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LvlSlgr

From: LvlSlgr

Sep-25

I rescheduled for next Monday, Oct. 2. 

I need to check with my doctor to see if I should get the new RSV vaccine. If I do, I'll get it another time. Two shots - one in each arm - is enough for one day.

I had rsv type pneumonia and was hospitalized last February for a week. Glad there is a new vaccine.

AEGram

From: AEGram

Sep-28

LvlSlgr said:

Two shots - one in each arm - is enough for one day.

Awwwwwww, why not go for the gusto and just have one injected in your hip!  (ROFL) ............I won't even do 2 at once.

I pretty much know what will be my Covid reaction, but each flu shot is just a tad different formula which is sometimes enough to make me tired or drained. Plus, sometimes the injection site is more sore. I've not had an RSV, so I want that one in a singular time just so I can know any side effects are exactly credited to that serum and not leave me wondering if it could be the other shot or my body dealing with both.

LvlSlgr

From: LvlSlgr

Sep-28

AEGram said:

I've not had an RSV, so I want that one in a singular time just so I can know any side effects are exactly credited to that serum and not leave me wondering if it could be the other shot or my body dealing with both.

I agree.

AEGram

From: AEGram

Sep-29

By the way, there was an article in AARP magazine saying that Covid and flu could be administered at the same time, but they recommended getting RSV by itself.

LvlSlgr

From: LvlSlgr

Sep-29

Thanks for letting me know.

I've now rescheduled my shots again. I'm supposed to have minor outpatient surgery on Oct. 9 which is just a week after when I was getting those shots. I checked with the doctor's office and they advised it would be best to wait until after the surgery. If I had been able to get them this past Monday - as originally scheduled - it would have been okay. But they're concerned the Covid booster may be a little too close to the surgery date. Best to wait until after the surgery.

SharpEye1

From: SharpEye1

Sep-30

I actually got my RSV and flue shot together.  One in each arm.  No problems or side affects for me.  heart_eyes

SharpEye1

From: SharpEye1

Sep-30

Today, I got the new COVID Moderna booster and so far n issues there either.  heart_eyes

AEGram

From: AEGram

Oct-5

2 weeks ago, we got our Covid booster....mild arm soreness around injection site. No other issues.

Today, we got our RSV jab....No arm soreness; no side affects at all.

LvlSlgr

From: LvlSlgr

Oct-5

That's good news.

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