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How was your reaction after, did you take any ibroprefeun
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Bad and no, I only took asprin to reduce the risk of blood clots.
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I had the Pfizer vaccine, and had no reaction whatsoever. My arm was a bit sore for like half a day afterwards, but that was about it. Didnt take ibuprofen or anything else.
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Had AZ. Felt on and off nauseous and shivery for a couple of days after first one, and really, really tired - like I could fall asleep at any second. Wasn't bad enough to stop me doing anything I needed to.

Second one, exactly the same effects but milder. Didn't take any medication either time.

Several people I know had very sore arms for a couple of weeks but I didn't.
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Had a headache and felt a bit cold and tired for a day after my first dose of AZ. Nothing paracetamol couldn't handle though.

Didn't have any effects after my 2nd dose.
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Pfizer.
Dead arm for a few hours after the first one.
Dead arm for a few less hours after the second one.

No painkillers needed.
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No reaction. Didn't need to take paracetamol.
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I had Moderna and experienced no reaction whatsoever. Just a little bit sore on my upper arm, but mild pain that didn't warrant painkillers.
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A bit tired next day after the first one, absolutely no reaction after the second
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Had both doses AZ:

1st dose - was very ill for about four days straight - had a very bad headache for the first night so took paracetamol and ibuprofen, injection sight and arm were awful for two of those days as well.

2nd dose - similar symptoms but nowhere near as bad, last roughly the same length of time though.
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I've had one dose of Pfizer. My arm was sore and I had a headache and was generally tired, so I had some paracetamol. It was nothing terrible, I could have done without it, but I thought why not be comfortable.
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I've had both doses(Pfizer), With the first one it didn't hurt but the 2nd one brought some pain in my arm that's about it.
My Mom took Moderna and she was bedridden for 2 days everyone's reaction to it will be different. Take the vaccine cuz a couple days of feeling **** is better than contracting the virus and dying/being incubated.
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(Original post by ROTL94)
Bad and no, I only took asprin to reduce the risk of blood clots.
did they tell you to take aspirin, and how much did you take?
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Fell asleep unintentionally for 3 hours an hour after the dose, once I’d got home (no idea if it was related or not) had no other side affects though. Didn’t take ibuprofen - the person who did mine said only take it if you feel you need it, although my friend got told to despite feeling completely fine so :hmmm: they felt they didn’t need it so didn’t take it in the end
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Had both, sore arm for a day.
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Had first dose of Pfizer vaccine in early June, second dose is booked for this coming Saturday morning. Didn't have any side-effects or reactions to the first dose.
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Pfizer - slightly sore arm and mildly drowsy for a day 1st, had my 2nd 2 days ago and much the same but feel v slightly cold/flue-ey today, bit of a runny nose and the odd hot flush.
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I've had my first dose of Pfizer (second dose next month). Fine immediately after didn't even feel the vaccine, then a few hours later I felt drowsy, after waking up from a nap I felt like I'd been hit by a truck and then I had such a sore arm that I couldn't sleep very well in the night. Next day my arm was only slightly sore and I was a bit fevery, feeling hot and cold, shivering, nauseous, headachey, but I was still well enough to go to work. Day after that I had no symptoms at all, was completely fine. I didn't take ibuprofen but did take some paracetamol the second day.
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(Original post by Anonymous)
How was your reaction after, did you take any ibroprefeun
I had Pfizer.

Dose 1: Arm slightly sore for a day. Slightly tired that day, which gave a good night's sleep.
Dose 2: Arm slightly sore for a day. No other reaction.

The NHS staff advised paracetamol if any flu like symptoms occurred.
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I had pfizer, was fine after, arm became really sore and heavy about an hour after. Got a pretty bad headache too. Didn't help this as at the peak of the heatwave we just had, and I walked home from the GP, and I think I was quite dehydrated so not all on the vaccine.

Headache went away with some paracetamol. Arm was sore the next day but I woke up sleeping on that arm so that's partly why. Day after I was completely fine.
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