Correlation != causation
there are potential side effects for anything. Tylenol is a drug with particularly nasty side effects that people don't think twice about. not to mention, we have zero evidence that the vaccine caused anything. it's possible, but no proof.That sucks to hear and why a healthy person like me (46 years old) who hasn't had the flu in 22 years has no business or reason the get the vaccine RIGHT NOW.
Good to hear. Did you react at all to the first one?My wife and I got our 2nd Pfizer shot yesterday. Both of us feel fine this morning. Had a little soreness yesterday in our upper arms and I still feel some of that today, but that's it so far. No flu like symptoms. Both of us are 56 years old, fwiw.
Got our shots at 730am both times, and we both felt tired that evening after the 1st shot. We also got text message reminders for our appointments at 430am so sleep was a bit interrupted. It's hard to say whether the way we felt had anything to do with the vaccines or were just caused by lack of sleep.Good to hear. Did you react at all to the first one?
I’ve had no issues, continue to work FT and play. I’ve passed up the shot many times and feel no need to get the experiment at THIS time.I've had no issues, continue to work FT and play.
Cool. My first one was 2 weeks ago. With my asthma and having a past history of pneumonia, i was really happy to get this. I had a flu like reaction for the first 18 hours, then a headache and fatigue on and off.I had a slight headache, the wife had no issues with the 1st
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