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Well, this could be awkward

Thursday, April 22, 2021

A few days ago I wrote about how, 24 hours after getting shot #2, nothing much had happened. As it turns out, I was a little early on that. Within an hour, I was feeling something.

Feeling tired -- even my eyelids felt tired -- was the start. I also felt inside like I do when I'm beginning to get a cold - kind of chilly without the chills. I had a slightly elevated temp at 99.3, and got a slight headache. I took two naps that day and a Tylenol around 5:30 for the headache. Another Tylenol early the next morning, and a kind of brain fog all day Monday. Working from home was very helpful that day.

The "having to think about everything" lessened, but continued through Tuesday. Yesterday I nursed a tiny headache all day and eventually took a generic excedrin migraine tablet because the pain was near an eye. This morning I think I am back to whatever is regular these days.

My lesson learned from this is to take things as they come. Learn about what might happen and be able to say, "I've got this."
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  • CATHYSFITLIFE
    I didn't have much side effects from the 1st shot but the 2nd shot about 10 hours later I started getting flu like symptoms. Glad it's behind us now.
    13 days ago
  • HAPPYDAZ1
    Everyone reacts differently to 'situations'. I have absolutely no side affects, hubby, on the other hand had flu like symptoms to both #1 and #2 with #2 being more severe.

    Glad it's all behind you now...move forward now.
    13 days ago
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  • MICHELLEINGALLS
    Glad you are feeling better! The second shot kicked my butt too! 💜🧘‍♀️
    13 days ago
  • COOP9002
    Hope you recover from it soon.
    13 days ago
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