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    Will my covid-10 vaccine work during a cycle?

    I just finished my test cycle but want to get vaccinated as soon as possible. Do you think I should wait more or it fine to get now just no now,? My last injection was a week ago. I was on test c. I am starting my pct soon too.

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    Get the vaccine ASAP.
    I got the first shot while on 300 test 300 mast and 20 Anavar .
    Getting my 2nd shot Monday.
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    I remember seeing an article claiming steroids ruined effectivity in vaccines. Is this true?

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    There is about a zero percent chance that any medical study has been done on anabolic steroid use and Covid vaccines.
    Hell, probably about a zero percent chance that any medical study has been done on anabolic steroid use and any vaccines.

    You must be confusing it with corticosteroids.


    Q: Should vaccines be withheld for patients on steroids ? A: Steroid therapies that are short term (less than 2 weeks); alternate- day; physiologic replacement; topical (skin or eyes); aerosol; or given by intra-articular, bursal, or tendon injection are not considered con- traindications to the use of live virus vaccines. The immunosuppressive effects of corticosteroid treatment vary, but many clinicians consider a dose equivalent to either 2 mg/kg of body weight or a total of 20 mg per day of prednisone for 2 or more weeks as sufficiently immunosup- pressive to raise concern about the safety of vaccination with live virus vaccines (e.g., MMR, varicella, LAIV, yellow fever). Providers should wait at least 1 month after discontinuation of therapy or reduction of dose before administering a live virus vaccine to patients who have received high systemically absorbed doses of corticosteroids for 2 weeks or more. Inactivated vaccines and toxoids can be administered to all immunocom- promised patients in usual doses and schedules, although the response to these vaccines may be suboptimal.

    https://www.paho.org/immunization/to...onals.pdf?ua=1
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    This ^^^.

    But, as Deca is used as an anti inflammatory, Iím curious if it could possibly have a negative effect when first getting the vaccination. Even if it was possible though, Iím sure it would be minimal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wango View Post
    This ^^^.

    But, as Deca is used as an anti inflammatory, I’m curious if it could possibly have a negative effect when first getting the vaccination. Even if it was possible though, I’m sure it would be minimal.
    an mRNA vaccine doesn't work in the same way a regular vaccine works. The mRNA actually inserts code for the bodies to produce a protein. A regular vaccine is just a "dead" or weakened form of the virus. and the body builds antibodies to fight.

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    Been about a month since my second shot of the Pfizer BioNtech vaccine.

    I am 65 and I am very worried about the side effects that I experienced.... in the week after the second shot my penis grew about 3 inchs and is erect at the mere sight of women in spandex...this has me so worried I plan to get another shot to verify that the growth was indeed a result of the vaccination.

    On a serious note I doubt that an increase in male hormones would cause the MRNA vaccines to not work/work as well...but who knows?

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    Mine turned out just fine

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    Quote Originally Posted by Honkey_Kong View Post
    an mRNA vaccine doesn't work in the same way a regular vaccine works. The mRNA actually inserts code for the bodies to produce a protein. A regular vaccine is just a "dead" or weakened form of the virus. and the body builds antibodies to fight.
    Itís recommended that you cease anti inflammatory meds prior to getting vaccinated as it may possibly make the personís response less effective. The inflammatory response is different (although part of) from the immune response and it doesnít matter that this vaccine is different.

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    I got my first vaccine 2 days after ending my last cycle. The second one I got last weekend (28 days later). After the first shot, I experienced nothing, not even pip. The second one gave me some good pip and I've felt more tired than usual since then, but it's been getting better. Also had body aches and a light fever the first couple of days, off and on. I was expecting some discomfort, so not surprised. Only time I wouldn't get the vaccine on cycle is if I felt like during the last month or so of my EQ cycle. Already felt horrible/tired/lethargic/flu-like half the time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wango View Post
    It’s recommended that you cease anti inflammatory meds prior to getting vaccinated as it may possibly make the person’s response less effective. The inflammatory response is different (although part of) from the immune response and it doesn’t matter that this vaccine is different.
    Cortisol?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheDreamer View Post
    Cortisol?
    Ideally, when you first get flu symptoms itís better to not take anti-inflammatory or other flu related meds. Your body wants the natural response such as fever, sneezing and coughing. The redness and warmth of your throat and respiratory tract is desirable. Yes, the symptoms including the pain suck, but itís what is supposed to happen as the bodyís natural response.

    I only speculated about Deca , I canít believe there would be any research as DD stated.

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    I got the Moderna first shot today. They did ask me about steroids . It looks like they can affect the immune system response to the vaccine. That was what the nurses told me.

    My last injection was a week ago and I only got 100mg. This is what made me get the shot. If I was in the middle of a cycle I would probably quit getting it.

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    No idea what COVID-10 is, but I got my first Pfizer COVID-19 injection yesterday and no steroids of any kind were mentioned, nor did they ask if I was on any medications.
    The only questions asked were:

    Are you allergic to any medications?
    Have you recently received any other vaccinations?
    In which arm do you want the injection?
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    Quote Originally Posted by almostgone View Post
    No idea what COVID-10 is, but I got my first Pfizer COVID-19 injection yesterday and no steroids of any kind were mentioned, nor did they ask if I was on any medications.
    The only questions asked were:

    Are you allergic to any medications?
    Have you recently received any other vaccinations?
    In which arm do you want the injection?
    I was wondering when someone would mention Covid-10, I think it is only about half as dangerous as Covid-19.

    In addition to those questions, they also asked me 'are you on any immuno-suppressive drugs'. I guess that might be relevant if someone is in the midst of a heavy cycle and intentionally tanking their E (like maybe contest prep?). I don't know, just putting it out there...

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    Quote Originally Posted by almostgone View Post
    No idea what COVID-10 is, but I got my first Pfizer COVID-19 injection yesterday and no steroids of any kind were mentioned, nor did they ask if I was on any medications.
    The only questions asked were:

    Are you allergic to any medications?
    Have you recently received any other vaccinations?
    In which arm do you want the injection?
    Maybe it depends on the brand. I got the Moderna one. They did ask me about steroids like I mentioned.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheDreamer View Post
    Maybe it depends on the brand. I got the Moderna one. They did ask me about steroids like I mentioned.
    Almost always, when they ask if you've been taking steroids , they're referring to corticosteroids.

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