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Covid Shot - Side Effects?

Old 3rd Jun 2021, 07:44
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Same experience as many others here......

First 'AZ' Jab Mon 31st May, thought 'that's a small needle',
T'was in / out ....NIL reaction at all.
Second Jab due in 12 weeks. = 223rd Aug.

Go get it!

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Old 3rd Jun 2021, 09:06
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AZ #1 on 20th May. Sore arm for a few days, and some chills on day 2 but after that all OK. AZ#2 booked for 12th August.
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Old 3rd Jun 2021, 22:24
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Originally Posted by blubak View Post
1st jab for me yesterday,also noticed needle very fine,all done before i even thought about it,no side effects so far👍
Had few shivers on 2nd afternoon but very mild,as someone else posted 'go get it'
Look at what people who are getting chemo are going through & we dont get the media hype on that.
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Old 3rd Jun 2021, 22:46
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Originally Posted by kingRB View Post
So makes me wonder what the real story is here? Why is Bridle quoting a study that proves the opposite of what he's claiming?
Because he is completely wrong:
https://byrambridle.com/
Here's a website setup to counter all his incorrect and misleading claims, using scientific research to back each one.

The fact his first and main claim about toxic spike protein in the vaccine spells doom for his credibility, given they don't even exist in mRNA vaccines...

Bridle has also testified against the effectiveness of masks, against lockdowns, and against the "experimental" vaccines (which he reasons are unnecessary with his proposed treatment – ivermectin).

Says it all really - he is clearly awake while all of us sleep..

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Old 4th Jun 2021, 04:06
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Originally Posted by TimmyTee View Post
Because he is completely wrong:
https://byrambridle.com/
Here's a website setup to counter all his incorrect and misleading claims, using scientific research to back each one.

The fact his first and main claim about toxic spike protein in the vaccine spells doom for his credibility, given they don't even exist in mRNA vaccines...

Bridle has also testified against the effectiveness of masks, against lockdowns, and against the "experimental" vaccines (which he reasons are unnecessary with his proposed treatment – ivermectin).

Says it all really - he is clearly awake while all of us sleep..
thanks for posting that. His credentials seemed on the surface ok, but alas he is another loon by the sounds of it. Which makes you wonder how he is still employed at the university.
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Old 4th Jun 2021, 05:50
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There’s no reason to favor one vaccine over another. MLADEN ANTONOV/AFP

Novavax

Efficacy rate: 96%

Structure: Two-dose

Availability: Not authorized yet.



Pfizer-BioNTech

Efficacy rate: 94%

Structure: Two-dose

Availability: FDA-authorized; 200 million shots by July





Moderna

Efficacy rate: 94%

Structure: Two-dose

Availability: FDA-authorized; 300 million shots by July





Johnson & Johnson

Efficacy rate: 72%

Structure: One-dose

Availability: FDA-authorized; 200 million shots by summer





AstraZeneca-Oxford

Efficacy rate: 62 percent

Structure: Two-dose



Availability: Authorized in Europe, the U.K. and part of Asia

However, a number of countries have halted giving the AstraZeneca vaccine following reports of blood clots in some inoculated people. As of Friday, eight countries have paused the use of AstraZeneca shots: Norway, Iceland, Bulgaria, Luxembourg, Estonia, Lithuania, Latvia and Thailand.
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Old 6th Jun 2021, 08:24
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Originally Posted by finestkind View Post
However, a number of countries have halted giving the AstraZeneca vaccine following reports of blood clots in some inoculated people. As of Friday, eight countries have paused the use of AstraZeneca shots: Norway, Iceland, Bulgaria, Luxembourg, Estonia, Lithuania, Latvia and Thailand.
That list of countries that have supposedly paused the use of the AstraZeneca vaccine doesn't look right. AZ was still being administered in Iceland last week, it is being manufactured under licence in Thailand, you can still register for an AZ vaccine in Luxembourg, and it's still available in Bulgaria as it is in Estonia but only for over 50s.
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Old 7th Jun 2021, 02:32
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Just had AZ first jab this morning.

