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How has the virus affected your day to day life?

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    Re: How has the virus affected your day to day life?


    Quote Originally Posted by RandyO View Post
    so only a couple weeks
    I'm not sure how the different companies are spaced out. Mine was Pfizer. 1st on 12/18 and 2nd on 1/7 so 20 days apart.

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    Re: How has the virus affected your day to day life?

    Got the 2nd round yesterday. Was fine for the daytime and at work until 2300. Today it hurts significantly worse than the first round. Kinda feel pain in my bicept down through my armpit. Its a weird thing to describe as I cant recall having pain through my armpit basically ever.

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    Re: How has the virus affected your day to day life?

    Quote Originally Posted by 01xj View Post
    Got the 2nd round yesterday. Was fine for the daytime and at work until 2300. Today it hurts significantly worse than the first round. Kinda feel pain in my bicept down through my armpit. Its a weird thing to describe as I cant recall having pain through my armpit basically ever.
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    Re: How has the virus affected your day to day life?

    Much stronger on the left side where the micrchip was implanted I got the shot.

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    Re: How has the virus affected your day to day life?

    On the bright side, I can tell EXACTLY where you are right now.

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    Re: How has the virus affected your day to day life?

    FWIW, strictly from clinical trial/stats standpoint, people should expect some side effects

    Quote Originally Posted by Pfizer
    In clinical studies, adverse reactions in participants 16 years of age and older included pain at the injection site
    (84.1%), fatigue (62.9%), headache (55.1%), muscle pain (38.3%), chills (31.9%), joint pain (23.6%),
    fever (14.2%), injection site swelling (10.5%), injection site redness (9.5%), nausea (1.1%), malaise (0.5%), and
    lymphadenopathy (0.3%).
    I got sore for 1-2 days after my first shot. Although I can administer it relatively well and I have many patients who say "it's done? I didn't even know you did it!", I still counsel them that it's possible they may develop those aforementioned common side effects afterwards.

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    Re: How has the virus affected your day to day life?

    My wife had a sore arm and headaches I believe. Tough to say on fatigue, she's always tired anyways lol.

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