Complications of the corona vaccine are one of the most common concerns among people these days. Sometimes untrue rumors are heard that contradict scientific facts and what experts say. Some people over-mention these side effects and some do not see the need for vaccination. Given the concerns of the community and the importance of this issue for people’s health, we in the editorial team of “How” decided with Dr. Roxana Pispar, Internal medicine specialist and physician in charge of ICU Corona, let’s talk and provide you with reliable and reliable information.
Side effects of corona vaccine | Eliminate complications | Complications of various vaccines | Vaccine allergy | The need to vaccinate | People prone to complications | Pregnant and lactating women | People who should not be vaccinated | Clogged arteries and blood clots | Individuals’ priority for vaccination | Infection with coronary artery after vaccination | Post-vaccination care | Use a mask after vaccination
Vaccines have historically been the best human tools for fighting diseases such as coronary heart disease. To date, several vaccines have been developed to control the corona virus and control its epidemic, and several of them have reached the stage of use. However, the importance of this issue and its direct relationship with the public health of the community has caused many people to be concerned about the side effects of the corona vaccine.
Despite this concern, the need to provide accurate and credible information to counter the various rumors about the corona vaccine has become increasingly influential and important. In addition to the side effects of the corona vaccine on the body, issues such as people’s preference for vaccination, their susceptibility, coronary heart disease after vaccination, and post-vaccine care are other important issues that are widely reported. Stay tuned for more information on these areas.
Introduction of Dr. Pispar, internal medicine specialist and ICU doctor
This article is the result of a “how” conversation with Dr. Roxana Pispar.
Expertise: Internal Medicine Specialist (Tehran University of Medical Sciences)
Related records: Physician in charge of ICU Corona, consulting physician Snapdoctor
Medical system number: 146474
Dr. Pispar is a graduate of Tehran University of Medical Sciences and provides medical advice in the following specialized areas:
- Blood diseases;
- Gastrointestinal and liver diseases;
- Pulmonary diseases, asthma and allergies;
- Kidney disease and high blood pressure;
- Rheumatic and joint diseases and osteoporosis;
- Endocrine and metabolic diseases and weight loss, diabetes and thyroid.
Answers to frequently asked questions about the side effects of the corona vaccine
In this article, we have tried to answer the most important and practical ambiguities and questions about the side effects of Corona vaccine. Here are 14 important questions and answers for you.
1. What are the side effects of Corona vaccine?
Regarding the side effects of the corona vaccine, Dr. Pispar explained that the common side effects of these vaccines generally include mild to moderate side effects, ie flu-like symptoms:
- Sore throat;
- Muscle and joint pain;
- Nasal congestion and runny nose;
- Feeling weak and lethargic.
Rare side effects of the corona vaccine have also been reported, such as nausea and vomiting and abdominal pain, dizziness, chills, cough, and blood clots.
2. What medications should we take to relieve the side effects?
These side effects go away on their own in about 3 days. To reduce these side effects, you can use painkillers and painkillers and antihistamines, but only with the advice of a doctor.
3. Which vaccine has the most side effects?
According to Dr. Pispar, it can not be said that a particular vaccine has more side effects. Although some side effects have only been reported with certain vaccines, the side effects of the vaccine depend more on the individual’s response than on the type of vaccine.
4. Could anyone be allergic to the corona vaccine?
In some people, anaphylactic shock may follow a vaccine or any other medication; Therefore, the vaccine should be given in centers equipped with team and resuscitation equipment. Also, after the injection, it is necessary to be in the center for about half an hour.
Anaphylactic shock is not predictable, but it is a serious complication. People who are shocked by the first dose should not take the second dose.
Dr. Roxana Pispar, internal medicine specialist
5. Despite these side effects, should we get vaccinated?
These side effects do not occur with all vaccines and in all people. According to him, the benefits of the vaccine are much greater than its temporary side effects, and the fear of side effects should not prevent the vaccine from being given.
6. Who is more susceptible to the side effects of the corona vaccine?
Side effects of the Corona vaccine occur in 80% of women between the ages of 22 and 50, but there is no contraindication to the vaccine in those individuals. Also, people who have a history of blood clots in themselves and their families or people who are taking birth control pills are not prohibited from getting the Strazenka vaccine.
7. Can pregnant and lactating women also get vaccinated?
The answer to this question is yes. Pregnant mothers are at higher risk for the disease. In addition, complications such as preterm delivery are more common in pregnant women with coronary heart disease.
8. Who should not be vaccinated?
According to the doctor, these people should not use the corona vaccine at the moment:
- Fever patients;
- People under 18;
- Patients with coronary artery disease or suspected;
- People who have received another vaccine in the last 2 weeks;
- People who have had seizures or anaphylactic shock or fever over 40 degrees after the first dose.
9. Does the corona vaccine clog blood vessels and cause blood clots? Leads Is it possible?
According to the doctor, although cases of blood clots have been reported in recipients of the Strazenka vaccine (one of the types of corona vaccine in Iran), this complication is very rare (4 out of 1 million people).
10. What are the symptoms of blood clots after receiving the vaccine?
According to Dr. Pispar, from the fifth day after the vaccine injection, in case of any of these symptoms, you must see a doctor to check and start treatment:
- Foot swelling;
- Persistent abdominal pain;
- Chest pain;
- Severe and persistent headache or blurred vision;
- There are small red spots on the body.
۱۱. Who gets the Corona vaccine a priority?
Priority is given to people who are at higher risk, such as medical staff or people with more severe coronary complications (eg, pregnant women, the elderly, or people with certain medical conditions).
۱۲. Is May be Should those who have been vaccinated also receive Corona?
About Re-infection of the corona Dr. Pispar explained that experiments performed in the laboratory to estimate the duration of action of vaccines had different results. According to him, some vaccines are claimed to be safe for up to 2 years. However, the duration of immunity from each vaccine requires more time and research.
13. What care is needed after receiving the vaccine?
Although a significant number of people do not experience any side effects, in case of side effects, depending on the symptoms, the treatment process begins with consulting a doctor. No medicine should be taken to prevent side effects before or after the vaccine. Dr. Pispar emphasized that in case of side effects, Corona medications should only be taken in consultation with a physician.
۱۴. Do we still have to wear a mask after the vaccine?
Dr. Roxana Pispar explained about the use of the mask after the vaccine injection that according to Recommendation of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)Vaccinated people may not mask in small groups (not at risk) and outdoors (not crowded around them). However, as he mentioned earlier, because there are still few vaccinated people in our country, it is necessary for the vaccinated people to observe social distance and wear masks in most cases.
We hope that by reading this article you have obtained first-hand and reliable information about the side effects of the corona vaccine. As you have read, the benefits of vaccination far outweigh the temporary side effects, and the fear of side effects should not prevent you from getting vaccinated.
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