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Dreamtime
Perth Western Australia
121 of 130  Thu 11th May 2023 6:27pm  

Philip, you have got to stop thinking about food. Oh my
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PhiliPamInCoventry
Holbrooks
122 of 130  Fri 26th Apr 2024 2:53pm  

Hellooooo, I had my Covid19 booster jab yesterday afternoon. It's knocked every bit of energy out of me. Oh dear.
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Helen F
Warrington
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123 of 130  Fri 26th Apr 2024 3:09pm  

It seems wrong to upvote that but consider it a sympathy wave. Wave
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Annewiggy
Tamworth
124 of 130  Sat 27th Apr 2024 9:50am  

Yes, we had ours on Wednesday and I was off from the evening and all day Thursday, like flu. It's is supposed to be good because it means your antibodies are doing what they are supposed to. 😀
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PhiliPamInCoventry
Holbrooks
125 of 130  Sat 27th Apr 2024 9:57am  

For me Anne, it was just like having a sleeping pill. Totally knocked out. The pharmacist suggested that I stayed indoors & kept warm for 24hours. He need not have bothered. I'm certainly ok today. I do hope that you both are fully ok.
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Helen F
Warrington
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126 of 130  Sat 27th Apr 2024 10:16am  

I felt like that after my very first vaccine dose but subsequent vaccines have just resulted in an itchy lump. What slightly worries me is that I still haven't caught covid and I don't yet know how I'll react.
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Annewiggy
Tamworth
127 of 130  Sat 27th Apr 2024 11:08am  

I still have the itchy lump. We are both fine now Philip, it did not affect Roy much, glad you are OK now. It worries you when you read the internet and it says your symptoms could last a week. I always remember when I was at school, can just about remember that far back. I was ill and off school for a week after the smallpox jab. We had to go to the headmistress Miss Foster (Coundon Court) with the register if we had been off school and she said, "I told you girls not to have this vaccination" ! Which I don't imagine was the official rule of the education department.
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Dreamtime
Perth Western Australia
128 of 130  Sun 28th Apr 2024 5:09am  

It's a good job we are jabbed in the arm. I would hate to have to stand up for a week. Blush
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Annewiggy
Tamworth
129 of 130  Sun 28th Apr 2024 1:57pm  

I also like to sit down so I am glad we don't have them in some other place Blush
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Helen F
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130 of 130  Sun 28th Apr 2024 2:07pm  
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