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RE: Moderna vaccine (Personal experiences)

I haven't heard anything about break through cases with Pfizer. When did this come out? DH got Pfizer. I got Moderna.
covetsthesun 04/12/21 09:26am Around the Campfire
RE: Moderna vaccine (Personal experiences)

Crowe.... have you ever attended a BBQ at a tropical resort and found they were cannibals? I shot right out of bed! LOL!
covetsthesun 04/09/21 11:40am Around the Campfire
RE: Moderna vaccine (Personal experiences)

@covetsthesun - next chapter to this will be the worst delirium, You won this time, lol. ROTFL!
covetsthesun 04/09/21 10:57am Around the Campfire
RE: Moderna vaccine (Personal experiences)

Yup, the most difficult are not the body aches but the restless sleep and delirium. Mine even had a conspiracy theory angle (joked here) of putting chips into vaccination needles. LOL! Got ya beat. My delirium dream was cannibals at a tropical resort. I may never look at a palm tree the same.
covetsthesun 04/09/21 10:23am Around the Campfire
RE: Moderna vaccine (Personal experiences)

I have coworkers (30s-40s) who have experienced a range of symptoms that included some or all of 103-104 fevers, chills, uncontrollable shivering, body aches, headaches, and even delirium for about 24hrs. Thanks for reporting this. I had a rough go and maybe a little delirium...some pretty strange dreams?? I was so concerned for my son when he reported the uncontrollable shivering.
covetsthesun 04/09/21 10:09am Around the Campfire
RE: Moderna vaccine (Personal experiences)

Thanks. I'm a bit concerned about him. He's 47, so in theory, getting knocked flat this much seems odd. I know some folks did have a rough go.
covetsthesun 04/09/21 08:29am Around the Campfire
RE: Moderna vaccine (Personal experiences)

Update. I'm fine now...but my son had his 2nd moderna vax Tuesday and has had "kicked by a mule" and run over by a one ton truck side effects. Pretty similar to mine. Except he had uncontrollable chills and shakes. He's experiencing fatigue and some body aches and is sleeping a lot. It's still going on. Really knocked him down. He didn't expect that.
covetsthesun 04/09/21 08:10am Around the Campfire
RE: Moderna vaccine (Personal experiences)

Update! Slept very well Thursday night and woke up Friday feeling normal. No brain fog, no aches (other than normal ones). Got most of my energy back and spent the day playing catch up. Wow. What an experience! It took longer to recover..but from what I read it's not unusual to experience SE's over a week. Glad to be back on track!
covetsthesun 04/03/21 06:37am Around the Campfire
RE: Moderna vaccine (Personal experiences)

Maybe here...but I have a friend who has been having a bit of rough time too. She's still having a few after effects too. I was fatigued, weak and sleeping a lot. She hasn't been able to sleep and has been chilled and sweats. We both got 2nd Modernas on Monday.
covetsthesun 04/01/21 08:06am Around the Campfire
RE: Moderna vaccine (Personal experiences)

Quick update on 2nd Moderna vax side effects. Yesterday I thought I was past the worst...and probably was. Just felt a little tired and had a sore spot on my arm. Went out for a bit and someone pulled my plug and I crashed. Slept for 5 hours in my chair...got up went to bed and slept another 9 hours. The red place on my arm was gone this morning...but it started to itch and is now pinking up again. I'm still feeling a bit tired...not sick. Just a little tired. Got the vax on Monday morning.
covetsthesun 04/01/21 06:30am Around the Campfire
RE: Moderna vaccine (Personal experiences)

Better today, just a bit tired. Same here. Better today. Still very tired and a little weak. A warm, red spot the size of a large egg showed up at the injection site late yesterday and is still there this morning. Thinking of putting Benedryl Gel on it. Probably will take it easy today.
covetsthesun 03/31/21 07:21am Around the Campfire
RE: Moderna vaccine (Personal experiences)

x2 The heated mattress pad is on high while I’m in bed. Counting down until I can take another dose of Tylenol. DH fixed chicken soup... it was wonderful! I can now walk without pain, but fatigued and weak still. I've been wrapped up in a heavy duty fleece blanket with fleece flannels. And a space heater aimed at me. Tylenol helped a little. Two friends got their 2nd Moderna yester day too. Nothing. Boggles the mind. Another friend and I have been texting back and forth periodically... you alive? Yep. You? Yep. We both got clobbered good. If this is side effects...I sure have a new respect for those who survived the virus.
covetsthesun 03/30/21 04:12pm Around the Campfire
RE: Moderna vaccine (Personal experiences)

