My family are discussing the vaccines and we all agreed that as my body is hypersensitive, I wouldn't have it. My body has major flare ups every time I have an injection. I was just recovering from an epidural I had three years ago, only to be bedridden by the flu jab. I'd never had issues with the flu jab before. Would this be grounds for refusing the Vaccine? I've been isolating from March. Just wondered what your views are.
Update... I have just been informed at I'm in the next batch of people due to get the Vaccine. This is due to my various conditions. I've noticed that they're fine tuning the Vaccine and can alter it to make it more effective and we might only need one injection! I'm still thinking about it but due to the feedback my post has had, I veering towards getting the Vaccine.
Can I ask why you are isolating?
I have various conditions that means I'm shielding, sorry not isolating. I got told to shield during the first lockdown.
I also have many conditions including blood cancer fibro and 2 different types of arthritis.... I was also told to shield in March and have been told to shield again but for my mental health I am being sensible and still going out to do my weekly shop! I’m due to be vaccinated by mid feb and I will not be turning it down... even though my conditions will flare up after this....
Why do you think conditions will flare up because of vaccine? None of the patients with autoimmune diseases in our clinic have reported a flare post vaccine.
I’m on chemotherapy and with all my medical conditions anything different affects my body
curious if you know which one will be offered to you with chemo? The pfizer with mRNA possibly?
Hi... I had my vaccine last Saturday, I had the Pfizer.
thanks for letting me know.
Hi can I ask how you are after your vaccine? Hope it went well for you x
Hi... of course. I was absolutely fine, the only thing I suffered with was a really painful arm but that only lasted for around 14 hours.