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Could This Be Caused By The COVID Vaccination? by Crixxx: 5:36am On May 22, 2022
I am in pains even though I'm used to pains this one is really of concern to me. I got the first dose of the Pfizer COVID vaccination 6 days ago.
The injection was not painful at all that I had to ask the nurse if she had injected me. There was really no unusual feeling that moment until hours later when I started feeling pain at the site of the injection which I immediately knew was as a result of the injection and I was enjoying the pain and also feeling at peace with myself knowing I had started the vaccination process.
Days after, the pain at the injection site subsided but what succeeded was a little lump under my left armpit. This is the same side I had the vaccine and it is painful. This pain isn't funny because it got me concerned to the point I had to start googling and you know the out come of googling a symptom. I also searched on YouTube and found lots of people having same complain this made my racing heart calm down a little.

Pls who else experienced this after taking the vaccine Pfizer especially, what did you do to relieve it and how long did it take to disappear completely.

Your replies will really be appreciated.
Re: Could This Be Caused By The COVID Vaccination? by MMWandali: 5:45am On May 22, 2022


What
Re: Could This Be Caused By The COVID Vaccination? by Crixxx: 5:51am On May 22, 2022
MMWandali:


What

Have you taken the vaccine?
Re: Could This Be Caused By The COVID Vaccination? by MMWandali: 5:57am On May 22, 2022
Crixxx:


Have you taken the vaccine?

No
Have not considered it
Re: Could This Be Caused By The COVID Vaccination? by ifex370(m): 7:05am On May 22, 2022
Do people still take vaccine?
Re: Could This Be Caused By The COVID Vaccination? by Olawalelotito(m): 7:24am On May 22, 2022
What vacine is that?
Re: Could This Be Caused By The COVID Vaccination? by Crixxx: 9:36am On May 22, 2022
ifex370:
Do people still take vaccine?

Of course
Re: Could This Be Caused By The COVID Vaccination? by Crixxx: 9:36am On May 22, 2022
Olawalelotito:
What vacine is that?

COVID 19
Re: Could This Be Caused By The COVID Vaccination? by guente02(m): 7:40pm On May 24, 2022
So I took the covid vaccine(pfizer) on March 16th, 2022, and my life has been a living hell, I've been plagued by different symptoms but the most noticeable is extreme fatigue, I get so tired that all I want to do is sleep. I also experienced brain fog and various headaches, heart palpitations, shivering at night and all but surprisingly after one month I magically felt better. I went to the hospital to carryout a full blood scan and test for STDs and I came out clean. I relocated to Europe(that was why I even got the vaccine in the first place because normally nothing concern me with that poison and whats hurts even more is that I could have easily bought the covid certificate from the back doors at the airport), and after having some ice-cream and eating some of their food it triggered a relapse and I'm back with extreme fatigue and same old symptoms.

From my research this doesn't happen to everyone who took the vaccine(e dey pain me say my case different) and there is no known cure for the issue just like normal covid.

It just sucks that I'm not able to be as energetic as I was before the vaccine. Its really tough for me right now. The vaccine basically injured me.

I'm hopeful/praying that the body will eventually fight it off or some type of fix would be discovered. Hopefully your case doesn't get worse than it already is.

Crixxx:


COVID 19
Re: Could This Be Caused By The COVID Vaccination? by Crixxx: 11:00pm On May 25, 2022
guente02:
So I took the covid vaccine(pfizer) on March 16th, 2022, and my life has been a living hell, I've been plagued by different symptoms but the most noticeable is extreme fatigue, I get so tired that all I want to do is sleep. I also experienced brain fog and various headaches, heart palpitations, shivering at night and all but surprisingly after one month I magically felt better. I went to the hospital to carryout a full blood scan and test for STDs and I came out clean. I relocated to Europe(that was why I even got the vaccine in the first place because normally nothing concern me with that poison and whats hurts even more is that I could have easily bought the covid certificate from the back doors at the airport), and after having some ice-cream and eating some of their food it triggered a relapse and I'm back with extreme fatigue and same old symptoms.

From my research this doesn't happen to everyone who took the vaccine(e dey pain me say my case different) and there is no known cure for the issue just like normal covid.

It just sucks that I'm not able to be as energetic as I was before the vaccine. Its really tough for me right now. The vaccine basically injured me.

I'm hopeful/praying that the body will eventually fight it off or some type of fix would be discovered. Hopefully your case doesn't get worse than it already is.


First or 2nd dose
Re: Could This Be Caused By The COVID Vaccination? by guente02(m): 4:57am On May 27, 2022
Crixxx:


First or 2nd dose
First. Never went back for second.
Re: Could This Be Caused By The COVID Vaccination? by Crixxx: 10:56pm On May 27, 2022
guente02:

First. Never went back for second.

I also don't think I'll be going back for a second after that huge swell

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