As my day progressed (today) it got worse. Chills, more fatigue...could barely move. I think maybe it's peaked...still have aches, headache but chills are gone. If I ever find the person who drove over me with a one ton...
covetsthesun 03/30/21 01:23pm Around the Campfire
RE: Moderna vaccine (Personal experiences)

I got my second dose yesterday afternoon. I felt fine until after dinner which gave me time to get chores done (unload 400# of sheep feed & 300# of sheep mineral, train my two working border collies, and take my 14.5yo border collie for her evening walk). By 8pm I was feeling run down. Over night I got a headache and body aches but no fever. I still ache this morning and am feeling very tired. I’m not in the geezer category but I am old enough to receive aarp membership mailings. I felt fine for about 6 hours after 2nd Moderna yesterday. Then it was profound fatigue, slight headache. By 9pm ache was worse all over. Got up at 1am took a tylenol...helped very little. Now at 7am... still fatigued and achy. Thank heaven I don't have sheep to take care of! Still better than the virus though.
covetsthesun 03/30/21 06:09am Around the Campfire
RE: Moderna vaccine (Personal experiences)

Had 2nd dose Moderna this morning... 4 hours later feeling really, really tired. Headed to my soft cushy recliner for the duration. Hopefully this is the only thing. Need a nap anyway.
covetsthesun 03/29/21 01:41pm Around the Campfire
RE: High Miles??

I am not sure of your budget, but I would suggest that you look at a Certified Pre-Owned (CPO) vehicle. You may also find a GMC Acadia or Buick Enclave as good fit. The Buicks had a longer warranty, and a certified provides a 1 year warranty and 100.000/6yr powertrain warranty (from initial delivery date). I saw some 2019 vehicles with 30k miles, that would give you another 70k through mid 2025. I really liked the Acadia that I took drove to Kansas and back in 5 days. Thank you!
covetsthesun 03/29/21 06:59am Tow Vehicles
RE: Moderna vaccine (Personal experiences)

DW is back to normal today. Her back is a little sore from the aching yesterday but other than that all is good. I am glad we got this over with as we will soon be travelling for a few months. Safe travels everyone. Glad to hear it! My 2nd dose is tomorrow...keeping my fingers crossed
covetsthesun 03/28/21 02:44pm Around the Campfire
RE: High Miles??

Well folks....this has been quite a conversation! I appreciate everyone's perspective. We do plan to keep the old truck...certainly not bragging about the high miles. It's just like a comfy pair of jeans and DH says he'll drive it to the golf course and goofing off till it won't go. The new vehicle would be our daily driver and traveler. Thanks to everyone!
covetsthesun 03/28/21 08:45am Tow Vehicles
RE: High Miles??

Thanks Valhalla. I've been a bit wary of vehicles with over 70k miles. But I see recalls for new and newish. I have a friend who's wife will NOT let go of her Suburban. Just put a new engine in it...even though it sheds rust at every wash. I needed fresh perspective.
covetsthesun 03/28/21 07:19am Tow Vehicles
RE: High Miles??

Very true. A hundred thousand miles on a car from the 50's and 60's was nearly unheard of without some kind of overhaul or serious work being done. Now a hundred thousand miles is common and unremarked upon. Very true. I think the average new vehicle lasts around 20yrs & 200-250k miles. I would say 370k is getting into bragging rights but if you replace the entire drivetrain along with other major components, you can keep just about any vehicle going forever, so it kind of negates the bragging and financially, if you are dumping several thousand per year into the truck to keep it going, it's likely going to be cheaper to buy a 10yr old vehicle that is in good running condition. We usually look at around 80-120k and 10yrs or younger. Still reliable and at typically 1/5th the price of new. Even if we have a few minor repairs, we are still way ahead (which we really haven't had). And this is exactly where we are. Spent $5k last year...already $5k this year. I've always been a stickler for regular maintenance... least little squeak or vibration and it's in the shop to find out why. Got stranded in Florida last year for a week because the front brakes had to be replaced. And... yes they were thoroughly checked out pre trip. A caliper went bad and BANG! Even the best of techs can't predict what may go wrong. I get that. That's why I come here and ask questions. Y'all are a huge well of experience and knowledge. You just can't get that anywhere else.
covetsthesun 03/28/21 06:23am Tow Vehicles
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