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#1 by valerie » Thu Mar 04, 2021 21:27

I had a PET Scan several days ago and the results are in. I won't bother relaying that
info and my doctor did not even mention the following. But I thought I would tell you because of
all the stuff going on about vaccines :

"A hypermetabolic focus in the anterior left shoulder is probably inflammatory"

I can't recall exactly when I had the shingles vaccine.

It went something like this:

flu vaccine..... 3 months later ...... pneumonia vaccine ...... 3 months later ..... shingles vaccine first dose ....... 1 month later shingles vaccine second dose.

I have been aware of my left shoulder having slight pain and soreness but not enough
to bother me.

All the vaccines I received were given in my left shoulder. So what I am suggesting to you
and also what I am going to do, is get the covid vaccine in my right shoulder.....and I telling
you IF you've had other vaccines or shots of any kind in one shoulder, get it in the other
shoulder.
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#2 by tasman1 » Thu Mar 04, 2021 21:46

Jesus Christ so many vaccine in so short time , you are now 80% vaccine and 20% human , now I understand why ySense give you only 20% surveys compared before vaccination

Last vaccine I got was some 55 years ago and next one will take once I am 120 , well maybe
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#3 by rajukurup » Thu Mar 04, 2021 22:14

I took the first dose of vaccine today the vaccine is covaccine. Just as valerie told I felt some sort of discomfort in my left shoulder after about 1 hour. But that was relieved wthin 15 miniutes.
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#4 by tasman1 » Thu Mar 04, 2021 23:27

Geee , I am scared Valerie and rajukurup will give me covid if I visit this post , I better run from general topic and this post , covid people , stay isolated for this year
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#5 by rajukurup » Thu Mar 04, 2021 23:39

tasman1 better you take vaccination soon otherwise corona will come from anywhere dont miss the opportunity you have now,
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#6 by Arvind9 » Fri Mar 05, 2021 01:01

If you did not get Covid19 in the past one year you can still be safe if you follow your routine,a vaccine is not necessary,a vaccine is for people who are unsettled and need a psychological boost,even at our firm a vaccine is not mandatory,all employees have been told that there is an option of working with remotely with 20% pay cut,and working in a regular office no pay pay cut,its a way of saying we are not enforcing a vaccine on anyone its your choice,my choice is decided will attend office vaccine not necessary as an employee joked seems the Indian Prime Minister took a vitamin shot to show people he took a vaccine can he prove what he took after all he is a POLITICIAN
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#7 by Darkstar2 » Fri Mar 05, 2021 12:18

valerie wrote: I had a PET Scan several days ago and the results are in. I won't bother relaying that
info and my doctor did not even mention the following. But I thought I would tell you because of
all the stuff going on about vaccines :

"A hypermetabolic focus in the anterior left shoulder is probably inflammatory"


Good - so you didn't grow any horns, beard or a third arm yet, that's good, and for the conspiracy theorists out there (you know who you are :P) the actual inflammation is not a direct cause of the vaccine, but rather, the injury to the muscle you are getting STABBED in when getting the vaccine, it wouldn't be any different than taking a knife and stabbing your muscle, it's bound to get inflamed, and if you belong to the vaccines VIP club and make it a habit of getting stabbed in the arm, it's no surprise you will get inflammations, maybe chronic. Problem is, if you are a VIP club, and run out of arms :P

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flu vaccine..... 3 months later ...... pneumonia vaccine ...... 3 months later ..... shingles vaccine first dose ....... 1 month later shingles vaccine second dose.

So you are a member of the vaccines VIP club - Slow down, your arm'll fall off from all those vaccines :lol:

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All the vaccines I received were given in my left shoulder. So what I am suggesting to you
and also what I am going to do, is get the covid vaccine in my right shoulder.....and I telling
you IF you've had other vaccines or shots of any kind in one shoulder, get it in the other
shoulder.

