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"​I had pretty much reactions same reactions to both shots. Got the shots in the afternoon at a park in Weston, Florida. Went about the rest of my day feeling ok, just a sore arm. Then around 12 midnight woke up with the shakes and chills in bed. Was scared of the strong reaction. My temperature was at 100 and my teeth were chattering. Took 2 Tylenol to reduce fever. Called the doctor the next day and the nurse told me if the symptoms get worse go to the emergency room. That’s the last thing I wanted to do so I took a Tylenol regimen every four hours and slowly by the third day, my symptoms receded back to my normal temperature if 97.6.

The 2nd dose had virtually the sane symptoms as the first.

Must mention that I have psoriasis, which means my autoimmune is likely higher than most and it might have been an overreaction by my autoimmune to the mRNA injections.

I also felt pretty lethargic for almost 3 months after the injections.

I have a lot of olive oil in my diet, which is an anti-inflammatory, which likely helped with my recovery and was able to avoid any swelling. I put that sh*t on everything. My toast, my eggs my pasta, rice. The past floats in the olive oil. I highly recommend it for many ailments."

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