After all, why does fever come after getting the Kovid-19 vaccine?

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Blood clotting has been observed in some people following a dose of Oxford-AstroZeneca’s Covishield. Experts say that this clotting is not such that there is a risk of heart attack or stroke. Secondly, the incidence of clotting has been reported in relatively few people. So many people in the population also have clotting in general. This is the reason why regulators in many countries have said that the benefits of vaccines are negligible compared to their side effects. There have also been complaints of clotting in the case of Johnson & Johnson’s vaccine.

New Delhi || DelhiNews24.com

Some temporary symptoms like fever, headache and fatigue appear after getting vaccinated against corona. Different problems have been seen in different people. There are many people who do not have any problem. In such a situation, the question often comes in the mind that what is the meaning of the appearance of these symptoms after the vaccine? Does it have anything to do with the effect of the vaccine or not? There is a lot of confusion among people about whether or not to see such temporary side effects. Such confusion should be avoided and vaccinated with confidence.

Our immune system works in two parts. In the first part, the immune system becomes active as soon as any foreign virus or bacteria enters the body. This is what happens immediately after vaccination. White blood cells rush to that place. This leads to inflammation in the body, which shows fever, fatigue or other symptoms. This activity of the immune system changes with age. This is the reason why such symptoms are more visible in young people than in older people.

There is a question in the minds of people that if they did not have any problem like fatigue, fever after any first or second dose, then did their immune system not react to the vaccine? In such a situation, did they not benefit from the vaccine? This thinking is wrong. No problem does not mean that the vaccine is ineffective. The second part of the immune system’s job is to make antibodies against the virus after the vaccine is administered. Whether there are temporary side effects or not, the immune system does a great job of making antibodies.

Blood clotting has been observed in some people following a dose of Oxford-AstroZeneca’s Covishield. Experts say that this clotting is not such that there is a risk of heart attack or stroke. Secondly, the incidence of clotting has been reported in relatively few people. So many people in the population also have clotting in general. This is the reason why regulators in many countries have said that the benefits of vaccines are negligible compared to their side effects. There have also been complaints of clotting in the case of Johnson & Johnson’s vaccine.