What You Need To Know About The Allergic Symptoms To The Vaccine?

Here we go! A new door is opening in the hope of getting out of the coronavirus experience globally and it is called Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine. Not a very glamorous name you would say but already thousands of people are on a waiting list to get the new vaccine shot. This quick vaccine experiment is being conducted on medical workers first and several British elderly already received their dose.

 

One good news always hiding a bad one, today we want to dive into the recent allergic reactions that have been raising concerns about this vaccine. Here we are looking into what you need to know about the allergic symptoms to the corona vaccine. 

 

Healthcare Workers Get Allergic Reactions

Since people are getting their vaccine injections, the topic that is making the news today is how these shots are affecting the patients. And there have already been some good examples to illustrate how the coronavirus can affect your body. The most famous example is the two healthcare workers in the UK that got heavy reactions to that antibody.

 

It appears that those two people were already having an allergic history in the past and that the bad reaction their body was experiencing was anaphylactoid. This reaction is the result of the immune system overreacting to the vaccine. People with allergy history may face various symptoms because of the trigger that the vaccine is doing on their immune system. 

 

What Symptoms Are We Talking About?

The anaphylactoid reaction can create various immune responses. Like every vaccine and medicine have unwanted effects, the coronavirus vaccine is also coming with undesired symptoms. Such symptoms can be: 

 

  • Losing consciousness 
  • Breathing difficulties 
  • Feeling lightheaded
  • A fast heartbeat
  • A drop in blood pressure
  • Nausea

 

Doctors and officials in the UK are advising people with an allergy history to stay away from the vaccine. According to statistics about the vaccine clinic trial, anaphylaxis does happen in about 1 in 760,000 vaccinations. People with a history of an allergic reaction to a medicine, a vaccine, or even food shouldn’t take it. The same goes for people going through chronic illnesses and a weak immune system.

 

We hope that you can see more clearly what are the symptoms of an allergic reaction to the coronavirus vaccine. If you want to get more detailed information about this topic, feel free to fill out the form.

 

Wishing you a safe Christmas time!