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Got my first Pfizer Covid 19 shot today

Not feeling anything so far. Not even a sore arm.

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Good news!

I got the Pfizer vaccine and it wasn’t until the next day when my arm started to feel sore.

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I supposedly got 1 Pfizer vaccine, but I don’t really think they gave me one. Just something to make me sick. Because everyone else hasn’t had a reaction and I’m not that sensitive to vaccines, but got sick from something in the so called vaccine.

There are people who have side effects from the first dose @Brendalyn . It’s just not common. But it does happen. I believe you got the vaccination and not something else

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I got really sick for 4 days after Pfizer vaccine

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I got a bit of a sore arm the next day, nothing serious.
I also felt wiped out the same day of receiving the first dose of the Pfizer vaccine.
I slept a lot.

Feeling normal after 2 days have gone by.

No serious side effects as of yet.

The same day of the shot I felt some malaise, just felt blah and tired, but it went away the following day.

Congratulations @Bowens

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I got the J&J at 11 am. Thought I’d take a nap at 6 pm and stay up late playing some Skyrim. Woke up at 10pm shivering uncontrollably. I had a fever of 104*. I was sick the rest of the night. I woke up in the morning soaked in sweat. Just felt like complete garbage for 2 days.

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My arm is sore today, otherwise feel fine.

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I guess I was lucky, no symptoms or sore arm. I’m glad to hear you got your shot. Congratulations.

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I am ok so far.:blush:

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My mom said she had a sore arm and mild flu symptoms. I just scheduled today for mid-May to get my first shot. If I can just make it until then I’ll be happy.

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I got the astra Zeneca vaccination.
The first one but I don’t think I want the second one because a woman just died from blood clots after taking it and it’s not recommended for people under 50 and I’m 43.

I had no side effects but don’t think I want to take that risk.
I don’t want blood clots!

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I thought blood clots were a J&J issue

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Astra Zeneca aswell.

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@SacredNeigh7 I got the first one too and I don’t think the clotting issue will be a problem for you but I’m no doctor.

Still. It’s better to be immunised than not and they are even saying the pfizer vaccine may not be as good and need another booster a year later…As with everything talk to your doctor. They should be able to help you out!

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I think that this is going to be true for all of the vaccines.
Booster shots are probably going to be required for most of the vaccines.

It’s just that Pfizer did research on it.

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That sucks. 151515

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