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Sick people   Off-Topic Chat

Started 12/21/20 by bornblesse2; 10260 views.

From: Mishii


I had a rough couple of days. High fever, hard chills, severe aches and pains. However, I don’t think I would be considered either young or healthy. 
ive had several staff that had the same reaction. Worth it though. 

I have read that it helps to be VERY well hydrated before you get the second shot, and continue to drink a lot of water over the next few days.  I know it used to really make a big difference when I was having the IVIG infusions.  If I was not well hydrated, I would come home feeling like I had the flu.  Achy all over (but no chills, those are awful!), headache, slight fever, exhausted.  But always felt much better the next day.  Drink, drink, drink that water!~



From: Mishii


It didnt help with me.  I am ridiculously hydrated. Hey, maybe it would have been worse if I didn’t drink 90 oz of fluid a day!  Still worth it. 

Cathy (cacnurse1)

From: Cathy (cacnurse1)


Dee in TX (DBRADFOR3) said:

DD's best friend had a bad reaction from her 2nd shot.

I had my second vaccine this morning.  So far, so good.  I'll let you know how tomorrow goes.

I get my second dose tomorrow.  I am drinking even more water than usual.  I'll be up all night, but I'll be well hydrated when I get my shot tomorrow!  

Cathy (cacnurse1)

From: Cathy (cacnurse1)


Here's hoping that we both barely know we got it.  But it's supposed to be a sign that the first one is working.


From: Dippledock


We have both decided to just have them light the match and give the ashes to our children to mix together and then spread over our property, or as they see fit. We wont care much either way, just so they mixed together first. To date we have been married 59 years so we want to be together in death also.