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MMAHAWK

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First dose (Pfizer): sore arm, 24 hours after injection moderate fatigue, 48 hours later mild fatigue then fine.

Second dose (Moderna): sore arm, 24 hours after injection muscle aches from bottom of shoulder blades to tops of the knees, fever. 48 hours later mild muscle aches, fever, fatigue. 3 days later fever came back. I'm still getting occasional fatigue and light headedness.

I haven't felt right for a solid 48 hours since the second dose. Could be unrelated factors, but figured I'd see if anyone else is experiencing something similar.
First 48 were rough
Fatigue, violent chills, sore muscles, and headache
 

Gamer Dude

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Please explain what you felt on first injection and second
I had two injections of Moderna, 4 weeks apart.

First injection: Only symptom was a sore arm. I get a sore arm from flu shots, but this was stronger and took an extra day to completely go away.

Second injection: After about 12 hours I started feeling a little drowsy/short of breath. Then around 24 hours post-injection, the symptoms worsened to what I would consider moderate. Muscle aches (especially in my back), fatigue, and just a general shitty feeling of not wanting to get out of bed. No fever, just felt like shit. If you've ever had the flu, it was a mild version of that. But it only lasted about 5 or 6 hours. Around 30 hours post-injection, I was back to normal and feeling fine. Haven't felt anything since (I got my second shot on March 31).

My uncle is 65 so around your age. He got covid a few months ago. Was vaccinated weeks after recovering. Anyway he said covid is 1 million times worse than any flu he's ever had. He was briefly hospitalized for dehydration when suffering from covid. Also said the Pfizer vaccine kicked his ass for a day or less but was nothing compared to the actual virus.
 

TJ shat in me mouf!

Formerly 'JorgeMasvidalsBeard'
Jul 22, 2015
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Still too scared to take it but I have friends that
experience everything from zero issues at all to being
out of commission for 2 days.

My mom had no issue at all
Too scared? It's not like the American medical system has a history of using blacks and indians for science experiments and fake medicine or anything like that you pussy.
 

Splinty

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Please explain what you felt on first injection and second

Pfizer
1st shot nothing.
2nd shot nothing.


My wife had no symptoms on the first shot but was on the couch for a day with serious fatigue for the second one. No other symptoms like fever or anything
 

Splinty

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Sharing:
French President Emanuel Macron: Vaccinate or Else!

“I no longer have any intention of sacrificing my life, my time, my freedom and the adolescence of my daughters, as well as their right to study properly, for those who refuse to be vaccinated. This time you stay at home, not us. "

In France, those who do not get vaccinated will no longer be able to go to restaurants, cafes (from the beginning of August), cinemas and museums (from July 21) and get on airplanes or trains (again from August). Alternatively, you will have to submit a negative test, which will no longer be free (49 euros for the PCR, 29 for the antigen). Macron then announced the vaccination obligation for medical personnel and for those who work in contact with fragile people.


 

Splinty

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You really need to make up your mind on vaccinations.
Hey look you posting ambiguous again without just saying what you mean.

You guys screwed up your vaccination plans and now are lobbing mixed vaccines.
Vaccines are great. The science backing these vaccines is great. You're getting a half cocked vaccine plan.
 

MMAHAWK

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Feb 5, 2015
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Pfizer
1st shot nothing.
2nd shot nothing.


My wife had no symptoms on the first shot but was on the couch for a day with serious fatigue for the second one. No other symptoms like fever or anything
Isn’t that supposed to mean that you have a weak immune system? I kept hearing the worse your reaction the better your system. Is that true or just said so people don’t freak out?
 

TJ shat in me mouf!

Formerly 'JorgeMasvidalsBeard'
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Hey look you posting ambiguous again without just saying what you mean.

You guys screwed up your vaccination plans and now are lobbing mixed vaccines.
Vaccines are great. The science backing these vaccines is great. You're getting a half cocked vaccine plan.
According to our public health officials there's nothing wrong with mixing vaccines. Your post (which was actually ambiguous) is suggesting that mixing isn't something that should be done. You don't get to lecture anti-vaxxers for not listening to public health guidance and then throw shade at it when it suits you.
 

Splinty

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Isn’t that supposed to mean that you have a weak immune system? I kept hearing the worse your reaction the better your system. Is that true or just said so people don’t freak out?

Yes that's part of the wisdom that perhaps I did not get a good immune response. I haven't antibody tested.
 

Splinty

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According to our public health officials there's nothing wrong with mixing vaccines. Your post (which was actually ambiguous) is suggesting that mixing isn't something that should be done. You don't get to lecture anti-vaxxers for not listening to public health guidance and then throw shade at it when it suits you.

There's nothing wrong with it in the since of danger, but it isnt optimal since the data on effectiveness is limited. In a country as rich as Canada And with such a small population, there's no reason you shouldn't be going with the evidence proven methods. It's very possible that it will turn out You're getting plenty of immune coverage. It might even show that you get better since there's limited data suggesting it. But there's really no reason that you guys should be in that boat other than artificially created by vaccine plans.

Trying to equate that you guys could be more optimal with going all the way to "vaccinations are bad" is a false equivalency.
 

nuraknu

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I had 2x moderna, 4 weeks apart, left arm. Had a sore arm and swollen, painful lymph nodes under my arm and in my breast both times. (They say it doesn't get in your breast tissue, but not to have a mammogram because the lymph nodes will give you a false positive.)

Also got a tingle for a while right after the shot both times up my left shoulder, left side of my neck, and left side of my head.

Second time, fatigue the second day, intermittent chills, no fever but just that yucky feeling of kind of dissociation that comes with a fever.

Took at least 3 days both times to start to feel normal again.

What I still have: almost daily episodes of tingles on the left side of my head. Feels like a nervous system thing.

Not really looking forward to booster shots.
 

Freedom

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I had 2x moderna, 4 weeks apart, left arm. Had a sore arm and swollen, painful lymph nodes under my arm and in my breast both times. (They say it doesn't get in your breast tissue, but not to have a mammogram because the lymph nodes will give you a false positive.)

Also got a tingle for a while right after the shot both times up my left shoulder, left side of my neck, and left side of my head.

Second time, fatigue the second day, intermittent chills, no fever but just that yucky feeling of kind of dissociation that comes with a fever.

Took at least 3 days both times to start to feel normal again.

What I still have: almost daily episodes of tingles on the left side of my head. Feels like a nervous system thing.

Not really looking forward to booster shots.
It goes all over your body...FOIA in Japan revealed Pfizer's own documentation and testing of exactly that...one of the highest concentrations was in the ovaries.


I don't think any of the reactions posted here are "worth it".

I don't think anybody should be blindly wanting booster shots, I don't think these reactions mean it is "working" I think they are side effects that are harming people and affecting quality of life.



I hope you feel back to 100% soon Nuraknu.

I don't feel like there is any informed consent involved with these "vaccines".


Bizarre to me that so many are willing to risk their bodies to the unknown and IMO unproven cure to some highly politicized sickness we barely know anything about.
 
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