My Pfizer side effects
I most likely had covid in November. Apart from the enormous fear, I had very mild symptoms: a mild temperature and feeling of coming down with something. And a week of mild neuro symptoms (finding words, balance)
Probably thanks to ivermectin en my home grown Artemisia annua ‘amaro’ concoction, together with vit D and home made elderberry blossom booze, I got over it easily.
For travel reasons, i am opting for to be vaxxed. I was offered the Pfizer vaccine.
The first 2 days: no symptoms at all!
Unfortunately, the 3rd day, I traveled to Spain. Suddenly, the day before, I got a crippling fatigue. From one moment to the next. I had to pack my stuff, but just could not. I slept 15 hrs straight and woke up panicked, still very tired, and in a severe mental fog: Looking at the clock, I could hardly tell the time!
Anyway, i packed a Wifi crippled laptop, not my usb stick with my passwords, an expired bank card, and shut down my phone.
So I was probably the most stranded tourist of the year in Barcelona airport! And I was quite confused due to the vaccination.
Eventually everything turned out OK , or even better. but the costs were very high.
My advice: Better not plan any critical activities the week after getting a shot!
Thanks for sharing your story. If you don’t mind my asking what was the mechanism of enforcement of the requirement of vaccine for travel?
I had heard stories about Europe being buried in counterfeit Covid test documents and vaccine records. They had responded by levying big fines against the airlines for being fooled by the documents.
Was it like KLM or someone who wanted to see the proof? When did you have to present it?
I appreciate your story too and have some questions.
- Was this your first or second dose?
- If it was you first dose, is the only requirement for travel that you have started the process?
- If this was your first dose, are you going to get the second dose given your side effects?
From what I’ve read, give yourself a solid two weeks.
https://www.reddit.com/r/CovidVaccinated/ has thousands of testimonies on what you can expect (mild to worst-case scenarios). Just note that most people who have positive experiences aren’t going out of their way to talk about them.
Hope this is helpful
Ivermectin blocks the spike protein. One could take ivermectin after each shot as if treating Covid-19 and then a weekly dose for a few months.
You know you are getting the shot so start IVM before the shot.
She was flat on her ass for two days, achy and sick. Everything she bumps even a little bruises. She had black and blue marks all over herself. It was kinda freaky. She just sort of shrugged it off. That also was freaky.
VIVA — Sager
I had Moderna. No problems.
” She just sort of shrugged it off. That also was freaky.”
This could be getting into some of the psychology stuff most of us know little about.
Friend of a friend got a cancer diagnosis and was told to start treatment immediately. Friend spent months pleading with cancer patient to actually start treatment.
Cancer patient maintained it wasn’t a big deal and they could start at any time.
Cancer patient started treatment about 6 months later and eventually died. It sounded to me like they just couldn’t handle the news and went the “Its OK” route.
A personally embarrassing anecdote many people (men at least) can relate to is being almost proud to spend a day on a worksite breathing in high VOC fumes. When you are young, you genuinely believe shit can’t get to you. And the companies that made those VOC’s seem so big and successful. Why would they poison me just to save a few bucks huh?
Finally, your client might have had someone warn then about bad vaccine outcomes and now they are confronted with their short straw outcome. How should they react?
I don’t even know how “stupid” your clients reaction even is. Kerry Lutz (podcaster) said at the start of Covid he wasnt changing a thing. After getting out of the ICU from Covid he said he didnt regret a thing. I don’t actually disagree with Kerry’s attitude but thats like something that network TV comedies use as a cautionary tale about what happens to tinfoil hatters who don’t listen to the experts.
I think she — like so many people — just want to stop talking/thinking about it. They’re past their limit. They just can’t take it anymore.
I can’t not. I can’t leave it alone and carry on like before.
This all certainly helps me identify the people I’ll consider for my ohana (tribe) going forward.
VIVA — Sager