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2023.06.07 18:05 Quirky-Bug359 Should I go outside?

I’m going insane staying at home and it’s only been 6dpo. Tomorrow I have my doctors appointment about 45 minutes from the house but I’m going crazy.
I just want to go to Walgreens with my husband to get his prescription and maybe to Target to get a T-shirt and dog toy. Do you guys think I’d be overdoing it? I don’t have drains and I feel pretty good. Other than a bit sore and achy, I haven’t taken Tylenol (I opted to not take anything stronger that Tylenol since the beginning) in about 2 days.
When did you guys start to go out? All advise is appreciated 💞
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2023.06.07 16:10 DigitalBison How to find a doctor that will work with me to find the best medication/dose for me?

I'm in my mid-30s but was only formally diagnosed with ADHD and prescribed Adderall about 2 years ago. I've only ever taken Adderall (various combinations/dosages of IXR), and it works OK, but not great. I think I have reasonable expectations about what to expect from medication, but it's also hard for me to gauge since I've never tried taking anything else besides Adderall, and I've only been on it for 2 years.
I've been seeing my current psychiatrist for a little over a year, and I'm a little disappointed with his (lack of) willingness to work with me on trying different medications or different dosages/combos. I was taking 15 mg XR when I first started seeing him, and he was willing to increase my dose a couple times and eventually added a supplemental IR dose, which I was really happy with (since I take my XR dose pretty early, and I need a boost to get me through the afternoon). But when he increased my XR dose to 30mg a couple months ago, he also stopped prescribing my IR booster dose. At my most recent appointment I brought this up with him, and told him that my dose was wearing off in the early afternoon, and his only suggestion was to take my XR dose later in the morning. He seemed unwilling to consider reintroducing any supplemental dose.
Besides this he's been completely unwilling to consider trying alternative medications (e.g. methylphenidates), even when I've had trouble getting Adderall due to the shortage (don't get me started on how little help I get from him/his office when I'm having trouble with the shortage).
So I'd like to try seeing a different psychiatrist who is more willing to collaborate with me/experiment to find the right medication and dosage. But I guess I'm a little paranoid about coming across like I'm expecting a doctor to just write me a prescription for whatever I ask for, which is not my intent! I guess I just want a doctor who sees our relationship as a bit more collaborative, and sees medication as an experimental and ongoing process.
But is there any way of sussing out this kind of thing when I'm looking for psychiatrists? Are there any questions I can ask when calling a psychiatrist's office before making an initial appointment, or do I just need to roll the dice and hope for the best?
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2023.06.07 04:56 Hi_its_GOD Question about Microclot pathology and Dr. Jordan Vaughn Visit (June 12th)

So I was diagnosed with POTS by my cardio not too long ago and stumbled on this community on a whim when I googled POTS and long COVID (never really considered I had LC up until that point) and Came across the micro clots theory. Paper and YouTube series posted here:
I just have some questions in general about the pathophysiology of this theory:
  1. It seems like the spike protein creates these fibrin clots in our blood that resist breakdown (fibrinolysis). I have had COVID at least 3 times (I run a restaurant and the last time I test positive was Jan 1 2023) and have vaccine with a booster.
I've honestly felt off since my first vaccine in April 2021. So did I make these microclots during these infection and vaccination events when spike protein was abundant and these clots have just stuck around since then?
  1. Could viral persistence/reservoirs be continuously introducing spike protein and thus micro clots? And if so would it make sense to take an anti viral like paxlovid to potentially rid these reservoirs?
  2. There is also talk of endotheliitis (endothelial damage) causing constant inflammation. What caused the endothelial damage in the first place and why isn't it healing on its own?
  3. How do the 3 anti cuagulants heal my endothelium?
  4. Am I at risk of Ischaemia-Reperfusion Injury - restoration of blood flow to previously ischaemic tissues?
I scheduled an appointment with Dr. Jordan Vaughn and meeting him on June 12. If you guys want me to ask him anything please let me know and I'll forward them!
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2023.06.07 03:15 Firstnameiskowitz Walgreens

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2023.06.06 23:40 tables_AND_chairsss ADHDonline question about filling a prescription in California

