- Aug 22, 2009
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If we sharing stories.I never thought i would ever get covid,it was like a myth....lol and now that i had it and recovered after 2 weeks being sick with mild symptoms was really uncomfortable.My taste is back fully and my smell is 100 percent.My brother who infected me was not vacs and he suffered heavy for about 10 days.
He went to hospital and had to have an operation on his stomach... strange story but true.He actually fell over a coffee table trying to go see a man about a horse.Covid made him dizzy and he fell and ruptured something internal .How unlucky
Everyone good now....ppl go get that jab even now after everything has settled down.Live and love life.I will be getting that booster j and j shot once its been approved .
My wifes aunt, 72 years old, took the jab, was in hospital for 3 weeks.
So I'm not sure whether taking the jab or not is the right message.
I know more stories of people surviving, not serious got covid without jab then with?
Getting the jab helps prevent mutation.
so mass antibiotic use is causing antibiotic resistant bacteria, along with some mass antiviral use is causing antiviral resistance with viruses, of which some are from vaccines.
but somehow it will not apply in this instance?
Antibiotics act against bacteria. Vaccines act against viruses. They are two completely different organisms. Their mechanism of function is also completely different. Antibiotics kill bacteria directly. Vaccines tell the bodies immune system to recognise and fight viruses.
Study the basics before commenting.
right.... so viruses will just all of a sudden stop trying to evolve past an immune system as theyve being doing for thousands of years.
rapid viral mutations are more likely in a person with a immunodeficiency disorder or the immunocompromised(with or without a vaccine), than a normal healthy person.
antibiotics not killing bacteria properly or immune system not killing virus properly. see how that works?
professionals are raising this question as a point of concern. if you had the will to go look for yourself it is there.
there is irony in your suggestion.
Not what I said.
Correct. Your point?
Yes, differently. As I stated.
Point it out please?
its called sarcasm. in response to what you said.
pointing out that a healthy immune response help prevents mutation, not necessarily a jab. your comment seems to vilify people that dont need a jab induced immune response.
no not different, both organisms are trying to survive. so they evolve/mutate
what are the dangers of viral mutations from vaccine induces immune responses in healthy people and immunocompromised people
Then you need to indicate sarcasm with a /s.
The jab increases the immune response plenty of substantiation in this and other threads. You've parachuted in and are rehashing points already dealt with.
Bacteria are DNA organisms and take millennia to mutate. Viruses are RNA organisms and mutate rapidly. When did you last hear of a new mutated strain of E. coli or any other bacteria?
Very small from vaccines. The more that get vaccinated the more mutations are contained.
the jab trains the immune system on how to respond to the threat of the spike protein, which is only one part of this virus. it does not increase the immune response.
viruses are not only rna organisms.
vaccines can assist to put pressure/stress on organisms. evolution evolves under pressure.
I think you're confusing Ivermectin that is claimed to prevent the binding to the spike protein. Vaccines increase immune response. It's the way they work...
The Covid virus which is under discussion is an RNA virus.
I suggest you read the myriad threads on MyBB. I'm not rehashing this. If the virus can't infect you or is weakened, it can't evolve easily... Get jabbed.
vaccines train the immune system by imitating a virus(or bacteria) or part of a virus, the spike protein in this case.
it does not "increase" the immune response. it prepares the immune response.
there might be a higher antibody(immunoglobin) count(and all that goes along with it) while the spike protein is being produced, but that fades as the spike protein is taken care of or is no longer being produced and returns to normal ranges.
creating memory b cells and memory t cells(these specifically) is what the goal of vaccines are(or are supposed to be).
they are not long term immunoglobin boosters, since these are meant to fade until next infection.
saying a vaccine "increases" immune response is like saying stabbing your leg with a knife increases immune response.
are you suggesting people keep taking booster shots to keep their immune system in a frenzy(increased) incase they get infected?
do you know what develops if you have an overactive immune system? aka constantly "increased" immune system.
i have been reading mybb. i dont get my information from it.
You're rehashing what has been discussed and putting a semantic spin on it. Not going there. Have fun. I'm outta here with you. Tired of rehashing the same discussion over and over and now with an alt account from someone who probably got thrashed and now wants to start over.
there is nothing semantic about details when it comes to this, neither is any of what i have said.
it is either correct or incorrect.
nothing i have said is incorrect.
if you want to dismiss the correct information as semantics you should not be giving people advice.
ive noticed this is like talking about mathematics with some people, they get flustered and dont want to hear it.
well there you have it, if you have covid discussion fatigue.
fatigue impairs judgement and various other cognitive functions.
you said it, not me.
maybe chill on the 62 posts a day.