Jan 23rd, Pfizer, localized pain, spot of dehydration and a slight headache lasting until 2300. Basically a mild hangover without the joys of getting drunk.
I appear to have been missed off the list, and had to write a begging email to the NHS. So far it has had the same result as every other begging email/letter I have written.
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Okay. My old man had his first dose with the Oxford-AstraZeneca jab and was rough for a day or two: drowsiness, headache and soreness. That was back in early Feb.This post is directed at those that have had the jab as a factual feedback and not intended as a vaxxers rant page ....
Edited to add : Polite reminder : It's in CA , not the NAAFI .
I had the first Pfizer jab on Thursday 25th Feb ( last week ) and for the past three days have felt a bit weak and tired and have not been sleeping well , but otherwise OK .
Which one one did you have and what , if any , after effects have you had ?
I had a look at that. My NEAREST centre is a 46-mile round journey, whereas my GP is a 2-minute walk away. If I contact them early Monday morning, they will be able to see if I can get an appointment next week... otherwise, options range from 46 miles to about 130 miles round journey to one of their official centres.So, I never got my callup either via surgery/NHS but went here and plugged my details in and all went through smoothly:
I know Arrse membership is considered dodgy by many in the civilised world but we aren't a disease y'know!I had 1 jab of the AZ a few weeks ago (My OH is the ANP at a GP practice, and had 1 dose left at the end of the day. Her boss didn't want it wasted so told her to give it to me)*. Felt some mild Flu-like symptoms for a couple of days but apart from that a a slightly sore arm for a few days no probs.
* I would have had it a couple of weeks ago from my own GP practice in any case as I have a number of health concerns.