That's good advice, indeed. Let us know about your follow-up results, and watch out for the horns and beard, always..... :mrgreen:
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#8 by Arvind9 » Fri Mar 05, 2021 13:28

Wonder why Americans need so many vaccines I had whatever was required in my childhood since then never had to get one for anything,I have never been to a hospital in my life for any kind of medical attention makes it more the reason for not having a vaccine of any kind,last month my doctor also told me I dont need to get one unless I feel its necessary,we have many illness aliments in our country that most people are not even aware of most of them
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#9 by Darkstar2 » Fri Mar 05, 2021 18:33

It's too bad they don't have a vaccine for ignorance - if only people followed the damn rules we would be over this pandemic by now, but no, people are spreading their asymptomatic, snotty little virus to others and killing them whilst they are surviving unharmed and claim it is no big deal, pretty soon there will be so many vaccines to take that they will have to hook a permanent line on our arm, you will have to go every week for a shot, all they do is open a valve and insert the line, - getting vaccines will eventually be as common as going to the toilet, pretty soon we will be submerged into a plethora of viruses, so if you don't get vaccines, you die. I wonder sometimes if those big pharmas are not responsible for these viruses, just like antivirus software companies being responsible for creating viruses, sometimes I wonder....... Just like the passage in Led Zeppelin's Stairway to heaven, really makes me wonder :P
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#10 by rajukurup » Fri Mar 05, 2021 19:11

I am also not interested in getting vaccinated but had to take due to responsibilities. On seeing the miserable conditions of people who have been infected with the virus I think prevention is better than cure. Life has no expectancy. if you dont catch virus you may get some other conditions . NO one can predict when will be affected with the diseases. An example is my father who was very healthy during his 74 year life span and had never been hospitalised in these years . but on the 75thbirth day he felt some discomfort on the lower abdomen and when hospitalised was diagonised to suffer from pancreasitis and he lived it with for 5 months and ultimately succumbed to death.
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#11 by valerie » Fri Mar 05, 2021 19:32

Actually my PET scan came out good and bad.

I had the PET scan because both my CT scans were bad.
My CT scans did show I have mild emphysema. But it also showed a mass on my right lung.

So the PET scan was required to take a closer look at the mass on my lung.

The good news is, the mass is not cancer.

The bad news is, the PET scan displayed a lump on my left kidney and some kind of a lump or
spot behind the base of my tongue. Of course the doctor made me appointments to specialists
for those. :shock:

On the 9th I have an appointment with the adrenal doctor for the kidney lump and on the 15th
with the eye ear nose throat specialist.

My follow up with my doctor for the PET results was on the 4th.

Between this time my suv started stalling so I had to take it to the dealership. Just got it back
today. Had a bad solenoid.

Then on the 16th I get the covid vaccine.

Talk about MARCH MADNESS!
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#12 by valerie » Fri Mar 05, 2021 19:44

Arvind9 wrote: Wonder why Americans need so many vaccines I had whatever was required in my childhood since then never had to get one for anything,I have never been to a hospital in my life for any kind of medical attention makes it more the reason for not having a vaccine of any kind,last month my doctor also told me I dont need to get one unless I feel its necessary,we have many illness aliments in our country that most people are not even aware of most of them

I suppose it's to help and prevent disease.

No one is forced to take the vaccines that I took but it's strongly suggested.

In the USA some vaccines you can't have until a certain age. The shingles vaccine
is suggested if you are 62 or over and think you may have had the mumps. I
don't think I ever had the mumps but not sure so I did take the vaccine which does
consist of a two shot. With the shot for pneumonia they generally want you to be
near 70 years old unless you have something like 'emphysema' so at 65 you can
in fact take it so I did.

The only vaccines that are routine for me is the flu vaccine. I started a few years
ago taking it every year.