I have a telehealth appointment this week with a nurse practitioner to discuss what my medication options are. I want to make sure I’m able to have a prescription filled, and I’ve heard that there have been issues with California pharmacies when it comes to filling telehealth prescriptions. Has anyone successfully been able to have a prescription from them filled in the state of California? Are any of the big name pharmacies an option here (CVS, Walgreens, Safeway), or am I about to hit a brick wall?
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2023.06.06 23:28 tables_AND_chairsss ADHDonline question about filling a prescription in California

I have a telehealth appointment this week with a nurse practitioner to discuss what my medication options are. I want to make sure I’m able to have a prescription filled, and I’ve heard that there have been issues with California pharmacies when it comes to filling telehealth prescriptions. Has anyone successfully been able to have a prescription from them filled in the state of California? Are any of the big name pharmacies an option here (CVS, Walgreens, Safeway), or am I about to hit a brick wall?
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2023.06.06 20:21 neverheardofsports UTI that just won’t go away..

So generally I’m not a very sexually active person but as of the last month I’ve been seeing someone so we’ve been having sex. About a week and a half ago I started showing signs of a UTI, which I kind of shrugged off because I have self diagnosed IC (I was also told by an ER doctor that I might have IC) and have flare ups every now and then. But the symptoms never went away.
So I went to Walgreens and got an at home UTI test and it showed that I have a UTI. So I called in for some antibiotics (Macrobid) and took it for 5 days, yesterday was my last day of taking it, it seemed to help but but today my bladder is still feeling weird.
I’m having urgency, and some pain. But I can’t tell if it’s UTI or IC related. Earlier today I went and got some D- Mannose powder. I’m not sure if it’s going to work but I’m trying everything I can. I also have a doctors appointment scheduled for tomorrow.
Any advice is welcome!
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2023.06.06 03:03 2layz4dis I did the best i could.

So i went to the doctors(free consultation)to see what they recommend me to do and they said i need boosters, and i went to 4 different places (ERs and Clinics) and all of them didn't have the vaccines and the only place i could find was a walgreens that had the vaccine but it was $400. I couldn't afford it.
There is only 1 ER that has the vaccine and they billed me over $16,000. Which I (unemployed) am still unable to pay for..
I cant go further then I already have and now im stuck having to wait and pray i dont die (my anxiety has been high from the start of my day).
The doctor also said that the vaccine from march SHOULD protect me but he couldn't grantee it so i need boosters.
Fuck the USA and it's retarded laws. I dont want to have to pay thousands just to live.
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2023.06.05 23:53 Wise_Cheesecake_1254 Stepped on a thumb tack and am due for a tetanus shot

Weight: 115
Duration of complaint:idk what this means, I stepped on a tack about 30 minutes ago
Any existing relevant medical issues:no
Current medications:quetiapine 50mg
I stepped on a tack and it drew blood like 30 minutes ago. It doesn’t look dirty or rusty and is always inside, although it is metal. I am due for a tetanus booster that I was going to get at my next physical next month. I went ahead and scheduled to get a booster at my local Walgreens within the next hour. Is there anything else I should do? Should I be worried?
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2023.06.05 23:04 ImNotGivingUpOnMe Covid reminded me that our bodies keep the score.

Hello everyone
My wife and I recently caught covid again (we haven't gotten our latest booster shot and we paid the price. Not missing that appointment again). We have only had covid once before, and that was a month or two after my initial disclosure of my unfaithfulness. During this time, she was beginning to develop into one of her several affairs to come. She originally caught covid while staying at one of her future AP's houses while we worked through the early DDay issues. When she caught it, she came back home with me and allowed me to take care of her, during which time I caught it as well. We took care of one another, but there was a lot of tension and grief and anger and suspicions in this time, and it made the experience a nightmare.
Fast forward to this last week, my wife caught covid again and I took care of her and ended up catching it myself. Well, I noticed the both of us weren't talking as much, weren't being as intimate, etc. In my mind, I took this as "Hey, we both feel sick, neither of us feel very rowdy when we are taking care of someone who is sick, so combine the two, it makes sense we are off." To my wife, I noticed she began to get visibly more tense. Finally, through my covid addled brain, I put two and two together when she came home from a walk around the neighborhood.
"Do you think you are feeling tense because the last time we felt like this, your life was falling apart and we weren't okay?"
That question got through. I think we both forgot how thoroughly our bodies can make associations with physical and emotional feelings. We were both entering back into that dark mental place without even realizing it, all because of this stupid disease. Once we talked about it, we were able to better make conscious choices towards connection and that went much better.
I wanted to post in case anyone runs into a situation where things just suddenly seem to take a turn. It may not be anything wrong, you might just have an association you don't realize you have.
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2023.06.05 21:54 unknowncinch 29f psychiatrist has denied a prescription for venlafaxine 5 days after it was meant to be filled, ran out on Saturday. I have an appointment tomorrow but I have been going through withdrawal since I ran out. Do I really have to wait another day?

