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  1. 1. What is your status on the Covid - 19 vaccination?

    • I am fully vaccinated ( either 1 or 2 doses depending on vaccine )
    • I have received first shot of a two shot vaccine.
    • I have not been vaccinated, but plan to be when it is available for me.
    • I am not planning on being vaccinated.


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2 minutes ago, halfmanhalfbronco said:

 

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My wife and I got our first dose of Moderna yesterday. I feel fine, but my wife can barely lift her arm. The pharmacist we went to gave us the option of getting either the Moderna or the Johnson & Johnson. We were thinking about getting the J&J, but I felt more comfortable with Moderna since that's what my parents and grandparents got. After we got home I texted my buddy who got the Johnson & Johnson and he was experiencing stomach pains, diarrhea, nausea, and body aches. 

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6 minutes ago, ridgeview2 said:

My wife and I got our first dose of Moderna yesterday. I feel fine, but my wife can barely lift her arm. The pharmacist we went to gave us the option of getting either the Moderna or the Johnson & Johnson. We were thinking about getting the J&J, but I felt more comfortable with Moderna since that's what my parents and grandparents got. After we got home I texted my buddy who got the Johnson & Johnson and he was experiencing stomach pains, diarrhea, nausea, and body aches. 

My arm was pretty sore for a few  days after Moderna #1.

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1 minute ago, smltwnrckr said:

My arm was pretty sore for a few  days after Moderna #1.

I feel like someone punched me in the arm pretty good, but that's about it. I can lift and rotate my arm with no problem, but my wife can barely lift her arm up to her chest. We go back for our second dose on April 8th. 

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52 minutes ago, smltwnrckr said:

My arm was pretty sore for a few  days after Moderna #1.

47 minutes ago, ridgeview2 said:

I feel like someone punched me in the arm pretty good, but that's about it. I can lift and rotate my arm with no problem, but my wife can barely lift her arm up to her chest. We go back for our second dose on April 8th. 

Wait until you guys get #2. :ph34r:

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2 minutes ago, TheSanDiegan said:

Wait until you guys get #2. :ph34r:

Yea I'm gonn try to make sure I dont have Nything important planned for a couple days afterward.

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15 minutes ago, smltwnrckr said:

Yea I'm gonn try to make sure I dont have Nything important planned for a couple days afterward.

Given how we felt last night, I'm really surprised we both felt fine today. 

I haven't gone looking for an answer, but I would be curious to know why the second shot seems to result in more side effects than the first.

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19 minutes ago, TheSanDiegan said:

Wait until you guys get #2. :ph34r:

Yeah I'm making sure to take those days off work just in case. I have my xbox hooked up to the bedroom tv and I still have shows and movies to catch up on so I'm good to go. 

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4 hours ago, TheSanDiegan said:

Given how we felt last night, I'm really surprised we both felt fine today. 

I haven't gone looking for an answer, but I would be curious to know why the second shot seems to result in more side effects than the first.

Basically because you have no immune response for first dose, but your body has built up immune response for the second dose.

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8 hours ago, TheSanDiegan said:

Given how we felt last night, I'm really surprised we both felt fine today. 

I haven't gone looking for an answer, but I would be curious to know why the second shot seems to result in more side effects than the first.

Higher immune response, it means it's working :)

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Update: Wife and I got our second dose last night. Pharmacy let us go early to beat the storm instead of keeping our Monday morning appointment. My arm is sightly sore, but other than that I'm fine. Hers is REALLY sore and she's feeling rough. I imagine the drugs she has to take for a chronic medical condition aren't helping. They're immune suppressing.

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On 3/13/2021 at 9:01 AM, WYO1016 said:

Update: Wife and I got our second dose last night. Pharmacy let us go early to beat the storm instead of keeping our Monday morning appointment. My arm is sightly sore, but other than that I'm fine. Hers is REALLY sore and she's feeling rough. I imagine the drugs she has to take for a chronic medical condition aren't helping. They're immune suppressing.

I am reading women see more side effects than men.   Time will tell if that holds up.

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Got my second shot last over a week ago.  Felt kinda crappy the next day but still went to work and drank a couple of beers the next  night.  Felt fine two days later other than a sore arm.  Wife felt like hell for two days.

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I got Pfizered last week. No side effects or soreness. My dad has received both doses of Pfizer and didn't have any side effects or soreness. My mom had her second dose of Moderna on Friday and only had mild soreness on Saturday. 

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