Everyone needs to keep a good eye on their health and once you turn 65 it's very
important to have yearly check ups and followup as necessary with all issues that
arise.
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#13 by tasman1 » Fri Mar 05, 2021 19:45

Valerie , do you know ... more you visit doctors more problems they will find

Some good doctors [ normal doctors ] say , If we find 100 healhtiest people in the world and we send them to the 100 best doctors in the world each one will find minimum 100s problems with each person

Now , go back to doctor for few more shots :D
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#14 by valerie » Fri Mar 05, 2021 19:47

Yeah, like my doctor said, that's the way with tests, if they don't find one
thing they'll find something else.

BUT seriously that is good to keep up with your doctor visits and health
because if there is something bad, it may be found early enough to prevent
serious health issues and/or even death.
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#15 by Arvind9 » Sat Mar 06, 2021 00:43

valerie wrote:
Arvind9 wrote: Wonder why Americans need so many vaccines I had whatever was required in my childhood since then never had to get one for anything,I have never been to a hospital in my life for any kind of medical attention makes it more the reason for not having a vaccine of any kind,last month my doctor also told me I dont need to get one unless I feel its necessary,we have many illness aliments in our country that most people are not even aware of most of them

I suppose it's to help and prevent disease.

No one is forced to take the vaccines that I took but it's strongly suggested.

In the USA some vaccines you can't have until a certain age. The shingles vaccine
is suggested if you are 62 or over and think you may have had the mumps. I
don't think I ever had the mumps but not sure so I did take the vaccine which does
consist of a two shot. With the shot for pneumonia they generally want you to be
near 70 years old unless you have something like 'emphysema' so at 65 you can
in fact take it so I did.

The only vaccines that are routine for me is the flu vaccine. I started a few years
ago taking it every year.

Everyone needs to keep a good eye on their health and once you turn 65 it's very
important to have yearly check ups and followup as necessary with all issues that
arise.

Even though I dont have any health issues I go to a family doctor regularly whom we know for over 40 years now,he still says you should not take anything unnecessarily if you are fine,yes many people take things that are suggested especially by politicians :D and have complications its amazing people can except things suggested by politicians,medical experts are still warning people about the side effects and the effectiveness of the vaccine its just that people have started feeling unsafe and are prepared to take anything,many surveys also ask about the effectiveness of the vaccines that governments are giving out in desperation without conducting proper tests,just because for many people a vaccine is like a savior
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#16 by valerie » Sat Mar 06, 2021 09:53

Not speaking for everyone in the USA but I would say most people realize the
vaccine IS a vaccine. That it is a preventive measure but not a whole measure
of prevention. It's like anything else you do to prevent something from happening
but it still may happen anyway.

Take Polio for example. In the USA this is eradicated due to the Polio vaccine.
However, Polio still exists in some countries in which people do not have and/or
do not take the vaccine.

A lot in life is about choosing the lesser evil. If you don't take the Polio vaccine
will you get Polio? The answer is, your probability of getting it is much higher
than if you took the vaccine.

We can look at age groups. In regards to covid-19, it would be very dumb of me
NOT to take the vaccine since I am 65 years old. My age means I am more susceptible
to the virus than people younger than me. The vaccine does not mean I won't get
it. It's simply means I am far more protected than if I didn't get it.

I haven't heard of but very few people that had severe side affects from the covid
vaccine. With that said, like ALL vaccines, we may not know how they affect some
people in the future that took it in their younger years. Could it have future side
affects? You see for me, that won't matter because I am already up in my years.
It's the younger generation that may not know until many years from now.
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#17 by Arvind9 » Sat Mar 06, 2021 11:37

Yes agree with you USA is the worst country in handling of the pandemic and then India there is no other way for people from both countries who dont follow any rules,but it does not apply to every person,many people are responsible and understand things very well and cooperate but just a few people understanding and cooperating will not solve the problem,the larger population is quite irresponsible and in a democracy rights are understood as free will if China is not a democracy they are evil even if they do things better than in a democracy,all that China talk is over the Indian army stands at the border all the time to defend the country from China but the Indian government is busy having huge infrastructure and technology deals with China worth multi billions maybe China knew even after spreading the virus the world will be back in business with them.
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#18 by rajukurup » Sat Mar 06, 2021 19:01

valerie wrote: Not speaking for everyone in the USA but I would say most people realize the
vaccine IS a vaccine. That it is a preventive measure but not a whole measure
of prevention. It's like anything else you do to prevent something from happening
but it still may happen anyway.

