- What is the extent of chance for getting blood clots after COVID-19 Vaccination ?
Research studies shows that there is 86-in-25-million were reported with blood clots after COVID-19 vaccination, and there is very less chance for developing a rare blood clot condition by various COVID-19 vaccines. Blood coagulation was aid by cell fragments, low platelet count and presence of some specific antibodies in blood.
Hematologists says that patients having history of blood clots are also can take vaccination, they are not at high risk of getting clots after COVID-19 Vaccination.
Since the clots observed after COVID-19 vaccination are completely different to other types of blood clots, such as deep vein thrombosis or a pulmonary embolism, or the clots that cause heart attacks and strokes.
- What about Non Veg, Alcohol and Tobacco after COVID-19 Vaccination ?
There are no tangible scientific studies that have shown that non-vegetarian food makes the vaccine ineffective. Also, there are no approved scientific studies that quantifies the effect of alcohol or smoking on vaccination either.
However, Alcohol tends to aggravate and worsen these symptoms such as fever, chills, headache and nausea. Experts says Alcohol affects the body’s immune system negatively and there is a chance that the immune response to the vaccine may not be as effective if there is excessive alcohol in the system and tobacco also tends to affect the immune system and may render the vaccine less effective.
- Things to kept in mind always !
– No vaccine is 100% effective, so should continue the safety precautions even after getting vaccinated.
– Continue wearing double mask, social distancing, wash hands or sanitize, avoid public gatherings etc
– Remember Vaccines doesn’t provide the immediate protection against getting infected. I t will take time to develop antibodies and immunity.
– Keep remember that vaccine is foe self protection, it does not stop the spread of infection from one person to another.
– Keep fighting against newly evolving strains of Corona Virus.
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