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What are the some common side effects of the third Covid shot?

What are the some common side effects of the third Covid shot?

So far, reactions reported after the third mRNA dose were similar to that of the two-dose series: fatigue and pain at injection site were the most commonly reported side effects, and overall, most symptoms were mild to moderate.

Is it safe to take the COVID-19 vaccine?

COVID-19 vaccination is recommended for all people aged 12 years and older, including people trying to get pregnant now or who might become pregnant in the future. There is no recommendation for routine pregnancy testing before receipt of a COVID-19 vaccine.

What are possible side effects of Covid booster shots?

Different people experience COVID vaccine side effects differently, and they run the gamut from fatigue, arm pain at the injection site, headache, dizziness, and redness and swelling around the injection to delayed effects that present a few days later, like muscle pain in various body parts

What are the side effects of the second COVID-19 vaccine?

The most common side effects after the second dose were injection site pain (92.1% reported that it lasted more than 2 hours); fatigue (66.4%); body or muscle aches (64.6%); headache (60.8%); chills (58.5%); joint or bone pain (35.9%); and a temperature of 100° F or higher (29.9%).

What’s the recovery rate of COVID-19?

Experts don’t have information about the outcome of every infection. However, early estimates predict that the overall COVID-19 recovery rate is between 97% and 99.75%.

Who is at higher risk for TTS / vipit?

Evidence thus far indicates there to be a higher risk of TTS/VIPIT in the younger population (< 50 years old), although there has been a small number of cases identified in older adults.

How is TTS different from other types of thrombosis?

TTS is different to other commonly diagnosed thromboses as it is triggered by an immune response to a specific vaccine which then results in the combination of both thrombosis and thrombocytopenia. Who is at risk of TTS?

What happens if you don’t know you have TTS?

TTS can cause serious long-term disability or death if not recognised and treated in a timely fashion. If TTS is suspected, there is likely to be an investigation of platelet levels, clotting factors and special immunological and antibody tests, as well as imaging studies to determine the site and size of any potential thrombosis/clots.

What are the potential very rare symptoms indicating TTS / vipit?

TTS/VIPIT can cause serious long-term disability or death (with death occurring in approximately 25% of reported cases). What are the potential very rare symptoms indicating TTS/VIPIT? The features of TTS/VIPIT occur in days 4-20 after vaccination. They may include symptoms of blood clots in various organs including (but not limited to):