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    Quote Originally Posted by elizabethalice View Post
    I had the whole feeling really rubbish for a few days too. You should feel better in a day or two. Chest pain is usually anxiety, and it sounds to me like the side effects are very normal. However, if you are worried and you think it will help to put your mind at ease you can ring NHS 111. They helped me out a lot when I had covid and made me feel so much better.
    Can i ask which vaccine you had? Xxx


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    Quote Originally Posted by Catkins View Post
    Are you taking paracetamol? If not start taking it at regular intervals, if you are you can take ibuprofen as well. Drink plenty of water too.

    Treat it as though you have a heavy cold.

    I know this might sound silly to say but if I ever feel iffy after a vaccine (flu or whatever) I tell myself 'good, it means it's working on getting those antibodies sorted for me'.

    Hope that helps.
    I have been keeping on top of the paracetamol hoping for a better day tomorrow xxx


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    Quote Originally Posted by lillypops View Post
    Can i ask which vaccine you had? Xxx


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    I had Pfizer. Yes see how you feel tomorrow- let us know!

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    Hi ladies
    I am still feeing absolutely rubbish since my vaccine. I dont feel as sick as I originally did but i fee absolutely wiped out xxx


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    Quote Originally Posted by lillypops View Post
    Hi ladies
    I am still feeing absolutely rubbish since my vaccine. I dont feel as sick as I originally did but i fee absolutely wiped out xxx


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    Hi Lilly, the NHS website says that side effects can last for up to 7 days so it’s not unusual to still be feeling rubbish. Hopefully you’ll feel a little better tomorrow again.

    My fiancÚ had 4 or 5 days of feeling terrible after hers, she felt really ill and was exhausted.

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    Had my first pfizer on Saturday and still feel a bit rubbish. I was shaking Saturday night, but now I'm a bit tired and a little dizzy.

    I think all the scare stories in the news don't help. It really makes anxiety worse 😭

    Hang in there - Paracetamol should help you!

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    Re: Covid vaccine

    Quote Originally Posted by worriedmuch View Post
    Had my first pfizer on Saturday and still feel a bit rubbish. I was shaking Saturday night, but now I'm a bit tired and a little dizzy.

    I think all the scare stories in the news don't help. It really makes anxiety worse 😭

    Hang in there - Paracetamol should help you!
    I agree with you Worriedmuch that the scaremongering in the media isn't helping the situation, and could possibly (dare I say it) lead to 'psychosomatic' symptoms. I was OK following my first jab back in Feb but slightly iffy following my second in early May, but nothing serious and only for about 24 hours or so the day after.

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