VACCINE covid-19 reported to have side effects when injected into the body of the recipient. However, not all side effects of the covid-19 vaccine are bad. It could be that the side effects are a sign the vaccine is working to build the necessary immunity.
Covid-19 vaccine side effects mostly in light or medium levels. Then lasts two to three days, and can be easily handled.
But what’s important to know is that most of the side effects of the Covid-19 vaccine are indicative of the immune system producing a response.
In the case of the covid-19 vaccine, a curious side effect is the immune system’s natural response to the many spike proteins that are made in the body, precisely when the body identifies a potential threat. Therefore, there is no need to worry too much.
The chills and pain you feel can be indicators of the vaccine training the body to recognize pathogens.
Epidemiologist and Head of the United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Dr.Anthony S Fauci, said there are some classic signs and symptoms that can help a person check if a vaccine is working well.
The following are three side effects that indicate the Covid-19 vaccine is working to build the immune system, as reported Times of India.
1. Muscle and joint pain
Low-intensity muscle aches and joint pains are the systematic responses that result when the Covid-19 vaccine is administered in the body. It is also one of the most common side effects experienced by people who have received the coronavirus vaccine.
It could be hours or days before a person starts experiencing joint pain or arthralgia symptoms, but chances are that any pain or soreness is a strong indicator of the immune system producing antibodies in response to the covid-19 vaccine.
Most aches and pains resolve on their own, taking pain medication and pain relievers can also be tried to overcome them.
Headaches are also currently the second most commonly recorded symptom of vaccines inoculated in India and abroad. This is a clear indicator of the body producing systematic inflammation. The CDC’s observations also show that headaches are more common after the second dose of the Covid-19 vaccine.
Experiencing fatigue after covid-19 vaccination can also mean that the body is building the necessary protection against the coronavirus. Fatigue can be accompanied by a feeling of chills and mild pain that can make a person pass out.
This is one reason doctors now advise patients to practice some care and prevention after vaccination or if possible adequate rest after vaccination. Fatigue can also make some people pass out. Therefore, people over 55 years of age should be more careful.