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Jul 2021

Possible side effects that may occur after you get the Covid vaccine

Posted By Suborna Fermi Posted on Jul 04, 2021

The newly introduced vaccines have terminated the concerns of so many people as the rampage of the deadly respiratory disease named Covid-19 has already claimed a gigantic number of innocent lives all over the globe. Currently, the vaccines are available in almost every corner of the country as well as the world and it has been possible to help many people reach the path of cure because of that.

However, there are certain side effects that you may experience soon after getting the vaccine. Although you will be totally guided by experienced doctors and medical experts, still it is necessary to have sound knowledge about the possible side effects that may occur after one gets the vaccine. Some of those side effects are mentioned below for you.

Possible Side effects after vaccination

The arm on which the vaccine has been injected

  • Swelling
  • Redness
  • Pain

The rest of your body

  • Nausea
  • Headache
  • Muscle pain
  • Tiredness
  • Fever
  • Chills

In case you are badly facing these side effects, it is always recommended to have a brief consultation with your doctor about all these and act as per the guidance of the medical experts. For example, if you are facing a bit of fever after vaccination, you should dress lightly and keep your body hydrated. Apart from that, doctors also recommend getting involved in a bit of hand exercise to reduce the pain and discomfort in that specific arm where the vaccine has been injected. Consult a genuine medical expert today to know more in this regard.

Disclaimer: This article and everything mentioned in it is mainly for general information purposes only and not to be considered as professional medical advise under any circumstances. Always consult a certified doctor before making changes in your diet, lifestyle habit or starting any medication for yourself.