*PAUNAWA: Ganito yata talaga kapag walang magawa. Kahit ano bina-blog.*
I had my third and last shot of the Anti Hepa-B Vaccine earlier. 2 pm usapan namin ni Tin, gusto ko sabay kami e, para if ever mapagalitan ng nurse dahil over na ang pagkadelayed ng 3rd shot namin (which is supposed to be April 1 pa) may kasama akong mapagalitan ;p. Dahil feeling ko walang traffic umalis ako mga 1 pm na dito sa bahay. Sa FX pa lang naubos na oras, pinupuno pa kasi. Summer nga pala kasi, bihira sumasakay ngayon doon (going to Taft) dahil wala na pasok mga estudyante. >>> Fast Forward... Late ako sa usapan, pero wala namang 1 hour ang pagkalate. Ayos lang sana kung kay Tin lang dahil kakadating lang din niya, kaso may MGA naghintay sa'kin simula pa 12 noon pagkatapos nilang mag-enroll. To make-up nood na lang daw sine: IRON MAN. :)
The movie was great; but the movie house? Brrr... Nevermind!
Actually, the title is all about the vaccine. The nurse who injected that third shot was also the one who injected my first shot. So I'm assured it wouldn't as much compared with my second shot whom a male nurse injected because with the first one, uhmmm, I actually forgot how it felt but I bet they're not the same. But then it did not turn out the way I expected it. Basically, because IT HURTS! All those times that we were on the way to the mall, up to watching the movie and eating and stuff, and even on my way back home, I was just thinking it hurts because what was injected was not the same solution as the body fluids (that's the rationale they gave us when we asked why water hurts more than Sodium Chloride or NSS when injected). But then again it's not. When I remembered what reason I gave mama for going to school, I told her I need to pay for school thingy. I badly need a reason because she thought I already had my vaccine a month ago. So the thought of removing the micropore tape on my arm came, and so I did. This is what I saw:
I may be overreacting. But really, I was shocked when I saw THAT amount.