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09-01-2021, 06:43 PM
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Glad that's the first bit done for you both, Mags.
It must help things along when they are well organised too.

There was a Doctor on telly yesterday who had just had his, and he said the next day he felt ' Not quite right, but certainly not ill.'

I suppose the Flu jab affects us all differently too, but interesting to hear how you get on.
Thanks Mups, I canít praise them enough today, there was always someone with you to open and close doors, tell you where to go, ask you how you feel. This was their first week of opening, three days a week (Thurs, Fri, Sat).

The first time I had a flu jab my arm ached for two or three days, after that future jabs didnít affect me at all. Iíll let you know how I feel tomorrow.
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09-01-2021, 07:27 PM
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Good news Mags you are in good company with the Queen who had hers today.

Lots of members of my health support group have had their vaccination and no one seems to have had as much as a sore arm .
I won't mind if I do get a sore arm, is shows my antibodies are reacting and I will do what I do every year with the Flu vaccination, massage the site gently and if it hurts the next day apply an ice pack
I wish I could say I travelled with her in the Bentley ..... but I can't!

Thanks Meg, I hope when you have yours it goes as smoothly as mine.

No side effects whatsoever yet, I'm a bad sleeper at the best of times so time will tell tonight. Mr Mags is also feeling ok at the moment so fingers crossed.
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10-01-2021, 12:26 AM
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Update, almost bedtime and Iím feeling fine so far.

Mr Mags says his arm feels sore and aching, other than that heís ok.

Will see what tomorrow brings.
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10-01-2021, 12:57 AM
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This was their first week of opening, three days a week (Thurs, Fri, Sat).
Lets hope they can keep the good practice up Mags.
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10-01-2021, 04:01 AM
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Re: Covid-19 Vaccinations

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We had out first vaccination this morning.

We arrived at the Medical Centre at 11.10am for our 11.30am appointment. We were told we could go straight in.
Morticia was worried about injectees growing another head. Any sign of that yet?
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How are you both this morning,Mags?...
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How are you both this morning,Mags?...
Mags?....
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10-01-2021, 11:48 AM
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I would like to thank Mags & all the other people who have told is about having their vaccination. It really helps those who have been nervous about having a jab, that nobody has had before, & hearing that you are not suffering is a real comfort to many.
I have had an annual flu jab for years and 70% of the time I get a sore arm for a few days but it soon gets better & isn't anything to worry about.

I think that suffering after Jabs is often psychological fear, but very few people suffer any serious problems.
I believe it will take some time to get back to normal, when we have all had our jabs, but at least we will have some protection.
I really hope that all our members can look back on Covid as a bit of a nuisance, rather than a tragedy, and we can see the funny side of "Lock Down" in a couple of years!
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Mags?....
..you know what I meant,...her husband.
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I would like to thank Mags & all the other people who have told is about having their vaccination. It really helps those who have been nervous about having a jab, that nobody has had before, & hearing that you are not suffering is a real comfort to many.
I have had an annual flu jab for years and 70% of the time I get a sore arm for a few days but it soon gets better & isn't anything to worry about.

I think that suffering after Jabs is often psychological fear, but very few people suffer any serious problems.
I believe it will take some time to get back to normal, when we have all had our jabs, but at least we will have some protection.
I really hope that all our members can look back on Covid as a bit of a nuisance, rather than a tragedy, and we can see the funny side of "Lock Down" in a couple of years!
Until next winter Twink, and it will probably be a different strain so you will all have to have another jab, or maybe two jabs, or three jabs......Then you will need jabs to offset the problems caused by all the previous jabs..... Bugger that!...
 
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