Just a little video about moderna shot #1 and in an hour I’ll be getting g the second moderna shot for the Covid virus.
Of course hoping no serious side effects or adverse reactions come up, but we will have to just wait and see.
The first shot was a piece of cake, with nothing weird to report other than a very slightly sore upper arm for a day or two but it did not effect anything.
Best of luck to all of you who go the vaccine route.
Below is an update from my first few hours after Moderna vaccine number Dos:
Below is a video that reviews very briefly the morning after the 2nd Moderna shot thru until lunchtime. So up to 26 hours after shit number 2:
And below is a recap of hours 43-50 after the vaccine #2 for me… sorry fir creeping in the seals..
3 weeks After Moderna Shot #2 Below. Also, hopefully we can hear an update from our friend Bev who has placed some comments down about her experience. Really hoping she can pull out of the nasties soon and get the normal feelings flowing again(for sure she will). Also, I was scheduled to have a colonoscopy last Friday, but several days before I cancelled it. This time was for insurance reasons mainly. The insurance I have (Blue Shield of California PPO (not group)) does not have the gastro Doctor I choose in-network … so my out of pocket expenses would have been several hundreds of dollars more than budgeted. And, as I’m feeling fine I didn’t want to take the slight risk of the procedure setting me off… so cancelled for now. Maybe a few months from now after summer I’ll get back onto that, not sure.
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