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    Quote Originally Posted by Stigmata View Post
    I have my 2nd dose of Pfizer on the 6th of next month.
    I get my first Pfizer shot on the 6th.

    After having a mild reaction to the 1st shot (headache, slight fever, fatigue), I'm glad I decided to schedule these on my off days as opposed to my original plan of scheduling my appointments before going to work.
    Well the 6th is a Thursday and I go back to work on Sunday, so hopefully I'll be good to go. My mom just had a slight reaction to the second shot and my dad didn't seem to react much when he got the first one last week.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Virtual ghost View Post
    I got Pfizered today for the first time. It is still early but besides slight energy loss there don't seem to be any problems.
    If this is it the vaccination is absolutely worth it if we consider the alternatives.

    Noting scary, slight energy loss and now the arm gently hurts at moments.
    Plus all of that can be explained on different ways if we consider what I was doing and that I didn't really get enough sleep.
    By next night I will probably be completely fine.

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    48 hours after vaccination ... everything is fine as if nothing happened.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Doctor Anaximander View Post
    My face tingled for maybe 5 minutes after I got the first dose, then I felt fine. My wife got the second shot and felt okay-ish. She got tired but experienced no fever.

    It seems from what I've heard that most of the people reporting feeling shitty after the second dose are younger and middle aged adults, while seniors I've spoken to have mostly reported feeling milder effects after the second dose.
    My understanding is that the strength of immune system correlates with strength of response to the vaccine.
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    The biggest side-effect of first dose seems to be the calm that is coming from the fact that you don't have to think about every detail while doing things.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Siúil a Rún View Post
    My understanding is that the strength of immune system correlates with strength of response to the vaccine.

    Then my immune system is strong. Had to go to acupuncturist for the tingling apparently is a nerve response. wtf
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    Quote Originally Posted by RadicalDoubt View Post
    I took my first Pfizer shot yesterday and did not have drastic symptoms (neither did my friend or roommate, who also took it). Very mild, but persistent/on and off headache that lasted for two days and notable fatigue. Interesting, we all reported joint pain (elbow) on the injected arm. I also have eczema and tend to have a reaction to most vaccines I have taken, so as usual I had soreness and rashing around the injection site. Different then usual, I had rash/eczema patches which excited themselves on my injection arm and semi-persistent itchiness on that arm and generally on that side of my body.

    Looking at the few people I've spoken to, for those who typically have reactions to vaccines (like myself), the reaction with this vaccine is more significant/notable than with other vaccines (but not to the point of severity). My friend's mother typically gets headaches, mild rashing, and fatigue and with the first shot had those, as well as a bit of swelling on her face initially. Mine was also a bit more notable as mentioned, this may be a pattern but two people is not statistically significant.

    Not bad, but I'm not excited for the second dose considering most people who I've heard take the first vaccine had more minimal reactions than myself...
    Ironically, second dose didn't hit me too bad. I got mine yesterday and I'm feeling mostly ok. I might have had a light fever earlier this morning but I actually feel less bad than when I received the first dose. We will see how things progress for the remainder of the day, but so far so good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RadicalDoubt View Post
    Ironically, second dose didn't hit me too bad. I got mine yesterday and I'm feeling mostly ok. I might have had a light fever earlier this morning but I actually feel less bad than when I received the first dose. We will see how things progress for the remainder of the day, but so far so good.
    I get my second shot today -- hoping for a similar experience after feeing a little unwell after the first one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RadicalDoubt View Post
    Ironically, second dose didn't hit me too bad. I got mine yesterday and I'm feeling mostly ok. I might have had a light fever earlier this morning but I actually feel less bad than when I received the first dose. We will see how things progress for the remainder of the day, but so far so good.
    I tell lies. It's still not like terrible, but without Tylenol I probably would've had a fever and nausea all day. I expected worse though considering things, so this is fine.
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    My immune system must be damn weak, because all I experienced was a mild headache for part of the next day... It will probably be the only attempt at stimulating my immune response that I make this year, since I got the shot that, while it requires no follow up, has the drawback of sometimes causing serious blood clots.
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