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Pfizer shot can cure your "toxic masculinity" (via heart inflammation) LOL

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https://www.msn.com/en-us/health/me...ion-cases-after-pfizer-covid-shot/ar-BB1g46pq

Conveniently hurts alphas of peak military age?

I'd also love to see some hormone lab panels for young men before and then say 90days after the shot. I'd particularly be interested in testosterone & estradiol levels. Ohhh, but they don't study that before the EUA do they LOL...Perhaps the liberal beta males are unaffected while all the red states have it shoved down their throats.

Before okcbob and others get their own hearts inflamed from this post, I'm not making a claim on the hormone idea. But I do love to speculate & analyze things, and stimulate some thought. Obviously we don't have any proof, but it would be convenient if true.
 

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I took the first Pfizer shot in early February and am just now recovering. Within 24 hours, sick as a dog stiff sore muscles and joints all over, dizzy, no energy which hung on and on. Yep I was a healthy very active 73yo, but it knocked me down to feeling like an old man barely surviving walking to the mail box or around the grocery store until just a couple weeks ago. I am now better but still have an unusual pain in my right leg for no reason, but I have 70-80% of my energy back. I just saw on OAN today that approx. 8% of have not gone back for our second shot. It sure is not an item on my bucket list.
 

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I took the first Pfizer shot in early February and am just now recovering. Within 24 hours, sick as a dog stiff sore muscles and joints all over, dizzy, no energy which hung on and on. Yep I was a healthy very active 73yo, but it knocked me down to feeling like an old man barely surviving walking to the mail box or around the grocery store until just a couple weeks ago. I am now better but still have an unusual pain in my right leg for no reason, but I have 70-80% of my energy back. I just saw on OAN today that approx. 8% of have not gone back for our second shot. It sure is not an item on my bucket list.
Damn man, hope you return to 100%. Here’s wishing for the best.
 

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Never let proof stand in the way of weaving a good story. The planets are aligning for something big! Some are saying there are strange rumblings from the dark side of the moon. No evidence of course but this or something equally surprising is bound to be happening. Looking forward to getting my secret decoder ring so I can discern things more clearly.
 

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I took the first Pfizer shot in early February and am just now recovering. Within 24 hours, sick as a dog stiff sore muscles and joints all over, dizzy, no energy which hung on and on. Yep I was a healthy very active 73yo, but it knocked me down to feeling like an old man barely surviving walking to the mail box or around the grocery store until just a couple weeks ago. I am now better but still have an unusual pain in my right leg for no reason, but I have 70-80% of my energy back. I just saw on OAN today that approx. 8% of have not gone back for our second shot. It sure is not an item on my bucket list.

Makes me think that you had been exposed to the virus before your first shot. Did you have any illness or exposure to COVID-19 before you had your vaccination?
 

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Makes me think that you had been exposed to the virus before your first shot. Did you have any illness or exposure to COVID-19 before you had your vaccination?

I guess anything is possible, but I stay pretty isolated living in the country and only visiting grocery stores every couple weeks, just in and out at low traffic times. I use the basket wipers, keep my hands off my face and spray my hands down with alcohol as I enter my car. In a way I do hope I have had it and getting done with it for good. It seems the tests to see if you have had it or not still do not have a high accuracy rate but I have thought about getting one. Another oddity is that it hit almost exactly 24 hours after getting the shot like many others who have had various side effects.
 

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Both Pfizer shots and no issues except for no pocket pool for a few days thanks to a sore arm. Still have plenty of warm fuzzy testosterone to get up and go to the gym at 0500 every morning.....although it seems my chest area is becoming more sensitive and I've had more of a hankering to watch Titanic instead of Tombstone:rotflmao:
 

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Both Pfizer shots and no issues except for no pocket pool for a few days thanks to a sore arm. Still have plenty of warm fuzzy testosterone to get up and go to the gym at 0500 every morning.....although it seems my chest area is becoming more sensitive and I've had more of a hankering to watch Titanic instead of Tombstone:rotflmao:
Do you find yourself sitting down to pee?
 
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