Absolutely no side-effects so far it's quite a few hours since, was early this morning - someone said that it was a small needle - I didn't even feel it the gauge of the needle was so small.

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Old 7th Jun 2021, 21:32
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Originally Posted by AerialPerspective View Post
Just had AZ first jab this morning.

Absolutely no side-effects so far it's quite a few hours since, was early this morning - someone said that it was a small needle - I didn't even feel it the gauge of the needle was so small.
My reaction was exactly the same,evening of 2nd day got some shivers but only mild.
20000+ doses a day in victoria currently,you can be sure if there was even 1 bad reaction out of that many it would be the subject of every radio talkback show in existence.
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Old 8th Jun 2021, 00:29
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Had my pfizer and despite some tiredness today I have been fine, my partner had the AZ and just a sore arm. Can't wait to be fully protected.
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Old 8th Jun 2021, 02:15
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Why would those who claim to have made a personal choice not to take the vaccine, come and post on a thread that clearly is intended for those who've had the jab to share side effect info?
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Old 8th Jun 2021, 02:36
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Originally Posted by CharlotteAnderson View Post
Had my pfizer and… Can't wait to be fully protected.
No one is fully protected, just more arms and armo(u)r.

In the dentist’s just now and proudly announced I’d had my first Pfizer, and the second would be this Friday. His wife (at reception) looked up and said, “The second one is worse.”

”Oh, thanks for that!” I said in my best deflated Japanese.
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Old 8th Jun 2021, 04:05
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The worst reactions do seem to be after the 2nd jab, just from anecdotal evidence of talking to people I know.

After my 2nd Pfizer, I got a headache and cold sweats for a few hours that night. Eventually fell asleep and woke up feeling fine the next morning. Reported it as part of the data collection and no doubt was recorded as an “adverse reaction” which others will use in an attempt to scare people (there’s a few anti-vaxx fliers going around which love to quite these numbers).
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Old 8th Jun 2021, 08:54
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Everybody is different so I don't think it's possible to generalise at all.

My other half was absolutely shattered on the day after her AZ jab, not too bad on the following day and fine the day after. 2nd jab no problem of any sort.
My first jab was fine, I only knew which arm it was because I watched him do it, 2nd jab mildly sore arm for a day or two.
We know somebody else who spent the whole of the day after the first jab being sick, but nothing after 2nd jab.
My sister munched ibuprofen for a few days after the first jab because her arm was so painful, 2nd jab nothing. Brother in law nothing after first jab, 2nd jab a headache for nearly a week.

I can't see a pattern...
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Old 9th Jun 2021, 07:23
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Originally Posted by Jack D View Post
Phase 3 trials are complete and approval has been given for the use of some vaccines, not all.
Safety monitoring continues until 2023 or 2022 depending on the manufacturer, Pfizer or Moderna. Safety monitoring is normal practice for all vaccines and does not constitute a trial per se.
As far as I can determine the trial phase is over, engaging a competent lawyer will help .
Incorrect:

Manufacturing, safety and quality control of vaccines (who.int)
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Old 9th Jun 2021, 07:28
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Not a medic myself but I was told some reaction indicates your body's immune system is responding as intended. Very old people tend to show almost no reaction for this reason.
Had the second biontech jab yesterday and could tell arm it went into but nothing else.
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Old 9th Jun 2021, 08:18
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Flatulence. Shedding lots of virus particles
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Old 9th Jun 2021, 13:30
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Yup, get the jab. Pfizer was fine, two jags and antibodies are good and tested monthly by the UK ONS with blood tests and the usual covid swab tests. If only the anti vaccine groups and the 'at risk' ethnics groups would join the programme, we would be much better placed to move on and open up the travel.
That really does slow things up over in the UK etc.
I would have to celebrate with a monster evening at the Bourbon and Beefsteak at Kings Cross, if it is still there.




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Old 9th Jun 2021, 13:30
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And I breathe the same air as you, what a waste.

Do you go to all that trouble for a tetanus shot too?
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Old 9th Jun 2021, 22:49
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Had second pfizer jab yesterday. Arm sore where injection was. Woke up with aches all over.
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