Take Polio for example. In the USA this is eradicated due to the Polio vaccine.
However, Polio still exists in some countries in which people do not have and/or
do not take the vaccine.

A lot in life is about choosing the lesser evil. If you don't take the Polio vaccine
will you get Polio? The answer is, your probability of getting it is much higher
than if you took the vaccine.

We can look at age groups. In regards to covid-19, it would be very dumb of me
NOT to take the vaccine since I am 65 years old. My age means I am more susceptible
to the virus than people younger than me. The vaccine does not mean I won't get
it. It's simply means I am far more protected than if I didn't get it.

I haven't heard of but very few people that had severe side affects from the covid
vaccine. With that said, like ALL vaccines, we may not know how they affect some
people in the future that took it in their younger years. Could it have future side
affects? You see for me, that won't matter because I am already up in my years.
It's the younger generation that may not know until many years from now.

Yes vaccines are essential for prevention of dreadful infectious diseases . No one is taking the vaccination with a happy mind but with the intention of not getting affected. Many serious diseases like polio, diphtheria have been controlled with vaccination .So I consider it essential to be vaccinated when an infection become uncontrollable
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#19 by Arvind9 » Sun Mar 07, 2021 12:39

An American university researcher on viral diseases says vaccines being given out for Covid19 will not prevent you from getting the virus it will only prevent you from getting seriously sick you can still get infected with the virus after taking the two doses with mild symptoms and also spread it to other,the whole intention is to prevent people form dying and getting too seriously sick nothing else,she says many pharmacy companies are in the process of developing vaccines that can deal with different Covid19 variants effectively which could take another year and a half until then the world would have to live with temporary solutions
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#20 by Darkstar2 » Sun Mar 07, 2021 13:07

Arvind9 wrote: An American university researcher on viral diseases says vaccines being given out for Covid19 will not prevent you from getting the virus it will only prevent you from getting seriously sick you can still get infected with the virus after taking the two doses with mild symptoms and also spread it to other,the whole intention is to prevent people form dying and getting too seriously sick nothing else,she says many pharmacy companies are in the process of developing vaccines that can deal with different Covid19 variants effectively which could take another year and a half until then the world would have to live with temporary solutions

There's no rocket science to that, that's how vaccines work. The ONLY way to prevent you getting the virus is a physical barrier, so that would be masks, googles, hazmat suits, etc, the vaccine is not a barrier, it does not PREVENT anything, it just PREPARES your body's immune system to recognise the structure of the virus, so it can be ready to attack it, BEFORE it does damage, BUT meanwhile you can still get infected like anybody else, and yes you can still spread the virus - the difference is that your body will have learned to recognise it, and vaccines will hopefully, eventually keep you from going to the hospital or dying, cases will still circulate in the community, and numbers will go down NOT because people are not getting infected, but because most people who go test are the ones with symptoms, so with the vaccine, more and more people will continue getting infected and never know it, and it won't reflect in the daily numbers because if someone is not symptomatic they won't get tested, so as more and more people get it, eventually community immunity will happen o its own - the real deal is community immunity itself, NOT the vaccine, the vaccine is just the catalyst, and you need up to a month for the vaccine to be fully effective, meanwhile you can still get COVID19, and get a severe form, even after a vaccine, during the first month you are still vulnerable to severe forms of the diseases.

This MF of a pandemic is not over - if you consider that a new vaccines for variants is due this autumn, then it means realistically, it won't be before mid to end 2022 that community immunity will be a thing, until then people must get their vaccines and still wear masks, wash their nasty hands, stop picking their nose and eyes and other orifices in their body, and help keep transmission low.
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