Fully vaccinated w/ Pfizer

Philippines
November 23, 2021 8:55am CST
Pfizer has properly vaccinated both myself and my hubby. At first, we had a variety of adverse effects from our bodies; my husband experienced heart trouble, while I experienced a mild fever and headache. We don't take a pain reliever on the first dose, but by the second dose, we've learned how to deal with the circumstance if we experience side effects again. We take medicine straight quickly so that we don't have to deal with the adverse effect again. What's your opinion? What's the state of your health, and what are the side effects you've had?
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12 responses
@Happy2BeMe (95999)
• Canada
23 Nov
I am double vaccinated and how no side effect from either one.
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• Philippines
23 Nov
what type of vaccine is it?
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@Happy2BeMe (95999)
• Canada
23 Nov
@Babino (2351)
• Morocco
23 Nov
I'm double vaccinated and had no side effects both times. I'm very proud of myself because usually I get sick easily.
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• Philippines
24 Nov
Just always be careful and avoid crowded areas..
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@Babino (2351)
• Morocco
24 Nov
@agentx053193 Yeah, even if vaccinated, one can never be careful enough.
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• Philippines
24 Nov
@Babino Yeah, That's true..
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@Courtlynn (71075)
• United States
24 Nov
Everyone i know got that one too and no effects
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• Philippines
24 Nov
Good for you sis.. keepsafe always :)
@Courtlynn (71075)
• United States
25 Nov
@agentx053193 sis? Lol
@iKONICNoona (2592)
• Philippines
24 Nov
Oh what kind of heart trouble did your husband have? Is it on the first dose that it happened?
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• Philippines
24 Nov
Yes sister.. after the first shot , he suffered heart pain for almost 3 days.
• Philippines
24 Nov
@agentx053193 Did you visit a doctor fir a check up? Its alarming if that is the side effect .
@hillhjill (21928)
• United States
24 Nov
I don't have the jab or will I take it, but I don't hold it against anyone that does have it. It's your choice. My daughter has one and she got very sick from it. But she's ok now, thank goodness.
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• Philippines
24 Nov
It's good to know that she is okay now...
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@hillhjill (21928)
• United States
24 Nov
@agentx053193 yes for sure.
@Faster16 (1078)
• Indonesia
29 Nov
it's safe, no side effects are felt
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• Philippines
29 Nov
Good for you :)
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@myklj999 (63664)
• Olney, Illinois
24 Nov
I have had both Pfizer doses plus my Pfizer booster shot and had no effects from any of it.
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• Philippines
24 Nov
Good for you.. I'm hope that things will return to normal someday, or as soon as possible.
@May2k8 (16435)
• Indonesia
24 Nov
we cannot choose vaccines here whatever is available is injected into us and the possibility for booster is not free of cost in Indonesia.
• Philippines
24 Nov
However, because this is our body, we have the choice to pick any vaccination we wish. It's very disappointing to know that there are other places that people don't have freedom to choose.
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@May2k8 (16435)
• Indonesia
24 Nov
@agentx053193 Here the doctor has the right to decide what vaccine to inject so not everyone can be injected with the same type of vaccine depending on each person's condition
@elmer0421 (101)
27 Nov
I got vaccinated with Sinovac but fortunately I don't feel adverse effects.
@Junbals (1382)
• Philippines
27 Nov
I heard Pfizer is the best vaccine. I took AstraZeneca because that was the only vaccine which was available.
@ramaaaaa (102)
• United Kingdom
25 Nov
I got one, HAHAHAH
• Bhopal, India
25 Nov
Incidence of side effects of vaccine is one in five thousands.