Since the whole Covid saga began a year ago, I’ve had this “well, you drew the short straw once before, you could do it again” feeling. Just due to isolating and being able to work from home, I’ve been able to avoid Covid. But, as the economy is opening up, I see going out to clients more common and, with that, more exposure to Covid.
I just found out that I can schedule to get the vaccine starting Thursday (over 50 in Ohio starts 3/11). At first, I was excited, but now I’m wondering if, as with vasectomy, I’ll end up as “that guy” who had complications with the vaccine. Maybe in 20 years, a group will be identified with CVPS (Covid Vaccine Pain Syndrome).
Wondering if anyone else has developed these fatalist thoughts with just about anything medical since getting dealt a bad vasectomy? Also wondering if this has impacted your thoughts on Covid or on getting the vaccine.