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Thread: IF you had to take the vaccine, which one should you take?

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    IF you had to take the vaccine, which one should you take?

    I might have to go overseas, therefore, I will need to have a vaccine, or vaccine card to show on my travels.
    There are so many people giving the vax now, finding someone I can bribe...?

    If I have to vax, which vax is best and the least problematic?

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    I would get J&J only because its the least hassle.

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    Do you have moral or religious beliefs?


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    Quote Originally Posted by mRad View Post
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    Yuh, pretty much.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Averageman View Post
    Yuh, pretty much.
    The J&J used fetal tissues in development, while the mRNA vaccines used fetal tissue for testing.


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    J&J and fear blood clots ! If you have a issue with vascular disease I might go for the other

    Make sure they aspirate the injection site ! You do not want this going into any blood vessels etc... ask about this !

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    Pretty much everyone at work that's been vaccinated got the Pfizer. Outside of about half of the people getting sick for a couple days after the 2nd dose, I havent seen or heard of any adverse reactions.
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    I’m 41 and got one dose of Moderna, felt like I had a cold for a couple of days.

    Got the real Covid a few days before the second dose.

    I’m superman now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AndyLate View Post
    I would get J&J only because its the least hassle.

    Andy
    And according to most med folks I know (real ones, not politicos), the least effective.

    Moderna, then Pfizer then J&J if that's all they offer.

    Personal experience with Moderna. First shot my arm hurt a little next day and was sorta tired, second shot the next day I felt like I had been dropped out of a plane and then run over by a truck so I didn't notice the pain in my arm. But once I took an Advil and grabbed some lunch I was about 90% within 6 hours. Still a little tired that night but next day I was good to go.
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