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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by shaolin5, Mar 12, 2021.
Got my second AstraZeneca yesterday. Had more reaction to the first shot. I feel fine today.
That’s what I’ve heard from my wife and her family; they all had a stronger reaction to #1 than #2
Hit me baby one more time.
I was all about getting it and my wife was still the driving force in getting that first shot found and scheduled
My 12 year old just got his 2nd shot. As soon as my daughter turns 12 end of this year (happy birthday sweetheart!) she will begrudgingly get hers and our family will be fully vaxxed
You should play a mean joke on her and be like "the vaccine is your birthday present this year"
Why is your 11 year old gonna have to begrudgingly get it? Scared of needles?
she’s a huge fucking baby about shots. Have to deal with her acting like a toddler every year for flu shot. It’s embarrassing tbh
but she’s still my favorite person
If the turds aren’t going to get theirs give them to me (and developing countries that need it).
Also I’ve seen where mixing shots can possibly boost immunity bc they work differently?
Gimme that sweet Pfizer chaser
I had covid and have had two shots so I'm sure that must be similar. But I also don't know what I'm talking about.
I’m apart of the Moderna clinical trial and just got my booster AMA
Do you feel like you could boost a car?
improved cellular service I hope?
When did you get shot #2?
First week of September
Probably a dumb question, but is there any info out there on if it's OK to take a booster shot of Pfizer if your first two vax shots were Moderna? Or vice-versa? pperc ?
I’m in the same boat but had J&J first time. Wondering if one shot or the two shot mRNA booster would be needed. Thinking one would be fine but curious
You don’t need a booster right now. And no one knows yet really. But it would probably be fine imo
mmhm, pry going to turn into one of the beasts from I am Legend
this is me as well
yeah but don’t you get it? They aren’t the Monsters
How’s the AIDS?
Jesus lord man, I want to frame this post.
Truly a classic Shawn Hunter airball.
i always wondered why everyone shits on him… I now understand
It’s so random too, he just shows up with a nuke
Random is my way of life
“100 cases out of 12.8 million recipients.”
It’s a scary syndrome but not untreatable
might ass well have J&J out of the domestic rotation at this point …too many bad headlines
Roommate freshman year at Cal got G-B the week after school ended. From what I understand he's still in a wheelchair 34 years later
Well that fucking sucks
life is crazy scary
Along the same line, a guy I grew up with got G-B about 10 years ago and is still bed ridden with a vent. Shit is so sad.
that wiki page is really down playing that thing
Did those guys get it from vaccines?
Yeah, we weren't close or anything so I didn't hear about it until after he'd come back from taking a year off and ran into him on campus. From what he said, he went to bed one night feeling a little flu-ish and the next morning his mother found him trying to crawl on his bedroom floor because his legs wouldn't work.
Edit: Just looked him up on this thing called Google, and found a recent picture of him standing with leg braces. Looks like his illness may have prompted him to specialize in ion channel receptors and neurobiology, he's got a PhD and an academic lab named after him
Nope, just a random case. I think it is highly unusual to be disabled long-term, but this guy only has slight movement of his fingers this far out.
Wait you can just get this shit?
Man this dude sounds like a bad ass nerd
Yeah. Theres not exactly a nailed down mechanism for it, i think
Yeah, didn't see that in him freshman year, but like I said even though we were roommates we weren't really close. He took heavy chem and calc classes and went home for the weekends. Avid bowler, of all things
My mom received the vaccine a few months ago and has been dealing with symptomatic Covid for the past week. Started with flu-like symptoms, and has now lost smell and taste. Flu-like symptoms seem to be gone now thankfully. Anyway, how common is this? I know you can still test positive, but aren't cases overwhelmingly asymptomatic once you're vaccinated?