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Barsel | 13:12 Sat 01st May 2021 | Body & Soul
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side effects 3 weeks after having the covid jab?
After having chills and vomiting 10 hours after my first jab , I was pleased not to have this after my second jab which was 3 weeks ago, and yet last night I had the exact same symptoms of feeling freezing cold and vomiting all night.
Is it possible to have a delayed reaction like this?

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Possible but extremely unlikely.
Dunno but this may interest you:-
//If the fever starts more than 48 hours after the vaccination or lasts longer than 48 hours, you should self-isolate and book a test.//
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There doesn't seem to be anything else I can think of that would cause these things and after catching up with my sleep this morning, I now feel fine. Very strange.
Strange indeed.
I have had a very upset tum and the shivers from three days after my second jab and it's now three weeks. It happened too after my first jab. I think the jabs have upset my digestive system. However if this started three weeks afterwards it seems it might be a bug!
// There doesn't seem to be anything else I can think of//
we can:
covid
or some other viral disease

did you run a (raised) temp?
Yes it's possible, & the true answer is no-one really knows. We who have had 2 jabs have undergone a mini form of this terrible new disease.

[i] Disclaimer: I'm not a medic [i]
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PP I was poorly during the night. I'm fine now with no symptoms at all. If I had Covid or a disease or a virus, I thought I would be unwell for longer than 6 hours.

Khandro "Yes it's possible, & the true answer is no-one really knows. We who have had 2 jabs have undergone a mini form of this terrible new disease.

[i] Disclaimer: I'm not a medic [i] "

no poo Sherlock?
woofgang, Why the sarcasm? I've had quite violent reactions to both jabs & both quite different, the 1st - nothing for 10 days then I fainted (1st time in my life) & vomited, the 2nd after only 12 hours - violent shaking & sweating for 5 hours, then weakness for several days.
The "no-one knows" comment comes from my (very good) doctor.

What are your experiences, Holmes?
The vaccinne dosnt contain any of the virus khandro
Not strictly true bob,the vaccine does contain virus particles from the spike of the virus.
Yikes sqad - your morbid anatomy is OK
but molecular path needs er updating....

the code for a bit ( an invariant bit actually) of the virus ( spike) is used but we are in the realms of "what does half a streptococcus look like? and is it a coccus or cack-up?"

the mRNA code is taken up by the muscle cell (I reckon you are pre-jacob and monod so you wouldnt have had any of this) and broken down within 6 h. Clearly there is a memory as the (bit of the spike) protein is churned out for seven or so days.

but viral replication as we know it - nope
Thanks for the lecture PP but the statement that I was questioning was:

//////The vaccinne dosnt contain any of the virus khandro///

My answer remains unammended.

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