply #560 on: December 08, 2021, 06:04:24 PM »

Here's a step in the right direction:

COVID-19 Breakthrough: Scientists Discover How the SARS-CoV-2 Virus Evades Our Immune System

https://scitechdaily.com/...evades-our-immune-system/

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Kobayashi and his teamís discovery shed light on the mechanism to how SARS-CoV-2 can replicate in the human body and can potentially lead to the development of new therapeutics to prevent the coronavirus from escaping the immune system and replicating in the body.

Although the introduction of COVID-19 vaccines, such as the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines, can lower an individualís chance of contracting the virus, there is currently no permanent therapy that can entirely prevent a human from contracting SARS-CoV-2.

ďWe hope that this new discovery will allow us to develop a new drug that can block this gene so our immune system will be able to fight off the coronavirus for good,Ē de Figueiredo said.


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« Reply #561 on: December 08, 2021, 07:17:04 PM »

I got my Moderna booster last week and woke up with a fever in the middle of the night and killer headache. It only last about 24 hours (and I took some Tylenol) but it was the first time I've had any real side effects. The injection site soreness only last about a day and a half which was nice!
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« Reply #562 on: December 19, 2021, 11:12:27 PM »

Got my Moderna booster yesterday and just like with the second shot I now feel like I have the dadgum flu. It only lasted a day last time so hereís hoping itís the same this time.
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« Reply #563 on: December 21, 2021, 03:12:37 AM »

Aubiette, did you actually have the Bug before? Everything I have hear from my friends and family it  seems to track that those who actually had it, like Juliet and my BIL, have had a much stronger reaction to the vaccine. DH and I never got the bug, and had very little reactions x3.
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« Reply #564 on: December 21, 2021, 04:12:41 AM »

Aubiette, did you actually have the Bug before? Everything I have hear from my friends and family it  seems to track that those who actually had it, like Juliet and my BIL, have had a much stronger reaction to the vaccine. DH and I never got the bug, and had very little reactions x3.

Not that Iím aware of but Iím a nurse and worked with Covid pts a lot last year and my husband had it last year too so itís possible I had a light case at some point. Maybe?  I had my first two Modernas last January and had the same feeling after the second. Feel fine today. Hubby had Pfizer (after having Covid) and no side effects, same for my Aunt who didnít have Covid.
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« Reply #565 on: December 21, 2021, 08:42:03 AM »

Got my Moderna booster yesterday and just like with the second shot I now feel like I have the dadgum flu. It only lasted a day last time so hereís hoping itís the same this time.

I just had my Moderna booster five hours ago. Flushed, have tinnitus, feel a bit crap and struggled to carry a box of groceries earlier! No regrets though, with Omicron on the march!
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« Reply #566 on: December 21, 2021, 04:18:23 PM »

Got my Moderna booster yesterday and just like with the second shot I now feel like I have the dadgum flu. It only lasted a day last time so hereís hoping itís the same this time.

I just had my Moderna booster five hours ago. Flushed, have tinnitus, feel a bit crap and struggled to carry a box of groceries earlier! No regrets though, with Omicron on the march!
Then lets keep our collective fingers crossed, that Omicron is afraid of our vaccines. There are quite a few breakthrough infections with omicron. And our "health experts" are very cautious and worried..
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« Reply #567 on: December 21, 2021, 07:42:03 PM »

Got my Moderna booster yesterday and just like with the second shot I now feel like I have the dadgum flu. It only lasted a day last time so hereís hoping itís the same this time.

I just had my Moderna booster five hours ago. Flushed, have tinnitus, feel a bit crap and struggled to carry a box of groceries earlier! No regrets though, with Omicron on the march!
Then lets keep our collective fingers crossed, that Omicron is afraid of our vaccines. There are quite a few breakthrough infections with omicron. And our "health experts" are very cautious and worried..

Indeed! This concerned video by a Sydney expert had 300 views when I was sent it two days ago - now 47,000.

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=_KaN9fpmTe4&t=2s
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« Reply #568 on: December 21, 2021, 07:51:58 PM »

Had Janssen first because that's what was available. Only reaction to that was soreness at injection site. Went for booster at pharmacy 4 months after initial vaccine. They had all 3 vaccines. Asked pharmacist what I should follow up with and she said take the Pfizer due to the new variations in the virus. Ok for about 4 hours then arm soreness started at injection site. 4 hours after that was feeling tired, thirsty & chilly. It was evening so went to bed. Then the chills & shaking started for 2.5 hours - but I had no fever & got no sleep. Arm pain felt worse, took tylenol, drank water, eventually fell asleep. 3 hours later chills started again for an hour, no fever, arm still hurt, shoulder sore and headache started. Hour later took another tylenol and fell asleep. Arm sore all next day and had gut troubles. Ate very little, drank lots of water. By the end of the day, arm soreness left, still had a mild headache. The following morning felt fine.

I don't know if this happened due to two different types of vaccine taken. Called pharmacist to ask about it, she said that was possible.

If these new variations in virus continue, will boosters become the norm every 3 or 4 months?
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« Reply #569 on: December 21, 2021, 10:34:46 PM »

Had Janssen first because that's what was available. Only reaction to that was soreness at injection site. Went for booster at pharmacy 4 months after initial vaccine. They had all 3 vaccines. Asked pharmacist what I should follow up with and she said take the Pfizer due to the new variations in the virus. Ok for about 4 hours then arm soreness started at injection site. 4 hours after that was feeling tired, thirsty & chilly. It was evening so went to bed. Then the chills & shaking started for 2.5 hours - but I had no fever & got no sleep. Arm pain felt worse, took tylenol, drank water, eventually fell asleep. 3 hours later chills started again for an hour, no fever, arm still hurt, shoulder sore and headache started. Hour later took another tylenol and fell asleep. Arm sore all next day and had gut troubles. Ate very little, drank lots of water. By the end of the day, arm soreness left, still had a mild headache. The following morning felt fine.

I don't know if this happened due to two different types of vaccine taken. Called pharmacist to ask about it, she said that was possible.

If these new variations in virus continue, will boosters become the norm every 3 or 4 months?

yes. Israel is up to 4th boosters now; and they are talking about 5th booster.

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