Ok y’all. I said that I was not going to get the second vaccine due to being so sick with the first. Since then I have had second thoughts. The first being there was a lady on the news that said she had had Covid and after the first shot she was sick for three weeks and then felt better than she had in a long time. After the second shot she was feeling almost back to herself since before she had had Covid so that made me think. They are saying there is a connection between those that have had Covid and the vaccine making them better. As I have had had Covid, I figured I might as well get the second shot. As I said, it wasn’t as bad as the first. Good luck and my prayers to you all
@A MyFibroTeam Member , it’s not being scared of the injection... it’s not wanting to be made so sick from it. And I understand Covid is deadly.
Pneumonia jab affects aren't as bad as having pneumonia itself but still doesn't make me trust the covid vaccine and it's un reported side effects
Starlight: this was my first shot. My symptoms were chills, then hot, nauseated and vomiting. Bad headache, dizziness, and weak. But I don’t want to deter you from getting the shot. With these symptoms I probably won’t be getting the second one
Hi, I have only received the first shot (Pfizer) and my only sx was a slightly sore arm for about 24 hours. The injection itself was completely painless, at least compared to giving myself Imitrex then injections! I'm hopeful my second one won't be too bad, but will be prepared, just let n case. Would not hesitate to get it - either way.
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