Not the full lot but only after getting back to normal did I realise I had had a pretty rough week after each jab, the initial hit got my attention but I was wiped out energy wise for a week each time and having real problems sleeping. A couple of days after the second one my thighs were aching and my knees really seized up and sore for a few days.
Have you had long covid?
I had the bug about the same time as you and thought I had got off lightly for the first three months, apart from a loss of 60% lung capacity initially which was fun. last June a storm kicked up out of nowhere when I was out on Chesil fishing and the my left lung felt like someone was trying to remove the sod with no anesthetic. I was like a zombie for the next fortnight and got caught out again later that summer. Not been 100% since. I assumed that is why the jabs kicked the crap out of me.
No I've not had long covid. I was in a bad way in March last year and it took me a good while to get over it. I'm back to about 20k a week running and a one hour weight set three times a week. I had a couple of tests the other week for insurance and the barbie like nurse commented on my recover rate - I'm fit.
I took the hounds out on the Friday afternoon and I was that knackered, I could have literally lay down and gone to sleep. Chronic fatigue was an understatement. Saturday morning - everything completely gone. It was totally bizarre