EDIT: prescription was finally approved, but my 2nd question at the bottom still stands.
Female, 29 years old. 5’8”, 150lbs
Currently prescribed: * dexmethylphenidate ER, 30mg daily, * methylphenidate IR, 10mg daily, * kyleena UID * albuterol 18mg as needed, * budesonide inhaler 4.5mcg as needed, * vitamin D2 50,000iu 1 capsule weekly; and, * venlafaxine 37.5mg x2 daily
Relevant diagnoses are ADHD, depression and anxiety
On May 1st, I had a meeting with my psychiatrist. After this meeting, I spoke with his assistant to schedule the next meeting, on June 6th. This appointment has been on the calendar for a month. May 1st was the third meeting since starting venlafaxine, and i have nothing but great things to say about its efficacy.
On May 30th, my pharmacy requested refill permission from my psychiatrist. The prescription was delayed, but today, after reaching out to my psychiatrist and the office it was outright denied.
When I started taking Venlafaxine, my psychiatrist went on and on about how bad the withdrawal can be from this medication, and that I need to be careful about not skipping a dose. Boy howdy he was right. I have been unable to drive because the sun is too bright, I am nauseous, I have debilitating “brain zaps,” to the point where my neighbor heard me reacting to them and texted to make sure I was alright. I am unable to work, and suffering quite a lot.
I have called my psychiatrist’s office 4 times, left 4 messages and messaged through the portal twice. I received a callback from the prescription department, who forwarded my call to my doctor’s assistant, which went straight to voicemail. It has been 4 hours and I have had no response.
Questions are: 1. Is my best course of action simply waiting til my 11am appointment tomorrow? 2. This is not the first time I have seriously struggled to get my prescriptions from my psychiatrist’s office. In fact, I have submitted a formal complaint in the past about it. I have had weeks go by without “prescriber approval” for medications that I take daily, only for the office to reply that they never got a message from Walgreens. Twice, I was in the pharmacy watching the pharmacist make the phone call to the office, which only ever manages to reach voice mail. Is this normal? 3. If I do have to wait til tomorrow, all-knowing google has told me that there may be a dangerous interaction between acetaminophen and venlafaxine, but ibuprofen hasn’t been helping. Is there another OTC medication I might be able to take for brain-zap relief?
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2023.06.05 18:40 Iamher_ Advice? Anyone else experience this?

I took my one hour glucose test and scored a 150. That same day I had an elective scan at an outside facility and asked the tech to measure my baby for an estimated fetal weight. His abdomen was measuring about 2 weeks larger than his head and he weighed large for his gestational age. I was convinced at this point that I had gestational diabetes based on that alone, and was an emotional wreck the entire weekend fully convinced I would fail the 3 hour. On Monday my doctors office called and requested that I take the 3 hour glucose test, but put me on a 3-day meal plan beforehand. I passed the 3 hour test with flying colors, but I was skeptical if it was due to the meal plan they placed me on. I asked about this during my appointment and nothing really came from it. But when I mentioned my concern for his abdominal measurement and current estimated weight from my elective scan, my OB got wide eyed and said "well you don't have gestational diabetes based on your test results, but you need to go low carb"
I'm just so confused because why would I go low carb if I don't have gestational diabetes? After leaving the appt I decided to take matters into my own hands and go to Walgreens and just buy a glucometer to give myself piece of mind. Well I've been testing for over two weeks now fasting and an hour after meals and I have seen spikes. I ate pancakes with syrup yesterday morning and spiked to 156 an hour after eating. I also ate a piece of lemon bundt cake and cheesecake on Friday and got a reading of 172 an hour later. This morning I ate a hash brown scramble with half a cup of chocolate milk and got 156 an hour later. I have ate this meal before with no spike, so I washed my hands and walked around for 10 minutes and retested at 129.
I don't know what to do, but I don't want to be harming my baby and idk if I should just trust my three hour glucose results and relax or continue to eat and test as if I do have gestational diabetes. I'm sure once people pass the 3 hr they don't do anything that I am, but because of his abdominal measurement I've been worried. I also don't know if maybe my glucometer is not accurate? When I eat low carb like he suggested and steer clear of sweets my numbers are perfect.
Any advice?
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2023.06.05 16:10 simplisticbong Dexamphetamine Booster

