OK, "Tide pods" not "tide pods". I thought you meant something having to do with seaside tide ponds.
An unfortunate side effect of our litigious culture. It may also be that your Cardiologist is trying to avoid making any definitive absolute statement on the subject because many people have a tendency to turn off when hearing something contrary to their belief system, and maybe he/she prefers to make sure communication channels stay open.MY CARDIOLOGIST SUGGEST THE SHOT.. FOLLOWS UP TO SAY THIS IS NOT HIS SPECIALTY .
HERE IS INFO RIGHT FROM PFIZERS OWN DOCUMENTS WORTH LISTENING TO:
. Fact is that, depending on where you live, there is a high likelihood of COVID finding you eventually, it's just math/geometric progression. With your pre-existing conditions, do you think you will escape with a mild bout?
One would have to weigh the potential risks of the vaccine vs the odds of how bad the disease might affect them.
Had my booster jab on Friday. It was Pfizer. The first two were Astra Zeneca. Slightly sore arm for a couple of days but no other issues. As I am part of the 400.000 person Oxford research program I get tested for Covid every month, get asked lots of questions and also get tested for antibodies. Interestingly my last antibody test came up negative so it looks like the booster timing was spot on.
Hi Simon, really hope you get better soon, take care.Laying in bed here feeling pretty bloody awful with Covid. I’m double jabbed but at 63 and 200 odd pounds this may very well have been the end of me had I not had the jabs. It took my great aunt last year just 3 days before her 100th Birthday.
stay safe everyone
Get well soon Simon.Laying in bed here feeling pretty bloody awful with Covid. I’m double jabbed but at 63 and 200 odd pounds this may very well have been the end of me had I not had the jabs. It took my great aunt last year just 3 days before her 100th Birthday.
stay safe everyone
My Mrs and I are seeing our family physician tomorrow to get the 'red tape-mandated' authorization for the blood test that determines what our vaccine-produced C-19 anti-body levels are. Hopefully were can then get our tests done tomorrow as well.
As I've mentioned before, if our anti-body levels are found to be in the mid range-to-higher end of the scale, we'll be foregoing the boosters...for now anyway.