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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by shaolin5, Mar 12, 2021.
24 hours after my moderna shot. Not feeling too great! Damn this fever
Got the first Pfizer shot yesterday. No symptoms except a very sore arm, like very sore.
24 hours since my second Moderna. Arm is sore and I feel hungover. No fever, though
My first shot felt like someone dead legged my arm for about 48 hrs. Second wasn't bad at all.
Moderna #2 in the books. About to go get a margarita made in my mouth.
We are still same.
About 18 hours out from Pfizer #2, other than arm soreness no real symptoms for me or the wife at this point
got my pfizer #2 like 20 minutes ago
Get my first Moderna shot Friday.
2nd dose Moderna scheduled for this Saturday.
Someone told me to keep moving it throughout the day and that seemed to help. By the middle of the next day it wasn’t bad.
Had my second Moderna Monday, 19 hours of sleep since and I feel like a new man.
Just searched fever and reading what people say about their second Pfizer or moderna dose while I lay here feeling miserable. Fun stuff
24 hours post 2nd Pfizer and just arm soreness. Ran 7 miles yesterday a few hours after the shot and have been hydrating like crazy and popping tylenol every 4 hours.
I am invincible
My arm is nowhere near as sore as the the first time. The day after my first shot, I walked into the corner of my bathroom door and almost screamed. Today I can already lift my arm up past my head which would’ve been impossible last time. Just ate some lunch and feel a lot better. Still glad I took today off, though
2nd pfizer installed, had a lively bout with the commode when i got home but I think that was unrelated.
So glad this board is pro vaccine.
What's a vaccine? I got a microchip.
Thankfully my wife is getting pfizer too. No house divided here #blessed
Any folks in here have pregnant wives that have gotten the vaccine? My wife is a bit hesitant as none of her doctors seem to give her a clear answer of what she should do.
yes my wife is fully vaccinated now (Pfizer), her doctor said the risks of covid far outweigh risks of vaccine.
That’s exactly what her last doctor said and what I’ve been telling her for weeks now. She’s got a case of pregnancy brain because she just can’t make up her mind. She’s not the type of person to ever hesitate on something like this.
Being pregnant and/or a parent make you consider every risk. Not a bad thing. I’m sure the data backs up the decision to get the vaccine. She’ll be a good mom if she’s hesitant because all she cares about is the health of the baby. I have a daughter and we’ve already started the discussions on if she will get it when she is eligible. Not a fun conversation but worth having.
That's not how I interpreted it, my guy.
Yes my wife got her first pfizer a week ago, doctor said she’s good to get it as long as at was an mrna vax.
Matter of fact her doc encouraged her to get it due to the b117 variant causing a much higher stillborn rate from what she had seen so far. Wife got first shot an hour after that appointment.
Just got the 2nd shot at a mass vac site
First time took over an hour start to finish. This time I'm in and out in 25. Not sure if it's due to less people coming back, more coming back or coming at 3pm vs 4pm
By the end of the day all of my kids will have been first-shot vaccinated
Pfizer kids, Moderna parents
took two Tylenol and have felt better since. Hope it doesn't come back later today, that was hellacious
Yet another life saved by Nandor the Relentless
Wife is 8 months and just got her second Pfizer. A bit fatigued after 1, all good after 2.
Doc actually recommended waiting on the whooping cough vaccine to get this done.
yes my wife did
my good friend is a nurse and she is pregnant and decided not to get it and then they had a run on really sick pregnant women at their hospital so she went and got it as well
No, I said Tylenol PM before you go to bed the night of the vaccination. Sleep like a rock.
Got mine this afternoon just before 4pm (BST). Not sure if it's Pfizer or AZ. Can't explain why, but I'm feeling slightly anxious about it all.
It's just the chip attaching to your neural pathways. It will pass.
I phrased it poorly, I'm having it later today
Lol, did they not tell you what they were giving you? NHS slacking
No you find out when you get there, or you can ask beforehand
Oh I misread your post completely, I assumed you had already gotten your shot.
Moderna #2 has been administered.
48 hours from Moderna 2 and I’m pretty much 100%. Let the germ fest begin
Same. I wanted to just tough it out but relented this morning and took some Tylenol. Feeling like a brand new man.
Got the second Pfizer shot.
Woke up at 3 am with body ache, headache, chills, and small fever.
Still in rough shape.
But totally worth it.
Yeah, no idea how long it would have lasted without tylenol. But I couldn't risk it.
fwiw the place I got mine (pfizer) said obviously if you need to it is fine to take advil/tylenol but try to hold off from taking them if you can as they will lower your immune response and therefore the overall efficacy of the vaccine for you.
Idk bro, I think I’m gonna go with Shawn Hunter on this one.
CDC website says:
Talk to your doctor about taking over-the-counter medicine, such as ibuprofen, acetaminophen, aspirin, or antihistamines, for any pain and discomfort you may experience after getting vaccinated. You can take these medications to relieve post-vaccination side effects if you have no other medical reasons that prevent you from taking these medications normally.
It is not recommended you take these medicines before vaccination for the purpose of trying to prevent side effects.
Honestly, there is no actual evidence that will happen.