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Vaccine - Side effects
#21
I had my first jab the first week in January. I had the Pfizer vaccine and had no side effects after the first dose, though I understand the 2nd dose can leave you feeling rough for a day or two.
I am due to have my 2nd vaccine next week, hoping I don't feel as bad as some of my colleagues have.
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#22
Although I'm really struggling not to believe the Mail's 'THE EU HATES ANYTHING BRITISH !!!' line... I can't fathom why all those EU countries are suspending use of the AZ vaccine because 30-odd out of 7M people have got blood clot issues. Probably 30-odd out of 25M if you include Brits.
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#23
The regulatory body, European Medicines Agency (ema.europa.eu), says directly that there are only a handful of cases of blood clotting following AstraZeneca vaccination compared to thousands of cases yearly for all sorts of other reasons. Also, that while their committee is investigating, the benefits of the vaccine outweigh the risks of side-effects.

I would be curious if the governments that have suspended the brand have successfully ramped up the infrastructure and manpower to be consuming all their vaccine supplies, or if their capacity is full anyway without AstraZeneca. If the latter, they don’t lose anything in suspending the brand. Otherwise, the question they would be asked is why aren’t they immunizing fast enough.
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#24
I had the Pfizer vaccine mid January and due 2nd shot within next couple of weeks.

Had a sore arm for a couple of days and the only other way I can describe is that I felt "at odds" with myself for a couple of days but nothing major at all.
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#25
Reading something last night it seems, rather than 'we hate the Brits' the reasons for banning the AZ virus in Europe are..

- the clotting, although minor, just proves it hasn't been properly trialed or tested.. and they're worrying what other hidden side effects might emerge.
- its not such a massive deal as we are making out as, outside the UK, the supplies of AZ are extremely limited anyway. Where as if we suspended it here in the UK we'd lose 80%+ of our vaccine stocks overnight.
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#26
The vaccine roll-out in the UK is now over 24m doses. When dealing with statistics of this size it isn't helpful to look at individual cases - this just confuses the specific with the general. The experience of one person on this thread accounts for 0.000004% of the overall number of people who have been vaccinated.

The Covid Symptom Study app, using analysis provided by King's College London, has over 4 million global contributors (I am not in any way affiliated to this app). They have recorded that after getting the Pfizer jab, around four in ten people experienced some local after effects, including some soreness in the arm where they got the jab. Around one in seven developed a headache or felt fatigued for a day or two. The survey has not seen any evidence of longer term health effects, although people reported more symptoms if they had already had a vaccine or had previously been infected with COVID-19.

I've had a jab, and I've recorded my reaction with this app. Hopefully, with the data they've been collecting, there will be much better public health planning in the future.
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#27
Well, the whole European Vaccine programme seems to be a mess.

On a side note, I got an invite from the Department of Health and Social Care to be on a public advisory group! £490 for the pleasure!
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#28
I assume you're next door neighbours with Matt Hancock or something
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#29
(17-03-2021, 12:31 PM)romeolover Wrote: On a side note, I got an invite from the Department of Health and Social Care to be on a public advisory group! £490 for the pleasure!

Do you get kickbacks too?
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#30
Got my jab scheduled for March 25th. An hour away.
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#31
(19-03-2021, 05:49 PM)Heinrich Wrote: Got my jab scheduled for March 25th. An hour away.

Great!
How did you qualify?  Restaurant worker?
Every state has different rules.
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#32
Yup! Food service workers are eligible now.
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#33
(12-03-2021, 10:00 PM)TzukeNut Wrote: I've had the flu jab for a few years now and never had anything more than a sore arm so I'm keeping my fingers crossed it's the same with the Covid-19 jab.
No such luck.  

I was okay for the first few hours but did get a bad headache & my body ached by the end of the day.  Not bad enough to mean I couldn't sleep.  By the end of the day following, the body aches had gone & the headache was minimal.  By 48 hours after the jab, I was just left with a sore arm.  None of it was bad enough for me to bother with paracetamol though.   None of the 'brain fog' other people have reported.
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#34
Just got my first load. Big Grin

That is the fastest shot I've ever had in my fucking life.
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#35
Has taking the load left you sore?
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#36
Nope. Feeling fine.

*Ope, now I'm sore. Feels like a pulled muscle.
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#37
Just had 2nd Pizer jab. Hopefully side effects will be no worse than the first one
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#38
(11-03-2021, 08:28 PM)KernowChris Wrote: I've been taking other drugs which may have added to the issues below, but here they are.

My experiences for 48 hours were being unable to get warm, real shivery and extreme lethargy with mild stomach issues, these lasted for 36-48 hours.
(25-03-2021, 08:19 PM)TzukeNut Wrote:
Quote:I've had the flu jab for a few years now and never had anything more than a sore arm so I'm keeping my fingers crossed it's the same with the Covid-19 jab.
No such luck.  

I was okay for the first few hours but did get a bad headache & my body ached by the end of the day.  Not bad enough to mean I couldn't sleep.  By the end of the day following, the body aches had gone & the headache was minimal.  By 48 hours after the jab, I was just left with a sore arm.  None of it was bad enough for me to bother with paracetamol though.   None of the 'brain fog' other people have reported.
Well, it’s gone a bit like this. I had the Oxford vaccine yesterday lunchtime. Went absolutely fine, no trouble at all. Went to work as usual. I didn’t experience any symptoms until around midnight, when I wanted an early night.

My home felt freezing (whether partly due to the weather, I don’t know), but just could not doze off despite being very tired. And started getting aches across all my joints, including fingertips. No sore arm, though.

Had to fire the heating up until the home was pretty hot, and managed to sleep this morning, and did the same all over again. Feeling better now I’m dosed up with some tablets. Hopefully will get over it by the end of the day.
Quote:No hesitation however in having the second instalment when due.
Definitely not. Although seeing as it might clash with my holiday plans, hoping I won’t have a repeat run.
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#39
I've had the Oxford AZ vaccination and just felt a bit "headachy" for 24 hours.

As far as the second jab is concerned, I can't roll up my sleeve quick enough!
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#40
Had my first AZ dose Friday afternoon.
Absolutely fine for 24 hours. Then this afternoon - sore arm and then everything aches. EVERYTHING.

Now (11pm) aches have eased quite a bit except the arm which is very sore now. No visible signs just feels like I've been punched hard.
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