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    Quote Originally Posted by BMED View Post
    Also include vaccinated individuals that have had COVID as hyper-vaccinated individuals that shed even less for a shorter period of time than individuals that haven't had Covid, which helps stop the spread. Get the virus and the vaccine before it's too late!
    True story! LOL.

    I had a breakthrough case, possibly mu variant. It was contracted from a foreign patient.

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    The symptoms hit me like a train. I did recover quickly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by David View Post
    The symptoms hit me like a train. I did recover quickly.


    Very good to hear!

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    I didn't realize there was a "mu" variant. Glad you recovered quickly!

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    Thank you Philip and Humby.

    I can see why this infection is life altering, enervating.

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    Quote Originally Posted by David View Post
    Thank you Philip and Humby.

    I can see why this infection is life altering, enervating.
    Best wishes possible David.

    48 years-old, never heard or read enervating. Thank you.

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    I got my Moderna booster shot on Friday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Easto View Post
    I got my Moderna booster shot on Friday.


    Seeing discussions over whether to go for the same brand or to mix it up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Humboldt View Post


    Seeing discussions over whether to go for the same brand or to mix it up.
    Don't forget to receive the Quadrivalent Influenza Vaccine now that the season is upon us. My immune system is in hyper-vaccination mode!

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    I got my second shot of Moderna back in August, thankfully.
    I'm just hyper aware that I haven't had so much as a cold in 2 years.
    I just keep thinking that the old immune system has forgotten about regular old colds and flu and when I inevitably get sick it'll be a doozy.

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    I just went to CVS and got a booster shot of Pfizer, it's been 7-8 months since the original vaccine. I felt some shoulder discomfort for a day, and muscle ache everywhere for 2 days, a bit under the weather for a day. I guess that's expected, but it was definitely more of a reaction and side effects than the first doses. Glad I got it though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Philip View Post
    I just went to CVS and got a booster shot of Pfizer, it's been 7-8 months since the original vaccine. I felt some shoulder discomfort for a day, and muscle ache everywhere for 2 days, a bit under the weather for a day. I guess that's expected, but it was definitely more of a reaction and side effects than the first doses. Glad I got it though.
    I was the same way with my Moderna booster. Several of my friends that have recently received their boosters seemed to have the same reaction. From my close circle of friends the percentage of people who had this same reaction is quite high.

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    I just went to CVS to get some prophylactic's, thank god they had XL...otherwise I'd be in debt for the next 18 years!

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    From what I know, this is basically a sign that the vaccine is doing it's job and the immune system is now activated and producing the necessary antibodies to fight of any potential diseases.

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    I have co-workers who got Moderna initially and are getting Moderna boosters cause it seems to be the most effective.

    And Moderna initially getting Pfizer since mixing it up seems to work.

    And those getting whatever they can.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Humboldt View Post
    I have co-workers who got Moderna initially and are getting Moderna boosters cause it seems to be the most effective.

    And Moderna initially getting Pfizer since mixing it up seems to work.

    And those getting whatever they can.
    We did the Moderna one.....the hangover from round 2 had my wife and daughter in bed for 2x days...lol. I felt it pretty good but had to power through work.
    Have heard from some friends....that the booster shot can give you a hangover multiple times worse than the 2nd short one. Probably do my booster in Jan, prior to going down to FL for a month.
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    Moderna x 2, more physical pain for a day or so than anything else, raising above the elbow.
    Felt fine.

    Still mulling over what to go for booster-wise.

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    I thought the mix-n-match was most beneficial for people that got the Johnson and Johnson vaccine initially, haven't followed it closely but I got the same Pfizer booster.
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    I got a J&J shot at the VA in July. How long before I am not considered vaccinated? I really don't want any more shots. My Wife cannot get a shot due to severe pharma allergies and issues. Both my Daughters, both my Sisters and their entire families have had COVID with little complications. Wife and I have been lucky to dodge or maybe had it with no symptoms.

    If I do get a booster, something about the Moderna & Pfizer rub me wrong.
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    I believe the recommended wait time before you get a booster of Pfizer or Moderna is 6 months. I'm not sure what it is for the J&J. As far as "not considered vaccinated" I'm not really sure what the current wisdom is.

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