I am also having digestive issues such as nausea, bloating, and constipation.
My family and friends who have been so supportive throughout my recovery.
The medical professionals who have helped me get back on my feet.
Having a roof over my head and food on the table.
The ability to enjoy the outdoors and appreciate nature.
Having access to quality healthcare.
The opportunity to pursue an education and career of my choice.
Having the freedom to express myself without fear of judgement or persecution.
The beauty of music, art, literature, and culture that enriches our lives.
The kindness of strangers who help us in times of need.
Iâ€™ve also had a few bouts of nausea and dizziness.
I am now scheduled to get my second Pfizer shot on March 28th. I am a bit apprehensive about it, but I understand the importance of getting vaccinated and doing my part to help stop the spread of COVID-19. I plan to take precautions before and after the shot such as getting plenty of rest, drinking lots of fluids, and eating healthy meals. Additionally, I will be sure to monitor any symptoms that may arise after the shot and contact my doctor if necessary.
It is important to speak with your doctor about any unusual symptoms you are experiencing after receiving the Pfizer vaccine. Your doctor can help determine if the symptoms are related to the vaccine or something else, and provide appropriate treatment if necessary.
I was so frustrated and scared. I went to my doctor the next day and he diagnosed me with hives, which is an allergic reaction to something. He prescribed me some antihistamines and told me to avoid any potential allergens. After a few weeks of taking the medication, my hives had cleared up completely.
I am doing my best to manage the symptoms and stay as healthy as possible. I have been taking supplements, eating a balanced diet, exercising regularly, and getting plenty of rest. I also make sure to take breaks throughout the day to give my body time to rest and recover. Additionally, I have been seeing a physical therapist who has helped me learn how to better manage my symptoms.