It is stated that the second dose of BioNTech vaccine is more likely to have side effects. Experts agree that it is normal to see more side effects in the second dose than in the first dose, but that these side effects should not scare people. After the intensive application of the Biontech vaccine, its side effects became a matter of curiosity. It is stated by experts that side effects such as swelling, redness and pain occur in inactive and mRNA Kovid-19 vaccines applied in Turkey. So, what are the side effects of the 2nd dose Biontech vaccines and when do they go away? Here is information about the side effects of the coronavirus vaccine…

WHAT ARE THE SIDE EFFECTS OF THE SECOND DOSE BIONTECH VACCINE?

In a new study conducted in the USA, it was determined that side effects were felt more intensely after the second dose, especially in mRNA vaccines. The Ministry of Health shared the side effects of the Covid-19 vaccine on its official website. To date, serious side effects have not been encountered in both clinical studies and current vaccine applications for COVID-19 vaccines. Side effects after vaccination are often mild.

These; These are mild side effects such as fatigue, headache, fever, chills, muscle/joint pain, vomiting, diarrhea, pain in the injection area, redness and swelling. However, without ignoring the possibility of allergic reactions, although rare, it should not be forgotten that in case of discomfort after vaccination, it is necessary to apply to the nearest health institution and inform the physician that you have recently been vaccinated.

Conditions that can be encountered frequently after vaccination and supportive approaches for these mild conditions are as follows:

• Pain/swelling/redness at the injection site

• Tiredness

• Mild fever, chills

• Headache

• Vomiting, diarrhea

According to experts, side effects do not last longer than 24 hours in both vaccines, but it is seen that pain in the arm continues for up to 2 days in some people. In case of any discomfort that is thought to be related to the vaccine after the administration of the Covid-19 vaccine, the nearest health institution should be consulted.




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