Reaction to my Pfizer booster last week.

I had my Covid 19 2nd booster shot (4 in total), and had a reaction that wasn’t listed on their leaflet of possible side effects.

I then went on online, and there it was: Vivid, lifelike dreams, similar to hallucinations.

My first 2 shots were Moderna, and my first booster was Pfizer. I had no reaction to that one.

I do have nightmares most nights, but rarely remember them, and if I do it’s gone later in the day. A week later, and they are still so vivid in my mind. I had animals that were in 3D right in front of my eyes attacking me. I was fearful for my life. I finally woke myself up, and then didn’t go back to sleep for the rest of the night.

There are so many different possible reasons for it online, and I didn’t feel any different when I had this one. This is purely for your information; in case it happens to you. It only lasted the one night, and I was fine. No other effects whatsoever.

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  1. How very strange, I’m glad to say I’ve had all the options and I just get flu like symptoms. My wife on the other hand appears to suffer no symptoms but this may be because men are the weaker sex, at least that’s what she tells me. I blame my mother who used to mollycoddle myself and my brother when we were ill as children.

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  2. Wow! I never had any reaction to the COVID vaccines, other than elevated blood pressure the next day, but last Friday I got the Shingrix vaccine against shingles and that basically wiped me out for the entire weekend …

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  3. Welllll, I mean, I’m still planning to go in for the second Shingrix shot, because from what I’ve heard I *REALLY* don’t want to develop shingles, but I can’t say I’m looking forward to it …

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