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Right or Wrong to Enforce CV19 Vaccinations on Care Home Workers ?

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Paul Marvin:

--- Quote from: mikem on September 20, 2021, 12:26:10 pm ---People have generally had an adverse reaction to EITHER the first OR second jab, I haven't heard of any cases where it's happened with both.

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I was so ill ( for months ) with the first AZ vaccine that they deemed it unsafe to proceed with the second AZ, so after a few trips to the hospital I was offered the Pfizer which was fine . Cant wait to see what happens when it comes round to my third    :doubt:

pwhole:
Weird - I had two AZs and had no side-effects whatsoever on either, other than a slightly sore arm, but then they had stuck a great big needle in it, so it's not surprising that bit hurt. Though I know a couple of people who had to spend a day in bed feeling shit after their first one. I guess everyone's got a different chemistry set.

Paul Marvin:

--- Quote from: pwhole on September 20, 2021, 04:54:45 pm ---Weird - I had two AZs and had no side-effects whatsoever on either, other than a slightly sore arm, but then they had stuck a great big needle in it, so it's not surprising that bit hurt. Though I know a couple of people who had to spend a day in bed feeling shit after their first one. I guess everyone's got a different chemistry set.

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Its not the needle that makes you arm hurt its bad vaccine practice blasting the fluid in as fast as they can , they are taught fast needle slow solution, when you have your next one ask them to push it in slow and you wont have any pain. My wife gave me a course of B12 shots and I had no pain whatsoever  :thumbsup:

pwhole:
When I was in hospital I had to have a new cannula inserted, and the nurse who did it rushed it, and ran off to another ward. Ten minutes later I was chatting to my neighbour and he pointed out that my arm was slowly blowing up - which it was. As big as a bloody golfball in five minutes. She'd missed the vein, and it was just squirting fluid into my muscle. So I pressed my buzzer and got her back to do it again. I can't even remember what solution it was, I was on so many. Antibiotics, painkillers and salt/sugar stuff. Maybe it was all of them. Anyway, she said it would go down in a few hours, and it did, but that was all a bit weird. I've still got a bit of hard vein on the other arm from it all. So squirting a whole dose of vaccine in quickly I could imagine being pretty bad.

Cap'n Chris:

--- Quote from: Tripod on September 20, 2021, 09:30:37 am --- ...I do not how this can be brought in without a change in Employment Law and Informed Consent practice and supporting Law.

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Sincerely hope it will remain unenforceable because of this.

Global Moderator Comment Topic locked as it's caused enough division already. Let's try to get back to caving chat. :hug:

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