Covid Antiviral Pills (Molnupiravir, Paxlovid), portentially less triggering than vaccine for some?

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https://www.theguardian.com/busines...effective-at-preventing-deaths-trial-suggests
https://www.theguardian.com/world/2...al-antiviral-pill-molnupiravir-to-treat-covid

Two days, two announcements of Covid 19 anti-hospitisation drugs (one approved, one pending). As somone who has reacted badly to the first vaccine and wont be getting the second shot, these treatments are what I was hoping for. But, what would the health risks of taking these pills potentially be? Ive tried Aciclovir as treatment for M.E, which didnt work, but it didint effect me negatively either, would that be any measure of how i'd respond to these new pills considering they're also anti-virals?


edit: just realised this is likely the wrong section for this post. apologies, please move/delete as appropriate.
 
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