Moderna Covid vaccine side effects normally subside within a few days, however, not everyone has them. The Moderna coronavirus jab has nine “extremely common” adverse effects, including headaches and fatigue.
As with many vaccines, the Moderna shot has certain potential negative effects.
However, not everyone experiences side effects. Anyone who does get symptoms will often only experience them for a few days.
Common pain relievers, such as paracetamol, should help alleviate side effects.
If you have any concerns regarding possible side effects, you should consult a physician.
There are nine key side effects of the jab which are “very common”, according to the CDC.
These typically impact more than one in every ten people who have received the immunisation.
You may experience swelling beneath the arm that received the injection, it stated.
Additionally, redness, headaches, nausea, muscle aches, pain at the injection site, fatigue, chills, and a fever may occur.
As is the case with all medications, this vaccine may have side effects, although not everyone experiences them.
“Most side effects go away within a few days of appearing.”
“If side effects such as pain and/or fever are troublesome, they can be treated by medicines for pain and fever such as paracetamol.”
However, you should get medical attention straight away if you develop signs of an allergic reaction.
Feeling faint, changes in the heartbeat, wheezing, or shortness of breath should all be treated straight away.
Other common symptoms of an allergic reaction include swelling lips, hives, vomiting, or persistent stomach pain.
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