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How Does Everyone Feel About The Covid Vaccine?

How Does Everyone Feel About The Covid Vaccine?

I am ready to take the vaccine, but I am a bit anxious about it. What are your thoughts about the vaccine?

A myRAteam Member said:

I had the Pfizer vaccine and the booster. The second shot I forgot I had it and the day after thought I was having chest pain. Took a Nitroglycerine. It only hurt a couple hours. Then later remembered I had the shot on my left arm and my daughters and I were laughing. Nothing again on the booster. I have grandkids who live with me in gradeschool, and daughters who go out to work every day and I have not gotten sick. I have never regretted having the vaccine.

posted 7 months ago
A myRAteam Member said:

Right now the CDC says it is not recommended for people with autoimmune diseases. My Rheumatologist says they just don't have enough data right now about how it will effect us. Like all meds, we all react so differently sooo I for one will not be taking it.

posted over 1 year ago
A myRAteam Member said:

Everyone has their own opinion, and I encourage every to read, research. These have been fast tracked and lack safeguards that are not very well put in place for most vaccines to begin with. While vaccines can be life-saving--some of these have potential to make auto-immune conditions worse since they are trying to rewrite your immune system to make antibodies. They are using nano particles in some of them---those are the ones requiring extremely cold temps--which can cause more auto-immune issues in the long term. Some of the early test subjects have already experienced severe problems from the vaccine that were not reported in the mainstream media.
So, please read, decide--some will get it, some won't. Whatever people choose, please be respectful of their decision and know they have a reason for their choice. Love and hugs to you all.

posted over 1 year ago
A myRAteam Member said:

I got mine as soon as it was possible. I’m 60 yrs old I got the 2 shot vaccine to be honest I thought the flu shot was worse. My arm was soar the next day but other than that I was good. The problem is everyone reads to much crap about it. If we all want to continue the path forward we ALL need the vaccine to get to herd immunity and I just don’t understand why people are thinking 🤔 about just do it to help yourself and to help others. Don’t be afraid do the right thing.

posted about 1 year ago
A myRAteam Member said:

I just got my second dose and it’s fine just a little of a soar arm for a day on both of the shots. I think the flu shot were worse. It’s a no brainer get the vaccine. My Rhuematoid Doctor told me to make sure I do get it when it’s available to protect myself and others by doing do it.

posted about 1 year ago
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