Doubts & Concerns regarding COVID-19 Vaccination – PART 1

  • How important is to get vaccinated ?

Getting vaccinated is always safe rather than getting infected. There are different kind of vaccines are available and all those have good extend of effectiveness, the effectiveness indicated that the percentage of lower risk to get infected. Nobody claims that people will never get COVID-19 infection after vaccination, but they assure us that the vaccines will train our immune system to recognize and fight against the newer virus. Nowadays different kind of side infections like black fungus are effecting the post COVID-19 patients and also those who are under treatment, But the remarkable thing is that people who effecting more are weaker in immunity. So getting vaccinated is an important step to fight against this pandemic situation.

  • Is there any need to take precautions followed before even after getting vaccinated ?

Although you are vaccinated against COVID-19 even both doses, don’t fail to follow the precautions especially in public places. Keep do the sanitisation, personal hygiene, use of mask in proper way, maintaining distance etc for preventing the transmission of virus. The vaccine doesn’t mean, it will save you completely, The vaccine will provide the immunity in an extend predicted. So follow the precautions same as before.

  • Is it safe to take COVID-19 vaccine while pregnancy ? while breast feeding ? while menstruation and while planning for a baby ?

– Any available vaccine approved by  WHO is thoroughly tested and is safe. The CDS recommends that the pregnant women can take COVID-19 vaccine. If a woman is on any stage of IVF procedure, she also can take the vaccination.   

– There isn’t any data showing the harm to child through milk from vaccinated mother.So lactating mothers can get vaccinated.

– There’s no risk of miscarriage, preterm delivery, embryonic or congenital anomalies, foetal growth or developmental issues related to administration of vaccine during pregnancy.So pregnant mothers and breastfeeding mothers should be get vaccinated, that will be a safe guard for them and it will protect them from several other illnesses.

– People who are trying to become pregnant now or want to get pregnant also can receive a COVID-19 vaccine.There is no evidence about any type of vaccines, including COVID-19 vaccines, cause fertility problems or problems trying to get pregnant.

– There isn’t any trouble with getting vaccinated during menstruation. Various reasons like environment, stress, sleep etc might make changes in menstrual cycle. So changes in menstrual cycle after getting vaccinated is temporary as other reasons. Getting vaccinated against corona virus while menstruating is advisable, no need to reschedule the vaccination by menstruation.

  • Who Shouldn’t get the COVID-19 Vaccine ?

– People with a severe allergic reaction (anaphylaxis) to any vaccine or any ingredients in the vaccine, or injectable (intramuscular or intravenous) medication should take the opinion from health care.

– People who have a bleeding disorder or are on a blood thinner should avoid covaxin.

– people who have received any another corona virus vaccine.

Few countries started vaccination for those who are above the age of 12, but others not yet started. So accordingly below the age of 18 is not allowed for getting vaccinated.

  • Should someone get the COVID-19 vaccine even if they already had COVID-19?

Those who are already had COVID-19 should be get vaccinated, since the range in which the antibodies developed after the COVID-19 infection are not known, whether the range is detected the correct range for developing proper immunity is not known. They must be having some natural protection against the virus, but it is still unclear how long that immunity is going to last.   The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), however, suggests waiting for 90 days from the day you test positive for COVID-19 disease if you haven’t received any shot yet.

Disclaimer: The information included at this site is for educational purposes only.

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