sore arm and fatigue for a couple of days, that's all.
I had 4 x Pfizers but was wondering if there was any benefit to going with Moderna for #4
with the doctor she calls Dr. Doom - can't remember his real name.
His answer was that is no longer a big deal. The big deal is to get boosted.
You got boosted - good choice.
Felt a slightly sore arm after each & after the second jab I also had delayed hypersensitivity- ie, for almost exactly a month afterwards I had intense itching around the sight.
This occurred multiple times throughout the day & nothing alleviated it. Then it ended! No other problems.
Felt a little more run down than after the first booster and the usual sore arm but was fine by the third day.
Moderna, felt tired and rundown for 2 days. Took some naps I was so tired. My arm hurt pretty significantly for 3 days and I had a big hard lump in my arm on the 2nd day. Lump was gone by the 5th day.
I have never had any reaction at all to vacs of any kind, including Covid vacs, and I'm not expecting a reaction this time either...knock on wood.
His was Pfizer - sore arm for 3 days. Mine: Moderna - no problem at first, then minor itching at injection site after a few days. Worth it.
I knew I would have a reaction, so I put in for today off, as sick leave. I was sore in the morning, but by about 11:00 a.m., I wasn't feeling so bad.
My arm hurt a lot for about 24 hours, the kind of soreness you cant sleep on. I also got a headache and a case of the tireds for about 12 hours.
and other than soreness around the injection area, felt completely normal.
by 10 in evening. Sick with fever etc all night and the next day. I've gotten a fever etc. from all four vaccinations. But I'm still glad I got them.
I have always had a reaction.
The Mr....not so much.
We will both get the Moderna.
than the previous 3...just a slightly sore arm and little fatigue for a couple of days.
I'm a happy jab-ee!
Too busy dealing with doctors over the cancer in my eyeball right now.
Let it get that way from skin cancer on my lower eyelid, which developed during my "good boy" social isolation period (and without any health insurance at that time).
Oh, well. Now I'll have another place to store a spare key or perhaps some breath mints. (I was already legally blind in that eye anyway, so at least the cancer didn't affect my good eye.)
Edit: So much for my family history of no cancer, as if I was somehow impervious to it. It HAD to be some kind of strange infection or an allergic reaction, in my mind back then.
Arm soreness for a day, slight headache. Pharmacist said people were coming in "all day, every day" for shots. Great to hear!
I felt a little flu-like the next day, more so than after the first three, and my arm was sore for a couple of days, also worse than the first three -- but that's a very small price to pay.
Sore arm about 4 hours later. Temp 102, chills and achy by about 9 PM - just like the previous 3.
Back to normal 48 hours later.
Milder reaction than 2nd and 3rd shots. Arm soreness was not as bad. Just a blah feeling for half a day the day after the shot. The 3rd shot (first booster) had the strongest reaction - very sore arm, fatigue for 3 days, slightly elevated temp.
With the 2nd and 3rd shots I had the pink circle on my skin that shows up with Moderna in some people, called "covid arm." Did not get that with the 4th shot.
Sore arm for a day, then mild fever and malaise for a few hours, then back to normal. Mildest reaction I had over 4 shots. With the first 3 I was knocked on my ass for a day and a half.