MAFS 2021

Lyf

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I’m getting vaccine tomorrow, feel a bit nervous about
Dentist tells me she felt ill next day
Anyone had the jab?

I haven't but having mild side effects and feeling off for a bit is pretty common for many people when they get (any) vaccinations apparently. I tend to be quite lucky in this regard though as I've had quite a few vaccinations before and I barely feel anything usually, the worst is maybe a sore arm, so I'm hoping when it's my turn for this vaccine I'll be similarly lucky!
 

Kaz

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Not yet, i think we're set for may/june.
My mum and sister in the UK have had theirs. Felt a bit tired and a sore arm that was about it. And my stepson in New York had his as he teaches. Same, a bit tired and a sore arm. All had the Phizer. Which one are you getting?

Us plebs get the astrazeneca
 
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Lyf

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Previews show that it's all going down tomorrow night but I have something on and probably won't get to watch it. Sigh. Have to resort to catching up online.
 

twist

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I’m getting vaccine tomorrow, feel a bit nervous about
Dentist tells me she felt ill next day
Anyone had the jab?
I know five people that have had it recently. Two had Pfizer and three, including me had Astra Zeneca. Mostly no side effects. I had a bit of a fever / chill on day two and my husband felt a bit under the weather but nothing too serious. My arm is a bit sore a week later, but nothing that is concerning. Someone I know who is over seventy has had a health event (from a pre-existing condition) that coincided with the vaccine. His specialist said the two are unlikely to be connected, but was bad timing if a coincidence.
 
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February

I think, therefore I am, I think ...
Ha! So she finally said it to Liam "depends how much you need dick in your life!"
That is what I wanted to know after he said he was bi. I'd rather hear him say he had "experimented" I'd had been bi, not just basically bi.
 

twist

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I saw on the news today that 50% of Australians vaccinated with it reported side effects. I won’t be getting it for years at this rate.
You'd want to delve into what those side effects are though - because it is likely the majority are minor and to be expected. All medication, including the annual flu shot has side effects. It doesn't mean it will adversely impact you for more than a few days. Best to speak to your GP than base your decision off a broad sweeping news report.
 

Lyf

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Ha! So she finally said it to Liam "depends how much you need dick in your life!"
That is what I wanted to know after he said he was bi. I'd rather hear him say he had "experimented" I'd had been bi, not just basically bi.

I guess I'm not super typical but I actually wouldn't mind if my person occasionally has something on the side with someone of a sex/gender that isn't the same as mine, as long as we've agreed upon an open relationship type thing and there is honesty and respect and responsibility, and safe sex and all that taken into account.
 

Affable

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You'd want to delve into what those side effects are though - because it is likely the majority are minor and to be expected. All medication, including the annual flu shot has side effects. It doesn't mean it will adversely impact you for more than a few days. Best to speak to your GP than base your decision off a broad sweeping news report.

They listed the side effects to it which were minor.

As it stands, I do not trust and will not be getting the Astra Zeneca due to the blood clot reports.
 

February

I think, therefore I am, I think ...
Ha! So she finally said it to Liam "depends how much you need dick in your life!"
That is what I wanted to know after he said he was bi. I'd rather hear him say he had "experimented" I'd had been bi, not just basically bi.
Just thought. She could get a strap on! Sorted!
 

Affable

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The issue with bloodclots has been widely reported as not connected ...

Actually, it has been reported as recently as yesterday that they don’t have enough evidence to make a conclusion on that yet. So to reach your conclusion is not appropriate.
 
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kxk

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I saw on the news today that 50% of Australians vaccinated with it reported side effects. I won’t be getting it for years at this rate.

Not yet, i think we're set for may/june.
My mum and sister in the UK have had theirs. Felt a bit tired and a sore arm that was about it. And my stepson in New York had his as he teaches. Same, a bit tired and a sore arm. All had the Phizer. Which one are you getting?

You'd want to delve into what those side effects are though - because it is likely the majority are minor and to be expected. All medication, including the annual flu shot has side effects. It doesn't mean it will adversely impact you for more than a few days. Best to speak to your GP than base your decision off a broad sweeping news report.

Thanks all here for comments
As kaz said AstraZeneca is what we get, I don’t have much choice @Affable
Vaccinate gamble or self isolate forever?
I am 1(b), any age with an underlying medical condition, I have an auto immune disease
stuffed immune system
 
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