Lars wrote:The package that has been delivered to the clinic for me waits unopened on the counter until we are ready to inject. The box is opened in front of me, the vials are removed and presented to me so that I can verify the name on them (maybe I should look for someone else's name). The vials are clear glass so that I can see what is inside. I am absolutely sure that at least one of my visits produced "tea colored" vials and the rest seemed clear. I think it is clear at this point that any assumptions we make are unscientific, unreliable and definitely a waste of time. I think any lab that can create such an amazingly sophisticated product could surely add whatever color they chose to blind the study.
ssmme wrote:The first couple of times that I got my injections the vaccine caused a painful feeling in my arms. It basically hurt when the vaccine was going in (NOT when the needle went in), it didn't exactly sting but it hurt. After that the injections never hurt again. It could have been that the temperature of the serum was a little lower or higher than at the other times and caused discomfort (purely speculation on my part). Has anyone else felt anything during the injection?
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