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  1. seankfletcher

    Thank you for sharing your experience. It seems similar to what other people I know have gone through. Others have been just fine. Where I am, my wife and I are a long way off from getting the vaccine. However, we live where they have controlled the impact of COVID quite well, and have been lucky so far too. What is clear to me though, is that I will probably need to allow three days for the side effects 😊

  2. jarilissima

    Wow, thanks so much for sharing! We have been trying to make an appointment, but even though they show available spots online, when you click on them they say they’re unavailable. A bit frustrating, but we’ll keep trying.

    Anyway, thanks again! I didn’t know these could be the side effects. Interesting, though the muscle pain kind of scares me.

    1. ESRUNRIA | Lifestyle Blog

      Totally get that.. I’ve been trying to make an appointment for 2 months before finally getting in.
      Hearing the stories my colleagues had after getting vaccinated, quite honestly, the muscle pain scared me as well, however it wasn’t as bad as I imagined it would be.

  3. shivatje

    De meeste mensen zijn er toch twee dagen goed ziek van.
    Je hebt hier een goede tekst neergezet waar mensen zeker hun aandacht op zouden moeten richten.

    Aum Shanthi

  4. KK

    I have also received the first shot. Though my friends and relatives had complained about fever and body ache, I had some pain initially on the spot of injection, and then body ache for one day, but no fever. I think side effects vary from person to person, but vaccine is safe.

    1. ESRUNRIA | Lifestyle Blog

      Yeah, definitely! It is absolutely normal for side effects to vary from person to person based on/for different reasons. Just like anything else, if we’re being completely honest.

  5. June Lorraine Roberts

    We are all different so it’s hard to say which (if not all) of the symptoms you had would be ones we would get 🙂 Congrats on getting your shot!

    1. ESRUNRIA | Lifestyle Blog

      Absolutely. Generally speaking, people are meant to react in different ways to different factors, and medicine is certainly not an exception.
      Thank you! Wishing you the best 🙂

  6. vaniheart

    I am so glad that you are feeling ok now, taking the vaccine is important and you did a great job by sharing your experience which will create awareness among your followers ❤❤❤

  7. JessicaMarieBaumgartner

    Thank you for sharing your experience

  8. Crystal Byers

    I got the Pfizer. Shot one—sore muscles at the site of the injection, especially the next day. Shot two—no problems. Happy to have it behind me. You’re on your way.

  9. Jay

    You’re lucky to have received it!

  10. Shelly DS

    Thanks for sharing! I have heard a lot of people complain about the side effects, but the thing most keep forgetting is that the vaccine is composed of parts of the actual Covid-19 virus, so it’s expected to get some Covid-like symptoms. Glad you’ve been vaccinated and are feeling good again!

  11. Vannylla ♡

    Thank you so much for sharing your experience with the vaccine. Though our country and my company will be using a different brand for the vaccine, I am still really having second thoughts if my body could fight through the side effects of the vaccine since I also have a weak immune system when I was a child. But really, thank you for pointing out the side effects that I could look out for when I get vaccinated already.

  12. denise421win

    Thanks for sharing the info

  13. Anita Bacha

    Thank you for sharing your experiences about your first shot of AstraZeneca vaccine.Friends of mine had similar side effects reactions.They are now waiting for the second shot.
    Stay safe
    Happy end of the week

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