Friday, August 6, 2021

Covid-19 Vaccination Complications


    In the last few months, the Covid-19 vaccine has come out, many people agree with receiving the vaccination and some not so much. Regardless, if you agree with it or not, every vaccination always has a possible complication either short term or long term. 
    Some serious cases, involved anaphylaxis, TTS (thrombosis with thrombocytopenia syndrome), myocarditis and/or pericarditis, and even death. It is important to speak with your own healthcare provider, to determine the risk you might take if you already have previous medical conditions. This vaccine is place on the arm, of your deltoid muscle because it is an intramuscular injection. There is also some side effects an individual can experience from the vaccine such as pain, swelling, and redness on the arm the shot was given. After a few hours, you can experience fever, nausea, body aches, headache and etc. These side effects should stop after a few days. 


  1. I completely agree with you that there are certain negatives to getting vaccinated, but the positives heavily outweigh the negatives. Getting the vaccine reduces the risk of spreading the virus to others. While one may feel side effects of getting vaccinated such as soreness, pain, fatigue, these are normal and are bound to go away a few days after getting vaccinated. Most importantly, getting vaccinated allows you to protect yourself and your loved ones. While no one is off the hook, and there is still a chance you may get the virus, those chances are very slim.

  2. This is a very interesting topic! I did not get any symptoms from my first dose besides some normal vaccine soreness. Everyone is saying that the second dose effects them the worst though. I curious as to why the second dose does more damage. I also think it is interesting how the vaccine effects everyone differently, even if it is from the same company. I wonder which shot is the easiest on our body's but still has the most beneficial effects.