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Re: Covid vaccine and POIS

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berlin1984:
Let's focus on POIS and vaccinations, not on individual opinions on vaccinations in general without relation to POIS (or CFS or whatever).

demografx:

--- Quote from: berlin1984 on June 17, 2021, 09:46:58 AM ---
Guys, please let's not get political or introduce conspiracy theories here.


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Thank you, Berlin!

Progecitor:
So I got the second vaccine about two weeks ago, but I don't think it changed anything about my POIS. I still have symptoms all the time and they don't seem to be weaker or stronger either.
I hadn't taken any known POIS enhancing or weakening food or supplement on the day of the vaccination and till the evening of next day. Interestingly POIS was quite active when I was inoculated, but it got weaker as the hours passed. In the next morning I was feeling relatively well and the burning pain got reduced considerably. At around noon I had a few hours of feverish-like headache which I had after the first vaccination, but this time it was milder and took less time to disappear. By evening I had somewhat more symptoms, so I began to take supplements again.
Another thing that may be of note that after the first vaccine I developed a red rash a few centimeters above the penis. When touched it was a little painful and inflamed, swollen lymph nodules could be felt. It developed sometime between the first and second week, but it was not very noticeable, so I am not really sure. The health care worker who vaccinated me the second time said that side-effects like this are rather common, but disappear with time. She couldn't have been more right as the rash almost instantly disappeared after the second shot, even though it was present for at least a week before that.
So I don't think the COVID-19 vaccine can serve as cure for my type of POIS and it would be a rather inconvenient treatment if I had to shoot myself with it on a daily basis just to provide some transient relief.

Quantum:
Important notice to all members :
This thread, "Covid vaccine and POIS", is about any change or lack of any change to POIS severity or duration, that a member has noticed following a Covid vaccine shot, making it better, or making it worst, or no change.  This is based on the fact that some hypotheses are immune-based, and that some members already have noticed some change in their POIS during immune system activity, like during the flu.

This thread, or any other thread on POISCenter, is NOT an appropriate place for expressing your opinion about the legitimacy or not of the COVID vaccines.  There are zillions of other forums and websites to express your opinion on this, but POISCenter is not one of these.  Any member who will persist in this direction may subsequently see all of his posts having to be approved by the moderators' team before reaching the forum.
We value the importance of keeping POISCenter a safe place for all members.

Thanks for your understanding.



Quantum:

--- Quote from: Progecitor on June 19, 2021, 02:11:50 AM ---So I got the second vaccine about two weeks ago, but I don't think it changed anything about my POIS. I still have symptoms all the time and they don't seem to be weaker or stronger either.
I hadn't taken any known POIS enhancing or weakening food or supplement on the day of the vaccination and till the evening of next day. Interestingly POIS was quite active when I was inoculated, but it got weaker as the hours passed. In the next morning I was feeling relatively well and the burning pain got reduced considerably. At around noon I had a few hours of feverish-like headache which I had after the first vaccination, but this time it was milder and took less time to disappear. By evening I had somewhat more symptoms, so I began to take supplements again.
Another thing that may be of note that after the first vaccine I developed a red rash a few centimeters above the penis. When touched it was a little painful and inflamed, swollen lymph nodules could be felt. It developed sometime between the first and second week, but it was not very noticeable, so I am not really sure. The health care worker who vaccinated me the second time said that side-effects like this are rather common, but disappear with time. She couldn't have been more right as the rash almost instantly disappeared after the second shot, even though it was present for at least a week before that.
So I don't think the COVID-19 vaccine can serve as cure for my type of POIS and it would be a rather inconvenient treatment if I had to shoot myself with it on a daily basis just to provide some transient relief.

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Thanks Progecitor,
Your post is a perfect example of what this thread is intended for!

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