Hi everyone. I've been prescribed a dexamphetamine booster (5mg) on top of my Vyvanse (60mg) a day because my Vyvanse was only lasting me for around 5 hours a day. The first time I took the Dex I felt like it did something and kept me going for a bit longer maybe upping my motivation slightly (but only for around 1.5/2 hours and giving me a bit more energy but since that first day I feel like its really not doing much at all. Does anyone else find the same thing happening and have any advice? I've got another appointment booked in with my doc in 2 months but I don't feel like I can wait that long because now when meds aren't active I feel absolutely useless and completely out of energy.
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2023.06.05 13:59 Superb-Story-3890 Convincing family members to get vaccines

Hi there - I know this is a controversial topic for some, so I’d really love to keep this post just to those who plan to vaccinate their babies.
At my last OB appointment, my doctor recommended I get the TDAP and whooping cough vaccine and suggested that grandparents or anyone that will be around the baby often do the same. I fully trust their recommendation but some of my family, my dad in particular, have become very anti-vax after COVID. Any advice to sway them to get these boosters?
Also if you’ve had this experience and your family didn’t get vaxxed, did you not allow your family to see baby? If so, for how long?
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2023.06.05 10:53 pktrekgirl Does this sound like long covid?

I am a middle aged female, fully vaccinated, including two boosters.
For the main part of the pandemic I socially distanced and used my mask. Kept my bubble extremely small and even got groceries via curbside pickup. Never even caught so much as a cold for 3 years.
In January 2023 I got covid for the first time and it was like a very bad flu. Was sick for 3 weeks. It was rough. Took Paxlovid during this bout; it was horrible but I took it anyway.
In May I got covid a second time, this time I was not nearly as sick; felt like a bad cold. Was sick for 6 days.
Since testing negative and going back to work, I have been coughing a lot; all the time. Additionally, I am tired all the time but have trouble falling asleep. My throat feels like it’s closing up and I get scared I will stop breathing, this makes sleep quality very low. I am totally exhausted.
Have had some brain fog since the first bout in January. I can’t remember when things happened in the recent past and need to write everything down to remember things like instructions and the times/places of appointments. I also forget basic words for things occasionally. I have a very strong vocabulary usually, but I keep forgetting words. Sometimes I worry if I’m getting dementia or something.
I am also itching a lot. Mostly under my right arm but also my calfs and feet.
Finally, I have had IBS for years, but now it’s much worse. I can’t remember the last time I had a normal bowel movement. And I have frequent gas - both farting and even some burping.
I’m worried that I’m sick. Maybe all or partly with long covid, maybe partly with something else.
Anyone know which, if any of these symptoms are long covid?
Thanks for any assistance.
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2023.06.05 03:39 compulsive_evolution Where to get the Covid vaccine for 6 mos - 4 year-olds?

I'm looking to get my 6 month-old the covid vaccine. In the online appointment portal, it only shows 4 locations and none of them have immediate availability. The soonest I can get it is June 10th; I'm hoping to get it as soon as possible as we're traveling in the coming weeks.
I know adults can get the boosters as walk-ins at Shoppers, but I can't find any info about the 6 mos - 4 y/o version. My family doctor didn't know anything about where to get it. I called Health Links and waited for 40 minutes.
I'm wondering if anyone here might know if I can obtain the baby version of the vax as a walk-in?
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2023.06.03 05:37 Ineedtendiesinmylife How to get diagnosis and prescription accessibly?

