I haven’t had them yet. Not sure what they will be. I guess AstraZeneca because I react to stuff and so does my mum and that’s what she got.What did you two have? Had AstraZeneca yesterday - slightly sore arm and generally feeling a little knackered, but I'll take that any day.
Yes, so I could book the 2 appointments in 1 go. Lucky I also knew my NHS member number which you need too so it was all pretty easy.I got my first jab on the 11th (Astrazenica). Didnt feel particularly good the following day on the friday. Had some temperature swings, aches (all over) and constipation. My arm felt rough for the first 48 hours but afterwards i settled down.
Interesting that you've been able to book your first and second jabs Gel. I got a message from my doctors practice to book in. Had my first jab, and on the follow up appointment card they give you after your first jab with the batch number etc. on it, I had a message that the doctors surgery will contact me closer to the time to book the second. Following Monday I got a message from the NHS telling me to book my first COVID jab again! Priceless
Yes, I had an off day - knackered, aching muscles and a sore arm when I raised it, but these are small prices to pay.Didnt feel particularly good the following day on the friday. Had some temperature swings, aches (all over) and constipation. My arm felt rough for the first 48 hours but afterwards i settled down.
For anyone who does not know their NHS number, go here: https://www.nhs.uk/nhs-services/online-services/find-nhs-number/ The email with your number comes through in seconds.Lucky I also knew my NHS member number which you need too so it was all pretty easy.
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