Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy (RSD and CRPS) Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy (Complex Regional Pain Syndromes Type I) and Causalgia (Complex Regional Pain Syndromes Type II)(RSD and CRPS)


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Old 01-08-2022, 11:06 AM #41
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Hi from the MS forum--

To answer your question, CRPSbe, I just had my COVID booster shot yesterday. It was Pfizer. The first shot was J&J in June, and so I was overdue for this because they're saying that J&J needed boosting after only 2 months.

It's been nearly 24 hours since the shot and I've had only a moderately sore arm. It helps a person's peace of mind to know that we've done what we can. There have now been 7 reported COVID cases in the building I live in, which has 58 units.
It's so scary these days isn't it?

Here in Belgium they were shortening the time between the shots & booster to 4 months. But I had to wait 6 months, and my mom is now waiting 4+ months already and she is well over 65 (76 in fact). And so my dad went a month later, for him it's still 3+ months but they are so boasting here they will have everyone "boostered" by February! I mean, if that's the case, they had better get on with it, hadn't they?
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I have been vaccinated twice against COVID-19.

There is some variation depending on where you live (I am a resident of Australia) so the details are worth checking depending on where you live.
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My mom, who is 76 finally got invited for her booster shot. They had been talking of shortening the time between vaccination 2 & booster from 6 months to 4 months. I just went January 3, and (after 6 months was supposed to even go December 26 but they had shut the centers down for the Holidays!) my mom now thankfully can go 4+ months in. My dad went a month later than mom, so he's probably still going to have to wait. But they were boasting of having everyone boostered by February! And we went by our vaccination center last Wednesday, we happened to pass the building, it was so calm there!
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