I know I have ADHD. I've known all my life. I don't care about being heard, or figuring out whether I have it, or talking about my struggles, I know that I have ADHD. All I want is to be treated for it. I've tried the sunshine and fresh air and exercise method, it doesn't work, although it's nice.
I'd like to get a diagnosis, so I can get accomodations at my workplace, and a prescription, to start treating my ADHD. I set an appointment with Donefirst, because I saw nothing but good reviews here on reddit- but now that I'm searching it again, I'm seeing mostly bad reviews on reddit and on their site. Saying they get you a prescription, but then leave you hanging for weeks in between refills, have poor customer service, etc. Plus now I'm seeing articles saying that rite aid, walgreens, cvs etc, all the big pharmacies, aren't accepting prescriptions from Donefirst or any telemedicine provider. So I don't know where I'd even pick it up if I did get a prescription.
So I'm just... lost now. I thought I was doing a good thing, I thought I figured it out, and now even if I back out of the Donefirst appointment I wasted ten bucks on it nothing. I'm so tired of not having my adhd treated, I'm a fucking high school dropout and I can't even study for a dirt-easy GED because I can't fucking focus on anything. I'm not stupid, I just can't focus.
I don't know what to do, I just want a cheap, reliable way to get a diagnosis and prescription for adhd, with refills that aren't like pulling teeth. I don't have insurance, the only way I was planning on paying for the medicine was with the Takeda program to get free vyvanse if you're under a certain income threshold. The $80 a month that Done is was already a not-fun hit with my current situation financially.
Sorry to rant, uh.. tl;dr any suggestions?
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2023.06.02 22:19 mellycats607 Chuck Basye's school board application

Chuck Basye's school board application
I'm assuming he left most of it blank cause he has no skills. (Re-uploaded without his address and phone number this time)
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2023.06.02 19:35 orthographerer PSA Regarding Walgreens and CVS

I was at my pain management appointment yesterday, and was asked if I minded\was able to switch from CVS (I've had my pain meds filled at the same CVS with little problem for over a decade). I was told they were trying to switch all their patients from CVS and Walgreens, as patients were having more and more trouble getting their meds filled in a timely manner, were being fed ridiculous excuses by the pharmacies, etc. So, I had them switch my pain meds to the local pharmacy closest to my house, which I have done business with on random previous occasions, though I like CVS as I can manage things in-app, and I've always had a good relationship with the pharmacy staff. I called (one of the pharmacists there used to be my pharmacist at CVS, or I would have gone in person) to make sure everything would be ordered\available on my fill date, and I seem good to go.
Just a heads-up. Nothing is going to get better\the situation is worsening with those two chains.
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2023.06.02 19:13 optimussjh An ongoing tale of suffering with the support

Hey. I would like to share my current ordeal with Cowboy Support and also find out what else I can do.
My bike sometimes makes a clicking noise when I ride it. Others here in /r have had the same issue. As a result, a super friendly technician came to check my bottom bracket, lubricate it, inspect the pedals, lubricate the saddle, adjust the belt, and even lubricate the handlebar.
He told me to get back in touch if the problem persists. The problem occurred again the next day, so I contacted support. They dismissed it because I was using the Cow-Booster app. After a lot of discussion, I reluctantly agreed.
They suggested all the steps the technician had already taken. At this time I have explicitly asked multiple times for an appointment and cost for a technician for the issue. Instead, a support representative in the chat recommended tightening the rear sprocket. I sent him a picture of the external nut on the fender, and he only referred to the rear sprocket. Unfortunately, I also tightened the nut next to the cog, which was a big mistake as it cut the torque sensor cable.
I believe there is some blame on the employee's poor instructions, and I wanted to address it, but without success. After I sent a picture of the severed cable, a reasonably accurate diagnosis was made, reducing the repair costs to around €125. The part was ordered and paid for on May 13th.
On May 15th, I was informed that the replacement part is not available, and no information can be given about when it will be available.
Since then, I have been trying to clarify with support whether there is any compensation for the poor service and to expect a solution where they can provide me with a delivery timeframe or alternatives. Unfortunately, contact via chat is incredibly frustrating. Each inquiry takes several days to be answered, and in between, they forget what was already discussed.
Recently, I was advised to tension the belt, which doesn't solve the current issue of the broken torque cable. There is still no solution for the clicking noise.
Currently, I just want to get rid of the bike and replace it with one that uses regular components.
TL;DR: Cowboy bike is making noise. Due to imprecise instructions from support, I damaged the torque cable. Now, I have a defective bike with no information from support.
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2023.06.02 19:11 Chronicpainismylife Sometimes I wish it would actually be the end

