- Relationship to Diabetes
- Type 2
Had Pfizer jab yesterday they moved it a week early.my wife had her moved a week early as well.Due to Supply considerations they said.
And it has been so bitterly cold out there. Our local surgery 2nd jab arrangements were by appt. and we arrived early by 5 mins and went straight in after temp. and questions. Much the same as first attempt. Maybe we were just lucky.Had my second jab last Friday. The most irritating part of the whole procedure was the twenty minute wait outside the health centre in a cold wind, culminating in a rather delayed entry to the health centre. The organisation was much poorer during this second session than that accomplished by the Royal Marines during the first session. Otherwise satisfactory.
Im having mine tomorrow morning, 12 weeks since the first one.Following on from the ‘first jab’ thread...
@everydayupsanddowns as one of my healthcare friends (with T1 and fully deserving to be in the highest priority group) had her second jab, yesterday, I wondered if there will be a second thread going up soon: "Who has had their second jab?" :)forum.diabetes.org.uk
and as suggested by @helli - Here’s a place for folks to compare notes on their experiences of the booster vaccine for Covid 19, whether any side effects were better or worse... and how close to the suggested timings it was able to happen
I had my second one yesterday and it was twice as painful as the first. I hadn’t a single problem after the first jab but I’ve been ill since this second one, have been up shivering most of the night and still have the headache from Hell...
I was the other way round with flu like symptoms and lethargy from first jab for 8 days but my 2nd jab 2 days ago ... nothing except much tiredenss so far. fingers still crossed.