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EVUSHELD

EVUSHELD

Did anyone in the group receive EVUSHELD injection? How was your experience? Any adverse effects after the injection? I’d appreciate your comments/thoughts on this.

A MyMyelomaTeam Member said:

Thank you for sharing. I opted not to go for the booster dose as well bec after 2 doses of Moderna vaccine, I had generalized pain … my hips, lower back and shoulders where I experience minimal to no pain prior to vaccination, the pain got so pronounced and it lasted months before it started to ease down. I heard of Evusheld and asked my Doctor about it. He recommended to have it and said I can still have the booster dose as well. I hope I won’t have adverse reaction to it. Yes, I decided to have the Evusheld rather than the booster dose esp as I’m planning a trip out of the country. Praying we both do well with Evusheld.

posted 4 months ago
A MyMyelomaTeam Member said:

My Aunt had that shot. She has ovarian cancer. The doctor recommends that you get the shot every six months. I don’t think she did that because she wanted up getting Covid. I’m scheduled for the 12th. I was vaccinated with the Pfizer vaccine two times and never got boosted. I believe that the vaccine messed with my stem cell transplant and that’s why my numbers went up drastically. Doctors were able to bring it down within Ninlaro dexamethasone and Revlimid. Every Wednesday for three Wednesdays I take Dexamethazone and Ninlaro and when I start the Ninlaro I begin my 21 day cycle of Revlimid.

I’m concerned about getting the antibodies nevertheless I’m going to do i My body won’t have to work to make an antibody response. Hopefully the M spike stays where it is or goes lower. I’ll keep you all posted.

posted 4 months ago
A MyMyelomaTeam Member said:

I had one set of shots in each hip. Then they called me back a week later and I got another set. I didn't have any side effects that I could tell💕

posted 5 months ago
A MyMyelomaTeam Member said:

I'll have to ask about those injections when I go in Tues., for blood lab. She will probably tell me to ask the doctor, which means; make an appointment.

posted 5 months ago
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