I've had a rough 5 years. It all started after my pregnancy in 2018. Of course that wasn't without pain. I had HG and threw up basically every day for the first few months. Sometimes 11 times in a row. After my pregnancy I had idiopathic pancreatitis. A few years later I got the covid vaccine in 2021. On vacation I developed severe chest pain that turned out to be costochondritis (I still have this issue). I then suddenly developed a debilitating migraine a month later that caused me to be in the hospital for 8 days. During this time I developed burning neuropathy in my head and spine. I dealt with that for 2 months until it calmed down a bit. It flares up every now and again. Early in 2022 I experienced my first bout of gastritis. Later in 2022, I developed immense facial pain after my covid booster shot that persists to this day (albeit not as intense). I had to deal with the intense pain for almost 2 months and no doctor knew what to do. To deal with the migraines my neurologist wanted to try aimovig, a CGRP inhibitor injection, despite the fact I've only been on amitriptyline for the past 1.5 years. I thought about it and said, well, why not just try one month and see if it helps. This drug stays in your body for around 5 months, but since the side effects aren't that horrible, I thought the worse that could happen is bad constipation for a while. Since that injection around 2 weeks ago I have had horrible, severe stomach cramps and nausea. I was even vomiting and was in the hospital for another 4 days. They didn't find anything wrong of course.
I have stomach pain every day now. I can't deal with another one of these periods of pain. I am losing weight and not eating much. I can't walk without it hurting. I lie in bed all day without any help. The doctors say they did all the could, even though a colonoscopy wasn't peformed yet. My GI appointment is in October. My husband takes care of my daughter while I cry about how this is the time I'm going to die. My body is going to give out. I have very bad feelings of impending doom when the pain gets worse. I'm starting to hope it just kills me, that my body can't handle it anymore and has organ failure or whatever else that could kill me. I don't understand how all of this could happen to me when I generally was okay besides normal childhood illnesses. Why does life have to do this to me after having a child? I wouldn't have brought one into this world knowing that I'm not going to be able to parent. I can't finish my degree, I can't even go outside anymore. My body turned against me and is not fit for society, only suffering. I can't exist like this. I'm a burden to everyone and wish one day that it would truly be the day.
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2023.06.02 17:46 Ashbin Free Richmond/Henrico COVID-19 vaccines continue

Call the Richmond and Henrico COVID-19 Hotline at (804) 205-3501 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday for more information, or go online at vax.rchd.com.
The Richmond and Henrico health districts are offering free vaccines for COVID-19 and more at the following locations:
Saturday, June 3, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. - MLK Middle School’s Health & Literacy Fair, 1000 Mosby St., vaccines for tetanus, diphtheria, and pertussis (TDAP), Meningitis and HPV. Walk-ups welcome but appointments encouraged.
Wednesday, June 7, 2 to 4 p.m. - Henrico West Health Department, 8600 Dixon Powers Drive, Bivalent Moderna boosters for ages 6 and older, Bivalent Pfizer boosters for ages 5 and older, Novavax primary shots for ages 12 and older, JYNNEOS shots and Moderna/Pfizer baby bivalent boosters. Walk-ups welcome but appointments encouraged.
People can schedule an appointment online at vase.vdh.virginia.gov, vaccinate.virginia.gov or vax.rchd.com, or by calling (804) 205-3501 or (877) VAX-IN-VA (1-877-829-4682).
VaccineFinder.org and vaccines.gov also allow people to find nearby pharmacies and clinics that offer the COVID-19 vaccine and booster.
People who are getting a booster shot should bring their vaccine card to confirm the date and type of vaccine received.
RHHD also offers at-home vaccinations by calling (804) 205-3501 to schedule appointments.
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